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Veteran of success: Sheboygan man is first to graduate from Veterans Court diversion program (with video, photos)

10:28 PM, Sep. 20, 2013
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When Ross Eggebeen returned to Sheboygan after two tours in Iraq with the U.S. Army, he thought he had everything under control.

Out-of-control anger and two OWI arrests said differently.

"I thought I could handle it on my own," said Eggebeen, 29, who suffered from post-traumatic stress disorder, anxiety, sleep issues and other consequences of combat service. "I had difficulty getting along with people, I was angry a lot, I'd get irritated very easily, stuff like that. I thought drinking would solve my problems and obviously, it didn't solve my problems. I really didn't see light at the end ...

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