Cody Posey Arrested Again

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Since: Sep 08

usa

#85 Oct 17, 2008
Face off wrote:
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Eddie, Billy Bob,Joe,Clint,Sam.
See ya at the car wash.
eddie who? eddie goerge? see me at the car wash? come on buddy how old are you 16? that place is for little boys but if you think billy bob joe clint sam and eddie are that bad tell me what day and what time and ill see you there little boy.
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Sulphur, OK

#86 Oct 17, 2008
Posey must send apology letter to family

Mary Madewell
The Paris News

Published July 02, 2006

Cody Posey, 19, who jurors found guilty Thursday on two counts of criminally negligent homicide with a deadly weapon, is to send a letter of apology to his victims’ family as well as Christmas cards each of the five years of his probation.

Those are two of six conditions of probation 6th District Judge Jim Lovett scheduled Friday.

Posey also is ordered to take a defensive driving course within 90 days and sponsor two high school students to take the course in memory of two people killed in a 2004 vehicle accident.

The judge banned Posey from the possession of firearms and ordered him to perform a minimum 400 hours of community service.

Marie “Tudy Girl” McDonald, 54, and her grandson, Kevontre “Keke” McDonald, 3, were killed shortly before Christmas in 2004 on a snowy afternoon on FM 195. The woman’s son and the child’s father, Kevin McDonald, was the driver of a car involved in the accident and had stopped for a turn when Posey’s vehicle collided with the car from behind.

Testimony in the trial, which began Monday, ended shortly after noon on Wednesday. Jurors brought back a guilty verdict about 5:30 p.m. After a brief punishment phase, jurors sentenced Posey to five years probation.

Prosecutors had indicated they might request the judge limit the type of vehicle Posey could drive, but the judge set no vehicle limitation. Posey had been driving a truck with a high lift kit on the day of the accident.

“We believe by Mr. Posey’s actions and the condition of his truck on that day that this was more than a tragic accident,” Lamar County and District Attorney Gary Young said.“This was negligence. The jury agreed and justice was served both on the guilt/innocence angle and in his punishment.”

First assistant prosecutor Lloyd Whelchel, who tried the case, agreed.

“The people of this county believe you owe a duty of care and responsibility when you drive,” Whelchel said.“By their verdict, the jury showed they will hold you responsible when you’re negligent.”

Criminally negligent homicide is a state jail felony, punishable by up to two years in a penitentiary.
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Sulphur, OK

#87 Oct 17, 2008
Trial ends with tears on both sides
By Mary Madewell
The Paris News
Published June 29, 2006
A tearful ending to a tragic event describes the scene in Lamar County District Courtroom Wednesday when a teenager convicted in the 2004 death of a woman and her grandson and the mother of the child embraced.
A jury had just convicted Cody Posey, 19, on two counts of criminally negligent homicide with a deadly weapon in the death of Marie “Tudy Girl” McDonald, 54, and Kevontre “Keke” McDonald, 3.
Tokqina Edwards, the mother of the child, addressed Posey after a jury gave him two years probation, according to Allan Hubbard with the district attorney’s office. Hubbard witnessed the trial.
“Every time you hold your daughter, I want you to think about my son,” Hubbard reported Edwards saying as she looked across the room at Posey.
“I don’t want you to go to prison, and I am glad you are not going,” Hubbard said she added.“I do need an apology from you.”
Judge Jim Lovett, who will set the terms of probation at 1 p.m. Friday, dismissed the courtroom.
Immediately, Posey walked from his defense table to the young mother and apologized to her, Hubbard said. The two embraced, and later Posey handed his baby girl to Kevin McDonald, the deceased child’s father and the driver of the vehicle Posey collided with shortly before Christmas 2004 on a snowy afternoon on FM 195.
“The two families blended together in sobs and hugs,” Hubbard said.“It was a beautiful moment.”
Testimony on the trial, which began Monday, ended shortly after noon on Wednesday. Shortly before 5 p.m. Lovett asked the jury to make a decision if possible because of other trials scheduled for Thursday, Hubbard said. About 30 minutes later, the jury returned with a guilty verdict.
During the punishment phase, prosecutor Lloyd Whelchel reminded the jury to take notice that at the time of the accident Posey had pending evading arrest charges against him from an event that occurred 10 days prior to the fatal accident, Hubbard said. The prosecution produced no new evidence.
During the trial, prosecution presented video footage of Posey being arrested after evading a Lamar County Sheriff Department deputy on a four wheeler.
Defense attorney James Rodgers put Posey’s mother and father on the stand during the punishment phase, which lasted about 30 minutes. The parents testified that if given probation, their son would have family to surround him and make sure he complies with the conditions of probation, Hubbard said.
Whelchel, assisted in prosecution by his wife, Sherry Whelchel, did not ask for a prison sentence.
“He was eligible for probation because he had no prior felony convictions,” Hubbard explained.“Everyone was in agreement it was not intentional but that negligence was involved, and that two people died.”
Hubbard said he anticipates prosecutors will ask Lovett to make it a condition of probation that Posey not drive a truck with a high lift kit.
It was such a truck, sometimes referred to as “ a monster truck” that plowed over the McDonald car three days before Christmas in December of 2004.
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Sulphur, OK

#88 Oct 17, 2008
sorry for double posts

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Since: Sep 08

usa

#89 Oct 17, 2008
Posey walked from his defense table to the young mother and apologized to her, Hubbard said. The two embraced, and later Posey handed his baby girl to Kevin McDonald, the deceased child’s father and the driver of the vehicle Posey collided with shortly before Christmas 2004 on a snowy afternoon on FM 195.
“The two families blended together in sobs and hugs,” Hubbard said.“It was a beautiful moment.” now if the family has nothing against him and there the ones that lost family members, why do all you people have to talk shit about him? he is a good person with a big heart and he would do anything for anyone so just leave him alone! this is none of you business. thank you.

“i am me”

Since: Sep 08

usa

#90 Oct 17, 2008
and they never told him hey couldnt have a truck with a lift on it. they were trying make that a term but never did. and if they had, then him driving one would be a violation, and he would have been in jail a long time ago. and as you can see above the other family didnt want him to go to prison. yea the cops did think he was drinking and tried to find any reason that might make him responsible for the wreck. but they didnt find anything. he wasnt drinking, some people might think he was driving crazy or whatever. i dont care what you think. IT WAS AN ACCIDENT! THE MCDONALD FAMILY KNEW THAT. THATS WHY THEY DIDNT WANT HIM TO GET PRISON TIME. "ACCIDENT" it happens. and yes my heart goes out to them. and i cant imagine how they felt but i know cody would never harm anyone on perpose. especially a little kid. and if any of you knew him personally you would agree with that.

Since: Oct 08

Lomita, CA

#91 Oct 17, 2008
anon wrote:
<quoted text>yes he was ordered by the judge that he was not to have another vehicle of that nature,but as they walked out of court that day "his mother made the comment that she would get him a BIGGER BETTER one"she sure set a great example.....guess she will have to send the christmas cards for her little boy
I've read everything said on here up until I read this one && this is the first one that has just set me off completely! It shouldn't matter how big
his trucks are, I mean what is the big problem. It doesn't change anything about how the truck drives, runs or anything like that. So he likes big trucks big effin deal, some people ride around with huge rims && tires on old cadillacs but one says anything about that. Oh and as for talking about Shirley, she's the LAST person ANYONE should be bad mouthing. I have been friends with Cody && his little brother Clint for years so I know all of them very very well. If my kids had been treated the way hers have by the police I would be the same way she is, && they were being harrasssed my the police && game warden long before that accident out on 195!

Since: Oct 08

Lomita, CA

#92 Oct 17, 2008
ur full of it wrote:
First of all he was driving too fast like he always does and second, since when should someone not be allowed to stop in the road to turn without some spoiled little bich running over them in a truck that isn't even street leagl? He always drives like an idiot and he should be the one dead, not the other two. Trust me, he is an accident waiting to happen. You must be stupid to buy into the logic that it was someone else's fault that he was too ignorant to slow down in an ice storm.
WOW MOTHER EFFIN WOW...how can you sit there && say that he should be the one dead! I would NEVER EVER say that ANYONE should be dead no matter what they did. I guess that shows what kind of person you are!

“i am me”

Since: Sep 08

usa

#93 Oct 17, 2008
Cibil War wrote:
Maybe if Posey had not been treated as some kind of victim when he killed the grandmother and the baby, he wouldn't still be a danger on the roads. Maybe if Gary Young hadnt decided he didn't need time but just a slap on the wrist, he wouldn't still be a danger to others. Wonder what his punishment will be this time, write an extra Christmas card?
all you do is start threads on here and get ppl fighing over crap then dissappear.....
Face Off

Paris, TX

#94 Oct 17, 2008
FaBuLoUs08 wrote:
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eddie who? eddie goerge? see me at the car wash? come on buddy how old are you 16? that place is for little boys but if you think billy bob joe clint sam and eddie are that bad tell me what day and what time and ill see you there little boy.
Friday night. Tonight. 10:00.
well

Paris, TX

#95 Oct 17, 2008
lala wrote:
yall all need to shut up , cody is a great guy and would never mean to hurt anyone!
Nobody said he meant to hurt them just that he did.
well

Paris, TX

#96 Oct 17, 2008
FaBuLoUs08 wrote:
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what do u mean he wasnt familiar with the truck? he had been driving it for 2 yrs. and he hit the car because the guy hit his brakes real hard because he just missed his turn. im not trying to say it was the other guys fault im just saying it was an accident.
He told the da that that was the first time he drove the truck so was he lying then or are you lying now.
well

Paris, TX

#97 Oct 17, 2008
FaBuLoUs08 wrote:
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ok how do you know he was at the girls house? and if your so smart then you know that 17 is legal in texas and his little girl has a moma! no one said she was with him all the time. is everyone with there kids 24/7 i dont think so. its not a crime for him to drink a beer. no he shouldnt have been driving but thats a mistake he made not you so dont fuckin worry about it! and you dont know shit about his mom shes a very nice person and like a mother to me so watch your mouth!
17 is not legal for alcohol.
hey yall

Paris, TX

#98 Oct 17, 2008
FaBuLoUs08 wrote:
Posey walked from his defense table to the young mother and apologized to her, Hubbard said. The two embraced, and later Posey handed his baby girl to Kevin McDonald, the deceased child’s father and the driver of the vehicle Posey collided with shortly before Christmas 2004 on a snowy afternoon on FM 195.
“The two families blended together in sobs and hugs,” Hubbard said.“It was a beautiful moment.” now if the family has nothing against him and there the ones that lost family members, why do all you people have to talk shit about him? he is a good person with a big heart and he would do anything for anyone so just leave him alone! this is none of you business. thank you.
because the next time,,,,it might be someone in my family,,and i WONT be so forgiving if he is being careless when it happens,he didnt learn from this horrible accident.him killing someone may not have been intentional,but his driving drunk WAS!!!!

“i am me”

Since: Sep 08

usa

#99 Oct 17, 2008
hey yall wrote:
<quoted text>because the next time,,,,it might be someone in my family,,and i WONT be so forgiving if he is being careless when it happens,he didnt learn from this horrible accident.him killing someone may not have been intentional,but his driving drunk WAS!!!!
well u know what, how about you take that up w him IF it ever happens but untill then how about you shut ur f*ckin mouth

“i am me”

Since: Sep 08

usa

#100 Oct 17, 2008
Face Off wrote:
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Friday night. Tonight. 10:00.
ill b there
hey yall

Paris, TX

#101 Oct 17, 2008
now i agree that he should have gone to prison for that accident,because it was not intentional,but those big trucks are harder to control,they are not "like other vehicles",so one must be careful and responsible when they drive one.but now hes drivinga jacked up hummer,got a dwi.the accident SHOLUD HAVE taught him a leeson about just how fast something bad can happen.maybe it was not intentional,but he was careless.and as far as the police "trying to find a way to make him responsible?"when you hit someone from behind its your fault.even if the car in front of you just hits his brakes all of a sudden and stops in the middle of the road,or fails to use a turn signal,if you rear end someone you are at fault,you should have been driving slow enough and far enough from them to be able to stop your vehicle without hitting them.so he WAS responsible for it.like i said,when guys,and girls get on their 4 wheelers,they like to cut up and have fun,driving fast,muddin or whatever,same thing for the "big trucks"they like to play and have fun,there was snow and ice on the road that day,he was in a big truck,he was a teenager,you and everyone else knows he was out playing,and not paying enough attention to what he was doing.if he got a dwi,that means he was driving drunk,what if he had hurt someone else?he needs to grow up,and realize "that it can happen to you"and it already did once,does he want to aagin,or does he even care,because it sure dont look like he cares,if hes willing to take a chance at hurting someone

“i am me”

Since: Sep 08

usa

#103 Oct 17, 2008
hey yall wrote:
now i agree that he should have gone to prison for that accident,because it was not intentional,but those big trucks are harder to control,they are not "like other vehicles",so one must be careful and responsible when they drive one.but now hes drivinga jacked up hummer,got a dwi.the accident SHOLUD HAVE taught him a leeson about just how fast something bad can happen.maybe it was not intentional,but he was careless.and as far as the police "trying to find a way to make him responsible?"when you hit someone from behind its your fault.even if the car in front of you just hits his brakes all of a sudden and stops in the middle of the road,or fails to use a turn signal,if you rear end someone you are at fault,you should have been driving slow enough and far enough from them to be able to stop your vehicle without hitting them.so he WAS responsible for it.like i said,when guys,and girls get on their 4 wheelers,they like to cut up and have fun,driving fast,muddin or whatever,same thing for the "big trucks"they like to play and have fun,there was snow and ice on the road that day,he was in a big truck,he was a teenager,you and everyone else knows he was out playing,and not paying enough attention to what he was doing.if he got a dwi,that means he was driving drunk,what if he had hurt someone else?he needs to grow up,and realize "that it can happen to you"and it already did once,does he want to aagin,or does he even care,because it sure dont look like he cares,if hes willing to take a chance at hurting someone
neither you nor i was in that truck with him that night so you can not sit there and say that we all know what he was doing, thats bullsh*t! you have so much to say on this stupid website but if you have such a BIG problem with him then why dont you just say something to him about all this?? the wreck was/is not your buisness so dont talk sh*t about what you know nothing about,
and as far as the other family getting a bunch of money to ask for a light sentence, thats BS too! i think the pain of loosing a child is not something you can just get paid to basicallly forget, thats stupid of you to even say!
aint been nuttin but bad

Paris, TX

#104 Oct 17, 2008
FaBuLoUs08 wrote:
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neither you nor i was in that truck with him that night so you can not sit there and say that we all know what he was doing, thats bullsh*t! you have so much to say on this stupid website but if you have such a BIG problem with him then why dont you just say something to him about all this?? the wreck was/is not your buisness so dont talk sh*t about what you know nothing about,
and as far as the other family getting a bunch of money to ask for a light sentence, thats BS too! i think the pain of loosing a child is not something you can just get paid to basicallly forget, thats stupid of you to even say!
youre right i wasnt there,but i do know someone that was on the jury,that heard the facts,,not just yours and codys so called facts,but the evidence,and i never said the family was "paid off"all im saying is he should have learnes how in a blink of an eye something bad can happen,at any place anytime to anyone.he lost control of that vehicle,maybe if it had been a normal vehicle it might not have been so bad,then again maybe it would have been worse,i do not know.but i know the bigger a vehicle is,the harder it is to control.thats just commen sense.im not saying hes a bad person,but he DOES need to learn responsibility.and start being responsible,,,him getting drunk then driving,could have led to another tragedy.
poseys a loser

Paris, TX

#105 Oct 17, 2008
FaBuLoUs08 wrote:
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neither you nor i was in that truck with him that night so you can not sit there and say that we all know what he was doing, thats bullsh*t! you have so much to say on this stupid website but if you have such a BIG problem with him then why dont you just say something to him about all this?? the wreck was/is not your buisness so dont talk sh*t about what you know nothing about,
and as far as the other family getting a bunch of money to ask for a light sentence, thats BS too! i think the pain of loosing a child is not something you can just get paid to basicallly forget, thats stupid of you to even say!
Why dont you ever respond about where his little girl has been during any of this?"I mean YOU being the good friend and all"When he was driving drunk the other night? where was the child?No matter how you post it print it shout it the fact is" HE NEEDS TO BE PUT AWAY BECAUSE HE WAS NOT AT HOME BEING A DADDY" He was out trying to get in some little 17 year olds pants.

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