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Vehicle Pursuit From Mountain Pine To Cedar Street – MOUNTAIN PINE

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Mountain Pine Deputy Marshal Wooten attempted to conduct a traffic stop on a dark colored SUV Monday evening in the area of West Strawberry Road.   Rather than pulling to the right and stopping, the driver fled in the SUV.

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The pursuit left the Mountain Pine City Limits and went up Cedar Glades Road toward downtown Hot Springs.  The Garland County Sheriff’s Patrol, Arkansas State Police Troopers and Hot Springs Police Officers all either caught up to the chase or met it head on, on Cedar Street behind the Arkansas School for Math and Science.

Charles Leonard Stanley 3 – allegedly fled from the Mountain Pine Marshals while wanted

The suspect pulled over on Cedar Street and surrendered.  Charles Leonard Stanley 3, 29, had outstanding warrants out for his arrest.  He was arrested at the scene and charged with Fleeing ($2,500 bond) and Failure To Appear (zero bond).