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A 43-year-old Jacksonville man faces DWI charges after he was arrested by North Little Rock police on Saturday night near 47th Street and Pike Avenue, where officers said he was walking around yelling about being in an accident.

Leamon Anderson, according to an arrest report, had an unsteady gait, bloodshot eyes and slurred speech when police arrived at the scene of the accident. Anderson was "very unclear about the circumstances of the accident," the report says.

He faces three misdemeanor charges: driving while intoxicated, refusal to submit to a chemical test and careless and prohibited driving. Anderson did not appear on a roster of Pulaski County jail inmates on Monday evening.

Print Headline: Police beat

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