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Twin sisters arrested in separate DUI incidents

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STORNINGTON, Conn. (AP) - Stonington police have charged twin sisters with drunken driving in separate incidents, 24 hours apart.

Police tell The Day of New London they arrested 25-year-old Kathleen Murphy of Stonington at 1:49 a.m. on Saturday after her car backed into another at the Hootie's Good Times Cafe, a local bar.

They say her twin, Hannah Murphy, was arrested at 1:46 a.m. on Sunday after her car struck a sign on Latimer Point Road.

There is no listed phone number for the sisters, who share the same address in Stonington. It was not immediately clear if either had hired an attorney.

They are both scheduled to appear in New London Superior Court on June 17.

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