Lawrence school board candidate arrested on suspicion of DUI

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A man running for Lawrence school board was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence Saturday, according to jail records.

Kevin Coronado, 31, was arrested at East 17th and Rhode Island streets just before 2 a.m. Saturday, according to the jail’s booking log. He was released a few hours later on a $250 bond, jail records show.

Coronado is one of nine candidates running for a four-year term on the Lawrence school board. He is also pastor at Revive Church in Lawrence.

Jail records indicate that Coronado has no history of DUIs.

Coronado did not immediately respond to an email seeking comment for this article.

All arrestees and defendants in criminal cases should be presumed not guilty unless and until they are convicted.

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