Perry man arrested Sunday for driving without a license

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Joshua Michael Knowles, 39, of Perry was arrested Sunday on a Dallas County warrant for failure to appear on an original charge of driving while license denied, suspended, canceled or revoked.


A Perry man with a history of driving with neither license nor insurance was arrested Sunday for allegedly failing to attend a pretrial conference in June in Dallas County District Court.

Joshua Michael Knowles, 39, of 14700 M Ave., Perry, was arrested on a Dallas County warrant for failure to appear on an original charge of driving while license denied, suspended, canceled or revoked.

Knowles is held in the Dallas County Jail on a $300 cash or surety bond. He is scheduled for an initial appearance Sept. 6 in the Dallas County District Court.

Knowles was convicted of failure to provide proof of financial liability in 2019 in Polk County District Court. He was convicted of driving while barred in 2019 in Polk County District Court. He was convicted of driving while license denied, suspended, canceled or revoked in 2017 in Wapello County District Court. He was convicted of operation without registration and insurance card in 2015 in Wapello County District Court. He was convicted of driving without a license in 2012 in Wapello County District Court. He was convicted of driving while license denied, canceled or suspended in 2008 in Wapello County District Court. He was convicted of operation without registration and insurance card in 2007 in Wapello County District Court. He was convicted of driving without a license in 2005 in Wapello County District Court. He was convicted twice of operation without registration in 2001 in Wapello County District Court. He was convicted of driving while license denied, suspended, canceled or revoked in 2001 in Wapello County District Court. He was convicted of driving without insurance in 2000 in Appanoose County District Court. He was convicted of driving without insurance in 1998 in Appanoose County District Court.

*A criminal charge is merely an accusation, and the defendant is presumed innocent until and unless proven guilty.

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