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DUI coordinator charged with drunken driving


By Anne Hart

The DUI coordinator at Chatham County State Court resigned Monday after being arrested and charged with drunken driving last week, court officials said.

Brian P. Harrell, 24, was arrested Friday in downtown Athens after police stopped him about 1:30 a.m. because he was driving without his headlights on, officers said.

According to a police report, Harrell smelled of alcohol and had bloodshot eyes.

Harrell -- who has worked for two weeks as coordinator for the State Court's newly developed DUI program -- told an Athens-Clarke County officer he had been drinking, but "not much," the report said.

An AlcoSensor test indicated Harrell's blood-alcohol level was .13, the report said. The limit in Georgia is .08.

Harrell refused a requested state-administered chemical breath test. He was booked in Clarke County jail and released Friday on $1,750 bail.

Harrell declined to comment for this article.

Harrell's last day as DUI coordinator is Friday, said court administrator Dan Massey. He said the arrest prompted Harrell's resignation.

The Chatham County State Court's DUI program follows the drug court model, Massey said. The drug court program aims to help offenders avoid incarceration by following a strict regiment of probation.

The State Court DUI program is a pilot project funded for one year through grant monies and is based on programs in Hall County and Athens-Clarke County.