Queensbury legislator apologizes after drunken driving arrest

May 29, 2018 04:37 PM

Police say a Queensbury legislator was driving drunk, speeding and veering into oncoming traffic.

Authorities say Matt Sokol had a blood alcohol level of .18 percent, more than double the legal limit.

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Sokol is now apologizing, saying he used poor judgment.

Sokol is serving his seventh two-year term on the Warren County Board of Supervisors, where he serves as the board's vice chairman.


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