MARTINSBURG, W.Va. - A state Division of Motor Vehicles director who is asking for home confinement for a guilty plea to driving on a revoked license apologized to a judge Monday, saying, "Hopefully, we can move on."
Craig Loy, director of the DMV office in Martinsburg, told Judge David Sanders that he is "very, very sorry."
"I especially want to apologize to the community and my wife," Loy said.
Loy is requesting that he receive home confinement rather than jail time for his guilty plea to driving on a revoked license, but Sanders delayed a decision on the case.
Sanders said he may decide by today on whether to give Loy home confinement.
Loy was charged with driving on a revoked license while he was on probation for reckless driving, to which he pleaded guilty in an agreement to reduce the charge from driving under the influence, according to court records.