TEXARKANA, TX (KSLA) - A Texarkana, Texas, man is the motorcyclist who died in a collision Sunday evening, authorities say.
And the driver of the car involved in the wreck has been booked on a charge of intoxication manslaughter.
Killed was 29-year-old Skylar Crenshaw.
He was traveling east on New Boston Road when his motorcycle and a 2002 Honda Civic traveling south on Reading Street collided about 6:30 p.m., Texarkana, Texas, police report.
The impact caused Crenshaw to be ejected from the motorcycle and strike a utility pole support cable.
He died at the scene.
A motorcycle helmet was found at the scene.
Police said Crenshaw was not wearing a helmet.
Authorities say the car was being driven by 58-year-old Callie Jones, who showed signs of intoxication and failed standard field sobriety tests.
The Texarkana, Texas, resident and her passenger, 59-year-old Rodney Huff, of Texarkana, Texas, were not hurt.
Jones was booked into Bi-State Justice Center.
No bond had been set.