Mikal Hanson, 52, an assistant U.S. attorney in Sioux Falls, was stopped by police shortly before 1 a.m., for speeding, said Pierre Police Chief Elton Blemaster.
The arresting officer could smell alcohol on Hanson and asked Hanson to perform field sobriety tests, he
"Mr. Hanson didn't complete them as instructed," Blemaster
Hanson was arrested on a charge of DUI first offense and cited for traveling 30 mph in a 20 mph zone, Blemaster
declined to release Hanson's blood-alcohol level.
Hanson was arrested without incident and was released on bond shortly after his