ALPHARETTA, Ga. – When a judge tells you not to drive without a license, it’s a good idea to put your car keys away.
A Powder Springs man found this out Aug. 12 when he was arrested for contempt of court and driving on a suspended license.
Edward Oluyemisi George, 26, of Powder Springs, was in Alpharetta court where he had his license suspended. He allegedly told the prosecutor his brother had driven him to the court and that he had a ride.
However, when he left the courthouse, the bailiff saw George drive out of the parking lot. George was pulled over and arrested.