Sus­pect ar­rested in deadly wreck

Arkansas Democrat-Gazette - - ARKANSAS -

A man who had been sought on mul­ti­ple charges, in­clud­ing neg­li­gent homi­cide, in a fa­tal crash ear­lier this year in Rogers is now in cus­tody, po­lice said Tues­day.

Mitchell Cameron Ram­sey, 23, of Cen­ter­ton was ar­rested Mon­day on an ac­tive war­rant that in­cluded counts of reck­less driv­ing, driv­ing on a sus­pended li­cense and fail­ure to stop at a stop sign.

Au­thor­i­ties said the crash hap­pened about 4 p.m. Sept. 28 as Ram­sey was driv­ing a Ford Ranger north on North 13th Street in Rogers.

Ram­sey ran a stop sign at the road’s in­ter­sec­tion with West Per­sim­mon Street, caus­ing the pickup to strike a west­bound Dodge Dakota, po­lice said.

The im­pact caused the Dakota, driven by 56-year-old Wil­liam Dudzien­ski, to over­turn and hit a GMC Sierra.

Po­lice said Dudzien­ski was taken to North­west Med­i­cal Cen­ter in Bentonville, where he died of his in­juries. Ram­sey was in­jured.

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