11/3/2017 A Metairie letter carrier charged for a second time with drunk driving in his mail truck pleaded guilty Oct. 26 to felony DWI.
Mitchell Molitor, 55, was ordered to serve a total of one year in prison and his driver’s license has been suspended for three years, according to Jefferson Parish court records. Molitor pleaded guilty to third-arrest DWI, possession of an open container of alcohol and making false statements to obtain two driver’s licenses.
The March 24 arrest was Molitor’s third for DWI since 2011.
He was still on probation when taken into custody earlier this year for an Oct. 14. 2014 DWI arrest in Elmwood, court records said.Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s Office deputies alerted by Molitor’s post-office co-workers found him driving a mail truck with a bottle of whiskey in his lunch box and a blood alcohol content of 0.163 percent, court records said.