State Rep. Joe Brennan, who was arrested on charges related to driving under the influence of alcohol, has applied for a first-time offenders program, according to The Morning Call.
Brennan was arrested June 22 after he had driven from Harrisburg and was heading to his district office in south Bethlehem.
The article said police found Brennan near his office after receiving tips that an intoxicated man had stumbled in a convenience store parking lot, hit his head on a car and left in his own car.
After his arrest, Brennan issued a statement apologizing and acknowledging "a long and personal struggle with alcohol."
Brennan, 47, of Fountain Hill, represents the 133rd District, which includes parts of Salisbury Township.