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2013-08-23 02:46:14 PM
You know you've accomplished something in life when your collection of mugshots merits a slideshow.
 
2013-08-23 03:04:15 PM
When arrested in Nashville, he was wearing a holster with a pack of cigarettes that he tried to "pull" on an officer who stopped him.


It seems the unrepentant sot was really determined to smoke that cop.
 
2013-08-23 03:17:25 PM
I am curious about the story between this

ww4.hdnux.com

and this.

ww1.hdnux.com

It's like a whole makeover going on.
 
2013-08-23 03:24:47 PM

Sybarite: I am curious about the story between this

[ww4.hdnux.com image 342x350]

and this.

[ww1.hdnux.com image 348x350]

It's like a whole makeover going on.


Well, they said sometimes he used an alias. What if it was a whole different dude that they arrested and pinned it on this guy?
 
2013-08-23 04:04:04 PM
He's the forgotten Koch brother.
 
2013-08-23 04:04:25 PM
I guess he likes to drink
 
2013-08-23 04:04:35 PM
Waste of flesh. Terminate.
 
2013-08-23 04:06:33 PM

Sybarite: I am curious about the story between this



and this.



It's like a whole makeover going on.


Rogaine, obviously. It....looks.....real.
 
2013-08-23 04:08:34 PM
That's the face of a man who has simply stopped caring.
 
2013-08-23 04:10:22 PM
ww1.hdnux.comwww.toledoblade.com
 
2013-08-23 04:11:01 PM
Didn't he used to be the guitar player for Blue Öyster Cult?
 
2013-08-23 04:11:02 PM
I've made a huge mistake.
 
2013-08-23 04:12:23 PM

resnet_pimp: I've made a huge mistake.


LMAO

/nice recovery
 
2013-08-23 04:14:14 PM
"At the time, we didn't know it was nine," Santini said.

That's great...just great, Santini.
 
2013-08-23 04:16:58 PM

Apos: When arrested in Nashville, he was wearing a holster with a pack of cigarettes that he tried to "pull" on an officer who stopped him.


It seems the unrepentant sot was really determined to smoke that cop.



And where the hell is his gun??
 
2013-08-23 04:16:58 PM
Near-miss on the Florida tag, too...he did a stint down there, apparently.

The cigs in the holster are priceless...

long as he didn't hurt anyone, I say let him out again, just for the entertainment value...
 
2013-08-23 04:17:20 PM
 
2013-08-23 04:17:53 PM
Huh, was expecting a WI guy.
 
2013-08-23 04:18:19 PM

resnet_pimp: I've made a huge mistake.


lol

d1ij7zv8zivhs3.cloudfront.net
 
2013-08-23 04:20:32 PM
img.fark.net
 
2013-08-23 04:24:46 PM
img.fark.net

/is this going to become a thing?
 
2013-08-23 04:25:31 PM
img.fark.net

i822.photobucket.com
 
2013-08-23 04:25:55 PM
I think his drinking problem started soon after game one of the 1988 baseball world series.
img.fark.net
 
2013-08-23 04:26:14 PM

Sybarite: I am curious about the story between this

[ww4.hdnux.com image 342x350]

Wow,Peter Rose jr really let

himself go.
 
2013-08-23 04:27:26 PM

Xenomech: [img.fark.net image 15x1024]

/is this going to become a thing?


SCALE ALL THE THINGS!
 
2013-08-23 04:28:21 PM
What a sad, sad way to be documented so completely. I always hate it when people get lengthy prison sentences ... it seems like such a waste of resources. Then again, one of the biggest growth industries in the country is the law enforcement industrial complex. Sucks. Uncle Rick Perry should give this cat a fishing pole and drop him off on an island somewhere.
 
2013-08-23 04:30:07 PM
I admire his commitment to his mustache.
 
2013-08-23 04:32:59 PM

MJMaloney187: What a sad, sad way to be documented so completely. I always hate it when people get lengthy prison sentences ... it seems like such a waste of resources. Then again, one of the biggest growth industries in the country is the law enforcement industrial complex. Sucks. Uncle Rick Perry should give this cat a fishing pole and drop him off on an island somewhere.



I always hate it when people are habitual criminals...
 
2013-08-23 04:33:49 PM
FTFA:
When arrested in Nashville, he was wearing a holster with a pack of cigarettes that he tried to "pull" on an officer who stopped him.

lunkiandsika.files.wordpress.com
Not impressed.
 
2013-08-23 04:34:02 PM
After all those awesome southern-rock hair styles he sported, in the end he turned into a Minnesotan.

ww2.hdnux.com

img.fark.net
 
2013-08-23 04:35:03 PM

tuna fingers: After all those awesome southern-rock hair styles he sported, in the end he turned into a Minnesotan.

[ww2.hdnux.com image 240x350]

[img.fark.net image 348x350]


FARK!
Fark stole my Dylan pic.
 
2013-08-23 04:35:47 PM
Nine times?

media.culturemap.com
 
2013-08-23 04:36:28 PM
You've made a huge mistake.
 
2013-08-23 04:38:39 PM

tuna fingers: FARK!
Fark stole my Dylan pic.


perhaps you didn't scale it properly
 
2013-08-23 04:40:28 PM
While free on bond for the 2011 arrest, however, he picked up his tenth DWI arrest in March 2012 in Webster. Koch ultimately pleaded guilty to that charge and was sentenced Oct. 31 to 10 years in prison.


Let me see if I've got this right...arrested for DWI #9. Released on bond. While on bond for DWI #9, arrested for DWI #10. Convicted on DWI # 10. Trial for DWI # 9 is still pending. Is that right? If so, why did the 10th DWI get to trial before the 9th DWI? Is it because he didn't challenge the 10th one (pled guilty)?
 
2013-08-23 04:42:20 PM
Cut the guy some slack, I mean the DUI's were over a 30 year span.
 
2013-08-23 04:43:44 PM

FrancoFile: MJMaloney187: What a sad, sad way to be documented so completely. I always hate it when people get lengthy prison sentences ... it seems like such a waste of resources. Then again, one of the biggest growth industries in the country is the law enforcement industrial complex. Sucks. Uncle Rick Perry should give this cat a fishing pole and drop him off on an island somewhere.


I always hate it when people are habitual criminals...


I generally don't like long jail terms for weed dealers, crack addicts found in possession, etc., but DUI is an act of pure narcissism that is predictably and all-to-frequently fatal to a lot of innocent people.  A repeat drunk driver has made a conscious decision to exercise a depraved disregard for the lives of everyone else on the road.  A second offense even without injuries should be worth enough hard time to warrant prison rather than just a county jail.
 
2013-08-23 04:45:35 PM

Sin_City_Superhero: While free on bond for the 2011 arrest, however, he picked up his tenth DWI arrest in March 2012 in Webster. Koch ultimately pleaded guilty to that charge and was sentenced Oct. 31 to 10 years in prison.


Let me see if I've got this right...arrested for DWI #9. Released on bond. While on bond for DWI #9, arrested for DWI #10. Convicted on DWI # 10. Trial for DWI # 9 is still pending. Is that right? If so, why did the 10th DWI get to trial before the 9th DWI? Is it because he didn't challenge the 10th one (pled guilty)?


Different counties, different backlogs?  Also, had to be moved for this one, so "dibs" by whomever has him in their jail at the time, I guess.
 
2013-08-23 04:47:16 PM

Sybarite: I am curious about the story between this

[ww4.hdnux.com image 342x350]

and this.

[ww1.hdnux.com image 348x350]



This happened.

www.concretestreet.net
 
2013-08-23 04:51:13 PM

Highroller48: A repeat drunk driver has made a conscious decision to exercise a depraved disregard for the lives of everyone else on the road.  A second offense even without injuries should be worth enough hard time to warrant prison rather than just a county jail.


Absolutely. The same with anybody who's caught texting or talking on their phone while driving. Or distracted by yelling at their kids in the back seat. If there was someway to determine if a driver hasn't gotten enough sleep, it should also be treated the same as a DUI.

An 18 year kid is only spending a year in jail because prosecutors were able to get the exact time of the accident from his car's ECU and correlate it with his cell provider's usage database showing the driver was texting when he caused the accident. That's far too lenient. He should get the typical 25 years to life that a drunk driver would of gotten in that situation.
 
2013-08-23 04:55:40 PM
And that is a great way to end a Friday. Thanks for digging this up, Subby
 
2013-08-23 05:02:22 PM
So DUI # 1-9 gives you 30 years & DUI # 10 gives you 10 more years? Or did DUI # 9 get 30 years?

/I was told there would be no maths
 
2013-08-23 05:04:01 PM
lol. He couldn't be sober but he was determined to at least not be bald
 
2013-08-23 05:04:13 PM

blindpreacher: Highroller48: A repeat drunk driver has made a conscious decision to exercise a depraved disregard for the lives of everyone else on the road.  A second offense even without injuries should be worth enough hard time to warrant prison rather than just a county jail.

Absolutely. The same with anybody who's caught texting or talking on their phone while driving. Or distracted by yelling at their kids in the back seat. If there was someway to determine if a driver hasn't gotten enough sleep, it should also be treated the same as a DUI.

An 18 year kid is only spending a year in jail because prosecutors were able to get the exact time of the accident from his car's ECU and correlate it with his cell provider's usage database showing the driver was texting when he caused the accident. That's far too lenient. He should get the typical 25 years to life that a drunk driver would of gotten in that situation.


Your sarcasm aside, DUI is a crmiinal offense, the rest are not. In a DUI a person carried out several prior steps in order to deliberately perpetrate what they already knew was a crime that risked peoples' lives.  They drank alcohol, they chose not to find an alternative means of transport, they got behind the wheel of a vehicle, and they drove it.  The precipitaing acts that constituted the formation of criminal intent came BEFORE the driving part even happened.  The driving was just a consummation of that criminal intent.  That's why being distracted behind the wheel gets you a ticket and being drunk behind the wheel gets you a criminal record.
 
2013-08-23 05:05:35 PM
Anyone with that mustache should be arrested automatically.
 
2013-08-23 05:06:11 PM

boyvoyeur: So DUI # 1-9 gives you 30 years & DUI # 10 gives you 10 more years? Or did DUI # 9 get 30 years?

/I was told there would be no maths


The convistion for arrest #10 was his ninth.  10 years.
The conviction for arrest #9 came afterwards, and was therefore his tenth conviction.  30 years.

Seems logical to me.
 
2013-08-23 05:07:59 PM
www.ripleys.com

AMATEUR!!!
 
2013-08-23 05:10:07 PM

Highroller48: blindpreacher: Highroller48: A repeat drunk driver has made a conscious decision to exercise a depraved disregard for the lives of everyone else on the road.  A second offense even without injuries should be worth enough hard time to warrant prison rather than just a county jail.

Absolutely. The same with anybody who's caught texting or talking on their phone while driving. Or distracted by yelling at their kids in the back seat. If there was someway to determine if a driver hasn't gotten enough sleep, it should also be treated the same as a DUI.

An 18 year kid is only spending a year in jail because prosecutors were able to get the exact time of the accident from his car's ECU and correlate it with his cell provider's usage database showing the driver was texting when he caused the accident. That's far too lenient. He should get the typical 25 years to life that a drunk driver would of gotten in that situation.

Your sarcasm aside, DUI is a crmiinal offense, the rest are not. In a DUI a person carried out several prior steps in order to deliberately perpetrate what they already knew was a crime that risked peoples' lives.  They drank alcohol, they chose not to find an alternative means of transport, they got behind the wheel of a vehicle, and they drove it.  The precipitaing acts that constituted the formation of criminal intent came BEFORE the driving part even happened.  The driving was just a consummation of that criminal intent.  That's why being distracted behind the wheel gets you a ticket and being drunk behind the wheel gets you a criminal record.


It's worse because one's a criminal act and the other isn't? That's backwards logic.

If every day a woman gets into her car to drive to work, and every day she puts on her makeup by looking in her visor mirror while she does it, doesn't that also show a willful, repeated, "conscious decision to exercise a depraved disregard for the lives of everyone else on the road."?
 
2013-08-23 05:18:49 PM
blindpreacher: If every day a woman gets into her car to drive to work, and every day she puts on her makeup by looking in her visor mirror while she does it, doesn't that also show a willful, repeated, "conscious decision to exercise a depraved disregard for the lives of everyone else on the road."?

Yes, it does, to an extent.  And as soon as it's made a criminal offense, your argument may be valid (except the lack of an overt act pf premeditaiton will still differentiate it from DUI, in my view).  Until then, it's legally a completely different scenario.
 
2013-08-23 05:25:36 PM

bearded clamorer: Didn't he used to be the guitar player for Blue Öyster Cult?


i thought he played the lead in Jesus Christ Superstar

/but I could be wrong
 
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