A member of the Morse household landed behind bars after he was caught behind the wheel of a Tesla.
Hudson Morse Parr, 29, son of Villages Vice President Jennifer Parr and grandson of the late Gary Morse, was driving the grey Tesla Mannequin S four-door passenger automobile at 1:04 p.m. Tuesday when a visitors cease was initiated on Cleveland Avenue/County Street 466A in Wildwood, in keeping with an arrest report from the Sumter County Sheriff’s Workplace.
The deputy requested Parr for his driver’s license, registration and proof of insurance coverage, however Parr mentioned he didn’t have his identification with him. He offered the deputy together with his title and date of beginning for a data test. The deputy discovered that the Tesla’s registration had expired on Aug. 25 and that Parr’s license had been suspended on June 5.
The deputy additionally discovered that Parr had two convictions for driving whereas license suspended in 2021, one in Duval County and the one other in St. Johns County, in keeping with the arrest report. He additionally has two convictions for driving with an expired registration, each in 2021.
He was arrested on misdemeanor costs of driving whereas license suspended and driving with a registration that has been expired for greater than six months. He was booked on the Sumter County Detention Heart and launched after posting $1,500 bond.
After graduating from The Villages Constitution College, Parr went to the College of South Carolina and went on to to check finance at Jacksonville College. He has been working for Morgan Stanley. His arrest report listed an tackle in Tampa. The tackle is a $3.25 million house positioned on Hillsborough Bay.