Charlottesville, VA-- Sean McDonnell, son of Virginia Governor Bob McDonnell, was found guilty Monday of public intoxication, according to WTVR.
A Charlottesville Police officer arrested McDonnell, a University of Virginia student, last month after spotting him acting drunk near the campus.
The charge was a misdemeanor and McDonnell faced a maximum fine of $250. The judge ordered Sean McDonnell to pay a $25 fine and $81 in court costs.
McDonell's office sent this statement to WTVR about the case. "This is a personal matter and is being addressed by the family," Tucker Martin, spokesperson for Governor McDonnell, said days following the arrest.