Woman charged after car, motorcycle collide
A woman faces a driving-while-impaired charge after her car struck a motorcycle last Sunday in Clayton.
Police say Rebecca Jean Mota, 42, of Clayton and Phillip Della Camera, 56, of Selma were both eastbound on Old Garner Road, with Mota’s car ahead of Camera’s motorcycle. When she entered the intersection with Shotwell Road, Mota tried to make a U-turn, and her car collided with Camera’s motor cycle, which was entering the intersection.
In addition to DWI, police charged Mota with driving while her license was revoked, making an improper turn, failing to reduce speed to avoid an accident and felony serious injury by motor vehicle.
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Judge named to new commission
Paul Holcombe of Clayton, a District Court Judge in Johnston, Harnett and Lee counties, has been named to the newly created N.C. Commission on the Administration of Law and Justice.
The commission will undertake a comprehensive evaluation of North Carolina’s justice system and make recommendations for strengthening the court system within the existing administrative framework. The commission will finalize its findings and recommendations in a series of reports that will be made public in early 2017.
Judge Holcombe was first elected in 2008 and ran unopposed for reelection in 2012. He presides over criminal courts on a rotating basis in all three counties.