Whitestown council member arrested

Whitestown council member arrested

There are 10 comments on the The Indianapolis Star story from Aug 1, 2007, titled Whitestown council member arrested. In it, The Indianapolis Star reports that:

A state trooper arrested Whitestown Town Council member Carla Jackson on charges of driving while intoxicated and driving with a suspended license.

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Scooter57

United States

#1 Aug 1, 2007
What is it with Boone County & driving drunk all the time???
And she ll get NOTHING

Fishers, IN

#3 Aug 1, 2007
and like it.

I think Mrs. Carla Jackson should get locked up for a month. No parol and no cookie.
Fred

United States

#4 Aug 1, 2007
to drunk redneck

you even give red necks a bad name...

Since: Mar 07

Alexandria, KY

#5 Aug 1, 2007
Why such a long time until her trial date ? Are the Boone County courts that backed up with DWI cases ? Good job officer ......
willy

AOL

#6 Aug 1, 2007
is this the same state police officer that is running for town council against Carla Jackson sounds aweful fishy to me
boone county res

Indianapolis, IN

#7 Aug 1, 2007
willy wrote:
is this the same state police officer that is running for town council against Carla Jackson sounds aweful fishy to me
ok so are you implying that it was somehow "set up" and is untrue that she was driving 80 mph with a blood alcohol level of .12 *and she drove for three miles with flashing lights behind her before realizing that she was even being pulled over? there is nothing "fishy" about it. seems pretty cut and dry to me...

*pick up a copy of the lebanon reporter for more details. there were a few things in there that were not in the star.
Boone County Resident

AOL

#8 Aug 1, 2007
Mrs. Jackson

RESIGN !!!!!!!!!!
concerned resident

AOL

#9 Aug 1, 2007
boone county res wrote:
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ok so are you implying that it was somehow "set up" and is untrue that she was driving 80 mph with a blood alcohol level of .12 *and she drove for three miles with flashing lights behind her before realizing that she was even being pulled over? there is nothing "fishy" about it. seems pretty cut and dry to me...
*pick up a copy of the lebanon reporter for more details. there were a few things in there that were not in the star.
Because we know that everything printed in the Lebanon Reporter is always accurate and true.
boone county res

Indianapolis, IN

#10 Aug 2, 2007
concerned resident wrote:
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Because we know that everything printed in the Lebanon Reporter is always accurate and true.
ever heard of a dash cam?
Whatever

Kenosha, WI

#12 Aug 3, 2007
boone county res wrote:
<quoted text>
ok so are you implying that it was somehow "set up" and is untrue that she was driving 80 mph with a blood alcohol level of .12 *and she drove for three miles with flashing lights behind her before realizing that she was even being pulled over? there is nothing "fishy" about it. seems pretty cut and dry to me...
*pick up a copy of the lebanon reporter for more details. there were a few things in there that were not in the star.
You mean the Lebanon Liar

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