San Antonio law enforcement officials said Dec. 6 they are formally proceeding with a driving while intoxicated case against District 10 City Council Member Clayton Perry, the latest result from a vehicular hit-and-run that allegedly involved Perry in early November.

The San Antonio Police Department and Bexar County District Attorney’s Office provided a joint statement, according to prosecutors who are now reviewing the at-large DWI case and an arrest charge of failure to stop and give information to see if both cases can be proven “beyond reasonable doubt.”

Perry on Nov. 14 announced an indefinite leave of absence from his duties as an elected local official following his arrest stemming from a Nov. 6 incident where he allegedly hit another car while driving home.

The council on Dec. 1 voted to appoint former Council Member Mike Gallagher as Perry’s temporary replacement and interim council representative for District 10.

Local law enforcement officials said Perry’s court arraignment is scheduled for Dec. 12.

“If accepted, information will be filed, and the case will be sent to court for prosecution,” the statement said.