LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) -- A former Lincoln high school math teacher has pleaded no contest to driving drunk for the third time.
The Lincoln Journal Star reports 42-year-old Terry Harms, of Cortland, entered the plea Tuesday. The charge stemmed from a December traffic stop, during which Lincoln police smelled alcohol on Harms.
Police say his blood alcohol level registered at 0.165 percent -- more than twice the legal limit to drive in Nebraska.
Court records show Harms was convicted of drunken driving in 2007 and 2011.
He worked as a substitute teacher for Lincoln Public Schools and as a part-time teacher at Lincoln North Star. School district officials say Harms has resigned.
He will be sentenced July 1.
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