A Hardy man has been arrested twice in the last few days for violation of a no contact order. After his first arrest, Casey Daniel Clouse, age 34 was released from the Izard County Detention but he again was arrested June 7 for violating the same order. Clouse remains in jail without bond according to Sheriff Tate Lawrence who said that Lieutenant Charles Melton was the arresting officer.
Hugh Stiles, age 42 of Mt. Pleasant was arrested June 7 following a search of his property on charges of possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia. Stiles posted bond the day of his arrest in the amount of $2,100 and released from the Izard County Detention Facility with a court date of June 16. Lieutenant Charles Melton and Sgt. Gabe Sanders were the arresting officers.
A Calico Rock man, twenty seven year old Antonio Sanchez IV, was arrested June 5 on charges to include driving while intoxicated-third offense drugs, driving on a suspended license, having no insurance, driving without a current registration, and refusal to submit to a chemical test. Sanchez, who Sheriff Lawrence said has had numerous encounters with law enforcement, remains in the Izard County Detention Facility in lieu of $5,000 bond with a court date of June 16. Trooper Rodney Villiger was the arresting officer.
Justin Allen Janson, age 31 of Calico Rock was arrested on a petition of revoke probation/parole on June 8 while Richard Smith, age 40 of Melbourne was also arrested on a revocation petition. Both are being held in the Izard County Detention Facility without bond.
A Horseshoe Bend couple were arrested Thursday on drug/alcohol charges. Richard Kyle Cohn, age 28 was charged with driving in public and Ericka Lynn Stephens, age 25 was charged with driving while intoxicated-drugs and disorderly conduct. Cohn was released without bond while Stephens was released on a $1,040 bond. Both have Horseshoe Bend court dates of July 5. Deputy R.C. Lenex was the arresting officer.
Clayton Deness Carter, age not given of Melbourne was arrested June 8 for driving while intoxicated-drugs second offense, careless and prohibited driving, having no insurance, driving a vehicle without a registration, and refusal to submit to a chemical test. Carter remains in the Izard County Detention Facility in lieu of a $2,200 bond with a Melbourne court date of July 7. Cpl. Richard Williams was the arresting officer.
David Aaron Koonce, age 32 of Melbourne was arrested June 7 on a failure to pay fines warrant. Koonce remains in the Izard County Detention Facility without bond. A court date was not given. Lieutenant Charles Melton was the arresting officer.
James Lawrence Frey, age 24 of Brockwell was committed to jail by the Izard County Drug Court and is being held without bond.
Two female inmates who were awaiting bed space in the ArkansasDepartment of Correction were transported to prison on June 6. Laci Dawn Jones, age 24 of Batesville and Lindsey Michelle Carter, age 22, address not given had been in the Izard County Detention since early and late May.
William Joseph Carter, age 23 of Melbourne was arrested Friday on a circuit court bench warrant and remains in the Izard County Detention Facility without bond.
Following a one vehicle accident on highway 56 E. near Violet Hill on Sunday, James Luke Haney, age 28 of Violet Hill was found stumbling down the road from the accident scene and was charged with driving while intoxicated, drinking in public along with careless and prohibited driving. Haney remains in the Izard County Detention Facility in lieu of $1,235 bond with a July 7 court date. Deputy Steve Davidson and Trooper Clements were the arresting officers.
A Horseshoe Bend woman, twenty three year old Megan Brea Stanton was arrested Sunday on an Independence warrant and is being held for in the Izard County Detention Facility for Batesville authorities. Deputy Mike Smith was the arresting officer.
Will Garrett Hobbs, age 30 of Horseshoe Bend was arrested Sunday for driving on a suspended license and is being held in the Izard County Detention Facility on a $365 bond with a Horseshoe Bend court date of August 2. Deputy Toby Smith was the arresting officer.
Five males awaiting bed space were transported to the Arkansas Department of Correction on June 8. Nathaniel Allen Speak, age 33 of Calico Rock had been incarcerated since mid-April, Phillip Thomas Costanzo, age 51 had been incarcerated since mid-April while B.J. Hinds, age 33 of Oxford had been in the Izard County Jail since mid-May. Charles Anthony Clements, age 32 of Horseshoe Bend and Jeffrey Chase Moser, age 27 of Melbourne had both been in jail since late May.
Note: Picture of Stiles provided