- Associated Press - Monday, December 15, 2014

KINGMAN, Ariz. (AP) - A Kingman man accused of driving on a suspended license also is facing an aggravated DUI charge after authorities say test results showed his blood-alcohol content was more than four times the legal limit.

Mohave County Sheriff’s deputies arrested 54-year-old Richard Lee Frisby Jr. on Friday night after stopping him for an undisclosed traffic violation.

They discovered Frisby was supposed to have an ignition interlock device on his vehicle for a previous DUI conviction. But he didn’t have the device installed because he was planning to sell the car.

Deputies also reported that Frisby’s license had been suspended and they smelled alcohol on his breath.

They say a field sobriety test showed Frisby’s blood-alcohol level was 0.382 percent. That’s well above the state’s legal limit of 0.08 percent for drivers.

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