Tenn. official: who's worth the cost of extradition?
Concerns over recovering costs in cases pled down to misdemeanors
By Beth Burger
Chattanooga Times Free Press
CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. — When 30-year-old Daniel Hurst was located by authorities, he had crashed his 1998 Jeep Cherokee into a ditch on Standifer Gap Road.
Reeking of alcohol, he failed field sobriety tests and was hit with his third DUI charge in six years, police said. But he failed to show up for court and later was tracked to Anchorage, Alaska.
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