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Madison County doctor and wife accused of providing alcohol to minors

Source: Madison County Detention Center Source: Madison County Detention Center
A Madison County Doctor and his wife have been arrested and are facing 20 counts each of contributing to the delinquency of a minor.

Madison County District Attorney Michael Guest says they are all misdemeanor charges.

Madison County Sheriff's Department Chief Deputy Jeremy Williams tell us Dr. Dulske and his wife were arrested in regard to the Social Host Law, which prohibits hosts from giving alcohol to minors.

The legislature changed the law back in 2011, to make it easier to prosecute adults who host parties and provide alcohol to minors.

"They are human just like me and you if I go out there and commit a crime, in going to have to get persecuted for it. They are not no more than I am they just a doctor but they still a human being," said Roy Lewis, of Bolton, MS. "You can't sell an alcohol beverage to a minor in a store or tobacco and a doctor they suppose to be one at the top of the list. And so I don't think it's right for them to serve liquor to minors at a party, let alone having minors at a party they may be hosting. 

Williams says teens were drinking at the doctor's home at 105 Berm Ridge Road, in Madison County.

Dr. Michael Dulske and his wife, Anne Dulske, were arrested October 5 and bonded out the same day on $20,000 bonds each.

District Attorney Michael Guest says each count caries up to one year in jail and a $1000 fine.

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