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Man Convicted of Intoxication Manslaughter Back in Jail for Drinking

William Deas is back in jail. His appeal bond has been revoked. 

The State filed a motion to revoke Deas' bond on 10/19/11.

According to a report from the Scram monitor, Deas was drinking alcohol from 8:10 pm on Oct. 14, 2011 to 6:56 pm on Oct. 15th. The monitor transmitted information roughly every half hour that showed Deas was drinking, according to the State.

Deas posted the $50,000 appeals bond on Feb. 11, 2011 -- four days after being convicted and sentenced to 8 years in prison and a $10,000 fine.

According to conditions of his bail, he was to wear the scram ankle monitor to determine whether he was drinking, was prohibited from driving, and to not drink alcohol, use drugs or visit places or persons of harmful or disreputable characters.

According to the Wichita County Sheriff's Department web site, Deas was booked in to jail on October 28th.

Click here to read more on Deas' intoxication manslaughter case.

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