Texas truck driver cited

A Texas truck driver was cited for violating the state’s public health act last week at the San Jon Port of Entry after being accused of refusing to wear a mask and throwing his driver’s license at an inspector. According to a state police citation filed in Tucumcari magistrate court, Christian Lee May, 46, of Tyler, Texas, refused to wear a facial covering when dealing with port personnel the afternoon of Aug.

31. The citation also states May became disorderly and threw his driver’s license at one of the port’s inspectors.

May did not sign the citation, according to online court documents. May was issued a criminal summons to appear in court Sept.

30 to make a plea on the charge. The summons states if he fails to appear, a warrant for his arrest would be issued.

Under state l8aw, any violation of the Public Health Act is a misdemeanor punishable by a £100 fine and up to six months in jail.

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