GRANBURY, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) – Granbury Mayor Nin Hulett has resigned from his publish after a latest driving whereas intoxicated arrest that was upgraded to a felony.
Hulett submitted his letter of resignation on Thursday. Within the letter, he stated: “I’m really grateful for the chance to serve my metropolis theses previous ten years. Our Metropolis employees and Metropolis workers are really among the many greatest within the State, and I’m proud to rely out many concerned residents as associates and neighbors. Granbury has a particular place in my coronary heart, and I stay up for watching our metropolis develop and prosper.”
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Hulett was arrested early Sunday, April 25, on a DWI cost, however that cost was upgraded to a felony earlier this week after authorities found he had two earlier DWI arrests.
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Jail information from the April 25 arrest confirmed he was taken into custody within the 600 block of East Pearl Avenue in Granbury. Police stated they’d obtained a report of an intoxicated individual leaving native restaurant Bob’s Off the Sq..
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Hulett has served as mayor since 2013.