Man caught for the 14th time in E-to...

Man caught for the 14th time in E-town driving on a revoked license?

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Johnson City, TN

#1 Jan 11, 2011
This is terrible. 14 times? When will it stop? Then there are others that get thrown in jail for less things.This could only hapen in wonderful, lovely, so called Bible belt Carter County.
Elmer Gantry

Jonesborough, TN

#2 Jan 11, 2011
And how many times has the Carter County Clerk sold this fellow additional license tags for his vehicles?
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Johnson City, TN

#3 Jan 11, 2011
You are right, Elmer. Like I said only in Carter County would anything like that happen. Some of them are as bad if not worse. ( the ones in office)
curious

United States

#4 Jan 11, 2011
The vehicles belong to his parents, one of which had to be reported stolen. He has wrecked or tore up all of their cars. He stays in and out of jail due to drinking and drugs. He has ruined his parents lives. His poor momma just recently passed away. God rest her soul. Stevie Pritchard needs to be thrown under the jail forever!
whats new

Jonesborough, TN

#5 Jan 11, 2011
When there are folks running around with 7-8-9-10 Offense DUI and this genious (why is he out of jail after 13th offense) You have to wonder do our prosecutors not know TN has an Habitual Motor Offender law? Let Stevie biy get a few years in real prison (prefreably in W Tn) and see how he likes that
karma

Johnson City, TN

#6 Jan 11, 2011
he has driven like an idiot (probably because he is one) since we were in high school. give him 10 years in the big house.
Independent

Johnson City, TN

#7 Jan 12, 2011
He got 125 days according to the press.
cc mamaw

Johnson City, TN

#8 Jan 12, 2011
When did his mom pass away? The last I heard she was still living.
curious

United States

#9 Jan 12, 2011
It's not been long since she passed away, maybe a month or two. Very nice woman.
curious

United States

#10 Jan 12, 2011
Independent wrote:
He got 125 days according to the press.
Not near enough!
cc mamaw

Johnson City, TN

#11 Jan 13, 2011
curious wrote:
It's not been long since she passed away, maybe a month or two. Very nice woman.
Thank you, I looked for her obit but couldn't find it. She is a relative of my husbands. And yes she was a very nice lady.
wondering

Johnson City, TN

#12 Jan 14, 2011
Hadn't heard about his mom. so sad the way he made her worry all these years, not to even mention all the money she spent bailing him out!!
and his sentence shoulda been longer, ppl with his record get by with way 2 much, they're tough on the ones who actually do deserve a second chance & slap the repeat offenders on the hand!! what a great system!!
curious

United States

#13 Jan 16, 2011
I can't believe Judge Walton declared him a 75% habitual motor offender...he should be 100% and spend several years in prison. The heartache and hardship he inflicted on his parents is enormous. May God take care of Susie now, and I hope his father has all charges against him dropped.
crime

Dayton, TN

#14 Jan 16, 2011
curious wrote:
I can't believe Judge Walton declared him a 75% habitual motor offender...he should be 100% and spend several years in prison. The heartache and hardship he inflicted on his parents is enormous. May God take care of Susie now, and I hope his father has all charges against him dropped.
Under Tennessee state law, a Sessions Court Judge can not sentence a defendant at a % higher than 75%. Also a Sessions Court Judge can not find a defendant guilty of an HMO offense because that is a felony.
Snaggletooth

Lebanon, TN

#16 Jan 18, 2011
Someone let me know if you can see this First time user. Thank ya.
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Jonesborough, TN

#17 Jan 19, 2011
crime wrote:
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Under Tennessee state law, a Sessions Court Judge can not sentence a defendant at a % higher than 75%. Also a Sessions Court Judge can not find a defendant guilty of an HMO offense because that is a felony.
Good info to know. Hopefully since is other charges were bound over to the grand jury he will get some real jail time at criminal court.
voter

United States

#18 Jan 20, 2011
This type of corruption isn't new and isn't going away anytime soon in Carter County. County commissioner Steve Lowrance's daughter was recently arrested for driving drunk on the wrong side of the road. She was so out of it, that she didn't even know where she was. It's doubtful that she will learn her lesson either.
iwonder

Columbia, TN

#19 Jan 20, 2011
voter wrote:
This type of corruption isn't new and isn't going away anytime soon in Carter County. County commissioner Steve Lowrance's daughter was recently arrested for driving drunk on the wrong side of the road. She was so out of it, that she didn't even know where she was. It's doubtful that she will learn her lesson either.
When and in what county did this happen?
voter

United States

#20 Jan 20, 2011
Shocked

United States

#21 Jan 21, 2011
Steve seems like such a nice man. His kids must be really spoiled or something. He's been commissioner for a while now - anyone know how long?

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