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A Sacramento area television personality has been arrested for a second time for suspicion of driving under the influence. Allen, whose real name is Mark Allen Stell, 50, of Roseville, was arrested in the early morning hours of Dec. Allen is the entertainment anchor for CBS-owned KOVR’s “Good Day Sacramento” morning show. Police said that an officer was dispatched to the area of Atlantic Street and Interstate 80 about 12:45 a. m. after two motorists called to report a sedan being driven in an erratic manner. The responding officer contacted Allen, the driver of the car. After an evaluation by the officer, Allen was arrested on suspicion of DUI and booked into Placer County jail. Allen was not on the morning show Friday. “We are taking this matter very seriously,” said “Good Day Sacramento” news director John Armand in a statement. While that process is ongoing, Mark will not be appearing on-air. Allen, who has interviewed many top stars in Hollywood, is also known for his humor on the morning program and for stunts such as swimming in San Francisco Bay and paragliding. In late August 2006, Allen was pulled over at Sacramento International Airport by Sacramento County sheriff’s deputies. Allen pleaded guilty in Sacramento Superior Court to a single count of misdemeanor driving under the influence. Allen said at the time that he had been at dinner with friends and was dropping someone at the airport when he was stopped. Source: www.sacbee.com
A Sacramento area television personality has been arrested for a second time for suspicion of driving under the influence. Mark S. Allen, whose real name is Mark Allen Stell, 50, of Roseville, was arrested in the early morning hours of Dec. 4 by
Mark S. Allen, entertainment anchor on CBS-owned station KOVR's Good Day Sacramento, has been arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence. ABC affiliate KXTV reports Mark Allen Stell, who is known on-air as Mark S. Allen, was booked into
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Mark Allen admits he is surprised he came out of the Christmas break so sharp after producing some mesmerising snooker to end reigning Masters champion Shaun Murphy's title defence at the first hurdle - in a match that will be remembered for a forfeited frame.
Mark Allen beat Shaun Murphy, pictured ... He said on worldsnooker.com: "It's the rule. You don't see it very often. Normally you would look for an alternative on the third go. I couldn't see a Plan B. "All other options left him a guaranteed chance ...
Defending champion Shaun Murphy was dumped out of the Masters in the first round by Mark Allen at Alexandra Palace. Murphy thrashed Australia's Neil Robertson 10-2 in last year's final to lift the Masters trophy for the first time but insists his forfeit ...
Mark S. Allen, Producer: Mark at the Movies. Mark is the producer/host of Mark@TheMovies a two time Emmy Award-winning movie show on Reelz Channel. He was a producer ...
Mark S. Allen; Born: Mark Allen Stell March 15, 1965 Amarillo, Texas: Other names: Mark S. Allen: Occupation: Producer, host: Years active: 1996–present: Employer
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