Police: Greenwood man arrested twice on same day for driving while suspended

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JOHNSON COUNTY, Ind. – Police in Johnson County say that they arrested a man twice on the same day for allegedly driving while suspended.

William Kelso was originally arrested on Thursday morning after a sheriff’s deputy saw him at a Speedway gas station and realized Kelso was allegedly driving with a suspended license.

According to a police report, Kelso told the officer he knows he shouldn’t be driving but needs to work.

He was arrested and booked into the Johnson County Jail without incident.

Later in the day, the same deputy reportedly saw Kelso driving in Greenwood. Authorities say Kelso had bonded out of jail and recovered his vehicle.

Police asked Kelso what he was doing and he said he had to get his car home, according to a report.

He was arrested again for driving while suspended and placed into the Johnson County Jail.

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