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It is dangerous, particularly in drug cases, for an undercover officer to notify a suspect that he is an undercover officer and then tell the suspect that he is under arrest, as was done in Bramble.
he radioed the Sheriff's Office that he was coming in accompanied by the individual who was not under arrest.
The driver was placed under arrest for driving a motor vehicle while intoxicated in violation of Wisconsin law.