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    Shot Fired In DUI Arrest

    Ahhhh....a former student.

    Even in 6th grade Mr. Bednar was out of control, defiant, and didn't think anyone had the right to tell him what to do...the rules didn't apply to him, as far as he was concerned. I guess he hasn't changed a whole lot.


    Shot fired in DUI arrest

    By Joelyn Hansen/Daily Sun staff writer
    Thursday, January 18, 2007 9:53 AM CST

    A sheriff's deputy about to be hit by a moving car fired his gun at the car in a 12:30 a.m. incident in a residential Beatrice neighborhood on Wednesday that resulted in the arrest of the intoxicated motorist.

    Travis A. Bednar, 22, with a blood alcohol limit of nearly three times the legal limit of .08, was arrested by Beatrice Police for DUI, flight to avoid, using a deadly weapon to commit a felony and second degree assault, according to the Gage County Attorney's Office.

    At about 12:30 a.m., a police officer reported seeing Bednar driving in the residential area of 10th and Grant streets without his headlights on.

    The officer tried to stop Bednar, when he fled south before turning back onto North 10th Street.

    A Gage County Sheriff's deputy's vehicle was then set up as a road block on the 200 block of South 10th Street when Bednar's car struck the deputy's vehicle. The deputy got out of his vehicle and as Bednar was driving toward him, the deputy fired one shot. The shot missed the driver but lodged in the car just before the car struck the deputy.

    At that point, Bednar was arrested and the deputy, whose name was not released, was transported by Beatrice Fire and Rescue to Beatrice Community Hospital and Health Center where he was treated for leg and shoulder injuries and released, according to police.

    Bednar was scheduled to appear Thursday morning in Gage County Court for a bond hearing.
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    Let the scum sucking filth rot in jail.

    Oh Jenna, would this be the guy that should've called for the free ride home from your other post? Or is this the guy that we shouldn't spend the money, time, and effort to try to stop while we cart Otis the drunk home?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jenna View Post
    I think this is a great idea--a town with only 730 residents is likely to not have any commercial taxis or public transportation at all. It's probably just a little rural village surrounded by cornfields and sheep, and if people get drunk they often have no choice but to drive home or commandeer a sheep. So having the police give drunks rides is a vital service (that will probably cost less in time, money, and lives than trying to catch the drunks after they start driving).

    A lot of drunks probably have no friends or family who are not themselves also drunk, or have no sober friends or family willing to come out to the bar at 3 am to pick them up.

    I do agree that the police should be paid for the taxi service. Better yet, the town should have public transportation (which would be better for the environment as well).
    So, based on your logic it was OK for this dipwad to drive drunk becuase no one loved him as a child? And now he has no friends? And I suppose it was OK to run from the Police and HIT THE POLICE OFFICER??

    Last edited by Star Man; 01-18-07 at 08:46 PM.

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    go star go star!!
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