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Many people, even famous people get charged with traffic charges. Randy Howard, a country music Outlaw, was recently shot to death by a bounty hunter over a missed court date. Howard had missed his court date where he was charged with a fourth DUI, possession of a firearm while under the influence, driving revoked and possessing drug paraphernalia.
A friend had tried to take Howard to his court date but Howard had refused to go. Howard feared that he would be returned to jail for these offenses had pledged not to return to jail. Apparently Howard opened fire upon the bounty hunter attempting to detain him. The bounty hunter was injured by Howard’s gunfire but returned fire at Howard. Howard was killed in the return fire.
Randy Howard’s first record was the controversial All American Redneck, in 1983. The title track was deemed too colorful for radio. That stigma helped make the song and the album very popular. Howard played with the likes of Willie Nelson, Waylon Jennings and Gregg Allman. Howard has also gone on tour with Billy Joe Shaver and the Confederate Railroad. In recent months Howard had been working on an album of gospel music.
It appears that Howard had significant problems with drugs and alcohol. Our government’s harsh approach to drugs and alcohol probably ensured Howard’s death because he was destined to resist incarceration. Perhaps a more holistic approach would have saved Howard’s life as drugs and alcohol addictions are terrible foes to conquer.