Pitt County Sheriff's Deputy Amanda Tyndall was scheduled to make a court appearance on charges she supplied wine to someone who is not old enough to legally drink Tuesday, but the case was continued.
This is at least the second time Tyndall's scheduled court appearance has been continued. Her new court date is Tuesday, May 4. Ironically, that is the primary election date, where Pitt County Sheriff Mac Manning is being challenged by Neil Elks.
Tyndall was arrested in September 2009.
The SBI says Tyndall, a D.A.R.E. officer, allegedly supplied wine to someone under 21-years-old at Tie Breakers in Greenville.
Pitt county Sheriff Mac Manning said after the arrest of the deputy that no action would be taken against Tyndall at the time.
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