In Idaho, a former mayor is facing felony DUI charges. He has had two misdemeanor DUI convictions within the last ten years, which can result in a felony charge.
KETCHUM, Idaho (AP) – An Idaho man convicted twice of misdemeanor drunken driving now faces a felony in Blaine County, where he served as Bellevue’s mayor for five years before resigning in June.
The Idaho Mountain Express reports 54-year-old Jon Anderson has been ordered to appear Dec. 13 in court.
Police say Anderson was pulled over in September by a deputy who knew his driver’s license was suspended because of a pending DUI charge in nearby Lincoln County.
Anderson was convicted of the misdemeanor on Nov. 24.
He has a 2005 misdemeanor DUI conviction in Blaine County.
A driver with two prior DUI convictions in a 10-year span can be charged with a felony, under… continue reading
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