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Minnesota Mayor Arrested for DUI on School Bus

According to KARE11.com, the new mayor of Rice, Minnesota, who was elected on Nov. 6, was arrested for preparing to drive a school bus while under the influence. The article stated that no students were on the bus at the time.

The report stated that Mayor Erik Bonde was taken into custody after police investigated a tip saying he had a suspended driver’s license. Bonde reportedly appeared to be intoxicated and the police found an alcoholic beverage on the bus.

A breath test confirmed Bonde’s blood alcohol content was above the legal limit for driving in Minnesota.

KARE11 said that court records show Bonde had a previous drunk driving conviction.

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