Police body camera video shows Hill’s second arrest for physical control in about six months. Physical control means he was behind the wheel after drinking, but not driving, a car.
“Our intentions and our motives for that January physical control was not to drive,” Hill said.
Hill was arrested for the same thing back in July.
“I acted irresponsibly. Period,” he said.
Hill said he struggles with alcoholism, but has been sober since his January arrest.
“We apologize. We believe that we acted grossly irresponsibly, or irresponsible, and one drink is too many and so it’s never OK,” he said.
Hill’s clients said his battle with addiction helps them fight their own.
“I think with that knowledge you know more about the struggle, the pain, the addiction process. So that being said, I think no one knows better than someone that’s actually been there,” said Christopher Todd Davidson, New Horizons client.
“Me being responsible for the day-to-day activities and the drug and alcohol program, I think I’m very effective,” Hill said.
He said since the first story aired earlier this month, that he stepped away from day-to-day management at New Horizons to allow the group to refocus.
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