St. Paul man arrested on suspicion of driving drunk

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A St. Paul man was arrested Tuesday on suspicion of drunk driving and fleeing from police.

Mohamed Hussein Nor, 30, is facing charges for drunk driving, vehicle theft and fleeing from police, according to the pioneer press.

Nor led police on a chase Saturday, Sept. 22, near Hamline and Snelling avenues and Interstate 94, which resulted in a crash with two other vehicles leaving those drivers injured, according to the pioneer press.

According to the pioneer press, Julio Salazar-Vega, 24, was taken to the hospital in critical condition and George Shardlow, 25, was not badly hurt.

Nor's blood alcohol level was at a 0.20 and he was also treated for injuries at a hospital, according to the pioneer press.

At the time Nor was arrested officers noticed the car had been driven without a key and the vehicle had been reported stolen earlier that day, according to the pioneer press.

As of Tuesday, Nor is not in custody,according to the pioneer press.

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YOu need to put the links into the story as we discussed in class. Capitalize Pioneer Press. You need to get working on this. You've already lost 17 points. GG

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