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Chief Assistant Prosecutor in Emmet County Charged with Drunk Driving

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The Chief Assistant Prosecutor in Emmet County is accused of breaking the law, himself.

Duane Beach is charged with drunk-driving after his arrest in Emmet County, back on January 19th.

Court records show beach was driving with a blood alcohol content of point-one-seven or higher.

He's also accused of having an open container of alcohol in his vehicle.

The Emmet County Prosecutor was not available to comment on Beach's employment status.

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