LAS VEGAS -- A top Henderson city leader is temporarily off the job after officers say he drove intoxicated on Henderson city streets.
Sources tell 8 News NOW that assistant city manager Fred Horvath was playing golf Friday afternoon and officers arrested him shortly after that on suspicion of DUI.
He was released just hours later. Questions are being raised onto how that happened.
Fred Horvath may have spent very little time in the Henderson Detention Center.
His name was in the jail's computer database for about two hours, something DUI attorneys, both on and off the record, say is out of the ordinary.
When officers took in Henderson assistant city manager Fred Horvath near Green Valley Parkway and Wigwam Avenue, he was soon booked into the Henderson Detention Center. But Horvath presumably spent very little time there.
Horvath was listed in the jail's inmate computer system for about two hours.