The Stearns County jail employees then do what they all the time do. They checked the driving force, this time being Richard Henning, fifty four, with a voluntary breath check for alcohol.
The issue was he didnt’ move — and his alcohol degree later measured at .eleven. Minnesota’s authorized restrict is .08.
When Deputy David Patterson then arrived early Monday, Jan. eight, about 2 a.m., he first advised the older Henning he needed to get a lodge room and he couldn’t launch his son to him. However after additional dialog, Henning admitted he had pushed to the jail from Brooklyn Middle. The deputy then carried out some commonplace checks and arrested him on fourth-diploma DWI fees.
The daddy and son each spent the night time collectively in the identical jail cell, stated the division.