Richard Perez was arrested early Monday morning in Osceola County near Florida Parkway and Osceola Parkway. Perez was driving his personal vehicle, the Osceola County Sheriff’s Office said.
Perez was relieved of duty and his law enforcement credentials were taken, authorities said.
An assistant state attorney in Lake County who was stopped — but not arrested — for reportedly driving drunk Sunday night was charged Monday with driving under the influence, Mount Dora police officials said.
William Charles Gula was given a notice to appear before a judge to face a DUI charge after a Mount Dora police officer stopped him Sunday night and he refused to take a sobriety test.
The officer later took him home without charging him.
Chief Assistant State Attorney Ric Ridgway said Gula has been suspended without pay until the case is reviewed.
Source: Orlando Sentinel