Woman Sentenced To Probation Only For Killing Retired Cop Gets Arrested Again

Prosecutors said that 23-year-old Callie Inman was arrested on drug charges in violation of her probation agreement.

Galveston, TX – A woman convicted of killing a retired Houston police officer in 2014 has been arrested for drug possession in Galveston.

Callie Inman was driving under the influence when she pulled out of a convenience store parking lot in front of a motorcycle in 2014, KHOU reported.

The crash left retired Houston Police Officer Dana Tweedie dead, and badly injured his wife Linda, who was also a Houston police officer.

Inman, now 23, was charged with intoxication manslaughter and intoxication assault in February of 2014, The Daily News reported.

Court records showed that prosecutors let her plead to criminally negligent homicide – a lesser charge – and as a result, Inman avoided jail time and was sentenced to only five years’ probation.

Inman was prohibited from using any illegal drugs or committing additional crimes under the terms of her agreement, The Daily News reported.

In February, Inman was arrested and charged with possession of marijuana, possession of dangerous drugs and possession of a controlled substance in Liberty County.

Court records also showed she had failed a drug test in January, The Daily News reported.

Galveston County prosecutors, in an April court filing, accused Inman of violating the terms of her 2015 probation agreement.

She was arrested and appeared before a magistrate on May 24 and is scheduled for a hearing on Tuesday, The Daily News reported.

Inman, who was 18 when she crashed into the Tweedies’ motorcycle, was arrested on a misdemeanor drug charge shortly after the wreck, before she made her plea agreement with prosecutors, according to the Houston Chronicle.

She was out on a $150,000 bond for killing the retired police officer and critically injuring his police officer wife when she was caught with drug paraphernalia and an empty bag that had contained marijuana.

Dana Tweedie retired from the Houston PD in 2008, the Houston Chronicle reported.

Houston Senior Police Officer Linda Tweedie was a 27-year veteran of the department when she was permanently disabled by the intoxicated teenage driver.

Comments (56)
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Mig Alley
Mig Alley

Just give me one more chance, I'll do better, I promise, really I will. Surely you believe me don't you? I'm starting college in the fall.

Badge2336
Badge2336

Put her butt UNDER THE JAIL THIS TIME. NO PROBATION. NO DRIVING EVER AGAIN.😡👮‍♂️💙🇺🇲👍 RETD. LEO.

Baxter12
Baxter12

She needs the Death Penalty for killing any Law Enforcement Officers both human and K9.

Baxter12
Baxter12

She should’ve never been let off the first time! You take a innocent life you pay especially if the evidence is there!

Gayle61
Gayle61

Quit voting in these idiotic judges.

MajScallywag
MajScallywag

It would appear that the leftist socialists leaving California and moving to Texas are bringing the voting practices with them that ruined California! In no time at all they will turn Texas into a California-ish shit hole.

LetGodSortItOut
LetGodSortItOut

Lets be real: she will NOT go to jail. Pathetic but true.

BlueProtects
BlueProtects

The Liberal courts and those leaning liberal encourage violence even death to Law Enforcement. If you kill a Cop you should get the death penalty if proven guilty. Straight to death row and carried out within 90 days. Our Court System needs to have our Law Enforcements six.

Dutchuncle
Dutchuncle

Druggies don't learn well. especially when you GIVE them a get out of trouble Free Pass.

Rascal1966
Rascal1966

Ok, she had her once in a chance and blew it!!! Now stick her ass in prison!! She should get the death penalty for what she did!!

DarrellB
DarrellB

Galveston County must be getting lessons on how to set them all free from Kim Ogg up north! This is what happens when liberals run the asylum!

Caroparks53
Caroparks53

Libnut judges..gotta go..stop puttin them in office

Lynett 1972
Lynett 1972

What is really going on here

Zeddicus
Zeddicus

How do you get "NO JAIL TIME" for any form of homicide?!

Zeddicus
Zeddicus

So let me get this straight she was driving while intoxicated which is in it self a crime, and in the commission of that crime negligently killed one police officer and injured another. And got no.. none, not a single day of jail time. Are you kidding me

PoliticsWantTruth
PoliticsWantTruth

SHE WAS NOT INTOXICTED!! Sick of this PRESS, If You want the TRUTH the retired Houston Police Officers Blood alcohol was .202 or 202 ng/dl as the report shows. FACT I have the Toxicology Report which is 3 times the legal limit research it if you don’t believe me. Callie’s Toxicology was 0% Alcohol. She was 18 and scared and took the deal. She passed the field sobriety test. They were going to let her go until they saw he was a Police officer. She was stopped waiting Mardi Gras traffic and he went around a car, the report shows IN FACT where the Motorcycle hit the car the driver should have had enough time to stop. This is a tragedy at best. And should NOT be tried in the media. But as usual innocent until they put it in the paper. I have many friends that are both police and sheriff deputies along with Judges. I respect the law and its Officers and elected officials. Is it is a horrible accident YES!!! BUT GET THE FACTS PEOPLE. She should have went to trial and not taken the deal because NO JURY would have convicted her.

PoliticsWantTruth
PoliticsWantTruth

like just now i tried again to post the tox reports and refresh and its gone. Yea Blue lives do matter but all including hers matter too. My Nephew Scott Ward Fairhope Al Deputy was killed in the line of duty I sympathize with this officers family but the truth needs to come out as they have destroyed this girls life already.