ARKANSAS COURT OF APPEALS
NOT DESIGNATED FOR PUBLICATION
DAVID M. GLOVER, JUDGE
DARYLL DEAN BOOKER
STATE OF ARKANSAS
December 19, 2007
APPEAL FROM THE SEBASTIAN
COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT
HONORABLE J. MICHAEL
FITZHUGH, CIRCUIT JUDGE
Daryll Booker appeals from the revocation of his suspended imposition of
sentence on a charge of possession of drug paraphernalia with intent to manufacture
methamphetamine. The tenyear suspended sentence began on October 4, 2000. On
October 25, 2006, the State filed its petition to revoke, alleging that appellant had violated
the terms and conditions of his suspended sentence, inter alia, by committing the offenses
of possession of methamphetamine and failing to pay ordered fines, costs, and fees. The
matter was heard on March 2, 2007, and the trial court granted the State’s petition.
Appellant was sentenced to ten years in the Arkansas Department of Correction, followed
by an additional tenyear suspended imposition of sentence. We affirm.
At the beginning of the revocation proceedings, the State introduced, with no
objections, the fine and courtcosts ledgers in Case Nos. 0039 and 00703 as State’s
Exhibits 1 and 2. In addition, the State introduced, with no objections, Exhibits 3, 4, and
5, which show appellant’s pleas to the offenses of fleeing, refusal to submit to arrest, and
driving with a suspended license — all of which occurred with respect to his initial stop
by officer Jackie Davis.
Jackie Davis, Sebastian County Deputy Sheriff, testified that on October 20, 2006,
he stopped appellant on a traffic violation; that in the course of a patdown search during
that stop, he recovered a “B.C. Powder” packet from appellant’s back pocket that tested
positive for methamphetamine; that appellant fled the scene, but Davis was able to
apprehend him; and that Davis then placed him under arrest.