MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Police in Blaine reported an unusual pair of arrests connected to a DWI traffic stop last weekend.

Police said that the stop resulted in the driver being arrested for driving while intoxicated, but the driver’s passenger soon joined in on the action.

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The passenger, police said, put the vehicle in reverse during the traffic stop, which then caused the vehicle to run into the officer’s squad car.

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That person was also arrested for DWI, police said.

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“Fact: One does not have to be in the driver’s seat of a vehicle to be arrested for DWI,” the department reported. “As long as one is in physical control of the vehicle, they may be arrested for DWI if impaired.”