A State Representative has been officially charged with drunk driving in an accident that left his pick-up stranded on a railroad tie barrier in the backyard of a home in Manchester. Representative Charles Portwood of Ballwin has been charged with leaving the scene of an accident, a felony, and drunken driving, a misdemeanor. Police say blood alcohol tests indicate Portwood’s BAC was more than double the legal limit. Portwood is unopposed in his bid for his third term. He is Republican House Caucus Chairman.
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