High Speed Chase Ends In Creek After Suspect Crashes Stolen Fort Smith Utility Truck

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CRAWFORD COUNTY (KFSM) — An Oklahoma man was arrested after he allegedly led offers on a high speed chase in a stolen Fort Smith utility truck on Monday (May 22).

Cecil Sixkiller, 33, of Stilwell, Oklahoma, is facing charges of theft by receiving and felony fleeing in the incident, said Bill Sadler with Arkansas State Police.

Sheriff Ron Brown said Sixkiller was taken into custody after he crashed the vehicle through a farmer’s fence near the Old 12 crossroads in Chester late Monday morning. He then ramped the vehicle into a creek and continued driving. The vehicle got stuck near the corner of Clear Creek and McCaslin Branch, where it is being towed.

The pursuit started on Highway 88 north of Rudy near Happy Hollow Road.


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