Former San Francisco Archbishop arrested for suspicion of drunk driving

FILE -- William Levada gestures during a media conference Monday, Feb. 25, 2013. (AP)

Former San Francisco Archbishop William Levada has been arrested for drunk driving. Hawaii police say Cardinal Levada was arrested Thursday while driving on the Big Island.

Levada was released from jail after posting $500 bail. The 79-year-old was reportedly there vacationing. Levada was archbishop of San Francisco for 10 years, until 2005 and was once the highest ranking American at the Vatican.
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