A Maine Correctional Center inmate serving time for a drunken-driving conviction died Wednesday, officials announced Thursday.

Charles Edmond Fulcher, 65, died around 4 a.m. while he was at a relative’s house in Hollis as part of the Windham prison’s Supervised Community Confinement Program, according to Scott Fish, a spokesman for the Department of Corrections.

Fulcher, who was from York County, had served about two years of a three-year, 182-day sentence for operating under the influence.

Maine State Police, the attorney general and the state medical examiner were notified and are reviewing the death, according to corrections officials.

To qualify for the Supervised Community Confinement Program, inmates with sentences of less than five years must have served at least half of the total, with good-behavior time included in the equation.