Michigan Rep. Jewell Jones’ bond was revoked on Tuesday, and he was arrested after violating the terms of his bond for the 3rd time.
Jones (D-Inkster) was released on bond following an alleged drunken driving accident in Livingston County earlier this year.
The 26-year-old was being restrained by an alcohol tether. According to court records, his tether detected alcohol in his system three times on Sept. 3. On September 6, he also tinkered with his tether.
Jones admitted to violating his bond during his bond hearing. The judge rescheduled his pretrial hearing for September 17.
Jones was arrested in April after allegedly driving drunk and crashing his SUV on the side of Interstate 96. According to police reports, the lawmaker and a female passenger were discovered with their pants down.