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Delaware alcohol division head faces DUI charge

LEWES — A retired state trooper who heads Delaware’s Division of Alcohol and Tobacco Enforcement faces a drunken-driving charge and possible disciplinary action after being arrested in her state-owned car north of Lewes.

Siobhan G. Sullivan, 46, who lives near Rehoboth Beach, also was cited with speeding when state troopers pulled her over at about 2:30 a.m. Oct. 7 on Route 1 near Minos Conaway Road, court records show.

Sullivan, who was Gov. Ruth Ann Minner’s security chief before taking the new post in November 2008, is the sixth high-ranking state official — including three criminal prosecutors — charged with drunken driving in the last 26 months. On Sunday, state Rep. Brad Bennett was arrested in Lewes with a blood-alcohol level of 0.155, nearly twice the legal limit of 0.08.
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