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Teen avoids jail time after caught with drugs with former Lee County Commissioner

Barry Miller

Teen avoids jail time after caught with drugs with former Lee County Commissioner

CREATED Jan. 9, 2013 - UPDATED: Jan. 10, 2013

FORT MYERS, Fla.- A Fort Myers teenager caught with drugs while in car with a former Lee County Commissioner will avoid jail time.

19-year-old David Henley accepted responsibility for charges including possession of cocaine and marijuana and driving without a license. In return he will not go to jail. 

Henley was pulled over in November while driving former County Commissioner Brian Bigelow in a  car rented by Bigelow.  The 19-year-old did not have a license and was taken to jail where he reportedly admitted to having cocaine and marijuana on him. 

Bigelow has plead not guilty to a charge of allowing an unauthorized person to drive his car.
 

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