Frazier gets six months home detention
Wednesday, May 15, 2013 11:00 AM
Jeffrey P. Frazier will serve six months on home detention and six months on probation after pleading guilty to operating a vehicle while intoxicated, a Class A misdemeanor.
Frazier, 54, entered the plea Thursday in front of special judge Jon Webster. All other charges in his case were dismissed.
Frazier will also have his license suspended for 180 days and pay $516.50 in court costs, fines and fees.
Frazier was arrested in January 2012 after police stopped him for weaving in and out of his lane on U.S. 421.
Frazier also faced an operating a vehicle while intoxicated charge for allegedly crashing his vehicle into a brick wall in front of the Moose Lodge on Michigan Road, but prosecutors dismissed that case in exchange for a guilty plea in this case.