The principal of Kamiah High School resigned the evening of April 30 following his weekend drunk driving arrest.
This morning's Lewiston Tribune reports that Rolland Sullivan was pulled over late in the evening on April 26 near Fourth and Main streets in Kamiah. That's where law enforcement said Sullivan failed field sobriety and breathalyzer tests. He pleaded innocent to the charge of DUI in a Lewis County Court April 30.
But Kamiah School District Superintendent Fred Mercer told the Tribune that Sullivan did not list an official reason for yesterday's resignation, which will take effect at the end of the current school year.
The Tribune reports that Sullivan has been principal of the high school for five years.