It's the last stage in the year long saga of the John Berry incident, better known as the speeding ticket. But if you think J.B. got off easy you're wrong.
If you speed these are the consequences: First John paid $168 fine, he got a 150 days probation, a six hour defensive driving course and 10 hours of community service.
The organization of choice was American Red Cross. "We appreciate volunteers, make them vacuum," said Tim Hill of the American Red Cross. The chore...picking up trash. "I learned a lesson a long time ago, I like helping in the community. Everybody helps everybody, it works out great," said John.
At the end of the day John got his hours, the Red Cross got help and the community got a clean sidewalk.
The American Red Cross is always looking for volunteers even if you're not in trouble for speeding. You can call their main office at (806) 765-8534.