Community college president arrested for being ‘super drunk’

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MANISTEE COUNTY, Mich. – The president of a Michigan community college may be charged with being ‘super drunk.’

Authorities say Charles Dillon was pulled over earlier this month by police in Mainstee County.

Dillon refused to take a breath test, so blood was drawn after his arrest.

The toxicology report shows his blood alcohol contest was .186.

Michigan’s ‘super drunk’ law goes into effect at .17.

If prosecutors choose to charge Dillon under the ‘super drunk’ law, he could face up to 180 days in jail.

Dillon is the president of West Shore Community College, where he will remain the president pending the outcome of the case.