North Dakota: Wyatt Daniel Klein charged with DUI in killing Aaron & Allison Deutscher and their babies

The Dickinson Press
BISMARCK — Days after a West Fargo family was killed in an alcohol-related crash, officials debated Monday how to address North Dakota’s growing problem of drunken driving with some blaming society’s lax attitudes and others pushing for tougher state laws.
Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem said last week one of his biggest concerns is the increasing number of arrests for driving under the influence in North Dakota. There were 6,600 DUI arrests reported last year, the highest in a decade and 22.6 percent of all arrests in the state.
Four days later, Aaron Deutscher, 34, his pregnant wife Allison, 36, and their 18-month-old daughter, Brielle, of West Fargo, were killed in a car crash involving Wyatt Daniel Klein, 28, of Jamestown.
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