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Drunk driver sentenced


December 18, 2017

HURLEY — A 50-year-old Gile, Wis., resident was recently sentenced to 10 days in the Iron County Jail at Hurley and assessed $1,429 in fines and court costs on a drunk driving second offense charge.

Bert Quinn had a charge of obstructing or resisting a law enforcement officer dismissed, but read into the record, in Iron County Court.

The jail sentence was stayed, provided Quinn serves 60 hours of community service, according to court records.

His driver’s license was suspended for one year and ignition interlock was ordered for one year by Iron County Judge Patrick Madden.

The charges were filed on Aug. 15, 2016.

The Iron County Sheriff’s Department arrested Quinn.

—Ralph Ansami


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