The District Attorney’s Office has declined to file a case against former Secretary of Commerce and San Marino resident John Bryson, having found insufficient evidence of driving under the influence or other crime, the office announced.
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The D.A. found that Bryson had no alcohol in his system at the time of the accidents, but did have Ambien, a prescription sleep aid. The office could not determine if the presence of the drug was a factor in the accidents. A .pdf of the district attorney's findings is attached to this article.
After the crashes, which Bryson's office attributed to a seizure, the 68-year-old Bryson flew back to Washington. The White House announced that Bryson will take a medical leave of absence as "he undergoes tests and evaluations."