Minnesota state trooper charged with two counts of DWI

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By Lauren Regnier

An off-duty Minnesota Trooper was charged with two counts of DWI after being pulled over and arrested in Shorewood Saturday night.

Brian Bammert, 30, was taken to the Hennepin County Jail and posted a $3000 bond, reported KARE 11 News. His first court appearance is scheduled for Nov. 22.

According to police, Bammert was pulled over at 11:38 p.m. on Hwy. 7 after police had received complaint of a hit-and-run in Bonifacius, reported the Star Tribune. He admitted he had been drinking and his vehicle appeared the be damaged, according to a news release.

In April, Bammert was in the news after being hit by vehicles twice in a two month period, reported KARE 11 News.

He was not injured in any of the accidents.

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