Lincoln High School principal charged with driving drunk

A Lincoln High school principal has been charged with operating a vehicle while under the influence of alcohol.

Michael Nesbitt, 55, is charged with five counts of driving while under, three counts of operating while intoxicated and one count of operating an unattended vehicle.

He was released on bail.

He was also ordered to pay $6,500 in court costs and $2,000 in court fines.

Mr NesBitt’s bond was set at $10,000.

Mr NESBitt was at Lincoln High when he was stopped by police on Thursday afternoon.

He is due to appear in court again on September 26.

The Lincoln High principal has previously been charged in the early hours of June 2 for allegedly driving drunk.

The Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office said in a statement that it was investigating a report of a “suspicious vehicle in the Lincoln area”.

The Sheriff’s Department said in its statement that officers had responded to a report at the Lincoln High Apartments in Lincoln, Illinois, where a student was staying.

Officers found Mr NesBoitt in the backseat, allegedly intoxicated.

He is now being investigated by the Lincoln County Attorney’s Office.

A spokesman for the Lincoln school district said the incident was being handled by the school’s safety office.