Drivers license of Cleveland councilman Eugene Miller during sentencing for OVI stop

CLEVELAND - Cleveland City Councilman Eugene Miller, who was arrested last year for allegedly drinking and driving, will lose his license for six months.

Miller was sentenced on Tuesday afternoon on a physical control of vehicle charge in connection to being pulled over for allegedly drinking and driving in late November.

Miller was stopped by Cleveland police near Route 2 and Marginal Road for speeding. He told officers he was on his way home from watching the Notre Dame football game.

Miller earlier pleaded not guilty to driving under the influence. Court officials told NewsChannel5 that Miller's blood alcohol content was .056, which is under the .08 legal limit.

The license suspension for Miller ends on May 24.

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