West Virginia high school vice principal is facing DUI charges

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KANAWHA COUNTY, W.Va. (WSAZ) — A West Virginia high school vice principal is facing DUI charges.

Christopher Jason Cantrell, 36, was arrested early Saturday morning at the intersection of Virginia and Clendenin streets in Charleston.

According to the school’s website, he currently serves as an assistant principal at Herbert Hoover High School.

Charleston Police tell WSAZ they made the arrest around 3 a.m.

According to the criminal complaint, Cantrell was driving the wrong way down Virginia Street East when he was pulled over.

Police say he failed multiple field sobriety tests and refused a breathalyzer.

Court officials tell WSAZ Cantrell is facing DUI charges and was released from jail Saturday morning after spending the night at South Central.

WSAZ has reached out to Kanawha County Schools for a statement.

WSAZ is working for more information. Keep clicking here for developments on this story.



 
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