Indianapolis newscaster arrested for driving under the influence

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INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (November 15, 2014) – An Indianapolis newscaster was arrested for OVWI Saturday morning after police stopped his car downtown.

Marc Mullins, an anchor at WRTV, was pulled over just before 2AM after making an illegal turn near Meridian and Washington Streets.

According to police reports, the officer observed a strong smell of alcohol on Mullins’ breath and conducted a field breath test, producing a sample of 0.072. The report also states Mullins told officers that he’d had one drink earlier that night. He was taken in for further testing and submitted to another breathalyzer test at the police precinct, where his BAC registered as 0.113.

He was arrested on charges of Operating a Vehicle While Intoxicated and taken to the Adult Processing Center intake. At the time this story was published, Mullins was still being processed. His bond information was not available.