Solano County supe arrested on DUI charges

Solano County Supervisor Mike Reagan was arrested by Vacaville police Friday night on suspicion of drunken driving.

Reagan apologized Monday in a statement to local media. He said he was pulled over by police for a non-moving violation and it was determined he had a blood alcohol level over the legal limit. He said he was at a charity event in Fairfield where wine was served with dinner.

Reagan did not immediately return phone calls this afternoon. A spokesperson from his office said he was attending a lengthy afternoon session of the Board of Supervisors.

Vacaville police also did not return calls for more information about the arrest. Reagan was reportedly released to a third party and has a Jan. 25 court date.

Reagan began serving his first term on the board in January 2005.

Bay City News

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