President of community college qualifies for 'super drunk' charge
Blood test results have returned from the Michigan State Police Crime Lab for the President of West Shore Community College in Scottville, who was arrested for drunk driving in the beginning of August.
The results show that Charles Dillon had a blood alcohol content of 0.186%. This means the prosecutor could charge Dillon with a 'super drunk' charge.
A super drunk charge in Michigan is anyone found with a BAC of 0.17% or higher. The prosecutor could decide to charge Dillon at that level. If the prosecutor decides that and if Dillon is convicted, he could face a harsh punishment.
The date has not been set for Dillon's arraignment.