HENRICO COUNTY, Va. — A man who was wrongly released from jail earlier in July has been arrested in Henrico County for a second-offense DWI.
Daniel Mowrey was arrested in late June in Suffolk on charges from Newport News and Hampton, according to WTKR.
Police say Mowrey violated a protective order from his wife.
Mowrey was being held at Western Tidewater Regional Jail until he was transferred to the Newport News City Jail on July 3. A judge then granted him a bond of $4500. The next day he was released from jail.
Anton Bell, the Commonwealth’s Attorney in Hampton, says the judge didn’t know there was a hold on Mowrey for the Hampton charge, meaning he shouldn’t have been released.
Mowrey was arrested again on Saturday, July 21 in Henrico County. His new charges include second-offense DWI, driving on a suspended license after a DWI conviction and violating a protective order.