Indiana substitute teacher allegedly came to school with blood-alcohol content above 0.1% 04/12/2022 11:32 am PDT Comments Marion Police MARION, Ind. (TCD) -- A substitute teacher was recently arrested after allegedly coming to school intoxicated. According to an arrest report from the Marion Police Department, Shawn Spitler was arrested April 7 at approximately 1:43 p.m. An off-duty police officer from the Marion Police Department was reportedly working security at Kendall Elementary School when the principal asked the officer to check on Spitler. According to a police report cited by WANE-TV, the officer detected a "strong odor of an alcoholic beverage emitting from his breath." He was allegedly visibly intoxicated, and according to the report, Spitler "exhibited other signs of impairment." According to WPTA-TV, Spitler’s blood-alcohol content level tested over 0.1%. He was reportedly taken into custody and brought to Marion Health for medical evaluation before being transported to the Grant County Jail on a public intoxication charge. MORE: Report Records - Marion Police DepartmentPolice: Substitute teacher came to school drunk - WANESubstitute teacher arrested after being drunk on the job, Marion police say - WPTA #Indiana Related Stories Louisiana pastor and former 'Survivor' contestant accused of taping students' mouths shut Texas teacher accused of sleeping with student in car, 'hickies' found on teen's neck San Antonio man allegedly fatally shot teacher because he was dating his ex-girlfriend Florida teacher accused of inappropriately touching student at school for children with disabilities California middle school teacher accused of child molestation Alabama teacher accused of soliciting and engaging in prostitution Waiting for your permission to load facebook comments.