Principal charged with driving drunk

January 18, 2012

An Indianapolis high school principal has apologized to students after he was caught driving while intoxicated. Michael Brandt, 44, the principal of Lutheran High School, was pulled over after midnight Jan. 8 for speeding on Prospect Street, according to police. His blood alcohol content was tested at nearly twice the legal limit. He was charged with operating a vehicle while intoxicated, speeding and failure to carry a certificate of registration.