Business Leader, Former GOP Leader Arrested for Indiana DUI

The former leader of the Indiana Republican Party was arrested for suspicion of drunk driving. James Louis Kittle was stopped in Hamilton County Tuesday evening on a traffic violation. After he failed a field sobriety test and registered 0.10% on a portable breath tester, Kittle was charged with driving under the influence in Indiana. He was booked at the Hamilton County Jail and his bond was set at $2,500.

Kittle, 67, was head of the state GOP between 2002 and 2006, and long recognized as a political kingmaker. The Kittle family is well known for a group of regional furniture stores started by James’ grandfather in 1932.

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