KFYR is reporting that State Superintendent Kirsten Baesler has officially been charged with a DUI. Back at the end of February, she was pulled over in Mandan. Check out the original story below. She will appear in court this month for the DUI.

On Tuesday, according to court documents, 50-year-old Baesler was charged with driving under the influence on February 26th. She was charged in Burleigh County for DUI- .08% or greater. At the time of her arrest, Baesler refused both a breathalyzer and a blood test.

Get more details from KFYR here.


 

Here's part of my original post on Kirsten Baesler's DUI charge:

Last night, North Dakota State Superintendent Kirsten Baesler was was picked up by police for driving under the influence. According to North Dakota Highway Patrol Lieutenant Steve Fischer, at around 10:00 PM on Wednesday, Baesler was driving on Memorial Highway in Mandan when she was pulled over and arrested for DUI.

As of now, there is not a lot of information on Baesler's DUI arrest. North Dakota Highway Patrol did not comment on her blood alcohol content. Charges are pending.