WASHINGTON — Sen. Michael Crapo, R-Idaho, who is widely expected to serve as ranking member on the Senate Banking Committee in the new Congress, pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor drunken driving charge on Friday.

The Idaho Republican was sentenced to 180 days, all of them suspended, and must pay a $250 fine. He was arrested on Dec. 23 for driving above the legal blood alcohol limit after being pulled over for running a red traffic light in Alexandria, Va.

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