A Twin Cities man is going to prison after receiving his 18th DWI charge, nearly two years after causing a serious crash.
According to Bring Me The News, 60-year-old Marshall A. Knoll was charged with two counts of criminal vehicular operation resulting in substantial bodily harm in March 2018, and one count of first-degree DWI after he was involved in a four-vehicle crash in October 2017.
The crash involved Knoll driving erratically before hitting the back of a vehicle at approximately 50 mph, causing two victims to suffer serious injuries including broken bones and internal bleeding.
A blood sample revealed Knoll had amphetamine and methamphetamine in his system when the crash occurred.
Dakota County Attorney Jim Backstrom said in a statement that Knoll's DWI convictions date back to 1979.
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