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Buffalo man sentenced for refusing chemical test

WORTHINGTON -- A Buffalo man was sentenced to 180 days in custody for first degree refusal to submit to a chemical test. Daniel Zwilling, 44, was convicted of the felony in Nobles County District Court Tuesday. According to the criminal complaint...

WORTHINGTON - A Buffalo man was sentenced to 180 days in custody for first degree refusal to submit to a chemical test.

Daniel Zwilling, 44, was convicted of the felony in Nobles County District Court Tuesday.

According to the criminal complaint, a Nobles County Sheriff’s deputy on routine patrol approached Zwilling in his vehicle during the early hours of June 4. The deputy reported smelling alcohol on Zwilling’s breath during the interaction.

The report states Zwilling struggled with the field sobriety test and refused to submit to the preliminary breath test.

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