Remember Scott Johnson, the Madison fireman arrested in September for driving the firetruck drunk? His case provoked all sorts of awkward conversation and exposed some ugly attitudes about alcohol in our fair community.
But Johnson's case appears not to have provoked much controversy with the jury. Twelve of Scott Johnson's peers spent 40 minutes Wednesday deciding he was indeed guilty of DUI. Blood alcohol level of 0.098, putting public property at risk, violating public trust... not really any excuses, are there?
Judge Tim Tucker will decide how much of the book to throw at Johnson for drunkenness on duty on January 3.
So are you folks done being snotty to the Madison police yet?
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