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Wrecked car was Blaylock's
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A man who crashed his car and then told lawmen it wasn’t his vehicle will serve 135 days in jail after they found the keys to the car in his pocket.The driver, Isaac K. Blaylock, 35, entered guilty pleas to charges of reckless endangerment and driving on a suspended license. He was directed by Circuit Court Judge Bart Stanley to serve 135 days of an 11-month, 29-day sentence. That sentence will run in addition to time he owes the state for violation of parole.His charges were brought after he was reported “swerving all over the road at a high rate of speed” by a motorist.