DELAWARE JUDGES HATE THE PUBLIC WHO PAY THEIR SALARIES; GRAYLON NICHOLS RACKS UP SIXTH DUI ARREST

DELAWARE JUDGES HATE THE PUBLIC WHO PAY THEIR SALARIES; GRAYLON NICHOLS RACKS UP SIXTH DUI ARREST

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LAUREL, DEL. – Another success story of the incompetent and nitwit State of Delaware Judiciary is revealed when Delaware State Police report that they arrested 64-year-old Graylon Nichols, of Seaford, for 6th offense DUI and traffic-related charges on October 4, 2023.  For a driver to allegedly amass six DUIs and not be in prison shows that the Judges of Delaware hate the taxpayers who fund their salaries. When voters select liberal leftists as Governor and socialists appoint their looney pals to the bench, the streets and highways of Delaware become more dangerous.

Maryland State Trooper K. Secrist arrested Graylon Edward Nichols (DOB 03/07/1959) for driving on a revoked out-of-state driver’s permit in Wicomico County on December 11, 2009. The Wicomico County State’s Attorney placed the charge on the Stet Docket in a plea deal.

On October 4, 2023, at approximately 2:48 p.m., State Police said that troopers responded to the intersection of Sussex Highway and Chipman’s Lane in Laurel, Delaware, for a reported hit-and-run crash. Upon arrival, troopers discovered that a black male, later identified as Graylon Nichols, had fled the scene in a Chevrolet Silverado with an undisclosed Delaware registration.

The crash investigation revealed that Nichols failed to maintain his lane while driving southbound on Sussex Highway, causing him to strike two road signs after exiting the east edge of the roadway near Chipman’s Road. His vehicle then crashed into a Jeep Comanche in the median, which was preparing to cross northbound traffic on Sussex Highway. The driver of the Jeep Comanche, a 65-year-old woman from Laurel, Delaware, sustained minor injuries as a result of the crash.

While the crash was being investigated, a trooper patrolling the County Seat Highway and Concord Road area observed the suspect vehicle and initiated a traffic stop on Concord Road. Upon contacting the driver, the trooper smelled a strong odor of alcoholic beverages coming from within the vehicle and noticed that the driver was not wearing his seatbelt. The driver identified himself as Graylon Nichols and produced an identification card to confirm his name. The trooper also noticed signs of impairment while speaking with Nichols and attempted Standardized Field Sobriety Testing, but he refused. Nichols was taken into custody and transported to Troop 5. It was discovered through a computer check that Nichols had previously been convicted of DUI five times. Nichols was charged with the following crimes:

  • 6th offense DUI (Felony)
  • Vehicular Assault Second
  • Numerous traffic-related charges

Nichols was arraigned by Justice of the Peace Court 2 and committed to Sussex Correctional Institution on a $6,303 cash bond.

Maryland State Trooper K. Secrist arrested Graylon Edward Nichols (DOB 03/07/1959) for driving on a revoked out-of-state driver’s permit in Wicomico County on December 11, 2009. The Wicomico County State’s Attorney placed the charge on the Stet Docket in a plea deal.

ROY BROWN NOW UP FOR A SEVENTH CONVICTION FOR DUI IN DELAWARE

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REHOBETH, DEL. – The ignorance of the Judges of Delaware in continuing to let dangerous drivers prey on the people using public roads by failing to jail them is in itself a criminal act.

Delaware State Police reported that they arrested 61-year-old Roy Brown of Millsboro, Delaware, for the 7th offense of DUI following a traffic stop on Sunday evening in Rehoboth Beach.

On October 1, 2023, at approximately 9:55 p.m., a trooper on patrol observed a maroon Saturn SUV traveling southbound on Coastal Highway south of Postal Lane, swerving from the right lane into the middle lane and fluctuating speeds. As the vehicle approached the red light on Coastal Highway at Old Landing Road, the operator abruptly made a right turn onto Old Landing Road without activating the right turn signal. The trooper stopped the Saturn, contacted the operator, identified as Roy Brown, and detected signs of impairment. Brown was taken into custody after he partially completed the Standardized Field Sobriety Test. A computer check showed a court order resulting from a DUI that prevented Brown from driving a motor vehicle, along with several prior DUI convictions.

Brown was transported to Troop 7, where he was charged with the following crimes:

  • 7th Offense DUI (Felony)
  • Noncompliance with Bond Conditions (Felony)
  • Traffic Offenses

Brown was arraigned by Justice of the Peace Court 3 and committed to the Sussex Correctional Institution on a $22,600 cash bond.

THIRD DUI LOOMING IN COURT FOR
STORMING NORMAN

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The Delaware State Police reports that they arrested 61-year-old Norman St. Sauveur Jr. of Frederica, Delaware, for felony DUI on September 18, 2023, at approximately 8:32 a.m.

Police say that a motorist, while following a red minivan, reported that it struck several curbs and was all over the roadway in the area of North Main Street and East Walnut Street, Magnolia, Delaware.

During the check of the area, the trooper observed a red 2008 Dodge Caravan crossing over the fog line while traveling northbound on South State Street, Magnolia, Delaware. The trooper conducted the traffic stop, pulling the vehicle into the Delaware State Police parking lot. While the trooper was behind it, the minivan attempted to make a U-turn and drove up on the curb. The trooper contacted the driver, identified as Norman St. Sauveur Jr., and observed signs of impairment. Following field sobriety tests, St. Sauveur Jr. was arrested for DUI. A computer check showed that St. Sauveur Jr. had two prior DUI convictions.

While in custody at Troop 3, St. Sauveur Jr. was charged with the following crimes:

  • 3rd Offense DUI (Felony)
  • Traffic offenses

St. Sauveur Jr. was arraigned by Justice of the Peace Court 7 and was released on $5060 unsecured bond.

TOO LOOPED TO KNOW HE WAS SPEEDING, HAD NO TAILLIGHTS, AND FORGOT HE WAS PACKING A LOADED GUN NEXT TO THE DRIVER’S SEAT

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The Delaware State Police reported that a trooper arrested 36-year-old Franklin Roberson of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, for DUI and gun charges following a traffic stop in Dover.

On September 15, 2023, at approximately 1:22 a.m., a trooper patrolling the area of US-13 and Rose Bowl Road in Dover observed a grey Jeep Grand Cherokee traveling southbound on US-13 at a high rate of speed with no taillights illuminated. The trooper conducted a traffic stop and contacted the driver, identified as Franklin Roberson.

BAD BREATH

As the trooper was speaking with Roberson, he observed signs of impairment and a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage emanating from Roberson’s breath. Field sobriety tests were administered, and Roberson was taken into custody without incident.

Before being towed, an inventory search of the Jeep led to the discovery of a loaded handgun concealed between the driver’s seat and center console and an additional magazine concealed in the center console.

Roberson was taken to Troop 9 and charged with the following crimes:

  • Possession of a Firearm During the Commission of a Felony (Felony)
  • Carrying a Concealed Firearm (Felony)
  • Possession of a Firearm While Under the Influence
  • Driving a Vehicle Under the Influence
  • Traffic Offenses

Roberson was arraigned by Justice of the Peace Court 7 and was committed to Howard R. Young Correctional Institution on $27,004 secured bond.

  • MECHANICS WANTED

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