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Everytown backed “gun sense” politician resists arrest after getting DUI/was also armed

Updated: Apr 27, 2021

Dude, it’s the middle of the day. And why the hell was a loaded gun with you? Talk about a danger to the public (drunk driving AND in possession of a firearm while intoxicated). Keep reading, this is easily one of the top 5 Mom Demand Action related “bloopers” to date. It‘s got sex, guns, booze and resisting arrest.


If you have trouble viewing the tweets in this article, click here for direct access. Has the dash cam footage.

Will Everytown and Moms Demand release a statement? It’s their guy!




https://www.fox2detroit.com/news/inkster-lawmaker-faces-resisting-officer-drunk-driving-and-weapons-charges

DETROIT - An Inkster lawmaker who was arrested on the interstate in Metro Detroit last week is facing several charges after he was spotted driving erratically on the shoulder of I-96.
Rep. Jewell Jones, (D-Inkster), was taken into custody by Michigan State Police in Livingston County on April 6. On Friday he was arraigned via a Zoom conference.
It is alleged that Jones drove drunk, more than twice the legal limit for at least 50 miles with his Glock pistol in the cupholder. And when he eventually crashed his SUV he allegedly became combative with police and even a paramedic who tried to help.
Jones' impaired driving is alleged to have spanned from Southfield to Fowlerville, where his SUV was found in a ditch off I-96, said the Livingston County Prosecutor's Office.

Oh wait, have to add this in. Guess he was giving one of the moms the action they demand:

https://www.fox2detroit.com/news/rep-jewell-jones-female-passenger-found-with-pants-down-before-arrest-per-report


Michigan State Representative Jewell Jones (D-Inkster) was found with his pants down with a woman when he was arrested three weeks ago in Livingston County, according to a report from Michigan Information & Research Service (MIRS).
The Michigan lawmaker was brought up on obstruction and weapons charges and was seen resisting arrest in dashcam footage during the traffic stop, in which he is also accused of trying to use his position as a lawmaker to get out of the arrest, saying he would call Gov. Gretchen Whitmer on them during the stop.