A Grand Junction man who was involved in a single vehicle accident that wiped out a light pole and disrupted traffic on Thurs. apparently has been in trouble before. Back in 2002 Robert Joe Sheets was convicted of vehicular homicide when he was driving a vehicle that crashed and took the life of his wife. Just as in 2002, alcohol is considered a factor in this Thurs. accident and Sheets was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence. Back in 2002 before he went to jail Sheets had his license revoked even before the accident that killed his wife. According to court records he had been stopped for driving under the influence when police recorded him with a blood alcohol level of .119 and had his license revoked.