Flaiz expunges his Mentor ticket

By: Frogmore

Why did Flaiz find it necessary to expunge a ticket he got in 2007? It was a minor misdemeanor for Failing to Yield in a Private Drive. He was found guilty.  It no longer appears on the Mentor Municipal Court docket.

Could he have been with someone he shouldn’t have been with? Was it reduced to a lesser charge?

Ohio Court:
LexID: 000820551736
SSN: 283-84-xxxx
Address: 111 LEAVIEW LN, CHAGRIN FALLS, OH 44022-4208
State of Origin: Ohio
County of Origin: LAKE
DOB: 08/29/1977
Case Number: TRD0705061
Offense #1
Offense Date: 10/01/2007
Arresting Agency: MPD
Court Case Number: TRD0705061
Court Offense: F T Y/PRIV DRIV MM
Court Plea: GUILTY
Court Statute: 331.22
Court Disposition: FOUND GUILTY
Court Disposition Date: 10/10/2007
Court Fine: $45.00
Court Costs: $64.00

ยง 33!.22 “Subject to compliance with any traffic control device, the operator of a vehicle about to enter or cross a highway from an alley or from any place other than another roadway shall yield the right of way to all traffic approaching on the roadway to be entered or crossed.

(b)   “Except as otherwise provided in this subsection, whoever violates this section is guilty of a minor misdemeanor.” 

Typical of Bully Boy Flaiz not to yield. His middle name is Royal; he must think he is and that rules don’t apply to him.

One thought on “Flaiz expunges his Mentor ticket

  1. Could this ticket have originally been for a DUI and he had a shrewd lawyer get it reduced? Why else expunge a misdemeanor ticket?

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