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Arena man cited for fourth offense drunken driving

Published On: Mar 22 2013 02:38:53 PM CDT   Updated On: Mar 22 2013 05:23:23 PM CDT
MADISON, Wis. -

An Arena man has been cited on his fourth offense of drunken driving after a police officer and a concerned citizen noted his high speeds downtown.

According to a Madison Police Department statement, an officer monitoring traffic on John Nolen Avenue clocked Marshall Iverson, 41, driving at 60 miles per hour.

MPD almost simultaneously received a call from a concern citizen on John Nolen saying she saw a white vehicle drive by her so quickly that she “felt like she was standing still,” the statement said.

Upon determining both observations were of the same vehicle, the officer pulled over Iverson, who was cited for speeding and arrested for fourth offense drunk driving, according to the statement.

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