Suspect in Crash That Killed Former Dallas Council Member Carolyn Davis Has Long History of DWI Convictions

The man suspected of causing the crash that killed former Dallas City Council member Carolyn Davis and critically injured her daughter has a long criminal history, including several arrests for driving while intoxicated.Court records show that Jonathan Alger Moore's probation from a 2013 arrest and guilty plea ended just last week.The 36-year-old could have spent 10 years in prison. Instead, he got five years' probation. On July 10, state District Judge Dominique Collins signed an order removing an external alcohol monitor that tested Moore's perspiration every 30 minutes. The judge also ordered the removal of an ignition interlock device, a breathalyzer that starts a vehicle only if the driver hasn't had a drink.  Continue reading...

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