August 5, 2001
by Jocelyn Maner
A south Georgia law officer is charged with driving under the influence.
The Georgia State Patrol charged the Lee County Sheriff's Department chief investigator with driving under the influence. State troopers stopped Jeffrey Smith during a routine roadblock Friday. Smith is currently on vacation.
Chief Deputy Dennis Parker says the department will decide what disciplinary actions Smith will face when he returns to work. [
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