On April 14, a police officer from Bloomington, Illinois returned to work, despite a pending charge for driving under the influence.

On January 31, 35-year-old officer William McGonigle was stopped on U.S. 51 in Normal, Illinois and charged with DUI and speeding.

McGonigle and the Bloomington P.D. then went through the usual motions. He was placed on paid administrative leave during an internal investigation before returning to work.

According to Police Chief Randy McKinely, McGonigle received disciplinary action. He’ll be restricted to duty not requiring him to drive.
Bob Battle
100% of my practice is devoted to serious traffic defense and criminal litigation in state and federal courts
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