Man who drove bus is still not charged |

Man who drove bus is still not charged

Charges have not been filed against a man who allegedly drove a City Hall bus in the Snyderville Basin while intoxicated.

Summit County Attorney David Brickey said prosecutors are waiting for results from a blood test to determine whether the man, who in his 50s, will be charged with suspicion of driving under the influence of alcohol.

The bus driver was arrested and booked into jail in the Snyderville Basin May 15. The bus reportedly became stuck when the man tried to turn the vehicle around.

Officers claim the suspect failed field sobriety tests and had blood-alcohol content above the legal limit in Utah of .08.

No passengers were on the bus at the time of the arrest, investigators said.

Usually the names of suspects are not printed in The Park Record until formal charges are filed in court.

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