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Man with prior DUI arrests crashes into Dickinson auto repair shop

DICKINSON, N.D. - A Dickinson man with a history of drunken driving arrests faces a new charge after police say he crashed his car into an auto repair shop.

DICKINSON, N.D. - A Dickinson man with a history of drunken driving arrests faces a new charge after police say he crashed his car into an auto repair shop.

Harvey Hellman, 59, was arrested for allegedly being under the influence when he crashed into the Chad's Automotive Clinic business on Thursday.

Police say Hellman swerved onto the sidewalk, ran over a no parking sign, sideswiped a wall and then crashed into some concrete steps.

Court officials say Hellman has had three previous DUI arrests.

The Dickinson Press and the Herald are Forum Communications Co. newspapers.

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