A homeless man who was arrested on his fourth DUI cost almost two years in the past after operating a pink gentle, was sentenced to 6 years behind bars.
Thelton Corridor will serve six years in jail after being discovered responsible of felony DUI for his fourth or subsequent offense.
In response to court docket data, earlier than 2019, Corridor had 4 prior driving underneath the affect arrests in 1992, 1996, 2003 and 2005. He additionally had two prior refusals in 2003 and 2005 and two prior driving whereas license suspended or revoked convictions in 1998 and 2005.
In September 2019, Corridor ran a pink gentle with out breaking and nearly collided right into a Marion County Sheriff’s Deputy. The deputy performed a visitors cease and noticed that Corridor had bloodshot, watery eyes and will scent a powerful odor of alcohol coming from the automobile. Corridor refused to take part in subject sobriety workout routines, refused to supply a breath pattern, and declined to reply any questions earlier than deputies decided Corridor’s driver’s license was suspended.
Corridor was charged and convicted at trial of Felony DUI – Fourth or Subsequent Offense, Driving Whereas License Suspended – 1 or Extra Prior Offenses, and Refusal to Undergo a Chemical or Bodily Take a look at. He was sentenced to 6 years in jail and was adjudicated a Routine Felony Offender.