A third offense of driving while under the influence of alcohol resulted in a Muldrow man being charged in district court with a felony. Timothy Allen Wann, 47, was charged July 30 with a felony count of driving a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol. He was also charged with transporting an open container of beer and no valid driver's license, both misdemeanors. According to the police officer's report, Wann was stopped July 26 on U.S. Highway 64, three miles east of Sallisaw, because he was driving left of center. The officer reported Wann failed sobriety tests, and was arrested and transported to the county jail. Wann pleaded not guilty to the charge on July 30, and his case is on Judge Larry Langley's August 20 felony docket. According to Oklahoma laws, a third driving under the influence of alcohol charge is a felony, punishable by up to 10 years of prison, a fine of up to $5,000 and revocation of a driver's license for up to three years.
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