On July 22, 2022, Arkansas State Police Trooper Korbyn Freeman stopped Steven Lowell Sale for Driving Extremely Fast. By the end of the traffic stop, Freeman issued citations to Sale for speeding (150 mph in a 75 mph zone), reckless driving, driving without insurance, and failure to register vehicle / expired tags. Sale, it would turn out, had been a cop.
Notably, even after telling Sale that he did not believe that Sale was running from him, Freeman still maintained to two other officers that Sale had looked directly at him prior to gunning it down the interstate.
Also notable, on or about September 8, 2021, Sale and a co-defendant were charged with having hunted migratory game birds over bait. Judgment on that charge appears to have been withheld.
On August 27, 2008, Sale was arrested on southbound Interstate 530, near the #3 mile marker, for reckless driving. He then failed to appear in court and was adjudicated guilty on both the reckless driving and failure to appear charges, for which he respectively received probation and a $310 fine, and a $250 fine.
Regarding Sale’s current charges, his arraignment is scheduled for September 6, 2022.
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