A Wisconsin man who received an eight-year-prison sentence for a 2012 drunk-driving crash that killed a grandmother and grandson is again facing D-W-I charges in Minnesota. A Duluth judge Tuesday set bail at 75 thousand dollars for 27-year-old Hawk Edwards of Superior, Wisconsin, who registered a point-one-four-nine blood alcohol content after an officer stopped him early Sunday morning. The Duluth News Tribune reports the courtroom today was filled with family members and supporters of Paula and Everett Bergren, who died from the 2012 head-on crash caused by Edwards. His next court appearance is February 4th.
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