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Johnson County sheriff arrested, facing charges out of Crawford County

JOHNSON COUNTY, Ark. — The Johnson County Sheriff faces gun and drug charges following an arrest in Crawford County. Arkansas State Police spokesperson Bill Sadler confirmed ASP troopers arrested Sheriff Jimmy Stephens. According to Sadler, troopers found Stephens to be in possession of guns and drugs during a traffic stop. Stephens now faces charges for simultaneous possession of the items.
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Inmate wins civil case against Aiken County Sheriff's Office, detention center and Aiken County

An inmate who sued the Aiken County Sheriff's Office for excessive force was awarded $150,000 for injuries sustained during the incident. Otis Keith Owens, of Warrenville, sued the Aiken County Sheriff’s Office for the use of excessive force while he was an inmate at the Aiken County detention center, according to ​​court records obtained by Aiken Standard.
AIKEN COUNTY, SC
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Arkansas sheriff arrested for alleged drugs, weapon possession: reports

He went from locking up bad guys to spending his night behind bars. An Arkansas sheriff was nabbed in a neighboring county on drug and weapons possession charges, according to local reports. Sheriff Jimmy Stephens, who represents Johnson County in the northwest corner of the state, was arrested Saturday in nearby Crawford County, state police said. Stephens was arrested after a traffic stop and was being held at the Crawford County Detention Center, 4029 News reported. He is due in court Monday. Stephens is now facing charges for simultaneously being in possession of guns and drugs, according to the report, which didn’t identify the type of drugs.
CRAWFORD COUNTY, AR

Traffic stop leads to weapons arrests in Thermal

Three people were arrested during a traffic stop in Thermal after deputies noticed a short-barreled rifle in the car. The Coachella Community Action Team did the traffic stop at Airport Boulevard and Desert Cactus Road in the unincorporated community of Thermal. The occupants were ordered out of the vehicle and taken into custody without incident. The post Traffic stop leads to weapons arrests in Thermal appeared first on KESQ.
THERMAL, CA
KTLO

MC man arrested for an attempted break-in

A Marion County man has been arrested for breaking and entering or trying to enter a residence. According to the probable cause affidavit, the Marion County Sheriff’s Department responded to a report of a male knocking on the door of a residence at various times, stating he was coming to “get” them.
MARION COUNTY, AR
natchitochesparishjournal.com

Update – Natchitoches Police identify two more suspects for shooting on Lakeview Drive

The Natchitoches Police Department had identified Jashawn Hill and Evelyn Coley as additional suspects in the shooting that occurred late last month on Lakeview Drive. Jashawn Hill is wanted for five counts of attempted second degree murder and Evelyn Coley is wanted for five counts of principle to second degree murder and one count of improper supervision of a minor by a parent of legal custodian.
WLWT 5

Fatal shooting on Monmouth Street early Saturday morning

NEWPORT, Ky. — The Newport Police Department says one person is in custody after a fatal shooting inside the Brass Bull on Monmouth Street. Officials say officers were called to the Brass Bull just after 1:30 a.m. for a fight inside the bar. The argument led to an individual...
NEWPORT, KY
villages-news.com

Unwelcome shopper arrested at Walmart at Buffalo Ridge Plaza

An unwelcome shopper was arrested at Walmart at Buffalo Ridge Plaza in The Villages. Lauren Ashley Switzer, 32, of Oxford showed up at the store at about 8 p.m. Thursday, according to an arrest report from the Sumter County Sheriff’s Office. A loss prevention officer spotted Switzer attempting to conceal clothing in a backpack. The loss prevention officer remembered that Switzer had been banned from the store a few months earlier, the arrest report said.
THE VILLAGES, FL
weisradio.com

Cherokee County Arrest Files For Thursday, December 1st

Dylan Edwards, 29 of Centre, was arrested November 30th at 8:49 PM, charged with receiving stolen property 1st degree by the Cherokee County Sherriff’s Office. Paul Lollar, 47 of Centre, was arrested November 30th at 10:28 PM, and later released on December 1st at 12:16 AM, charged with unlawful possession of controlled substance, unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia, and pistol without a permit.
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