City spokesperson pleads no contest to drunk driving

HONOLULU (KHNL) - The spokesperson for the City of Honolulu apologizes to his family and the community, as he pleads no contest to drunken driving Friday.

A judge ordered Bill Brennan to pay a $500 fine, and suspended his driver's license for three months.

For two of those months, he'll be allowed to drive to and from work.

Police arrested the 55-year-old former TV news reporter in Kahala in August.

Prosecutors say his blood alcohol level was .133.

The legal limit is .08.