Judge Denies Lower Bond For Tulsa Road Rage Suspect

Tuesday, May 23rd 2017, 4:40 pm
By: News On 6

A judge refused to lower a road rage suspect's bond from $1 million.

Prosecutors say Arnold Silva was involved in a hit-and-run crash last fall while under the influence of drugs.

He served less than a month in jail before bonding out.

Then, in March, prosecutors say he got into an argument with another driver and sped off, running red lights.

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At one point, officers say he was doing 70 in a 40 mile an hour zone.

Silva eventually crashed into another car, seriously injuring two people in that car, along with his passenger.

Silva was on probation and driving without a license at the time.

The judge denied the bond reduction, saying she was afraid to let Silva out into the community because he's a repeat offender.