Connecticut board of education member charged with 4 DUIs still missing

A member of the Connecticut State Board of Education facing a warrant for his arrest has been missing since last month.

Stephen P. Wright, a 62-year-old attorney from Monroe who was reappointed to the State Board of Education by Democratic Gov. Dannel P. Malloy in 2015, was arrested and charged with driving under the influence of alcohol four times since February, according to court records.

Chief Disciplinary Counsel Karyl Carrasquilla is seeking to have Wright placed on “inactive status” because he is currently “incapacitated from continuing to practice law by reason of mental infirmity or illness, or because of drug dependency or addiction to alcohol,” according to court documents.

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