Fairbanks man arrested for DUI, charged with terroristic threatening for claiming he had COVID-19

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FAIRBANKS, Alaska (KTVF) The Alaska State Troopers arrested a Fairbanks man Friday after they received reports of a suspicious driver.

According to dispatch, an investigation revealed that 48-year-old Conrad Isaac was driving impaired, and he was arrested.

He refused to take a breathalyzer test, and told troopers that he had coronavirus and hoped they got sick.

Troopers determined the suspect had not been tested for the virus and did not display any symptoms.

Isaac was charged with a DUI and terroristic threatening in the second degree for claiming he had COVID-19.

According to troopers, falsely claiming you have the coronavirus could be a felony.

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