According to law enforcement officials, Wilcots’ blood alcohol concentration was 0.096 percent, which is above the legal limit of .08 percent. Wilcots was pulled over by Casa Grande police after he was observed making a turn without a turn signal, driving the wrong way on a one-way street, and nearly striking pedestrians near an apartment complex.
The county communications director for Pinal County has stated that they have placed Wilcots on administrative leave. Employees of the County are placed on administrative leave as a first step before any further disciplinary actions can be taken.
Wilcots has been employed by Pinal County’s Human Resources Department for five years.
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