Man Accused of Fleeing Deadly SUV Wreck with House
Investigators say Fickle caused a disturbance Sunday at a Godfrey home and fled in a family member's vehicle after authorities were called. That SUV then crashed into a nearby home, and the driver ran from the scene before being arrested a short time later outside a tavern. The man killed had no connection to the driver.
Fickle couldn't be reached for comment Wednesday. Court records don't show whether Fickle has an attorney, and he doesn't have a listed home telephone number.
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