Rockdale County Commission Candidate Courtney Dillard (funky website | Facebook) seems to always be in the wrong place at the wrong time. As The Rockdale News’ Michelle Kim (risking charges of racism from leftists) details, it seems Dillard enjoys refreshers on the operation of criminal law:
-An arrest warrant for felony deposit account fraud was issued in Sept. 27, 2006 after a $700 check with Dillard’s signed name was made out to Erick Mathis. The warrant was recalled pending “further investigation” last week, all because he claimed he was the victim of fraud, which automatically results in a recall.
-Dillard was arrested for felony cocaine possession in Fulton County in 2004, but the charges were later dismissed after District Attorney Paul Howard’s crack battalion of prosecutors dropped the ball, yet again.
-Around 2004, Dillard was charged with battery of a minor, but had the matter removed from his criminal history after completing 40 hours community service and a conflict resolution class.
All that from a man who bills himself, “as a Christian father, husband, business owner and minister in this community, I believe ‘success in life’ on all levels is based on honesty, hard work, and beneficial relationships.” Success in life, indeed!
So what’s he saying about all this?
“I am not at liberty to respond to anything regarding the campaign,” he said.
Classic, dude. Just classic.