Following up on the previous news about Davenport University president Randolph Flechsig who was arrested on Drunk Driving charges last month, and claimed to not be drunk, but to have been suffering from a diabetic episode. After his blood test results were revealed, Mr. Flechsig apologized for his handling of the incident, and having “jeapordized the trust” of the students at his school.
Tests showed his blood alcohol content at the time was .09%, above the legal limit of .08% set by Michigan OWI laws, and the standard nationally. His initial claim was that his blood test would establish that he was not impaired or over the limit at the time of his arrest.
He is expected to plead guilty in court today.
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Ref: Mlive, WZZM