Man charged in high speed drunk driving incident.
A Ramsey County judge sentenced Adam Ray Rohrs to 60 days in a workhouse after a March 29th drunk driving incident, The Pioneer Press reported Wednesday.
Rohrs pleaded guilty to two counts of criminal vehicular operation based on a high-speed crash that injured four people. The judge also sentenced Rohrs to 10 years probation, 80 hours of community service and a fine of $20,000 dollars. Rohrs attorney said that his client has not drank alcohol since the crash. The officer involved said Rohrs was going 91 miles per hour down Snelling Avenue when he was pulled over. As the police officer caught up Rohrs hit a car slowing for a stoplight. Rohr’s blood alcohol content was .21, nearly three times the legal limit.