CLINTON (CBS) – A van driver from Leominster will serve time after taking a blind student for a drunken joy ride.

Michael Tantillo, 41, was sentenced to concurrent sentences of one year and one month after an October kidnapping and drunk driving incident.

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On October 17, Tantillo was supposed to take a 15-year-old blind boy home from school in Watertown, but instead, he drove around drunk for three hours before finally arriving at the boy’s Clinton home.

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Tantillo allegedly did not have a valid license when the incident occurred, and police were waiting to take him into custody when he finally brought the boy home.

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The Worcester District Attorney’s office has said time he already served will count toward his sentence.