Gaylesville Man Stopped Twice Wednesday By Cop

A 41-year-old Gaylesville man was stopped twice Wednesday for traffic violations. The first time he was given a traffic ticket and the second time he went to jail, according to Chattooga County Sheriff’s reports.

Wesley Guffey was stopped by Deputy Josiah Hemm for driving with no valid insurance and then cited, according to an incident report.

Later that day, Deputy Hemm spotted the Guffey’s blue 2002 Ford Explorer drive into BJ’s Food Mart in Lyerly around 6:20 p.m.

After realizing that it was the same vehicle as I cited earlier, I pulled over into BJ’s Food Mart to talk to the driver. After running the driver [information] through the 911 center, his license came back suspended. The driver, Mr. Wesley Guffey, admitted to driving the vehicle to BJ’s Food Mart. Mr. Guffey was then taken into custody at 6:30 p.m. and transported to the jail.,” Hemm reported.