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April 23, 2014

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Woman Driver, 34, Faces 10th 'Suspended' Charge

Originally published: 2013-02-02 00:17:51
Last modified: 2013-02-02 00:20:58
 


A suspended license evidently does little to keep 34-year-old Pamela Yvonne Martinez, of 411 Volunteer St., off the roads, according to the Greeneville Police Department.

She has been arrested for driving on a suspended license -- 10th offense.

Officer Roy Milton reported that he was about to make a left turn onto Emory Street from the East Andrew Johnson Highway on Tuesday when a blue Pontiac driven by Martinez "darted out to pass in traffic, almost hitting" Milton.

According to the report, Milton took out a warrant for Martinez's 10th offense, knowing that she was reportedly just charged with 8th and 9th offenses on Jan. 21.

Martinez had been arrested on Jan. 21, with bond set at $14,000, according to a police report.

She was scheduled to appear in General Sessions Court on Jan. 23. According to the Sheriff's Department's records, Martinez posted bond on that day.

As of this morning, Martinez was back at the Greene County Detention Center on $6,000 bond.

 
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