Suspected Valley repeat DUI offender gets bail set
FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) -- Bail was set at $223,000 for a man who served time in prison and is now suspected of repeatedly driving drunk.
In July 2000, Brent Norman was convicted of manslaughter for a deadly collision on Highway 41. He served ten years in prison and was released two years ago. Norman was also cited for misdemeanor drunk driving in Madera last year, and in Fresno earlier this year.
He was arrested again this week after police obtained his criminal record and determined he should have been charged with felonies because of his past crime.
Norman is expected back in court next week.
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