28 year old Stuart Nowlin of Atoka, Oklahoma, allegedly rolled this pickup off FM-2665 and then fled the scene.
DWI: Driver Rolls Truck, Flees Scene, Gets Caught, GOODRICH, July 13, 2013 - At approximately 1:10 am on July 13, 2013, witnesses drove upon an accident that had apparently just happened minutes earlier. A Chevy 1500 pickup had been east-bound on FM-2665 and left the road to the right. The pickup slammed into a large pine tree, then rolled coming to rest upside down near Mae Road. Troopers Kevin Burman and Sergeant Nita Bowen were dispatched to the scene, but the driver had fled. Shortly after the troopers' arrival, a vehicle drove up with two young men who said they believe that they had found the driver a short distance away and passed out in a yard. The two young men (Seth Marceaux with his cousin, Damien Marceaux and their dog, Scamper) lead Sergeant Bowen to the suspect who was indeed passed out on a front lawn on Marceaux Lane. Sergeant Bowen attempted to wake the man, but he appeared heavily intoxicated in a drunken stupor. Bowen called for an ambulance. After about 30 minutes, the man sat up. By now, EMS personnel from Americare Ambulance Service were pulling up, and Trooper Burman shortly thereafter. Emergency personnel checked the man out at the scene. He appeared uninjured and refused medical transport. Trooper Burman then began speaking to the man, identified as Stuart Nowlin, 28, of Atoka Oklahoma. Burman conducted a field sobriety test on Nowlin and placed him under arrest for driving while intoxicated. Nowlin was loaded into a DPS unit and driven to Polk County Jail. Nowlin's vehicle was recovered by Ken's Towing and will be stored at Harrison Body Shop in Livingston.