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WOMAN HIDES IN CLOSET – CALLS 911 – WHILE PAIR ALLEGELY ROB RESIDENCE

WOMAN HIDES IN CLOSET – CALLS 911 – WHILE PAIR ALLEGELY ROB RESIDENCE

 

Jake Lane and a fourteen year old juvenile accomplice, were arrested and charged with Residential Burglary, Possession of Alcohol by a Minor and an additional charge of Possession of Marijuana was charged against Lane.

According to the report filed with the Garland County Sheriff’s Department, Deputies were called to 383 Kaufman Road, where Debra Mullins stated that she saw the two suspects walk from her front yard to the back and try to open the locked door downstairs.

Drug Task Force, Hot Springs police raid residence

Drug Task Force, Hot Springs police raid residence

Jerome and Vicki Hunter, 1004 Spring Street were arrested and charged with Possession of Drugs and Drug Paraphernalia. According to the report filed with the Garland County Sheriff’s Office, “Members of the 18th East Drug Task Force and Hot Springs Police Department swat team executed a search warrant at 1004 Spring Street, Hot Springs, Arkansas. Suspects (were) arrested Tuesday morning on Narcotics related charges and transported to the Garland County Sheriff’s Department for processing.”

Shots fired; man arrested

Shots fired; man arrested

Jose Burgos, 535 Burchwood Bay Road, was arrested and charged with Assault on a Family Member, Public Intoxication, and Resisting Arrest. Deputies responded to a domestic disturbance call and made contact with the suspect. Deputies reported smelling a strong odor of intoxicants, unsteady on his feet and had slurred speech.  He was placed under arrest and while being placed in the patrol car, became combative. Contact was made with the claimant who stated that she and the suspect had gotten into a physical altercation during which the suspect grabbed a hand gun and fired three shots into the floor.  The claimant, and two witnesses managed to escape the residence only to have the suspect come outside and fire two more shots while the claimant was running away.

Police recover stolen vehicle; one arrested

Police recover stolen vehicle; one arrested

James Edward Goodin was arrested on charges of Theft by Receiving over $1.000.  A patrolling officer with the Hot Springs Police Department observed a white truck with a loan occupant sitting in the parking lot of car wash, on Hidgon Ferry Road, which was closed for business.  As the officer attempted to exit his vehicle and make contact with the driver, the vehicle pulled onto Higdon Ferry driving south.  The patrolman executed a traffic stop at the Wash-n-Go Laundry Mat on Higdon Ferry.  A check with the local dispatcher revealed that the vehicle had been reported stolen, and that the driver, identified as Goodin, had two valid Warrants.

Garland Co. Drug Task Force Operations arrests Hot Springs man

Garland Co. Drug Task Force Operations arrests Hot Springs man

Walter E. Kisner, 205 Skyview Terrace, was arrested and charged with Possession of a Controlled Substance with Intent to Deliver, Maintaining a Drug Premises, Unauthorized Use of Another Persons Property to Facilitate a Crime.

Shooting suspects brought back to Garland County

Shooting suspects brought back to Garland County

BY MIKE BROOKS

Cooperative police work between area wide counties, enabled Garland County Authorities to have in custody this morning the two suspects involved in last nights shooting as reported earlier by hotspringsdaily.com.

Dustin Brown, age 25 of Hot Springs National Park, and Stephen Tye Curtiss, age 26 of Prattsville, are being held in the Garland County Detention Center and are charged with Murder and Battery.

According to the G.C.S.O. report, deputies were called to the scene of a shooting at 103 Barite Road at approximately 6:30 last night.  

Man allegedly sells stolen merchandise to pawn shops

Man allegedly sells stolen merchandise to pawn shops

Rodricus Unquaine Townsend, 107 Ashland Street, was arrested on warrants for Theft of Property over $1,000, and Residential Burglary. According to Hot Springs Police Department records, on 12/21/12, officers were dispatched to 109 Ashland in response to a burglary which had just occurred.

Upon arrival officers made contact with Townsend who reported have seen two unknown subjects wearing dark clothing, run from the back of 109 Ashland, the residence of Melissa Trantham. That night, after returning home, Trantham reported to police that two pair of earrings and nine ladies gold rings were missing. The value of the jewelry was estimated at $3,225.00 and damage to the residence at $100.