Democratic state Rep. Aaron Coleman is facing two traffic violations after Douglas County prosecutors decided not to pursue a DUI-charge against the first-term lawmaker from Wyandotte County.
Court officials confirmed that Coleman, 21, is now facing a charge of speeding and failure to yield to an emergency vehicle the night he was pulled over by a state trooper on Interstate 70 on Nov. 27.
He was initially booked on suspicion of driving under the influence but he was not formally charged with the offense.
In a text message to the Sunflower State Journal shortly after he was arrested . . .