February 3, 2011
Memphis Man Sentenced in Old Lake Bash Case
On Friday in the Scotland County Associate Circuit Court, a Memphis man entered guilty pleas to a pair of charges stemming from an incident at the Old Lake Bash in August 2010.
Don Hurley, 27, pled guilty to resisting arrest and careless and imprudent driving.
Judge Rick Roberts sentenced him to 60 days in the county jail on each count, to run concurrent. The judge suspended the execution of the sentence and ordered Hurley to serve 14 days shock detention on weekends and placed him on two years court supervised probation.
According to the Memphis Police, Hurley, 27, was arrested at 1:30 a.m. on August 8th, 2010. He was ticketed for careless and imprudent driving, disorderly conduct and resisting arrest following an incident in his van at the gate of the Old Lake Bash at the old city lake west of Memphis.