Rep. Steve Womack’s son, James, arrested on a dozen charges

James Phillip Womack, 35, son of U.S. Rep. Steve Womack of Arkansas, was arrested in Tontitown overnight, according to jail records.Womack faces a dozen charges, including reckless driving, going the wrong way on a one-way street, possession of a controlled substance, criminal mischief and fleeing.He was scheduled to appear in court on Jan. 25, 2023. His bond amount was listed as pending.Northwest Arkansas law enforcement has arrested Womack in the past. He was arrested in 2010 in an incident involving 6 grams of methamphetamine. He pleaded guilty and attended a prison boot camp program instead of serving a 10-year sentence.He was arrested other times, including arrests on parole violations in April and November 2012. He was booked into jail on drug charges in September 2018 and again in July 2022.Rep. Steve Womack is currently serving his seventh term in Congress. He was first elected to Arkansas’ 3rd District in 2010.We reached out to his office and were provided this statement from Congressman Womack: “We have been dealing with these issues with our son for a very long time and like so many other families, we understand the challenges of drug addiction. He is fully accountable for his actions. As parents, there is no way to completely describe the pain and the powerless feeling we have in our search for solutions. We pray for all those impacted by this devastating disease that is poisoning our communities.”

TONTITOWN, Ark. —

James Phillip Womack, 35, son of U.S. Rep. Steve Womack of Arkansas, was arrested in Tontitown overnight, according to jail records.

Womack faces a dozen charges, including reckless driving, going the wrong way on a one-way street, possession of a controlled substance, criminal mischief and fleeing.

He was scheduled to appear in court on Jan. 25, 2023. His bond amount was listed as pending.

Northwest Arkansas law enforcement has arrested Womack in the past.

He was arrested in 2010 in an incident involving 6 grams of methamphetamine. He pleaded guilty and attended a prison boot camp program instead of serving a 10-year sentence.

He was arrested other times, including arrests on parole violations in April and November 2012. He was booked into jail on drug charges in September 2018 and again in July 2022.

Rep. Steve Womack is currently serving his seventh term in Congress. He was first elected to Arkansas’ 3rd District in 2010.

We reached out to his office and were provided this statement from Congressman Womack:

“We have been dealing with these issues with our son for a very long time and like so many other families, we understand the challenges of drug addiction. He is fully accountable for his actions. As parents, there is no way to completely describe the pain and the powerless feeling we have in our search for solutions. We pray for all those impacted by this devastating disease that is poisoning our communities.”

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