(Bloomberg) -- Michael Corsi, a Wall Street bond salesman, was arrested by local police in Connecticut early Tuesday morning and charged with driving his Ferrari and carrying a loaded pistol under the influence of alcohol, according to a person with knowledge of the matter.
Corsi referred messages seeking comment to his lawyer, who declined to discuss the arrest. Lt. Stephen Brennan of the Wilton, Connecticut, police department didn’t respond to messages seeking comment.
KeyCorp hired Corsi last year as head of securitized product sales. He previously worked at the Royal Bank of Canada as a senior mortgage bond salesman. A spokeswoman for KeyCorp declined to comment.
Corsi was speeding in his blue Ferrari when an unmarked police car pulled him over, according to the Wilton Daily Voice, a local news outlet that cited police reports. He was given a roadside sobriety test, according to the report, and allegedly had a blood alcohol level that was more than double the legal limit. During his arrest, police say they saw a gun in his back pocket, which he had a permit for. He was also charged with traffic infractions.