some folks don't read or don't focus on what is written.
He was on administrative leave. He had not been punished. He had not been found guilty of anything yet.
He chose to walk. Now follow this train of thought.
He resigned from the force. He gets a good lawyer who has the DWI reduced or thrown out.
He is then free to seek another position in law enforcement.
He may be more on the ball then he is given credit for.
But seriosuly, after the incident in Vance County where local authorities overlooked the DWI of a Trooper Captain, and they all eventually lost their jobs, does anyone think law enforcement will put their jobs on the line by looking the other way?
He was 2 hours or more from Brunswick County. Was he beginning a drive to return? Think about that; over 2 hours on I-40 and then south on 17 into Brunswick County. Would you really want him on the interstate, doing 70 or better, with any alcohol in his system?
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