ROBBINS, Ill. (CBS) — The 66-year old police chief of south suburban Robbins failed a field sobriety test and a Breathalyzer last weekend when he was arrested for drunk driving, according to police in Midlothian.
Robbins Police Chief Johnny Holmes allegedly had more than twice the minimum blood-alcohol level to be considered drunk when he was arrested for DUI by Midlothian police last Saturday night around 10:30.READ MORE: Chicago Police Union President Urges Aldermen To Repeal Mayor's Vaccine Mandate For City Workers, Judge Denies Request To Extend Gag Order
It was the second time in less than three years that Chief Holmes had been arrested for DUI by the Midlothian police. The first time was March 3, 2010. Court records indicate Holmes pleaded guilty and was sentenced to court supervision. Holmes asked a judge to only suspend his driver’s license for one month instead of the minimum one-year suspension called for in the law, and that was granted.