• Dennis McCaslin

Fort Smith man sent to prison for four years after Wednesday plea deal on multiple charges




A Fort Smith man who has had a felonious bend in his behavior dating back to 2013 was sentenced as a habitual offender to four years in prison with sixteen years suspended on various charges Wednesday in Sebastian County Circuit Court.


David Shane Mashburn who had previous convictions for Terroristic Threatening and Aggravated Assault, was arrested on December 9 on two counts of felony failure to appear, the last stemming from a forgery arrest earlier in the year. He has been in the SCADC since December 19 on a no-b0nd hold.


He was also charged with a misdemeanor account of resisting arrest.


In addition to the years imposed and suspended, sentences, Mashburn was ordered to pay jail fee and restitution of over $4700 in $60 monthly increments beginning 90 days after his prison release.








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