CASPER, Wyo. — A 25-year-old Casper man was arrested on multiple recommended charges, including felony Driving While Under the Influence, after police say that the man was involved in an incident that left at least three vehicles damaged.
According to police records, Jordan Buck Flock was arrested during the evening hours on September 1, 2019. In addition to a felony charge of Driving While Under the Influence, Flock was also recommended for charges of Driving Under Suspension, Driving Without an Ignition Interlock Device, Failure to Provide Proof of Insurance, and two counts of Failure to Report a Crash.
Officers say that dispatch received a call, at approximately 7:30 pm, for a REDDI report.
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REDDI is an acronym for “Report Every Drunk Driver Immediately” and is part of a campaign that encourages people to report possible drivers under the influence.
The reporting party said that a gold Dodge pickup truck had struck a parked vehicle near 18th and Jefferson Streets in Casper, and leave the area. The reporting party said that the gold Dodge nearly struck other vehicles as while.
While responding to the area police encountered several vehicles near McKinley and 17th that had been involved in a crash, one of the vehicles was reportedly a gold Dodge matching the description of the call from 18th and Jefferson.
In addition to the crash, officers say that they observed a shirtless male involved in a physical fight in the road.
Police intervened in the fight and placed the shirtless man in handcuffs, identifying him as Flock. Witnesses say that Flock was the driver and sole occupant of the gold Dodge.
Bystanders reported that the Flock truck had struck an unoccupied blue Toyota pickup near 17th and McKinley streets. The blue Toyota is said to have moved approximately 20 feet as a result of the crash, and struck a parked silver Dodge pickup.
Witnesses near 18th Street and Jefferson Streets, witnesses report that the gold Dodge pickup had also struck a red Ford truck near that address.
Other witnesses at the East 17th Street scene said that they had heard the crash and observed Flock exit the gold Dodge and begin walking away from the scene. One witness reportedly confronted Flock, and the suspect began to run. After a brief chase between the citizen and the suspect, a physical altercation ensued, that was ultimately ended by police arrival on scene.
Flock reported had a suspended Wyoming driver’s license at the time of the incident, for reported numerous Driving While Under the Influence charges. It was further observed that Flock was required to drive only vehicles equipped with an ignition interlock device. No such device was located in the gold Dodge.
Police say that Flock is currently on probation for a third Driving While Under the Influence charge, with previous convictions in 2013, 2018, 2019.
Flock was transported to the Natrona County Detention Center and was booked in at approximately 8:30 pm.
All of those cited or arrested are presumed innocent until convicted in a court of law. Charges are subject to change following official filings from the Natrona County District Attorney’s Office.