Oxford man charged with fourth DUI, child endangerment
An Oxford man has been arrested for a fourth DUI, child endangerment, driving without a license and other charges following a traffic stop on June 6.
According to the Oxford Police Department, an officer attempted to make a traffic stop on South 18th Street. The vehicle continued to Garfield Avenue, where it stopped at a residence.
The officer made contact with the driver, Christoper McDaniel, 29, and began a DUI investigation. During the investigation, it was discovered that McDaniel had at least three prior DUI convictions. The officer also learned that there was a child in the car with McDaniel.
McDaniel, of Oxford, was subsequently arrested for DUI 4th, which is a felony, child endangerment by DUI, driving with a suspended driver’s license, no car insurance, no taillights, no tag, and failure to yield to an emergency vehicle.
McDaniel was booked into the Lafayette County Detention Center and given a bond of $25,000 in Justice Court.
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