On May 12, 2019 Newton County Sheriff’s Office Chief Deputy Michael Kyle Dunn was arrested by Arkansas State Police Trooper Michael Valentine, after Valentine observed Dunn’s vehicle swerve almost entirely off the road in Rural Boone, Arkansas.
Dunn was cited for driving while intoxicated – first offense and for refusing to submit to a chemical test of his breath. Dunn resigned from his job in the immediate aftermath of his arrest.
Although Boone Municipal Court records are not available online, a telephone call to the clerk of courts earlier today revealed that Dunn was found guilty of driving while intoxicated. He was ordered to pay an $800 fine and was sentenced to one year in jail, with all but one day suspended. For that day, he received credit for time served.
Note that Trooper Valentine’s statements about “the limit” being “8%” are wrong. The per se limit is .08%, not 8%. An eight percent blood alcohol concentration would be fatal many times over.
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