A Shippensburg Area Senior High School employee has been cited for a DUI after causing a scene inside of the school Wednesday evening.
Shippensburg Police Department arrived at the school shortly after 7:30pm where they were pointed to a car that allegedly belonged to the intoxicated employee.
Robert Victor Vignaud was stopped by police while he was leaving the school. After a blood test, Vignaud's blood alcohol concentration was found to be almost twice the legal limit.
The superintendent of the Shippensburg Area School District told CBS21 that Vignaud was a second shift custodian at the high school and he has since been suspended without pay.
He was charged with two counts of DUI.