A northeast Nebraska man is facing a drunken driving charge after he showed up to an appointment with his probation officer intoxicated.
Officials say 22-year-old Andre Armstrong was arrested Monday morning after a random alcohol test was performed at the probation office.
Norfolk Police Capt. Leon Chapman says officers went to the probation office and determined that Armstrong had driven himself to the appointment.
Chapman says Armstrong was taken to the Norfolk jail, but was later released on $300 bond. He is charged with his second offense of drunken driving.
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