Picture: Dale Mark Stikeleather
A Marion County man, 61-year-old Dale Mark Stikeleather of Flippin, appeared earlier than a district court docket clerk in Marion County earlier this month and was described as argumentative, saying he needed to enchantment two prior DWI convictions.
In line with the possible trigger affidavit, when Stikeleather left, he was noticed driving away as the only occupant of his car.
The Marion County Sheriff’s Workplace was instantly contacted by the prosecuting legal professional’s workplace.
A site visitors cease of Stikeleather’s car was performed on Fallen Ash Street by an Arkansas State Police trooper based mostly on legislation enforcement’s data of the Flippin man having a suspended license. The data was confirmed by means of the state’s crime data heart database.
When suggested to exit the car, Stikeleather reportedly fled on foot and was arrested moments later and transported to the Marion County Sheriff’s Workplace.
It was found after the arrest that Stikeleather confirmed indicators of impairment with a robust odor of intoxicants about his breath and particular person. He was noticed to have crimson bloodshot eyes and issue sustaining his stability.
Stikeleather allegedly admitted to have been ingesting the prior night, saying he had consumed beer and vodka earlier than going to mattress round midnight.
It was confirmed the Flippin man has two earlier DWI convictions in Marion County throughout the earlier 5 years and a trial in 2021 in Boone County for DWI.
He was charged with felony DWI, fourth offense, and refusing to undergo a chemical check.
His bond was set at $10,000.
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