Randall Scott Lipford, age 37, of Horseshoe Bend was arrested September 20 on a felony warrant accusing him of delivery a controlled substance - methamphetamine on two separate occasions. Each charge, a class “y” felony stems from a controlled purchase of the illegal drug conducted at the residence of Lipford in Horseshoe Bend. Sheriff Tate Lawrence said the purchase was a coordinated effort between the 16 Judicial Drug Task Force and the Izard County Sheriff’s Department. Bond for Lipford was set by Izard County District Judge David E. Miller in the amount of $25,000 which Lipford made on September 21.
In another drug related arrest, Tammy Gail Robinson of Moser Trailer Park in Calico Rock was arrested September 20 on a warrant accusing her of two counts of delivery of a controlled substance-hydroquinone charge is a class “b” felony and stems from controlled purchases made by a confidential informant at the trailer park residence and another location. The controlled purchase and arrest were conducted by the 16th Judicial Drug Task Force and the Izard County Sheriff’s Department. Robinson’s bond was set by District Judge David E. Miller in the amount of $20,000 according to Sheriff Tate Lawrence. Robinson remains in the Izard County Detention Facility.
In an unrelated matter, Stacy Lea Boling was arrested September 21 on a felony failure to appear warrant. Boling remains in the Izard County Detention Facility in lieu of $10,000 cash bond.
For Immediate Release
September 26, 2011
POC: Sheriff Tate Lawrence