HENDERSON, Nev. -- A top Henderson city leader who was arrested for DUI pleaded no contest to a lesser charge after blood tests revealed he was not over the legal limit.
Assistant city manager Fred Horvath was arrested last month on suspicion of DUI.
According to court records, the complaint against Horvath moved forward on Sept. 3 to a misdemeanor for failure to maintain a lane/improper lane change because his blood test revealed he was under the legal limit. Horvath pleaded no contest to that charge.
Horvath had been on administrative leave while his arrest was investigated, but has since returned to his job.