A Fulton County man will soon reside in the Arkansas Department of Correction.
Curtis Allen Williams, 28, of Mammoth Spring was sentenced to serve 54 months on five separate offenses during Fulton County Circuit Court Aug. 13.
Williams was convicted of four unrelated felony charges and one misdemeanor that occurred on four different dates -- fleeing, theft of property, attempted residential burglary, third degree battery and failure to appear.
Williams' first offense, fleeing, occurred Dec. 26, 2003, when he ran from Mammoth Spring Officer Jamie Turnbough.
Turnbough said Williams drove recklessly, almost causing multiple wrecks before he lost control of his vehicle on Broad Leaf Road and hit a tree.
March 18, 2005, Williams stole a 2000 green Ford Mustang was stolen from a Mammoth Spring residence.
On July 6, 2005, Williams attempted to break into a Mammoth Spring residence.
When Williams entered the residence the home owner was at the front door, according to the report.
Williams then attacked the resident, beating him with a wooden bat, the report said.
A month later on Aug. 17, 2005, Williams was to appear in Fulton County Circuit Court. He failed to show.
Aug. 13 Williams was sentenced to 54 months for each felony charge and 12 months for the misdemeanor charge; each sentence is to run concurrently.