Friday, March 15, 2013

Beer Leads to Arrest
It is 21 or nothing for those who sell alcohol, but the anger over the age limit caused one woman a trip to jail. Church Hill Officers say they responded to two women arguing the store manager of Food City. The manager informed officers that Kayla Brooke Johnson and another female entered the food city and tried to purchase beer. Johnson was at the time two days short of turning twenty-one...when the manager refused to let her buy it...she attempted to go through the self-checkout line to get it. While police was speaking with the manager Johnson jumped into a red truck and sped away on 11w...officers located her a short time later and she was charged with reckless driving and driving with a suspended license. (cc)

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