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Man charged with OWI

BY ROBERT CROZIER | JUNE 13, 2013 5:00 AM

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A man has been charged after allegedly speeding under the influence of drugs and alcohol on Highway 6.

Robert Williams, 41, was charged Tuesday with operating a vehicle under the influence of marijuana and alcohol. This is William’s first OWI offense.

According to a University of Iowa police complaint, Williams smelled of marijuana and alcohol when officers pulled him over for speeding. Upon further testing, he failed two out of three field sobriety tests and refused a preliminary breath test. Williams later tested below the legal limit of .08 on a breath test but refused to provide a urine test to be tested for drugs, the complaint said.

First-offense OWI is a serious misdemeanor.


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