The principal of a private south suburban school is free on $25,000 dollars bond after being stopped for drunk driving.
Michael Zajac of Itasca was stopped in Harwood Heights around 1 a.m. Saturday.
Police say his blood alcohol level was twice the legal limit.
Zajac faces several charges, including no proof of insurance, transportation of illegal alcohol and speeding.
Zajac is principal of the Joseph Academy in Hometown, a school that focuses on the needs of children with severe behavioral and learning disabilities.
Court records show he has two prior DUI convictions.