Thursday, December 9, 2010

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had no net service for a week

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Willie Nelson Busted in Texas for Pot
Country music legend Willie Nelson has been arrested once again for marijuana possession after six ounces of pot was found on his tour bus. Because this bust was in Texas and was "felony weight" some observers believe he might actually be facing jail time. One thing is for sure, the 77-year-old singer's mug shot is not getting any better.

Faith Evans Pleads No Contest to Reckless Driving
Grammy-winning singer Faith Evans, widow of Notorious BIG, dodged drunk driving charges when she was allowed to plead no contest to a lesser charge of reckless driving in Los Angeles. Evans, 37, was arrested after being stopped at a Marina del Rey checkpoint.

Ohio Man Arrested For 12th DUI
When 45-year-old Kelly Dorler was arrested on Thanksgiving Day for drunk driving, he was familiar with the process. It was his 12th arrest for operating a vehicle while intoxicated. Police say Dorler was stopped after a citizen called police to report his erratic driving.

Georgia Police Seize Meth Worth $45 Million
Police in Norcross, a suburb of Atlanta, are claiming one of the largest meth seizures in history after they found 933 pounds of methamphetamine in the home of Jose Galvez-Vela, 33, of Weslaco, Texas. Investigators are searching for other suspects in the case.

Driver Claims Engine Failure Caused Crash
A New York man facing trial for driving drunk and running down and killing a pregnant woman on a sidewalk told a jury that he lost control of his vehicle because the engine failed just before he killed Ysemny Ramos. It had nothing to do with the three beers and the shot of cognac he had prior to the incident, he said.

Man Gets 12 Years in Fatal DUI Crash
The first time Cesar Acosta-Castillo crashed his car on Sept. 9, 2009, it wasn't enough to get his attention. He kept driving until he collided with another vehicle, killing 45-year-old Leah Miller. Acosta-Castillo was sentenced to 12 years in prison this week for vehicular homicide.
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Anonymous said...

Happy Birthday old friend!