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Former Muscatine County judge arrested again

MUSCATINE (KWWL) -- James Andrew Weaver was arrested at his home in Davenport on Wednesday.

The 56-year-old former Muscatine County judge was earlier convicted of drunken driving three times and now faces charges for allegedly violating his parole a second time.

Parole documents say that officer's visited Weaver for a safety check and found him drunk with a blood-alcohol level of 0.11.  Weaver was arrested, because his current parole conditions prohibit drinking alcohol.

Weaver is currently being held in Scott County Jail.

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