We have been contacted by several news sources informing us that a verdict has been reached in our case heard before the Jones County Justice Court on Thursday, September 10th. The crew of the Motorhome Diaries (MHD) and their legal team cannot comment on this until they are officially notified by Judge David Lyons, who heard the case. According to the Laurel Leader-Call:
The Motorhome Diaries trio of Jason Talley, Pete Eyre and Adam Mueller received a guilty verdict from Jones County Justice Court Judge David Lyons Thursday.
By phone Thursday, Lyons said the trio were found guilty on their respective charges — Talley, resisting arrest; Eyre, possession of beer in a dry county; and Mueller, disorderly conduct.
“They put up a cash bond, which will be forfeited to cover their fines,” Lyons said. “The balance will be refunded to them.”
According to Motorhome Diaries Website, Talley paid $365, Eyre paid $200 and Mueller paid $215 in charges and fines after their arrest. Eyre noted a “$25 key charge” was added to each person’s fee.