Boca Raton Police Arrest Habitually Bad Driver, Felon


Gregory Curtis Champan, courtesy Palm Beach County Jail.

BOCA RATON, FL ( — How bad a driver is Gegory Curtis Thompson? So bad, police say, that he’s been arrested for being a “habitual” offender. He also was arrested for the not so minor matter of possessing a weapon while being a convicted felon.
According to Boa Raton Police, Thompson, who is 26  and lives in Deerfield Beach, was stopped in the area of 200 West Yamato Road. He, police say, knew that his license was suspended, and also was found with chemical spray and a knife.
He was booked and released a short time later from the Palm Beach County Jail.
Thompson is no stranger to the jail. He was booked into the jail at least two other times this year on various charges.


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