Former GPD Chief’s DWI Hearing Postponed

In Criminal, Traffic by GWAO

Former Greensboro police chief Timothy Ray Bellamy’s Driving While Impaired charge has been continued to September 29th, 2014.

Bellamy, 55, of 3935 Rock Road in Greensboro, blew a .09 percent blood alcohol content during a breath test during an Aug. 2 traffic stop.  .08 percent is the legal limit in North Carolina.

Bellamy was Greensboro police chief from 2007 until retiring in 2010.

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