(Here is what the Boston Herald has to say.
A police report obtained by The Associated Press says Jon Golnik, a Republican challenger to U.S. Rep. Niki Tsongas, was arrested in 2001 for operating under the influence of drugs and alcohol.
Golnik’s license was suspended. The driving under the influence of alcohol charge was continued without a finding, which allows defendants to avoid jail if they stay out of trouble. The drug charge was dismissed.
The police report says Golnik was on his way home from an AC/DC concert in 2001 when an officer saw him driving in Arlington with a flat tire.
The drug charge was dismissed and Golnik says he did not smoke marijuana that night. This seems to be the only incident of this. It does not seem to be a pattern.   – promoted by Rob “EaBo Clipper” Eno)
Im just passing the latest along without comment:
Jon Golnik, a Republican candidate for Congress, admitted today he was arrested in May 2001.
Court documents show that Golnik was arrested in May 2001 for operating under the influence of alcohol and drugs. The drug charge was dismissed but Golnik admitted to sufficient facts in the drunken driving charge one month later