Bill Kenney, the former Chiefs quarterback who now serves on the Missouri Public Service Commission, was arrested Thursday on a DUI charge in Cole County.
ABC 17 News reports that Kenney did not return phone calls seeking comment. No other details were available.
Kenney, 60, took a seat on the utility-regulating PSC in January 2013.
Kenney played for the Chiefs as a quarterback for 10 years, spent eight years in the Missouri state Senate and was the GOP nominee for lieutenant governor in 1996.
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He’s also a former chief of staff to Lt. Gov. Peter Kinder.