GEORGIA – Charges against a woman who was with former University of Georgia Athletic Director Damon Evans when he was arrested for DUI in Atlanta two years ago have been dropped.
The disorderly conduct charge against Courtney Fuhrmann was dismissed on Monday.
Fuhrmann, 28, was a passenger in Evans’ BMW on June 30, 2010, the night of the incident. Evans was pulled over on Roswell Road near Chastain Drive and arrested for driving under the influence.
According to the police report, Furhmann was being “very loud and obnoxious and was obviously intoxicated.”
Furhmann also repeatedly got out of the car and ignored the trooper’s instructions before being handcuffed and charged with disorderly conduct.
Evans pleaded guilty to charges of DUI and failure to maintain lane. He was sentenced in January, 2011, to 12 months of probation and 40 hours of community service and was also fined $750.
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