JULIE FARRIS SUSAN FARRIS CHARLES CLEMENTS
On April 20, Deputy Michael Smith was dispatched to 1211 W. Ridge Circle in Horseshoe Bend in response to call that an attempted break-in was in progress. Upon his arrival Smith observed a white male on the porch of the residence identified as Charles Clements. Clements, age unknown of Horseshoe Bend was in a severe mental state seeing people that were not there, staggering and sweating profusely. There was evidence that Clements had attempted to remove w window air-conditioner in order to gain entry to the home. Candis Willis, who was residing home allowed a search in the room she was staying in and controlled substances and drug paraphernalia was found. Clements and Willis were both charged: Clements was charged with criminal mischief, public intoxication-drugs, and charged with obstructing governmental operations while at the jail. Because of his condition continuing to deteriorate, Clements was transported by ambulance to the White River Medical Center. Willis, age 26 also of Horseshoe Bend was charged possession of a controlled substance- two counts and possession of drug paraphernalia. Willis posted bond the day after her arrest in the amount of $2,520, released from the Izard County Detention Facility and given a May 5 court date.
A mother and daughter, Julie Lynn Farris and Susan Marie Farris were arrested April 19 following a call from the pair that the husband/father Michael Farris had attacked them. It was determine however that Michael Farris was the attack victim by both mother and daughter and that their stories did not did not correspond with to a recordings of the event. It is also alleged that Julie Farris was holding him on the floor while Susan kicked him in the head. Michael Farris was transported to a Baxter Regional Medical Center. Julie and Susan Farris, age 50 and 25 respectively, of 58 Foster Lane, Calico Rock were each charged with domestic battering third degree. Both were released the following day after appearing before District Judge David Emailer and given a May 7 court date. Deputy Jaden Whitfield was the arresting officer.
Tiffany Kristal Ellis, age 24 of Calico Rock was arrested April 19 on the charge of shoplifting after Deputy Jason Jordan responded to the Dollar General Store. Ellis is accused of stealing wall plaques, candy, and print placement maps. Upon arrival at the Izard County Detention Facility, Ellis tested positive for drugs including meth, marijuana, opiates, and amphetamines. Ellis posted bond the day of her arrest in the amount of $505, released, and given a July 9 court date.
Lori Dell Melton, age 28 of Horseshoe Bend was arrested April 20 on the charge of unauthorized use of a vehicle. Melton remains in the Izard County Detention Facility in lieu of $2,500 bond.
When appearing in Izard County District Court Steven William Chute, age 25 of Dolph was arrested after testing positive for methamphetimen. Chute’s bond was revoked and as the result of Chute hitting himself in the head after being placed in a jail cell faces the additional charge of obstructing governmental operations. Chute will remain in jail on a no bond status until his l court date of July 23.
Richard Kyle Cohn, age 27 of Horseshoe Bend was arrested April 22 on charges of not having vehicle insurance and possession of drug paraphernalia. Cohn appeared before Judge David Miller the following day, released from the Izard County Detention Facility and given a May 5 court date.
Ericka Lynne Stephens, age 24 of Horseshoe Bend was arrested April22 on the charge possessing drug paraphernalia. Stephens appeared before Judge Miller the day of her arrest, released from the Izard County Detention Facility and given a May 5 court date.
Ericka Lynne Stephens, age 24 of Horseshoe Bend was rested April 22 on the charge of possessing drug paraphernalia. Stephens appeared in Izard County District Court the following day and was released with a May 5 court date.
A Mountain Home woman, Beyoncia S. McKinney age 24 was arrested April 21 on a warrant for failure to pay fines. McKinney appeared in Izard County District court on Thursday and was released with released with a payment plan.
Austin Robert Farmer, age 20 of Oxford was arrested April 22 on a petition to revoke probation/parole and remains in the Izard County Detention Facility without bond.
News Release, For Immediate Release, April 27, 2015, POC: Sheriff Lawrence, 8703684203
Note: Pictures of Julie Farris, Susan Farris, and Clements provided