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Hopper pleads no contest to operating with PAC

4:46 PM, Jan. 17, 2013
Randy Hopper
Randy Hopper
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Former State Senator Randy Hopper pleaded no contest Wednesday to an operating with a prohibited alcohol content charge stemming from October 2012.

Hopper was also charged with a first offense of operating while intoxicated, but that charge was dismissed through a plea agreement between prosecuting attorney Jerilyn Dietz and defense attorney Dennis Melowski.

As conditions of Hopper's sentence, handed down by Fond du Lac County Circuit Court Judge Robert Wirtz, his license is revoked for six months and he is ordered to have an ignition interlock device installed in his car for one year. ...

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