Sunday, July 29, 2012
Brian Sullivan, chairman of the Snohomish County Council, former Mukilteo mayor and a former state lawmaker, was arrested Thursday night for investigation of DUI in Mukilteo. The incident began when Mukilteo police received a 911 call at about 7:50 p.m. reporting a suspected drunk driver heading south on the Mukilteo Speedway. The caller said the vehicle was "all over the road." Officers responded and caught up with the suspected drunk driver after he turned right at Chennault Beach Road and stopped in front of a business. The driver, identified as Sullivan, smelled of alcohol and officers asked if he had been drinking. He said he had been and agreed to take a field sobriety test. After the tests were complete, officers placed him under arrest shortly after 8 p.m. Sullivan was brought back to the police station to undergo a breath test. The first one registered an alcohol level of .168 percent and the second one registered .161. Both were more than double the legal limit. Sullivan was released to a responsible adult who was not in the car with him and issued a citation. He had his first appearance in Snohomish County District Court on Friday afternoon. If you or a loved one is faced with a DUI charge in Western Washington, you deserve the assistance of a reputable and qualified Seattle DUI attorney who will relentlessly defend your case. You deserve a Seattle DUI lawyer who has an intimate understanding of Washington DUI laws and the legal issues that could win your case. You deserve a Seattle DUI attorney who is not afraid to stand up against the prosecution and aggressively fight for your rights and interests. SQ Attorneys is the right Western Washington DUI law firm for the job. Call for a free initial consultation – (206) 441.0900 (Seattle); (425) 998-8384 (Eastside) – it will be the best decision you make all day.