UPDATE: Warrant issued for Byron man charged with careless driving after rollover crash
(ABC 6 News) – According to Minnesota Court Records, a Byron man accused of driving with a canceled license after a single-vehicle rollover failed to appear for two Olmsted County hearings in the last month.
Olmsted County Court issued an arrest warrant for 23-year-old Brandon Matthews after he failed to appear on one charge of possessing stolen property March 27, according to court records.
According to Minnesota court records, Matthews also failed to appear on charges of careless driving, duty to drive with due care–speed greater than reasonable, and driving after license cancellation Thursday, April 20.
(ABC 6 News) – UPDATE: Brandon Mathews was charged with careless driving, duty to drive with due care–speed greater than reasonable, and driving after license cancelation in Olmsted County Court Monday.
He was also charged with possession of stolen property.
Mathews was originally arrested on suspicion of driving while impaired, but was not charged with DWI Monday, March 27.
A Byron man was arrested on suspicion of driving while intoxicated after a single-vehicle rollover Saturday.
According to the Olmsted County Sheriff’s Office, a deputy in Byron reported he saw 23-year-old Brandon Mathews driving at about 3:30 p.m. March 25.
The deputy had pulled Mathews over just days before, and knew his drivers license had been canceled for public safety, according to the OCSO.
The deputy drove after Mathews and allegedly turned onto 20th St. after him, only to find Mathews’ car had rolled off the roadway.
The deputy claimed he smelled alcohol and marijuana on Mathews, and arrested him on suspicion of DWI, reckless driving, and driving with a canceled license.
The deputy also alleged that Mathews had a stolen license plate in the vehicle.
Mayo clinic ambulance medically cleared Mathews at the scene and he was taken to the Olmsted County Adult Detention Center.