DUI Vehicle Crash Causes Extensive Residential Damage – Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office

Tuesday, July 19th, at approximately 2 am, Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office Deputies responded to a call in Castle Canyon Mesa for a vehicle that allegedly crashed into a residence.

It was reported that the male driver, 34-year-old Brandon Little, a Prescott Valley resident, fled the scene only to return a short time later. When Deputies arrived, Little was being disorderly with the victims, and he was taken into custody.

Little struck three other vehicles and caused extensive property damage spanning across four addresses. He showed signs of impairment and smelled strongly of alcohol. A warrant was obtained for a blood draw with which Little refused to cooperate and assaulted one of the responding officers, spitting in his face.

He is currently booked at the Yavapai County Jail in Camp Verde and is facing several felony charges including criminal damage, aggravated assault against law enforcement, resisting arrest, interfering with a judicial proceeding and DUI.

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