GUILTY GA - Elliot Savary, 14, killed in his bed by drunk driver, Cobb County, 8 June 2008

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  1. noZme

    noZme Active Member

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  3. Taximom

    Taximom Former Member

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    This is so horrible. She should not be free on bond at all. :mad: That poor sister. She will probably not be able to sleep well for a long time. :(
     
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    noZme Active Member

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    Apparently this woman makes it a habit to drink and drive. :furious:

    http://www.wsbtv.com./news/16546235/detail.html

    COBB COUNTY, Ga. -- The driver accused of killing a sleeping 14-year-old boy when she plowed her pickup truck into his bedroom has at least 2 DUI convictions among a history of five arrests, WSB-TV Channel 2 has learned.
     
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    noZme Active Member

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    Bond raised to $100k for driver

    Janet L Easom smelled of alcohol, couldn't walk on her own according to arrest warrant

    Atlanta Journal Constitution
    "Published on: 06/08/08

    Janet L Easom mselled of alcohol, coundn't walk on her own according to arrest warrant
    Bond was raised to $100,000 on Monday for a woman accused of being drunk when she drove a pickup truck through a Powder Springs home early Sunday, killing a sleeping teenager.
    Bond was initially set Sunday at $35,000 for Janette L. Eason, but it was nearly tripled Monday morning by Cobb County Chief Magistrate Frank Cox, Cobb sheriff's spokeswoman Nancy Bodiford said. Someone would have to put up $10,000 for Eason to be released from the county jail, where she was still being held Monday.
    Bodiford gave no reason for the increase in bond and didn't say why the matter went to Cox for reconsideration.
    But relatives of Elliot Savary, the 14-year-old killed when Eason's Ford F-250 plowed through his home, had protested the initial bond amount, which would have enabled Eason to leave jail with a $3,500 payment on her behalf."

    http://www.ajc.com/cobb/content/metro/cobb/stories/2008/06/08/teenkilled_0609_web.html?cxntlid=homepage_tab_newstab

    before fatal collision driver hit stop sign & series of mailboxes:
    http://projects.ajc.com/maps/metro/cobb/fatal-drive/

    Booking Report:
    http://www.wsbtv.com/download/2008/0609/16547407.pdf
     
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    fyi: this story is on nancy grace tonight
     
  8. nappy2

    nappy2 Have you kissed your cat today?

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    That is the strangest thing I have heard about for a long time!!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
  9. southcitymom

    southcitymom New Member

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    I live in Cobb County. Such a sad, sad story. My prayers for everyone involved.
     
  10. CAgirlatheart

    CAgirlatheart New Member

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    Unfortunately, until penalties against DUI/DWI cases get much stiffer (mandatory jail time even for a first offense), many of these "accidents" will continue to happen.

    There was a guy here who killed a family of 4 in a DUI accident. He got life in prison, but it was learned that he'd been arrested over 20 times for DUI and didn't even have a valid license (as if that would stop a habitual drunk anyway).
     
  11. nappy2

    nappy2 Have you kissed your cat today?

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    I dont understand why people cant stay at home if they want to get drunk! I know where I live the cops are more worried about seat belt than DUI !
     
  12. OkieGranny

    OkieGranny New Member Staff Member Forum Coordinators

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    From May 2010:

    http://mdjonline.com/bookmark/73960...led-boy-14-gets-woman-10-more-years-in-prison

     

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