Camden man facing sixth offense DUI

 

Rodney Caulk

DOVER — A 54-year-old Camden man was charged with a sixth offense DUI on Saturday after being located in a Club Fitness parking lot, police said.

According to court records, at least seven felony DUI arrests have been made in Kent County within the past 25 days.

Rodney Caulk was contacted just before 6 p.m. after Dover police received a report of possible driving under the influence, spokesman Master Cpl. Mark Hoffman said.

Officers stopped a vehicle that Mr. Caulk was driving, authorities said, and he was arrested after field tests were conducted. He was committed to James T. Vaughn Correctional Center near Smyrna in lieu of $6,000 cash bond.

Other recent felony DUI arrests included:

• Arnold D. Sudler, 57, of Felton, arrested Sunday on fourth DUI of alcohol. Other charges included felony disregard police signal, misdemeanor driver’s license suspended/revoked, reckless driving, insurance card, and possession of drug paraphernalia. Traffic violations included possession of registration card, improper lane change (three counts), turns without signal (three counts), and failure to heed stop sign (eight counts).

• Angela N. Iubatti, 44, of Felton, arrested Feb. 14, DUI of drugs third offense.

• Bruce F. Millar, 57, of Middletown, arrested Feb. 8, DUI of alcohol fourth offense.

• Samuel L. Flamer, 40, of Harrington, arrested Feb. 6, DUI sixth offense, misdemeanor insurance card, and endangering welfare of a child. Traffic violations included possesion of registration card, improper lane change, no child restraint, front passenger seat.

• Thomas E. Felter, 51, of Frederica, arrested Feb. 2, DUI of alcohol fourth offense, misdemeanor insurance card, following too closely traffic violation. He was given $5,000 in cash only bond.

• Dequian L. Flamer, 26, of Clayton, arrested Jan. 25, DUI of alcohol fourth offense, misdemeanor driver’s license suspended/revoked and failure to carry proper insurance and an inattentive driving traffic violation.

Reach staff writer Craig Anderson at canderson@newszap.com

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