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One week after a Montgomery County sheriff's deputy pulled him over for suspected drunken driving, Rep. Alvin Holmes, D-Montgomery, claims he is a victim of racial profiling -- an allegation the sheriff calls "ridiculous."
On his way to the House chambers Tuesday afternoon, Holmes said he planned to file a harassment complaint with the U.S. Department of Justice.
"Racial profiling? That's what Alvin Holmes always says," Sheriff D.T. Marshall said Tuesday.
"The next time Mr. Alvin Holmes is stopped by deputies and is found to be drinking -- if the session is in or not -- he will go to jail," Marshall said. "That's not a threat. It's a promise."