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‘Our Favorite Tree…”

Ryan Newell’s Chevrolet Trailblazer, snagged on the Tedfords’ Redbud.

Just after 1:00 am Saturday morning, Columbus Police Officer Stephen Kemp responded to the intersection of Highland Circle and 8th St. N. for reports of a drunk driver that had wrecked.
On scene, he found alleged intoxicated driver Ryan Newell (an employee an Severstal) walking on 8th St. Newell claimed that he ran off the road while he was texting, though he showed signs of intoxication.
Newell’s Chevrolet Trailblazer was Eastbound on Highland Circle when it veered off the South side of the street near the 8th St. intersection. The SUV cut across the Southwest corner of the intersection, barely missing a lightpole. It demolished a street sign, crossed 8th St., plowed through a stop sign and flattened a tree on the Southeast corner before becoming lodged on the tree’s trunk.

Ryan Newell

David Tedford, who’s property is located on the Southeast corner, told the Packet that he arrived home from work within seconds of the chaos. According to Tedford, Newell tried to drive away from the wreck. When the Trailblazer could not be dislodged from the tree, he says Newell then got out of the vehicle and started walking south on 8th St. Newell followed the man, not giving him the chance to disappear before the police arrived.
After Officer Kemp arrived at the scene, Newell was quickly arrested for Public Drunk. [While he was allegedly driving under the influence, he was not in the vehicle when Kemp arrived. Therefore, it could not be proven beyond a doubt that he was driving. – JD]
Tedford was saddened by the destruction of the tree. He says the 40-year-old Eastern Redbud had previously been in poor health. Tedford and his wife had nursed the tree back to health and referred to it as their ‘favorite tree.’
Tedford finished by saying, “I had some plans for tomorrow, but I guess I’ll be cutting up a tree.”



  1. Yes I did

    Do you have to report where this person works? As a reader I really don’t care where they work, just that they got caught and are being punished for it.

  2. JohnnyPhillipMorris

    What is the attraction in that area that encompasses Fourth Street down to Seventh Street? Is it Mr. Big and his Girls;the drugs;or Rock and Roll? Sex, drugs and Rock&Roll. The city ought to rename that portion of College Street, Rue Petit Pigalle(Little Pigalle, or Little Pig Alley…the name coined by American GIs that frequented Paris’ redlight district during WWII).
    It has French resturants and, allegedly, prostitution;and there is even rumor that the area is to become the site of European furniture auctions. A little bit of Pareee in the Prairie… where Catfish Alley meets Pig Alley. I’m surprised that Mr. Big and his investors haven’t brought in Riverboat gambling on the Tenn-Tom. Maybe with all the flooding in New Orleans, Mr. Big could convince a disgrundled Vietnamese family to seek higher ground and bring a REAL Vietnamese-run French bakery to Pig Alley.

  3. JohnnyPhillipMorris

    As for revealing the Severstal workplace of the drunken driver, I wonder what percentage of the workforce at Severstal(and the other industries lured here with cheap land and water, taxpayer subsidies and a MDEQ with its head in the sand), are citizens of Mississippi?

    The Packet has reported that the Correnti deal collapsed and it revealed that each job created there would have cost $100,000 in tax relief and outright dubsidies.

    Is Max giving away the store?

  4. JohnnyPhillipMorris

    Plant a Bois d’ Arc in its place to go along with “Frenchness” along Rue Pigalle.

  5. JohnnyPhillipMorris

    Breaking News in today’s Packet:

    See two females(sic) in their “mannish stride,” taking on CPD at the Princess. I bet Maurice is getting his eyes full.

    Put it on YouTube, Maurice!

  6. JohnnyPhillipMorris

    No information on where the two are employed. God forbid that they are attending nursing school!

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