A 34-year-old Breezy Point man who served a year in jail for a criminal vehicular homicide following a crash in which his passenger died was arrested Saturday in Breezy Point for first-degree driving while impaired (DWI).
On May 18, 2005, Mark Martin Bundgaard and his friend and roommate, Kenneth Foster, 40, of Crosslake, were driving eastbound in Bundgaard’s car on Crow Wing County Road 125 when Bundgaard failed to stop at the county road’s intersection with Highway 371. His car collided broadside with a southbound pickup. Foster suffered a serious skull fracture in the collision and was transported to St. Cloud Hospital, where on May 19, 2005, he died. A blood sample taken from Bundgaard following the collision showed an alcohol concentration of .24 percent, which was more than twice the legal limit at the time.
Bundgaard was arraigned Tuesday for violating the conditions of his probation on the 2005 charge. He was arrested at 12:50 a.m. Saturday near Crow Wing County Roads 11 and 4 by Breezy Point police.