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Recently released Ocala woman jailed again for driving without license

Dollene Robin Ravior

An Ocala woman who spent a week in jail last month for driving with a suspended license is back behind bars without bond after being caught on the road again.

Dollene Robin Ravior, 57, of 3669 SE 66th Place, was charged March 24 with driving with a suspended license (third or subsequent offense).  She’s been jailed four previous times since June 2018 for traffic offenses, most recently on Feb. 10 for driving with a suspended license, according to Marion County Jail records.

Ravior was behind the wheel of a white Ford Ranger on the 8500 block of South U.S. Highway 441 when she was stopped by a Marion County sheriff’s deputy for having an outstanding warrant. When asked for her license, Ravior said it was suspended because of a DUI conviction. She said she was trying to take care of her license but had been unable to, according to the sheriff’s office report.

Ravior is scheduled to appear in Marion County Court on April 28.

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