Posted: Aug 6, 2012 1:53 PM by Kate Richards
DENVER (AP) - The Sikh temple gunman pleaded guilty to driving under the influence in Denver in 1999 but Wade Page never completed his sentence.
According to records, Page had a blood alcohol more than 1 1/2 times over the legal limit when he hit a sign at an apartment complex on April 27, 1999. That was the year after he was discharged from the Army.
The judge suspended a 60 day jail sentence for Page on the condition that he complete a year of alcohol treatment, 56 hours of community service and probation.
Denver district attorney's office spokeswoman Lynn Kimbrough said he only did 18 hours of service and there's no record of whether he completed treatment. An arrest warrant was issued in 2000. It was canceled in 2007 and the case was closed.