York Man Gets Jail After DUI Probation Revoked

By: Associated Press Email
By: Associated Press Email

A 24-year-old York man whose probation for drunken driving was revoked has been given a year in jail.

David Anderson was given five years of probation in 2009 for third-offense drunken driving.

His probation was revoked last year after probation officers
told a judge that Anderson wasn't following the judge's order.

Judge Michael Owens last week sentenced Anderson to a year in jail, minus 42 days for time already served.

Published reports reveal Anderson told the judge, "I'm not a punk,
but I've made bad decisions about alcohol, I have problems with
it."


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