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Dubuque man arrested after handgun incident

DUBUQUE (KWWL)-- A Dubuque man faces charges after a reported incident with a handgun.

The Grant County Sheriff's Department assisted the Dubuque Police Department in arresting 28 year old Diego Ortega-Torres near Hazel Green Saturday night.

In a police report, Ortega-Torres was involved in an aggravated battery in Dubuque that involved a handgun. Sheriff's officials located him at the Triple T Too in Grant County and he was taken into custody.

Oreta-Torres was arrested for carrying a concealed weapon, negligent use of a firearm while intoxicated, operating while intoxicated, reckless driving and operating without a valid driver's license.

Online Producer: Michelle Caldwell

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