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Payne King of Arizona detained for a driving-related offense

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Payne King was detained on Saturday, August 12th, 2017 by officials for a driving-related offense according to public records.

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Apache County, AZ

Local law enforcement near the Apache County, AZ area have busted Payne Christian King, according to reports obtained by Western Blotter on August 14, 2017.

Mr. King was detained August 12, 2017, after having been charged for a driving-related offense. At this time, a release date has either not been set or may have been withheld from the reporting agency.

King was described as a white man of unknown age with brown eyes and black hair. When booked, he weighed 150 lbs and stood 5' 9" tall.

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