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How’s this for a Justice System with a ‘Revolving Door?’

February 25th, 2008 by josh farley

This just in from Tennessee: authorities say a 60-year-old Nashville man is serving a “life sentence five days at a time.”

Since 1982, Andy Davis, a now-gray haired man has been arrested 416 times, according to WKRN in Nashville. He was hooked most recently for pulling a box cutter on an undercover cop, police said.

The initial felony charge has been reduced to a misdemeanor, meaning he’ll get at most a year in jail. Which means No. 417 could come sooner rather than later.

We’ve written stories concerning some locals’ concerns that Kitsap County’s justice system has a revolving door. But I’d be curious if we have anyone anywhere near that many arrests.

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One Response to “How’s this for a Justice System with a ‘Revolving Door?’”

  1. Sandra Says:

    I’ve landed here accidentally, nice article. Wow, 416 times!

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