Texas Rep. Mike Krusee- Charged with Drunk Driving

Posted on 05/01/2008. Filed under: Mike Kruse, Republican scandal, TX-HD52, willaimson county |


Rep. Mike Krusee from TX House District 52 is arrested for drunken driving. Krusee is retiring at the end of his current term as he knew he could not win reelection.

A Texas Department of Public Safety trooper arrested and charged state Rep. Mike Krusee, R-Williamson County, with drunken driving late Wednesday, authorities said today.
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Krusee was booked into the Williamson County Jail at 11:15 p.m. Wednesday and was released at 8:55 a.m. today, officials said. His bail was set at $1,000.

Krusee carried and passed legislation in 2003 that created something called the “driver responsibility program” to help fund the Texas Mobility Fund. That program included a number of surcharges for driving offenses, including $1,000 for a first conviction of driving while intoxicated.

source: Austin America Statesman

Isn’t it strange that the darling of TXDOT and the Trans Texas Corridor gets busted for drunk driving? Seems rather appropriate to me.

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2 Responses to “Texas Rep. Mike Krusee- Charged with Drunk Driving”

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It’s ironic that Krusee’s 2003 “driver responsibility program” bill became law and now he has to pay those surcharges for driving drunk, about $3,000 (the snakesman got it wrong).

More here today:
http://salcostello.blogspot.com/

I love it!!! I guess his mistress will not get a present this month.


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