“I was let go (Wednesday),” Yohe told the Portsmouth Daily Times. “It was a seriously bad decision. It’s the first time anything like this has ever happened to me — and it will be the last. I’m embarrassed, humiliated and deeply sorry.”
According to a story on the WSAZ website, Yohe was stopped after running a stop sign in Coal Grove, Ohio at 12:30 a.m. on Saturday. Police found marijuana, drug paraphernalia and an open container of “an alcoholic beverage” in his car, according to the Huntington-Charleston NBC affiliate.
Yohe had a blood alcohol level of .121. The legal limit in Ohio .08. The DUI charge was later amended to aggrevated reckless driving, which is routine for a first offense, Coal Grove police chief Eric Spurlock told the Ironton Tribune.
Yohe is scheduled to appear in court on October 30.