Iowa Superintendent Charged With Drunk Driving
SERGEANT BLUFF, Iowa (AP) – A northwest Iowa school superintendent has been accused of drunken driving. Court records say 57-year-old Rod Earleywine is scheduled to be arraigned Sept. 7 on a charge of operating while under the influence, first offense. He’s superintendent of the Sergeant Bluff-Luton Community School District.
Earleywine didn’t immediately return messages left for him Monday. His attorney’s office number rang unanswered.
Earleywine was arrested Aug. 5 in Dickinson County. The district website still listed Earleywine as superintendent on Monday. School board President Jeff Wright has declined to comment about Earleywine’s arrest.