Michigan state Rep. Jewell Jones, D-Inkster, had his bond revoked by a judge and was taken into custody on Tuesday after he violated bond terms for a third time.
Jones was previously out on bond after an alleged drunken driving crash occurred earlier this year in Livingston County.
“I am one to believe in graduated sanctions and not jailing this man until sentencing, but I am going to revoke bond at this time,” said Livingston County Circuit Judge Michael Hatty, according to the Detroit News.
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Jones, who is 26-years-old, has an alcohol tether, which detects the presence of alcohol in a person’s sweat. According to court records, Jones’ tether showed alcohol in his system at three different times on S
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