Wednesday, April 11, 2012

Trial set in felony DUI case

Defendant has 2 prior misdemeanor DUI convictions

Express Staff Writer

Colin Scott Muldoon

A July 18 jury trial has been scheduled in the latest felony DUI case to reach Blaine County 5th District Court.

Colin Scott Muldoon, 45, of Ketchum, pleaded not guilty to the charge at arraignment Monday, April 2, before Judge Robert J. Elgee. Muldoon remains free on $10,000 bond. He is represented by Ketchum attorney Dan Dolan.

The charge stems from an arrest by Sun Valley police on Jan. 12. Muldoon was charged with a felony because of two prior misdemeanor DUI convictions within the past 10 years. According to the criminal complaint filed against him, Muldoon was convicted of misdemeanor DUI in Ada County in 2006 and in Latah County in 2003.

A probable-cause affidavit filed by Sun Valley Patrol Officer Connie Morris states that Muldoon was arrested shortly after midnight on Jan. 12 after he was spotted driving westbound and passing another vehicle over a double yellow line on Saddle Road. Morris wrote that Muldoon drove his vehicle off the left side of the road in making the pass and then pulled back onto the road and proceeded to drive into Ketchum.

He was arrested after he stopped on Spur Lane and failed field sobriety tests.

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