Arkansas Surgeon General Joe Thompson has reached a settlement regarding his March 31st arrest and barring any other issues will not be charged with any crimes.
According to a report from the Arkansas Times, the Pulaski County Prosecutor's Office will not prosecute the charge of attempting to influence a public servant.
The other two charges against Thompson of disorderly conduct and resisting arrest will be dismissed after six months, absent any other issues.
Police arrested Thompson at his home following an argument with a private security guard.
According to Police, Thompson was drunk and told them he worked for the Governor. Thompson later said he should have done more to deescalate the incident.