Md. catholic school principal arrested on multiple DUI charges

A local catholic school principal was arrested on several DUI charges, in Maryland. 

According to online State of Maryland records, on February 25, troopers with the Maryland State Police Berlin Barrack arrested 64-year-old Mark Record, of Berlin, on the charges of driving vehicle while under the influence of alcohol, driving vehicle while under the influence of alcohol per se, driving veh. while impaired by alcohol, negligent driving vehicle in careless and imprudent manner endangering property, life and person ($140 fine), and causing standing veh. to obstruct free veh. passage of roadway($60 fine). 

State records show that Record, the Principal of Most Blessed Sacrament Catholic School in Berlin, was arrested just after 3:45 PM in Isle of Wight Park.

 On Thursday, 47ABC spoke with Record regarding his arrest for which he did not provide a comment and stated that we contact the Catholic Diocese of Wilmington. The Catholic Diocese of Wilmington oversees the Most Blessed Sacrament Catholic School, in Worcester County.

On Thursday, a Catholic Diocese of Wilmington spokesperson tells 47ABC " In the interest of fairness and with sensitivity to the privacy of our staff, it is our policy to not comment publicly on personnel matters. The Catholic Diocese of Wilmington, the Most Blessed Sacrament Catholic School community, and the eight parishes that sponsor the school, strive always to uphold the school's mission of fostering a faith-filled environment in partnership with families, emphasizing reverence, respect, and personal responsibility in the traditional spirit of Christian teaching. Any further comment at this time would not be appropriate."

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