Casper Man Arrested for 4th DUI After Crash, Fight
Casper police officers arrested a man Sunday after he allegedly drove while under the influence of alcohol and damaged two other vehicles, leading to what authorities say is his fourth DUI charge since 2013.
Jordan Buck Flock, 25, was booked into jail on charges of felony DUI, driving while under suspension, no insurance, driving without a required ignition interlock device and two counts of duty to report. He will likely make his initial appearance in Natrona County Circuit Court at 2 p.m. Monday.
According to an affidavit of probable cause, police believe Flock was heavily intoxicated when he drove a gold 2001 Dodge pickup truck into a blue Toyota pickup truck on the south side of 17th Street near McKinley.
The collision with the Toyota pushed it some 20 feet into the side of a silver Dodge that was parked on the north side of the street. Severe front-end damage was noted on the gold Dodge and the Toyota, while officers also saw damage to the driver's side of the silver Dodge.
The crash was reported at roughly 7:30 p.m. and responding officers were flagged down by bystanders. They found two men fighting on the road.
One of those men, Flock, was arrested and reportedly exhibited slurred speech as well as bloodshot eyes. Officers noted Flock was unsteady on his feet.
Flock refused to submit a breath sample and refused to answer questions.
The man who had been fighting with Flock when police arrived told officers that he saw the crash and watched as Flock got out of the gold Dodge and start to walk away from the scene. The man caught up with Flock and confronted him, leading to the fight.
According to the affidavit, Flock's driver's license was suspended through August 22, 2022 for numerous DUI charges. He was required to only drive vehicles which were equipped with an ignition interlock device that will only allow the driver to start the vehicle's engine after passing a breath test.
Flock was previously convicted of DUI in 2013, 2018 and 2019, police say.
Flock's blood was drawn at roughly 11 p.m., though the results were not immediately available.