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Repeat drunken driving arrests fall

44 percent drop follows start of Melanie's Law

Joshua C. Colon (left), an aspiring rap artist, was killed by an alleged drunk driver in Methuen two days after Melanie's Law took effect Oct. 28. Remembrances were left at his grave yesterday at St. Mary's Cemetery in Lawrence.
By Stephanie Ebbert
Globe Staff / December 31, 2005

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Since Melanie's Law started cracking down on habitual drunk drivers, the number of repeat offenders being arrested has plummeted, records at the Registry of Motor Vehicles show. (Full article: 951 words)

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