Callie Long turned herself into the Lubbock County Jail - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

9/17/09

Callie Long turned herself into the Lubbock County Jail

 LUBBOCK TX (KCBD) - A Lubbock woman who went through years of legal wrangling over a drunk driving death is behind bars Thursday. Callie Long turned herself into the Lubbock county jail earlier Thursday afternoon.

Back in 2003 Long had been accused of drinking and driving prior to hitting a district attorney's office employee riding his bicycle. Brett Walrath died from the injuries he received on the south loop.

Earlier this month Long pleaded guilty to driving while intoxicated, and was sentenced to serve 90 days. All other charges against her related to the case will be dismissed.

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3/6/08
Callie Long Receives Five Years Probation
Thursday afternoon, Callie Long was sentenced to five years probation for failure to stop and render aid in the 2003 death of Brett Walrath.

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