Six More Motorists Arrested With Lengthy Driving Histories Out of JailFeatured Stories, News Monday, July 22nd, 2013
Six more local residents who have a combined 112 prior enforcement actions on their driving records and convictions have been arrested and are out of jail after posting bond.
29 year old Robert Farr of College Station was arrested Friday night for DWI on Welsh near Nueces. His arrest report shows 21 active suspensions in the last four years. He’s also out on bond awaiting trial on a charge of attempted robbery, accused of being outside a College Station apartment last November where an occupant inside was shot and killed.
Also in College Station, a registered sex offender arrested last November for driving with an invalid license was stopped then arrested by the same officer Saturday morning on Dartmouth near Southwest Parkway. There are 19 actions on the driving record of 44 year old Elijah Vasquez of College Station.
A deputy constable from Brazos County Precinct 4 stopped 27 year old Tracy Ratliff of Bryan Friday morning for speeding on Villa Maria near Highway 47. Ratliff, whose record includes 21 priors, was arrested for driving with an invalid license.
Friday night in Bryan at West 28th and South Drive, police stopped a car that didn’t have a light working over the rear license plate. 22 year old Lino Sotelo of Bryan was arrested for driving with an invalid license. He has 17 priors in the last five years.
Another Bryan officer stopped a car Friday at Martin Luther King Jr. Drive and Pierce for displaying two different registrations and failing to signal with 100 feet of the intersection. 24 year old Don Williams Jr., who has 14 priors, was arrested for driving with a suspended license.
And about 3 in the morning on Saturday on Texas in Bryan north of Highway 21, police spotted a black car going 60 in a 45 without its headlights. 29 year old Dominic Rice of Bryan was arrested for DWI. His record over the last six years listed ten enforcement actions and ten prior convictions.
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