At about 8 p.m. on Friday, December 15th, Marshall County deputies were notified that the driver of a red Jeep might be impaired.  The driver was in the area of Hawthorn Road and 5C Road.

A short time later the vehicle was located on 5C Road east of Hawthorn. The driver, 49-year-old Jesus Arroyo of Jackson Heights in Plymouth was determined to have been drinking.

Officer Geiger administered a field sobriety test and offered a certified test.  Arroyo was found to have an alcohol level over .15%.  He was arrested and charged with operating a vehicle while intoxicated. Jesus Arroyo was given a court date and a cash bond of $1500.  His cash bond was paid at about 7:30 Saturday morning and he was released on bond. 

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