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Ada Taylor - Traffic chase episode reminds judge of movie By...
Traffic chase episode reminds judge of movie By CAROLYN RIEGEL journal-News Writer OXFORD - Fear of College Corner Police Chief Marvin Dean caused Miss Ada M. Taylor, 21, College Corner, to flee when the officer stopped her for speeding, she told Judge Clem F, Imfeld Jr. in Butler County Area One Court Monday. Miss Taylor was stopped by Chief Dean for going 41 miles per hour in a 25 mile per hour zone in College Corner. She said when she got out of her car he told her he could handcuff and arrest the Oxford corporation limits, sped north on U.S. 27 and turned right on Todd Road. Oxford Officer Terry McClary also joined the chase. She was stopped on County Line Street in College Corner by Union County Sheriff George Sexton. When she refused to go with Chief Dean, Officer McClary brought her back to the Oxford Police Department. "This case reminds me of the movie Alice's Restaurant," said Judge Imfeld. "I've been expecting expecting someone to hand me her and when he told her to a picture with squares and eel into the cruiser she got arrows drawn on it." - · ' ' He fined Miss Taylor $16 and costs for speeding and on the charge of eluding an officer she was fined $50 and back into her car and drove off. Chief Dean pursued her south on U.S. 27 radioed Oxford police for help. Dean and Oxford officer Philip Conrad testified Miss Taylor made a U-lurn on U.S. 27 in costs and sentenced to three Mrs. Martha May Taylor, College Corner, mother of Miss Taylor, was fined $15 and costs with $10 suspended for good behavior for a parking violation. was nol cited by the officer. Attorney Robert Fryman represented both women. Douglas W. Slubbs, 19, Miami University student from Warren, was fined and costs and sentenced to three days in the county for shoplifting a pair of booties from the Village Discount Center. The fine and two of the days were suspended. In speeding cases Ronald A. Pater, 478 Wyoming Fairfield, was fined $19 costs; Patrick A. Reece, 1190 Old Oxford Road, Hamilton, was fined S17 days in jail with the fine and costs; Gregory G. days suspended for good 4050 Shank Road, Hamilton, behavior. was fined $18 and costs.

Clipped from The Journal News06 Mar 1973, TuePage 7

The Journal News (Hamilton, Ohio)06 Mar 1973, TuePage 7
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