BOULDER, Colo. (AP) -- A former Boulder police officer who was assigned to enforce drunken-driving laws has pleaded guilty to driving under the influence, with a blood-alcohol level of more than 0.2.
The Daily Camera reports ( http://bit.ly/12Xc44Z ) Elizabeth Ward was sentenced Wednesday to 10 days of electronic home monitoring, one year of probation, a $400 fine, and 24 hours of community service.
Police say an off-duty Arvada police officer spotted her vehicle weaving on Interstate 25 in Thornton on Dec. 4.
In March, former Boulder police officer Scott Morris pleaded guilty to driving while ability impaired and to prohibited use of a weapon. He received a six-month deferred sentence for the weapons charge and a year of probation for the driving charge.