Illinois man arrested for operating golf cart while intoxicated

MARSHALL COUNTY — On Sunday, Sept. 6 around 3:15 a.m. Marshall County Central Dispatch received a call that security at Jellystone Yogi Bear Campground advised of a male subject that rolled a golf cart. When officers arrived on scene they located John Kitzke of Joliet, IL who had wrecked his golf cart. Officer Ayala administered the standardized field sobriety for Kitzke. He was then transported to the hospital in Plymouth for a chemical test. Kitzke was then transported to the Marshall County Jail after being cleared by medical staff and was booked in for: operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated .15% or more. 

Kitzke was given a court date and a bond of $1,505.

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