GEORGETOWN, Texas (AP) - A Texas state lawmaker is facing
charges of driving while intoxicated.
Rep. Mike Krusee, a Republican from Round Rock, was
arrested Wednesday night and released Thursday morning after
posting $1,000 bail. That's according to Williamson County
Sheriff's spokesman John Foster, who declined to give further
Krusee, the chairman of the House Transportation Committee, was
arrested by a Department of Public Safety trooper. Krusee is not
running for re-election this year.
The arrest was first reported by the Austin American-Statesman.
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