Register of Deeds pleads prayer for judgment in DWI case

By: Staff report

ELIZABETHTOWN — Bladen County Register of Deeds Beverly Parks was granted a prayer for judgment on July 10 after an earlier incident.

Parks had been originally been charged with possession of an open container of alcohol and aiding and abetting DWI, according to reports. The aiding and abetting charge was dropped, according to reports.

Parks husband Phillip Parks pleaded guilty to DWI and was sentenced to 12 months unsupervised probation and fined $100 and court costs of $540, according to reports.

The charges were the result of a traffic stop near the Dublin Speedway on May 31.

Staff report