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NDHP: Angry, drunk man was wandering along I-94

FARGO - A Hankinson man who allegedly walked along Interstate 94 while drunkenly throwing rocks at passing vehicles Thursday faces two criminal charges.

FARGO – A Hankinson man who allegedly walked along Interstate 94 while drunkenly throwing rocks at passing vehicles Thursday faces two criminal charges.

Timothy Lee Golden, 25, was stumbling and walking in lanes on I-94 near here Thursday night, according to a report by the North Dakota Highway Patrol.

When approached by a trooper, Golden kept saying "what what" and gestured to an officer "with a bring-it-on fashion," the report states.

When asked if he would cooperate, Golden spit in the trooper's face, according to the report.

A Cass County prosecutor charged Golden on Friday with misdemeanor disorderly conduct as well as a felony charge-contact by bodily fluids or excrement-for the alleged spitting.

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