By JIM BUTLER
Ray Corbett, 42, of Deville made headlines a year ago in a case that quickly faded out of the news. Now he’s back.
Corbett was booked last week on traffic and drug charges.In May 2022 Corbett was accused of aiming a firearm at a passing school bus, charged with 14 counts of terrorizing and 14 of aggravated battery with firearm.
He also faced accusations of possession of CDS II < 2 grams and possession of drug paraphernalia and use in presence of a person under 17.
Subsequent warrant search of his home turned up air soft guns but no firearms, officials said.
Bond was set at $31,500. Corbett was released the same day as his arrest and the case dropped from public attention.
Currently, Corbett is charged with possession of CDS I and 2 < 2 grams as well as CDS in presence of a person under 17 and possession of paraphernalia.
He also has traffic charges of expired drivers license and improper lane usage.
Bond was set at $4,700 and he was released the day of his arrest.
All persons are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.