Carl Stanley Woolwine
a.m. the a tops The report to Miss what to Court Records Read Wrong; Not All Defendants In Jail the There aren't as many people in Naples city jail as reported in Tuesday's Daily News. Actually, Actually, of the five persons reported to have received jail terms in city court, only two in fact did. The erroneous report was the result of Incorrectly reading dispositions on each of the defendants' tickets. Here's how the story should have read: Boyd C. Mullins, 26, of P.O. Box 357, fined a total of $350, and sentenced to 60 days in jail. He was fined $250 by Judge L. N. Ingram for driving while intoxicated and also given the jail term because it was mandatory. The $100 tine was for careless driving. Both charges stem from Mullins' arrest by city police Dec. 3 on U.S 41 near Third Avenue S., following an auto accident, according to police. But that's not the end of the Mullins story. Judge Ingram permits Mullins to leave city jail each day at 7 a.m. to go to work so he can support his family. Mullins returns to jail each night at 7 p.m. and also remains in jail from 7 p.m. Fridays until 7 a.m. Mondays. Carl Stanley Woolwine of Silver Springs, Md., was reportedly fined $250 and given 50 days in jail for wilful and wanton reckless driving The fine was correctly reported, but Woolwine received no jail sentence. How the error occurred was that the reporter picked up the fine imposed which was on the ticket as well as the number of days the defendant would have to serve in jail if the fine was not paid. Woolwine, police report, has paid his fine and is not in jail. In the case of Riley N. Brack, 1197 22nd Ave. who reportedly was fined $225 and jailed for 30 days on a charge of speeding as a third offender, the jail sentence sentence in fact was 10 days, five o which were suspended. Judge Ingram further pointec out that Brack had appeared i Driver Charged In Fatal Wreck Near Poincrana city court no less than six in the past 20 months on offenses. Marvin R. Hendry of Goodland, reported to have been fined JIM) and sentenced Â·30 days in jail for driving miles an hour in a 45 mph also did not receive a jail The jail sentence would have been Imposed If he failed to his fine. Again, no jail term was to Leonard 0. Berlinski of 12th Ave. S. who was charged with having no inspection sticker, no valid license tag failing to appear in court. He was reportedly fined $150 and given 15 days in jail. In fact, combined fine was $75 and he received no jail term.