In Sherwood Municipal Court this morning, Judge Milas Hale found the officer guilty of DWI and two other traffic violations.
He was given a one-year suspended jail sentence, a 30 day work suspension and a $600 fine.
The other traffic offenses were for defective brakes and defective tail lights.
McRae goes back to work tomorrow.
Original Story (May 12):
Sherwood police arrested Little Rock officer Theddus McRae early around 4:30 Saturday morning on DWI charges.
According to the police report, Sherwood officers observed that McRae's vehicle had a malfunctioning brake light and headlight. In addition McRae allegedly crossed the center line.
When officers pulled McRae over he stated he was a Little Rock police officer.
The report goes on to say the arresting officer believed McRae intentionally attempted to sabotage the field sobriety test by not blowing correctly into the mouthpiece.
McRae was booked on DWI and Refusal to Submit charges.
Little Rock police spokesman Lt. Terry Hastings says McRae is on administrative leave while an investigation is conducted.