Ride-share driver wanted for felony strangulation arrested with passenger in vehicle
KFSM / Highfill Police
Christopher Lee Jensen was wanted out of Cullman County, Alabama on a grand jury indictment for felony strangulation/suffocation.

via KFSM:

HIGHFILL, Ark. (KFSM) -- A man driving for ride-sharing services Lyft and Uber in Northwest Arkansas was arrested following a traffic stop by Highfill Police after it was determined he's wanted felony strangulation/suffocation charges out of Alabama.

At 10 p.m. on Friday, April 4, the Highfill Police Department conducted a traffic stop at Highway 12 and Regional Avenue in the city limits of Highfill.

The stop was in reference to driving with an auxiliary light that often illuminates the ride-sharing company the driver works for. It's illegal to have those lights on while driving.

During the stop, it was determined the driver, 40-year-old Christopher Lee Jensen, was wanted out of Cullman County, Alabama on a grand jury indictment for felony strangulation/suffocation.

Police say Jensen was providing Lyft and Uber services to the area. He had a passenger at the time of the arrest.

Jensen was being held Tuesday, April 9, at the Benton County Jail, with no bond set.

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