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License-less Ocala woman jailed after handing deputy Visa card during traffic stop

Dollene Robin Ravior

An Ocala woman who was caught driving without a license and instead tried to hand a Marion County sheriff’s deputy her Visa card was jailed Monday afternoon.

The deputy reported that 57-year-old Dollene Robin Ravior threw her hands in the air after seeing him at SE 73rd Street and South Pine Avenue in Ocala. He ran Ravior’s tag through the computer system and discovered that her license was suspended for driving under the influence.

After the deputy stopped Ravior, she admitted that her license was suspended for refusing to “blow in that thing.” He confirmed suspensions and cancelations from 2018 and 2019, placed Ravior under arrest and transported her to the Marion County Jail.

Ravior, who lives at 3669 SE 66th Pl. in Ocala, was charged with knowingly driving while her license suspended or revoked. She was being held on no bond and is due in court Feb. 18 at 8:30 a.m. to answer to the charge.

Ravior also was arrested this past June and charged with DUI, refusal to submit to a lawful breath test and driving while her license was suspended/revoked.

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