A well-known name in Albemarle politics has been charged with driving drunk. Cynthia Neff was arrested Sunday morning for driving under the influence.
Albemarle police say an officer pulled her over after he observed her driving erratically along Route 29.
Neff has run for supervisor before and is the person who put up her house as collateral to get supervisor Chris Dumler out of jail this month following a forcible sodomy charge.
Neff will be in court on November 5.
Press Release Albemarle County Police Department
Cynthia Neff was arrested early Sunday morning for driving under the influence. An officer pulled her over after he observed her vehicle driving erratic along Seminole Trail.
The officer followed the vehicle and pulled Neff over in the 3600 block of Pritchett Lane. The officer smelled alcohol coming from her and gave her a field sobriety test. Neff failed the tests administered and was arrested for DUI.
Neff is no longer being held in the Albemarle-Charlottesville Regional Jail. Her first court appearance is scheduled for November 5 at 9 a.m. in Albemarle County General District Court.
The case is pending and we will not be releasing specifics like her BAC.
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