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Izard County Press Release Jack Yancey, Sheriff Press Release May 3, 2021

 

ROBERT STOWERS

Izard County Chief Deputy Charley Melton said a Pineville man was arrested after Deputies were called about an alleged assault of a female.

Melton said Deputy Toby Smith and Deputy Sean Tomlinson make contact with a woman who had several severe wounds and had been taken to the Calico Rock Medical Center for treatment.

After speaking with the victim, deputies then made contact with 29-year-old Robert Stowers of Dolph who was brought to the Izard County Sheriff's Office for further questioning.

Stowers told officers he could not remember what happened between him and the female victim, but did remember striking her for allegedly lying to him and that she might have lost consciousness during the assault. 

Stowers was charged with a class C felony for second degree domestic battery and aggravated assault on a family member, which is a class D felony. Bond was set at $25,000.

 

Melton said several others were arrested during the past week.

 

Antonio Torrey Johnston, 44, of Conway was arrested April 26 and charged with possession of a controlled substance. Bond was set at $1,250.

 

Victoria Lee Reynolds, 26, of Searcy was arrested April 27 for possession of a controlled substance and driving on a suspended license. She is being held on a parole violation. Bond was set at $1,615.

 

Dion Lamont Raglin, 49, of Little Rock was arrested April 27 and charged with misdemeanor possession of a controlled substance. Bond was set at $1,250.

 

Clarence Marlow, 25, was arrested on April 28 and charged with breaking and entering. 

Laura Chantelle Germeaux, 33, of Horseshoe Bend was arrested April 29 and charged with public intoxication. Bond was set at $220.

 

Randall Lipford, 57, was arrested April 29 and charged with driving an ATV on highway and driving on a suspended license. Bond was set at $535.

 

Jennifer Quearry, 41, of Melbourne was arrested April 30 and charged theft of property and possession of a controlled substance. Bond was set at $1,750.

 

Justin Hale, 22 of Mammoth Spring, was arrested May 1 on a failure to appear charge.

 

Clifton Frank Davis, 55, of Melbourne was arrested May 1 and charged with no driver's license, no seat belt and public intoxication. Bond was set at $100.

 

Sabryna Irby, 25, of Melbourne was arrested May 1 on a failure to appear charge.

 

Brian K. Cantrell, 28, of Pineville was arrested and is on hold for another agency.

 

Jamie Nichole Woodcock, 33, of Calico Rock was arrested May 2 and is being held on a CID charge.

 

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DRUG TAKE BACK

CHIEF DEPUTY CHARLES MELTON, INVESTIGATOR TYLER WEBB, IZARD COUNTY TREASURER WARREN SANDERS

 

 

Two hundred pounds of unused, unwanted and out-of-date narcotics were disposed of this week, according to Izard County Chief Deputy Charley Melton.

Melton said drugs brought to the DEA National Take Back Drug Event held April 24 were added to the items that had been disposed of at the two locations in Izard County.

"We have one drop box at the Izard County Sheriff's Office and another at city hall in Horseshoe Bend."

"While the rain did pour, it did not dampen the spirits of the numerous vendors and volunteers who participated, and we want to thank First Baptist Church for letting us use their location for the event."

Members of the Izard County Sheriff's Office, Izard County Office of Emergency Services, and elected officials participated in helping cook, set up or by donating items.

"A special thanks to Alodia Hankins with the Single Parent Scholarship, Margaret Morrison and Stacey Taylor with Crowley's Ridge Development RAAD program (Rise Above Alcohol and Drugs), Cindy Schaefering with North Central Education Services Cooperative, Olivia Bennett Bear with the Hometown Health Coalition, UPSOAR Project Coordinator McKenzie Jackson with Ozarka College, and Lindsey Bowers with White River Medical Center for their participation. Also, to Margaret Yancey with Izard County Tobacco and Prevention for taking the initiative to coordinate the event. Members of our Comprehensive Opioid Abuse Coalition were on hand, as well," Melton said.

"Each and every day we see the legal and mental problems, and even deaths that are a result from the misuse and abuse of narcotics. It is our goal to not only enforce the law, but to help educate ourselves and others on the dangers of prescription and non-prescription drugs."

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Izard County Sheriff's Department Jack Yancey, Sheriff Press Release April 26, 2021

Izard County Chief Deputy Charlie Melton said the following people have been arrested during the past week.

 

Matthew Logan Wiley, 36, of Mountain Home was arrested April 20 for misdemeanor public intoxication, furnishing prohibited articles and possession of a controlled substance, both class B felonies. 

Melton said that jail staff suspected Wiley was concealing contraband on his person and when officers entered the room, Wiley removed his undergarments and threw them away from the officers. 

While officers were attempting to retrieve the undergarments, a clear plastic baggie containing a white crystalline substance fell onto the cell floor containing a white crystalline substance that weighed more than 10 grams but less than 200 grams and field tested positive for the presence of Methamphetamine. 

Wiley is listed as a habitual offender. Bond was set at $40,000.

 

Matthew Thomas Martin, 29, of Batesville was arrested April 20 and charged with two counts of possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia, which are both felonies. He is also charged with possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia, both misdemeanors. 

 

Baxter Stanley, 59, of Horseshoe Bend was arrested April 20 and charged with disorderly conduct. Bond was set at $220.

 

Miguel Arthur Gomez, 28, of Batesville was arrested April 20 on a failure to appear warrant.

 

Adam Dale Stacy, 26, of Calico Rock was arrested April 20 and charged with failure to appear and probation violation.

Phillip Russell, 75, of Horseshoe Bend was arrested April 22 and charged with sexual assault in the second degree.

Seth Webb, 41, of Mount Pleasant was arrested April 22 and charged with domestic battery third degree. 

Joseph Ryan Davidson, 39, of Melbourne was arrested April 22 and charged with felony aggravated assault on a family member. Bond was set at $10,000.

Steven Ashworth, 25, of Melbourne was arrested April 22 and placed on a no contact bond from a Melbourne business.

David Marion Carpenter, 59, of Batesville was arrested April 22 and charged with violation of omnibus DWI Act, careless and prohibited driving and driving left of center. Bond was set at $1,160.

Crystal Allen, 34, of Pineville was arrested on April 23 for two counts endangered or impaired person, one is a class C felony and one class D felony. Bond was set at $15,000.

Alecxander Sexton, 28, of Calico Rock was arrested April 23 and charged with possession of a schedule VI-controlled substance. Bond was set at $1,250.

Penny Tucker, 61, of Pineville was arrested April 23 and charged with two counts of endangered or impaired person. One is a class C felony and one class D felony. Bond was set at $15,000.

David Bryant, 37, of Oxford was arrested April 23 and charged with felony assault on a family member and endangering the welfare of a minor, a misdemeanor.

Carl Luebken, 35, of Pineville was arrested April 23 and charged with endangered or impaired person, a class C felony and endangered or impaired person, a class D felony. Bond was set at $15,000.

Logan James Dobbs, 19, of Mammoth Spring was arrested on April 24 and charged with possession of drug paraphernalia and purchase of intoxicants. Bond was set at $1,440. He has been placed on hold for another agency.

Shelbie Marie Holowell, 21, of Horseshoe Bend was arrested April 24 and charged with misdemeanor possession of a controlled substance. Bond was set at $1,250.

Liston Clay Reed, 18, of Floral was arrested April 25 and is on a parole hold.

 

Chief Deputy Charlie Melton reminds individuals that shoplifting and threatening behavior will not be tolerated.

"Three people were found guilty in District Court of shoplifting and banned from that business. Another individual is to have no contact with a different business after making threats while on the premises. In addition to law enforcement, we have a deputy prosecutor who believes strongly in enforcing the law. We value our business leaders in Izard County and this type of behavior will not be tolerated."

 

Izard County Sheriff's Department Jack Yancey, Sheriff Press Release April 19,2020

According to Chief Deputy Charley Melton, the following people were arrested during the past week.

 

Kyle Kusturin, 50, of Ash Flat was arrested on April 12, for violations of omnibus DWI Act. Bond was set at $820.

 

Elijah Banning, 30, of Oxford was arrested and charged with two counts possession of a controlled substance and furnishing prohibited articles. Bond was set at $20,000.

 

Miranda Nicole Riddle, 29 of Olney, Illinois was arrested April 14 and charged with possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia, which are both class D felonies. She was also charged with misdemeanor possession of a controlled substance. Bond was set at $10,000.

 

Leesa Michelle Coleman, 34, of Norfork was arrested April 15 and charged with public intoxication and possession of a controlled substance, which are both misdemeanors. She is currently being held for another agency.

 

Jonathan Foster, 36, of Horseshoe Bend was arrested April 15 for domestic battery 3rd Degree, which is a misdemeanor.

 

Samantha Rae Bangs, 22, of Melbourne was arrested on April 17 and charged with possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia.  Both are misdemeanors. Bond was set at $2,370.

 

Dustin Keith Rouse, 25, of Melbourne was arrested April 17 and charged with disorderly conduct, possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia. All are misdemeanors. Bond was set at $2,590.

 

Richard Kyle Cohn, 33, of Calico Rock was arrested April 18 and is being held for another agency.

 

Richard William Jones, 26, of Melbourne was arrested April 18 and is being held for another agency.

 

VEHICLE'S TO BE SOLD

The Izard County Sheriff's Department will be taking sealed bids on the following vehicles. 

2007 Mercury Marquis, 2MEFM75V48X2625718, miles 168,012 

2006 Mercury Marquis, 2MEFM74V07X612691, miles 74,445 

2001 Dodge Durango 4x4, 1B4HS28NX1F577364, miles 266,755  

2012 Dodge Charger, 2C3CDXAT9DH523557, miles 153418  

2007 Ford Crown Vic, 2FAHP71V38X105958, miles 115,680. 

 

The Izard County District Court will be taking sealed bids on the following vehicle. 

2004 Chevy Express van, 1GAGG25U541172390, miles 138,570. 

 

Bids on all vehicles will be accepted at the Sheriff's Department located at the Lawrence-Blackley Criminal Justice Facility located at 300 Circle Drive in Melbourne. Bids will be accepted until noon on May 24, 2021. Bids will be opened following the closing. When submitting a bid, you must put the year and Vin number on your submission. Vehicles may be inspected Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. All vehicles will be sold as is where is. 

 

Izard County Sheriff's Department Jack Yancey, Sheriff Press Release April 12,2020

 
CHERYL CLEMENT
  According to Chief Deputy Charley Melton, a woman who was responsible for the death of a teenager in 2019 will be heading to prison and a man previously accused of soliciting sex from minors faces additional charges. Cheryl Lynn Clement, 47, was taken into custody April 5 after a plea agreement was entered in the January 2019 death of 17-year-old Tiffany Marie Russell. Clement's blood alcohol content at the time of the crash was almost three times the legal limit of 0.08, according to a report from the state crime lab. Family members of the victim were in the courtroom during the sentencing and a victim witness statement was read by Deputy Prosecutor Brad Sipe. Clement is currently being housed in the Izard County Jail awaiting transport to the Arkansas Department of Correction to begin an 8-year prison sentence.
  Brandon Gilbert, 40, of Oxford was arrested April 7 with additional charges.  According to the affidavit for arrest he is now charged with an additional internet stalking of a child, which is two class Y felonies; two counts internet stalking of a child, a class B felony; two counts sexual indecency with a child, a class D felony and two counts sexual assault in the fourth degree, a class D felony. The investigation began March 11 after investigators with the Izard County Sheriff's Office took a complaint from three juvenile males saying Gilbert had contacted them via Snapchat and cell phone texts and offered them alcoholic beverages and solicited sexual acts from them. A total of 4 victims were interviewed from March 11 through March 18. Bond was set at $40,000.    Michael Joseph Kelly, 32, of Franklin was arrested April 6 on a bond revocation after he was arrested in Fulton County on felony drug charges.   Ronnie Womack, 59, of Gassville was arrested on April 8 on a failure to appear warrant.   Felicia Norris, 42, of Melbourne was arrested on April 11 and charged with assault in the first degree.    Steven Bennett, 63, of Horseshoe Bend was arrested on April 9 for possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of a controlled substance. Bond was set at $2,370.   Cody Ray, 29, of Mammoth Spring was arrested April 9 and being held for another agency.   Timothy Perry, 29, of Drasco was booked on a parole hold.   Bryan Gibson, 54, of Horseshoe Bend was arrested for public intoxication. His bond was set at $220.   Ericka Lynne Stephens, 30, of Jonesboro was arrested April 9 and charged with possession of drug paraphernalia and possession with intent to deliver. Bond was set at $10,000.   Jamey Dockins, 43, of Oxford was arrested April 6 on two counts possession of drug paraphernalia. Both are class D felonies. Bond was set at $20,000.   Jeff Hall, 48, of Batesville was arrested on April 6 on a contempt of court charge.   Mark Benford, 54, of Melbourne was arrested on April 6 and charged with possession of drug paraphernalia, a class D felony.   Michael Liscomb, 39, of Melbourne was booked into jail after a failed drug test on April 7.   Robert Mannon, 39, of Newport was also arrested on April 7 and is on hold for the Arkansas Department of Correction.   Brandy Smith, 40, was jailed on April 7 on a bond revocation.   Charles Wade, 47, was jailed on April 5 for possession of a controlled substance, a class D felony. Bond was set at $10,000.   Michelle Marshall,  23, of Pangburn was arrested April 5 on a failure to appear for felony charges and transported to another agency.   Christie Ann Brooks, 43, of Mount Pleasant was arrested with possession of drug paraphernalia and is considered a habitual offender. Bond was set at $2,500.   David Bryant, 37, of Oxford was arrested April 5 for violations of Omnibus DWI Act and having no vehicle license.    Dylan Sanders, 29, of Dolph was transported from Baxter County and is being held on a bond revocation.
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IZARD COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT JACK YANCEY, SHERIFF PRESS RELEASE April 5, 2021

According to Chief Deputy Charley Melton, on March 29 Billy Turner, age 49 of Sage, was arrested by Deputy Caeden Wolfe for domestic battery 3rd degree. Turner is scheduled to appear in the Izard County District Court on May 13.

On March 30 Kimberly Elkins, age 28 of Melbourne, was arrested on a warrant for theft. Elkins is scheduled to appear in the Izard County District Court on May 13.

On March 30 Luke Dennis, age 33 of Calico Rock, was arrested by Deputy Evan Jones for criminal trespass and resisting arrest. Dennis is scheduled to appear in the Izard County District court on April 22.

On March 30 Braxton Sherrell, age 38 of Wideman, was arrested by Deputy D.J. Tiernan for DWI, refusal to submit to a chemical test, and no proof of insurance. Sherrell is scheduled to appear in the Izard County District Court on May 13.

On March 30 Ben Fitzsimmons, age 29 of Cave City, was arrested by Investigator Sean Tomlinson on a warrant for failure to appear on a show cause out of the Izard County Circuit Court. Fitzsimmons is scheduled to appear in court on April 7.

On March 31 Jonathan Foshee, age 37 of Norfork, was arrested by Trooper Coffman for careless driving, no driver's license, no proof of insurance, DWI, and refusal to submit to a chemical test. Foshee is scheduled to appear in the Izard County District Court on May 13.

On April 1 Latina Kurtley, age 47 of Newark, was arrested by Deputy Caeden Wolfe on a warrant for failure to appear on a show cause out of the Izard County Circuit Court. Kurtley is scheduled to appear in court on April 7.

On April 1 Dawn Hodges, age 37 of West Plains MO, was arrested by Jail Administrator Sherry Davidson for contempt of court out of the Izard County Circuit Court. Hodges is scheduled to appear in court on April 7.

On April 4 Lewie Elmer Branscum, age 35 of Calico Rock, was arrested by Deputy Evan Jones for public intoxication. Branscum is scheduled to appear in the Izard County District Court on May 13. At the time of this arrest, Branscum was out on bond from the Izard County Circuit Court on unrelated felony charges. As a result of this arrest, his bond was revoked in the felony case.

 

 

IZARD COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT JACK YANCEY, SHERIFF PRESS RELEASE March 29, 2021

 

GLEN GALBRAITH SANDRA LAWRENCE

According to Chief Deputy Charley Melton, on March 23 Deputy J Barnes was patrolling in Horseshoe Bend when a silver car made a right turn and failed to signal the turn. Deputy Barnes followed the vehicle and it continued to turn without signaling and driving left of center.  Deputy Barnes initiated his blue lights to make a traffic stop on the vehicle. The vehicle was licensed out of Mississippi. The vehicle made several more turns and was weaving on the roadway. After several turns, the vehicle stopped and Deputy Barnes made contact with the driver. Deputy Barnes asked the driver for his license and the driver stated it was in his wallet in the center console. Deputy Barnes asked the driver if there was anything illegal in the vehicle in which the driver stated there was not and gave permission for Deputy Barnes to search the vehicle.

Deputy Barnes retrieved the wallet from the vehicle and asked the driver if that was the wallet that had his driver's license and he stated it was. Barnes also located a container inside of a cigarette carton that contained a white crystalline substance.

Barnes then ran the identification in the wallet though dispatch. The information came back to a person who showed to be incarcerated in Arkansas Community Corrections Center. The unit was contacted and verified the inmate, whose name was used, was still incarcerated and accounted for. Deputy Barnes asked the driver about being shown to be incarcerated. He stated he was let out due to Corona Virus. Deputy Barnes asked the driver his name and he started mumbling "yes" continually.  Deputy Barnes then attempted to perform field sobriety on the driver but he would not comply.

After Deputy Caeden Wolfe arrived on scene, Deputy Barnes continued the vehicle search and located multiple baggies with a white crystalline substance, a pack of syringes, and a set of digital scales.

Deputy Barnes spoke to a witness who was outside near the traffic stop. The witness stated the driver was Glenn Galbraith. Deputy Barnes had dispatch run Galbraith, age 60 of Horseshoe Bend, and he returned with a warrant from Arkansas Probation/Parole. He also showed to have a suspended license.

Once at the jail, Galbraith refused to submit to a chemical test.

The crystalline substance field tested positive for methamphetamine.

Glenn Galbraith was charges with possession of a controlled substance more than 10 grams but less than 200 grams, a class "a" felony; and possession of drug paraphernalia, a class "b" felony. He is scheduled to appear in the Izard County Circuit Court on March 30.

Galbraith was also charged with no turn signal, driving left of center, fleeing, refusal to submit to a chemical test, DWI, driving on a suspended license, and obstructing governmental operations. He is scheduled to appear in the Izard County District Court on May 11.

On March 24 Deputy Jason Jordan was patrolling in Melbourne when he observed a blue GMC truck with the driver not wearing a seat belt. Deputy Jordan made a traffic stop on the vehicle and identified the driver as Sandra Lawrence, age 52 of Melbourne. During the traffic Stop Deputy Jordan had his K-9 partner, Mendi, perform a free air sniff around the vehicle. Mendi alerted on the vehicle. Due to Mendi's alert a probable cause search was made on the vehicle. Inside Sandra's purse, that was inside the vehicle, Deputy Jordan located a white crystalline substance that field tested positive for methamphetamine.

Sandra Lawrence was charged with possession of a controlled substance, a class "d" felony.  She is scheduled to appear in the Izard County Circuit Court on March 30.

On March 26 Aaron Laxton, age 30 of Mount Pleasant, was arrested by Trooper Blake Johnson for driving on a suspended driver's license and warrants outstanding warrants out of the Izard County District Court for failure to appear and violation of the Arkansas hot check law, Laxton is scheduled to appear in the Izard County District Court on May 13.

On March 27 Sam Cox, age 20 of Calico Rock, was arrested by Deputy Evan Jones for disorderly conduct. Cox is scheduled to appear in the Izard County District Court on April 22.

 

Photos of Galbraith and Lawrence provided.

 

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IZARD COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT SHERIFF JACK YANCEY PRESS RELEASE March 22, 2021

On March 21, 2021 at approximately 6:00 a.m. the Izard County Sheriff's Department was notified of a house fire at 756 Peterson Circle in Mount Pleasant and that there was also a deceased individual at that location.

Upon arrival at the scene the officers were met by the complainant who is a neighbor. Complainant advised that when he arrived the deceased owner of the home was in his truck in front of the house and that he had pulled the body out of the truck and away from the burning house.

Evidence gathered at the scene along with interviews of witness' are consistent with a self-inflicted gunshot wound. The body has been sent to the State Crime Laboratory for an autopsy. Release of the victim's name is pending notification of next of kin. The case is still under investigation. However foul play is not suspected at this time.

IZARD COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT SHERIFF JACK YANCEY PRESS RELEASE March 22, 2021

 

BOBBY HUBBARD ZACHARY MONTGOMERY

 

According to Chief Deputy Charley Melton, on March 13 Deputy J Barnes was patrolling South Bend Drive in Horseshoe Bend when a white truck with one tail light illuminated passed heading Southbound on South Bend Drive. Deputy Barnes stopped the truck on Ivory Lane and made contact with the driver Bobby Hubbard, age 36 of Pineville. During the stop it was learned that Hubbard was on active supervision with the Arkansas Community Corrections and he had a search waiver on file. Deputy Barnes then asked Hubbard to exit the vehicle before he conducted a vehicle search. When Hubbard exited the vehicle, Deputy Barnes asked him if he had anything illegal on his person or in the vehicle. Hubbard stated that he had marijuana in the center console in a blue tube. When Deputy Barnes conducted the vehicle search, he found what resembled the look and smell of marijuana in a blue tube. Deputy Barnes also found a syringe with a cloudy liquid inside in the center console. Further in the search Deputy Barnes found a NOS energy drink can with energy drink still inside with three syringes and two small plastic baggies and an open bottle of drinking alcohol. When Deputy Barnes removed the baggies there was a crystal-like substance inside both the clear baggie and the blue baggie that resembled the look of methamphetamine. Deputy Barnes also found a small plastic bag with and unidentified pill in the back side of the center console and two pair of brass knuckles.

The two small plastic baggies containing a residue field tested positive for methamphetamine along with the liquid in the hypodermic syringes with a liquid residue that field tested positive for the presence of Methamphetamine.

As a result of the traffic stop Hubbard as charged with possession of drug paraphernalia, a class "d felony. He is scheduled to appear in the Izard County Circuit Court on March 30. Hubbard was also charged with defective equipment, open container of alcohol, possession of a controlled substance, and possession of a prohibited weapon. He is scheduled to appear in the Izard County District Court on April 6. His bond was set at $5,000 professional. Due to Hubbard being on active supervision, a probation/parole hold was placed on him.

On March 17 Deputy Chase Tomlinson and Sgt Mike Smith made a traffic stop on a White Mercury Mariner with no license plate on Hawk Drive and Highway 289 in Horseshoe Bend. The vehicle was being operated by Zachary Montgomery, age 36 of Horseshoe Bend. During the traffic stop Sgt Smith learned that Montgomery had a warrant for his arrest out of Fulton County and was on probation with Arkansas Community Corrections with a search waiver on file. During a search of Montgomery, Sgt Smith found a green leafy vegetable substance and a smoking device on his person. Montgomery told the deputies that he had a glass smoking device, and that it is between the seat and center console.

The smoking device was located and it contained a usable amount of a crystalline substance. The crystalline substance in the smoking device field tested for methamphetamine.

As a result of the traffic stop Montgomery was charged with possession of drug paraphernalia; a class "d" felony, and possession of a controlled substance; a class "d" felony. Montgomery is scheduled to appear int the Izard County Circuit Court on March 30. He was also charged with possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of a controlled substance, no vehicle license, and no proof of insurance. He is scheduled to appear in the Izard County District Court on April 6. His total bond was set at $12,860 for all the charges.

On March 15 Travis McGraw, age 36 of Mount Pleasant, was arrested by Deputy Toby Smith for domestic battery 3rd degree and three counts endangering the welfare of a minor. He appeared in the Izard County District Court on March 18.

On March 16 Hannah Stevens, age 20 of Horseshoe Bend, was arrested on a failure to appear warrant out of the Izard County District Court. She appeared in the Izard County District Court on March 18.

On March 16 Melissa Williams, age 50 of Melbourne, was arrested by Sgt. Steve Davidson on a warrant for failure to appear out of the Izard County District Court. She appeared in the Izard County District Court on March 18.

On March 20 Trysten Martz, age 21 of Cushman, was arrested by Deputy Toby Smith for possession of a controlled substance. He is scheduled to appear in the Izard County District Court on April 22.

On March 20 Kaylee Mensman, age 27 of Horsehoe Bend, was arrested by Deputy J Barnes for domestic battery 3rd degree. She is scheduled to appear in the Izard County District Court on May 11.

On March 21 Shawn Branscum, age 46 of Batesville, was arrested by Deputy Toby Smith on a warrant out of the Izard County District Court for failure to appear. He is scheduled to appear in the Izard County District Court on April 8.

 

 

 

Photos of Hubbard and Montgomery provided.

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