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On May 28th, Arkansas DOT Highway Patrol Officer Latonieo Lawson was on I-630 in the construction zone near the John Barrow Road exit watching for speeders.

DOT has big flashing signs that indicate that the speed limit is 50 mph in the construction zone.

Officer Lawson clocked a vehicle going 70 mph. 

He gave chase.

The driver of the vehicle, seeing the flashing blue lights attempted to evade capture by making some Grand Theft Auto like moves.

It didn't work.

Here's a narrative from the citation Lawson issued to the driver of the reckless, speeding vehicle, none other that ABC Administrative Director Doralee Chandler.


Chandler was cited and charged with speeding and careless and prohibited driving.

It's not the first time Chandler has been cited for shady driving. Back in 2004 she was charged with crossing a median.

She used white privilege and being a lawyer with connections to get off that charge.

To further prove our point that Chandler is a scofflaw shyster, she has been sued for violations of rights under the Arkansas Freedom of Information Act.

That case is still on-going.

Chandler once ran for a Circuit Court judge position in Faulkner County.

The Arkansas Times exposed her connections to that shady character  and convicted felon Michael Morton and an illegal campaign contribution.

When she was a judicial candidate, she filed a lawsuit attempting to disqualify and opponent.  That lawsuit was not successful.

We have submitted a request for video footage of her police chase, if available.

Stay tuned for updates.

***UPDATE 6/5/19*** 

As previously mentioned, we sent a FOI request to DOT for records regarding the traffic stop.

We received notice from a DOT staff attorney, Michael Todd Elder on June 4th that their response to our FOI request was ready

When our publisher went to pick up the records, Elder's secretary, Evelyn Allison, told him that he would have to sign a document in order to obtain the requested records.

Our publisher told Allison that the AFOIA statute had no requirement that a receipt or any other document had to be signed in order to pick up requested records.

Allison said she would have to call her boss.

A few minutes later, the DOT staff shyster Todd Elder came out and saw that our publisher was video recording.

Elder told our publisher that he did not have his permission to record or photograph him.

Our publisher told Elder that it was a public building and he did not have to have his permission to photograph or video record him. 

Elder then said the receipt must be signed.  Our publisher told him the same thing he told his secretary and that refusal to provide the requested documents would result in his ass being in court in seven days for a hearing on his denial of rights under the Arkansas Freedom of Information Act.

Elder sullenly handed over the requested records.

The envelope provided to our publisher contained a DVD.

On it was a copy of the citation issued to Chandler and several video files.

Chandler was in court on June 3rd and pleaded guilty to both charges.

Judge Wayne Gruber postponed judgement and placed Chandler on six months probation.

Chandler only had to pay a $100 fine.

Any regular person would have paid at least $400 fine and taken defensive driving classes.


Here's a video that contains the footage of the traffic stop.


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