A Corbin man was arraigned in the Knox County District Court for his alleged fifth DUI in ten years.
Bob Cox, 33, of Corbin, appeared in the Knox County District Court where Judge John Chappell entered a not guilty plea on his behalf and assigned him a public defender. Cox was also given a bond of $5,000 cash plus home incarceration and no driving, the standard DUI bond.
“It’s a good thing no one was hurt,” commented Chappell during the arraignment.
Cox was arrested on December 27 after Barbourville Police say he hit a second vehicle in a Manchester Street accident while driving under the influence. He is charged with operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol/drugs, first-degree wanton endangerment, driving DUI suspended license (third offense), license to be in possession, possession of marijuana and buy/possess drug paraphernalia.