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OWI task force plans St. Patrick's Day patrol

11:16 AM, Mar. 15, 2013
Michael Panosh, regional program manager with the Wisconsin State Patrol Bureau of Transportation Safety.
Michael Panosh, regional program manager with the Wisconsin State Patrol Bureau of Transportation Safety.
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Luck is running out for drunken drivers this St. Patrick's Day.

The Brown County OWI Task Force plans to be on patrol from 11 p.m. Saturday though 4 a.m. Sunday, looking for drunken partygoers who get behind the wheel. Also operating this weekend will be separate task forces in Manitowoc, Marinette, Outagamie, Sheboygan and Winnebago counties. The exact dates and times of those deployments were not released.

"It is rare that we have all six of them deployed at the same time but St. Patrick's Day continues to be an important weekend when it comes to drinking and driving; and as such, our officers ...

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