ND Tax Commissioner Gets Suspended Jail Sentence for DUI
His blood-alcohol level was .20, more than twice the legal limit for driving
MANDAN, ND — North Dakota’s Tax Commissioner has pleaded guilty to drunk driving.
Ryan Rauschenberger was arrested late last month by the North Dakota Highway Patrol in Mandan.
His blood-alcohol level was .20, more than twice the legal limit for driving.
Under a plea agreement, Rauschenberger was given a suspended jail sentence and put on probation for one year.
During the 2014 campaign he took a leave of absence and entered alcohol treatment.