A Minden man who was stopped for allegedly driving under the influence recently got out of a regimental boot camp program.
Roger Dale Abraham-Noble Jr., 26, was pulled over early Saturday morning after failing to maintain his travel lane on Highway 395 near High School Street.
He was taken into custody after a preliminary breathylizer test revealed he had a .154 blood alcohol content.
Abraham-Noble appeared in East Fork Justice Court, where defense attorney Kris Brown told Judge Tom Perkins that Abraham-Noble was to appear in Douglas County District Court on Monday for a review hearing.
Abraham-Noble pleaded guilty to …