Fox9 reporter charged with DWI
TV news reporters fall fast too. And they also get a taste of their own medicine as their picture and embarrassing moment is broadcast across the Twin Cities. Lessons to be learned and ratings to gain!
Police arrested Beth McDonough in Minnetonka on Nov. 1, according to KSTP. McDonough reports for KMSP/Fox 9 News. She faces four charges.
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According to the criminal complaint, McDonough hit another vehicle on Interstate 394 near Highway 169 shortly before 1 a.m.
Officers caught up with McDonough and noticed signs of intoxication. An intoxilyzer test recorded McDonough's blood-alcohol concentration at .24.
This is McDonough's second DWI arrest in 15 months. She is on a four-year probation from a 2007 DWI, which required her not to get any DWI or driving violations.
Her charges: Two counts of second-degree DWI, a count of leaving the scene of accident and a count of careless driving.
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