Former Martin County restaurateur must stay in jail

Full story: TCPalm
Ardith "Arthur" Dombrose will spend at least another two weeks in jail while waiting for his attorney to be available for a hearing on a charge he violated his probation. Full Story
Stuart Girl

Port Saint Lucie, FL

#1 Jul 1, 2012
When is the court system going to realize he has no business owning/running any business. How many chances are we giving criminals these days????? I vote for community service and mega fines!!!

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