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Grounded sailboat off Laguna brings drunken-boating arrest - OCRegister
by NewsReader 01-07-2013



Grounded sailboat off Laguna brings drunken-boating arrest
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An intoxicated sailor passed out, and his boat ran aground off the coast of Laguna Beach Sunday afternoon, U.S. Coast Guard officials said. The keel of the 28-foot sloop was lodged in sand and rocks outside the surf line of Main Beach as of 10 p.m ...




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