A 50-year-old Holden has been sentenced to a decade in jail after he modified his plea in Carroll County Courtroom.
Danny Joe Darnell was arrested following a name to the Carroll County Police Division, on August 31, which said a truck had struck a fence and left the scene of the crash. A short while later, it was reported that the identical truck had struck a Carrollton Hearth Division car that was parked on the sidewalk. The driving force then struck a hearth hyrdrant and practically hit a patrol car earlier than main legislation enforcement on a high-speed pursuit. Darnell was arrested after he pulled right into a car parking zone earlier than an officer trapped his truck towards a wall.
As a part of a plea deal, Darnell pleaded responsible to felony prices of Routine DWI and Resisting Arrest by Fleeing.
The Courtroom sentenced the Darnell to 10 years within the Division of Corrections on the DWI felony and and 4 years on the resisting arrest cost. These sentences are to run concurrently. The court docket additionally requested that Darnell be positioned in a long run substance abuse program.