More patrol for DUIs, distractions
Most days, Sgt. Shane Richard loves his job at the Becker County Sheriff's Department.
Then there are those days he dreads. The ones where a deadly automobile crash has him walking up somebody's steps with horrid news.
"It's almost like it's in slow motion," he said. "You know they have no idea why you're there, but you know how it's going to play out. You know you're about to ruin somebody's life."
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