Women Charged With DORL For 10th Time
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• Teresa Lester was charged with her 10th offense of driving on a revoked license on April 23 by Assistant Chief Kevin Mooneyham. Initial court date is May 10.

• Brandy Hall was charged with DUI 1st Offense on April 23 by Chief Tony Burnett. She was stopped for failure to maintain lane and failed field sobriety tests. Initial court date is June 14.

• Aaron Brewer was charged with simple possession of a Schedule II drug on April 22 by Patrolman John Fesmire. Initial court date is June 21.

• Lucas C. Seiver and Mitchell Lee Medley were both charged with underage possession and consumption of alcohol by Sgt. John House on April 22 in the parking lot of Sonic Drive-In. Initial court date is May 10.

• Alyssa Coleman was charged with driving on a suspended license on April 23 by Patrolman Chris Brown. Initial court date is May 10.

• Joseph Matthew Taylor was charged with simple possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia (rolling papers) on April 23 by Sgt. John House.

• Marissa Jean Epps was charged with driving on a suspended license on April 16 by Sgt. John House. Initial court date is May 10.

• Brendon McCoy was charged with driving without a license on April 21 by Patrolman Chris Brown. Initial court date is May 10.

• Christopher Shawn Smith was charged with driving without a license by on April 17 by Patrolman Chris Brown. Initial court date is May 17.

• Joshua Van Reed was charged with driving on a suspended license on April 14 by Sgt. John House. Initial court date is May 10.
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April 28, 2011 at 5:21pm
10 times on DORL,its time for the justice system to stop this.I would think that a 12-15 year prison term would stop it,I am really tired of my taxpayer money being spent on repeat offenders.Judges do your job an give them serious time.
April 29, 2011 at 1:23pm
Ftenpenny I agree with you all the way I know in a situation the judge just slap them on the hand & done nothing this person had 3dui's, evadind arrest & a hit & run I could not believe the judge put them back on the street to hurt themselves or a innocent person....the system is a joke!!!!!
May 02, 2011 at 8:00am
Everyone deserves one second chance, but these repeat offenders need to face serious time, not probation.
May 11, 2011 at 10:03pm
If taking their drivers license won't work, how about having their car painted Jail House orange? Add a wide Pink stripe around the car with the words, Unlicensed Driver ,printed in Black. At least the rest of us might be forwarned of the danger.
June 11, 2011 at 5:30am
it's all about the money!!!!

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