The Gate Keeper: This made no damn sense to drink on election day knowing the climate in Sharpsburg.
Sharpsburg’s mayor pleaded guilty Monday to driving while impaired in connection to his election-night arrest.
Robert L. Williams Jr. was sentenced to a day in jail, 24 hours of community service and two years probation.
Williams’ blood alcohol content was .13, according to court records. The legal limit in North Carolina is .08.
Williams was elected May 8 after a court-ordered rematch of the race he lost by three votes in 2017.
Williams appeared to be impaired as he left town hall, which was a Nash County polling site, on election night. (Read more)
Response: Now that explains it, he had to be intoxicated on something to represent the Princeville 3. Damnit now, things just get gooder and gooder in Princeville.
"I was not the town attorney when it occurred," Watts said. "And that doesn’t have anything to do with the quality of service that I provide for the town." Wrong answer. Ignant that is the problem you are not giving the town quality service. You are helping the Princeville 3 run the town in the hole. But I see you have issues so therefore I understand what the people are working with.
So Watts why were you driving a DOT vehicle to a Town of Princeville meeting especially when it is not in the District 5?
"Ignorance will never end. Even those with money can’t buy SENSE!!" Author: Curmilus Dancy II The Political Agitator
TARBORO — Princeville town attorney Charles "Chuck" Watts was due in court twice this month to face traffic violations, including a DWI citation.
According to the North Carolina Court System website, Watts was stopped in Durham County on Aug. 10, 2011. On Thursday, a spokesperson at the Wake County District Court said Watts recorded .08 on the breathalyzer. (More)