Monday, April 11, 2011
Michael R. Adams, 39, Fulton, is back in Callaway County Jail on a felony chronic offender charge of driving while intoxicated and driving while revoked. It is his sixth DWI charge, and his driver’s license has been revoked for the last 17 years.
On March 5, Adams was picked up by Fulton Police and charged with the same offenses. He was released on bail and was scheduled to appear in Callaway County Associate Circuit Court on Wednesday for arraignment on the two March 5 charges. But now he also faces the same set of two charges again in connection with his arrest on Friday night.
On Saturday Adams was reported still in Callaway County Jail on a $25,000 bond.
Fulton Police reported that at 9:08 p.m. Friday they were notified that someone was driving carelessly on Churchill Drive. An officer investigated and found a vehicle stopped in the middle of Churchill Drive, blocking the street.
Police identified Adams as the driver of the vehicle. He was arrested on a chronic offender DWI charge and a misdemeanor charge of driving while his driver’s license was revoked.
Police reported Adams has five prior convictions for driving while intoxicated and his driver’s license has been revoked since 1994.