High school principal accused of DWI

August 1, 2008 9:16:50 AM PDT
A Long Island high school principal has been accused of driving while intoxicated.Court records obtained by Newsday show Commack resident David Zimbler was stopped by police on June 13.

Suffolk County police say they saw his car swerving on a Long Island Expressway service road. They say his breath test showed a blood-alcohol level of 0.13, which is over the legal limit.

The Riverhead High School principal pleaded not guilty to DWI and failing to stay in a single lane at his June 14 arraignment. He was freed without bail with an Aug. 14 return date.

Zimbler's attorney says his client's status as school principal remains unchanged.

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