PSC Member Bill Kenney, Former Chiefs QB, Pleads Guilty DWI
October 2, 2015

(AP) – Former Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Bill Kenney has pleaded guilty to drunken driving in Missouri’s capital city, where he now serves as a state utility regulator.
The Jefferson City News Tribune reports ( ) that Kenney pleaded guilty Wednesday to a misdemeanor driving while intoxicated charge and was placed on two years unsupervised probation.
Jefferson City police say Kenney was discovered passed out and slumped over the steering wheel of his car in a Taco Bell parking lot in March.
The 60-year-old Kenney is a member of the Missouri Public Service Commission.
He was a Chiefs quarterback from 1979 to 1988. He then became a real estate developer in the Kansas City area. Kenney served in the Missouri Senate from 1995 to 2003, representing eastern Jackson County.

Nixon’s Son Cited, Accused of DWI
September 1, 2015

The 25-year-old son of Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon has been cited for reportedly driving while intoxicated.
Willson Wheeler Nixon was pulled over around 3 a.m. Sunday after allegedly driving without turning on his headlights.
Columbia police arrested him for driving while intoxicated after he allegedly hit a parked car while being pulled over. He posted bond set at $500 at 8:30 a.m. Sunday.
A spokesman for Gov. Nixon says this is a private matter and did not comment further.
Willson Nixon is the governor’s youngest son and pleaded guilty in June to driving with an excessive blood-alcohol content. He had restricted driving privileges when he was cited Sunday