Former Springfield Michigan Police Officer Trevor Endsley Pleads Guilty To Drunk Driving For A Tiny Slap On The Wrist – Quit After His Arrest


SPRINGFIELD, MICHIGAN – A former officer from the Springfield Department of Public Safety has entered a plea in a drunken driving case.

Trevor Endsley, 28, of Marshall, pleaded no contest today before Calhoun County District Judge Frank Line to driving under the influence of liquor and possession of a firearm while intoxicated.

He entered the pleas as part of an agreement with Calhoun County prosecutors who will dismiss charges of driving with a high blood alcohol content and leaving the scene of a property damage accident.

Also as part of the agreement Endsley will be sentenced to probation and no jail time. And the gun charge will be dismissed if he has no other violations for a year.

Endsley was arrested Jan. 8 by Emmett Township police after witnesses said he collided with another vehicle while leaving the parking lot of a strip club, Hots, at 948 N. Raymond Road. He later hit a power pole and was found a short distance away.

Police said his blood alcohol content was 0.21 percent.

He later resigned from the Springfield department.

A sentencing date was not immediately set.

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