SAN Network CEO Loses Court Battle
By Elena Green • 05/01/18
SAN Network CEO Tyrell Price has found himself in deep water today following the conclusion of a long-standing court case, began by himself, against charges placed on him by the San Andreas County Sheriff's Office.
Represented by equally controversial lawyer Sarah McOnelly and John Thever, a colleague and ex-colleague of Price's respectively, the case was launched against the charges "§221.000: Obstruction of Justice - Non-Traffic Misdemeanor"; "§208.000: Failure to Comply - Non-Traffic Misdemeanor"; and "§114.000: Reckless Driving - Traffic Law" placed on Price on 22nd November 2017.
The charges came to fruition when Mr. Price joined a SACSO pursuit, deeming it "news-worthy". It was claimed that "he, therefore, started to follow the pursuit in a safe and responsible manner, constantly remaining behind the pursuit line and allowing for any Deputy to pass him and to get in front of him" - a claim proved incorrect by strong supporting evidence from a recently deceased Deputy.
A video was presented to the court by Mr. Deacon Bohannon, representing his own department, showing the ex-San Andreas State Police Lieutenant tailing the pursuit, even getting into the pursuit line himself. Requests made by Deputies for Mr. Price to pull over were ignored and a sub-pursuit ensued.
All charges were ruled by Chief Justice King as valid and thus upheld.
With a network run by the girlfriend of a drug dealer and a convicted ex-law enforcement officer, is the San Andreas News Network really a source worth trusting?
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