MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – A Minnesota State Trooper has entered a guilty plea in an April speeding case and admitted to driving 94 mph in a 55 mph zone for no good reason.

Sgt. Jesse Grabow, a 17-year veteran of the patrol, entered the plea on July 17, documents from Otter Tail County show. As part of the deal, he agreed to pay a fine of more than $500 for a petty misdemeanor charge.

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The court accepted the plea.

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On April 28, Grabow was caught speeding on Highway 210 in a State Patrol squad car and subsequently charged.

Following the incident, the State Patrol said its troopers aren’t immune to the dangers of speeding and said Grabow “erred in judgement.”

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Grabow, of Barnesville, was temporarily reassigned following the incident.