Man sentenced for felony first degree driving while impaired
Man sentenced for felony first degree driving while impaired
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Scott Dennis Mulligan, 59, no city listed, was sentenced for felony first-degree driving while impaired.

A charge of driving after cancellation – inimical to public safety was dismissed.

For the DWI charge, Mulligan was sentenced to 46 months in prison. He was ordered to supply a DNA sample. Mulligan was also ordered to pay $165 in fees and fines.

The charges stemmed from a March 2, 2020, traffic stop near Eighth Street in Thief River Falls, according to the complaint. At the time, Mulligan’s driving privileges were canceled as inimical to public safety.

He had glossy, bloodshot eyes. Mulligan denied drinking alcohol even though the odor of alcohol was emitting from him. His blood alcohol content was 0.18.

The complaint indicated that Mulligan had six prior convictions for driving under the influence and one prior felony DUI conviction. The latter occurred in Polk County in 2011.

Scott Dennis Mulligan
Scott Dennis Mulligan