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Stories from Friday, April 2, 2010

Sharp County Natural Gas system closer to becoming reality (04/02/10)
For many, the prospect of the area getting a natural gas pipeline has been a long time coming. Following a March 22 meeting with Sharp County Judge Larry Brown and mayors of Highland, Cherokee Village and Hardy, as well as representative Jeff Spencer from the USDA, the organization who will fund the project if it is deemed financially feasible, and Stewart Nolan, an engineer with Crist Engineering, the company who performed the initial feasibility study, the results look very favorable for the new system finally becoming a reality.. ...
Cave City student assists county with mapping (04/02/10)
There are always a few students who not only think outside the box, but also go above and beyond their duty as students and strive to better the communities in which they live. Cave City Junior Aaron Green, is no exception, he has recently taken on the massive task of creating a detailed map of over 600 Sharp County residents who have signed up for the proposed Sharp County Natural Gas project that is much the buzz in the area over the last year...
Teen alcohol problem topic of Town Hall meeting (04/02/10)
The very realistic fact that 11-years-old is the typical first time use for alcohol among teenagers is a great reason to host a Town Hall Meeting about teenage drinking. Ozarka College was the site of this meeting March 18 hosted by the Hometown Health Coalition. Various speakers and a group of local teens presented the various sides of this very real issue in a vivid manner that left attendees with much needed knowledge to help combat teenage drinking...
Local woman dies in house fire (04/02/10)
An Ash Flat woman died in a house fire at her home on North Circle Drive in Ash Flat March 23. According to an incident report obtained from the Ash Flat Fire Department, Wanda Yates, 68, was pronounced dead at the scene. Firefighters from the Ash Flat Fire Department and workers with the City of Ash Flat and Center responded to the blaze around 4 p.m...
Bragging leads to juvenile's arrest (04/02/10)
Highland Police Chief Jeremy Stephens responded to a glass break alarm at the In/Out Tobacco store on both March 2 and March 10. During both incidents, windows of the business were discovered broken. On March 15, merchandise was discovered missing from the business. The owner advised Stephens of a juvenile who may have some information relevant to the case...
Cherokee Village hires two police officers (04/02/10)
Cherokee Village Police Department welcomed two new officers aboard recently. Jeremy Shane Rose works with the city as full-time patrolman. Rose has worked for Fulton County Sheriff's Deputy for the last two years. He has been a certified police officer for seven years...
Tax deadline approaching (04/02/10)
With the April tax deadline coming up very quickly, there has been alot of confusion regarding the 2009 First Time Homebuyer's Credit that can be claimed on taxpayers returns for the year. The First Time Homebuyers Credit was extended until April 30...
Circle announces candidacy for coroner (04/02/10)
Sharp County Deputy Coroner, Nathan W. Circle has announced his intention to seek the office of Sharp County Coroner. He will be a candidate in the May 18 Democratic Primary. Circle, a long-time resident of Sharp County has been a Sharp County Deputy Coroner since 2006. Circle and his wife, Renee Clay-Circle, who is the current Sharp County Coroner, own funeral homes in Highland, Cave City and Batesville. Both are licensed funeral directors by the State of Arkansas...
Driving to Save a Life (04/02/10)
Photo by Steven Looney While classmates look on, Thayer High School Senior Eli Martin takes a drive on the Driving While Impaired Video Simulator as part of the 'Save a Life Tour' presented by the Thayer Chapter of Students Against Drunk Driving. The program was presented to Thayer high school students on March 26 to raise awareness about the dangers of driving drunk and how alcohol can impair both your judgement and your motor skills...
Sewage spills into Spring River (04/02/10)
A construction accident at the site of the new wastewater treatment plant in Thayer resulted in a minor sewage spill into the Warm Fork of the Spring River. A sub-contractor hired by construction firm, Smith and Edwards, out of Mountain Grove, accidentally broke the 12-inch sewage main near the plant...
Hospital continues to face financial troubles (04/02/10)
The Fulton County Hospital Board of Governors met on Monday, March 22, and hospital administrator, Joe Hammond, had some bad news on the financial front. "Our year to date loss, as I knew it would be for this month, has crested a million dollars to $1.2 million," said Hammond. "You'll see that compared to the prior year to date, we are down $2,444,000 in patient revenue. Net collections are down compared to prior year to date $392,491."...
CDC issues alert about infant Rotavirus vaccine (04/02/10)
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has learned that DNA from porcine circovirus type 1 (PCV1), a virus not known to cause disease in humans, is present in the Rotarix vaccine. Rotavirus vaccines are given by mouth to young infants to prevent rotavirus disease, which can cause severe diarrhea and dehydration...
The shocking truth about drinking (04/02/10)
On Thursday, March 18 at the Salem High School Gym, the Fulton County Healthy Arkansas Coalition in partnership with the Salem School District, hosted a town hall meeting to address underage drinking among Fulton County youth. Two Arkansas State Troopers and a Fulton County Sheriff's Deputy were on hand to answer questions and to assist students and parents with a set of "drunk" goggles, so they could experience the affects of alcohol inebriation first hand...
Trash Bash slated (04/02/10)
Spring into action during April and help clean up Missouri during the 2010 Trash Bash. The month-long event encourages individuals, families, groups, organizations and communities to pick up litter, educate others about litter, conduct a litter-free activity and encourage friends and family to participate. The annual statewide event is sponsored by the Missouri Departments of Conservation (MDC) and Transportation (MoDOT) as part of their ongoing No MOre Trash! litter-prevention campaign...
Circle announces candidacy for coroner (04/02/10)
Sharp County Deputy Coroner, Nathan W. Circle has announced his intention to seek the office of Sharp County Coroner. He will be a candidate in the May 18 Democratic Primary. Circle, a long-time resident of Sharp County has been a Sharp County Deputy Coroner since 2006. Circle and his wife, Renee Clay-Circle, who is the current Sharp County Coroner, own funeral homes in Highland, Cave City and Batesville. Both are licensed funeral directors by the State of Arkansas...
Harber to seek re-election (04/02/10)
Mike Harber has announced he is seeking re-election for Alderman North Ward 1, City of Thayer. "I have enjoyed serving on the city council the past for years and would like to continue to serve our public. After three years of disastrous weather that has taken a toll on our city, I feel that my experience is needed to keep us on the right track."...
Alford announces candidacy (04/02/10)
Robert Steve Alford of Thayer, has announced his candidacy for Alderman of Ward #2. He said, "I would appreciate your support for Alderman of Ward #2 (South Ward of the City of Thayer, Mo. "I served as Alderman for six years. I believe that as a council member we have improved the services of the departments of workers by the movement of workers to departments they are qualified to better serve the people. ...
Romans announces candidacy for clerk (04/02/10)
Rosemary Romans has announced her candidacy for the office of Oregon County Circuit Clerk on the Democratic ticket. She is married to Melvin Romans and has two sons, Jody and Gabe Trobaugh, one granddaughter, Ireland Trobaugh and three step-children and eight step-grandchildren...
Bicker seeking re-election (04/02/10)
Jim Bicker, Fulton County Justice of the Peace, District 3, (Cleveland, Strawberry and Union Townships), is seeking re-election in the November General election. Jim lives between the Bexar and Byron communities with his wife of 40 years, the former Sue Sanders. His two sons, Jeremy and Jed, both graduated from Salem High School and have agriculture degrees from Arkansas State University, Jonesboro...
Carhart seeking re-election (04/02/10)
Wendy Carhart has announced she is seeking re-election to the Thayer R-II School Board. "To the voters of Thayer R-II School District, I am again seeking election to the Thayer School Board on Tuesday, April 6. Having retired from 30 years of teaching, I was elected to two previous terms on this board. I greatly appreciate your vote and support."...
County exploring financing options for new jail (04/02/10)
The Fulton County Jail Committee met with representatives of the USDA Rural Development on Monday, March 22 to discuss the county's financing options for the proposed new jail. Also in attendance were members of the Quorum Court, Public Facilities Board, City Council, White River Planning and Development, architects Herman and Doug Lee and local law enforcement represented by Salem Police Chief Al Roork and Fulton County Sheriff Walter Dillinger...
Hospital continues to face financial troubles (04/02/10)
The Fulton County Hospital Board of Governors met on Monday, March 22, and hospital administrator, Joe Hammond, had some bad news on the financial front. "Our year to date loss, as I knew it would be for this month, has crested a million dollars to $1.2 million," said Hammond. "You'll see that compared to the prior year to date, we are down $2,444,000 in patient revenue. Net collections are down compared to prior year to date $392,491."...
Salem schools use stimulus money to update classrooms with new technology (04/02/10)
In today's technology-laden society, computers and other high tech devices are necessary pieces of the education puzzle. To make sure that Salem students have all the advantages that the latest in technology has to offer, the school district has used government stimulus money to update its classrooms...
Harber to seek re-election (04/02/10)
Mike Harber has announced he is seeking re-election for Alderman North Ward 1, City of Thayer. "I have enjoyed serving on the city council the past for years and would like to continue to serve our public. After three years of disastrous weather that has taken a toll on our city, I feel that my experience is needed to keep us on the right track."...
Alford announces candidacy (04/02/10)
Robert Steve Alford of Thayer, has announced his candidacy for Alderman of Ward #2. He said, "I would appreciate your support for Alderman of Ward #2 (South Ward of the City of Thayer, Mo. "I served as Alderman for six years. I believe that as a council member we have improved the services of the departments of workers by the movement of workers to departments they are qualified to better serve the people. ...
Romans announces candidacy for clerk (04/02/10)
Rosemary Romans has announced her candidacy for the office of Oregon County Circuit Clerk on the Democratic ticket. She is married to Melvin Romans and has two sons, Jody and Gabe Trobaugh, one granddaughter, Ireland Trobaugh and three step-children and eight step-grandchildren...
Carhart seeking re-election (04/02/10)
Wendy Carhart has announced she is seeking re-election to the Thayer R-II School Board. "To the voters of Thayer R-II School District, I am again seeking election to the Thayer School Board on Tuesday, April 6. Having retired from 30 years of teaching, I was elected to two previous terms on this board. I greatly appreciate your vote and support."...
Bicker seeking re-election (04/02/10)
Jim Bicker, Fulton County Justice of the Peace, District 3, (Cleveland, Strawberry and Union Townships), is seeking re-election in the November General election. Jim lives between the Bexar and Byron communities with his wife of 40 years, the former Sue Sanders. His two sons, Jeremy and Jed, both graduated from Salem High School and have agriculture degrees from Arkansas State University, Jonesboro...
Circle announces candidacy for coroner (04/02/10)
Sharp County Deputy Coroner, Nathan W. Circle has announced his intention to seek the office of Sharp County Coroner. He will be a candidate in the May 18 Democratic Primary. Circle, a long-time resident of Sharp County has been a Sharp County Deputy Coroner since 2006. Circle and his wife, Renee Clay-Circle, who is the current Sharp County Coroner, own funeral homes in Highland, Cave City and Batesville. Both are licensed funeral directors by the State of Arkansas...
Bradford no match for Cavemen (04/02/10)
The Cave City Cavemen wasted little time, or little energy, in dispatching the Bradford Eagles from the First Community Bank Pioneer Classic Baseball Tournament March 27 at the North Recreation Complex in Batesville. The Cavemen, three time champions of the tourney, blitzed past Bradford 21-0 in a four-inning affair...
Local hoopsters named All-State (04/02/10)
The Thayer Lady Bobcats placed two players on the Missouri Basketball Coaches Association's All-State basketball team last week. Kaley Hebert and Whitney Mills landed spots on the All-State squad. Hebert and Mills, along with fellow Lady Bobcat Samantha Oakes, also played their way onto the All-District team...
Lady Cougars edged by Flippin (04/02/10)
The Izard County Lady Cougars outhit Flippin seven to five March 23 at Viola City Park, but the Lady Bobcats left town with a tight 4-3 win over Izard County. Stephanie Shrable struck out four Flippin batters. At the plate, Kristen Doty and Harmony Herron posted two hits apiece for Izard County...
Horns clipped by Tuckerman (04/02/10)
The Viola Longhorns came up four runs short of Class 3A Tuckerman in the opening round of the First Community Bank Pioneer Classic Baseball Tournament March 27 at the North Recreation Complex in Batesville. Viola led through the first four innings of play, before the Bulldogs used a big seventh inning to break free and win 7-3...
Tryouts set for Grizzly Cheer team (04/02/10)
Area high school seniors and Missouri State University-West Plains students interested in trying out for the 2010-2011 Grizzly cheer team are invited to attend the clinics from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. April 19 and 20 at the West Plains Civic Center. Cheer team hopefuls must attend at least one of these two clinics to try out for the squad, cheer team coach Keena Simpson said. Attendance at both clinics is preferred, she added...
Time to tee-off is now (04/02/10)
Don't look now golf lovers, but opening day of the 2010 season is finally upon us. The Cherokee Village Men's Golf Association's opening day is slated for April 1. Hot on the heels of that is opening day for the Cherokee Village Women's 18-Hole Golf Association, scheduled for April 2...
NWTF Banquet set for Omaha Center (04/02/10)
The Spring River Longbeards Chapter of the National Wild Turkey Federation ( NWTF ) will hold its 12th annual Hunting Heritage Banquet, April 9, at the Omaha Center in Cherokee Village. Doors will open at 6 p.m., with dinner at 7 p.m. A live auction will follow dinner...
Golf scramble slated to tee (04/02/10)
Salem First Baptist Church will hold its third annual four-person Golf Scramble on May 1. Tee time is set for 9 a.m. at the Turkey Mountain Golf Course in Horseshoe Bend. The entry fee is $30 per person.
NWTF Banquet set for Omaha Center (04/02/10)
The Spring River Longbeards Chapter of the National Wild Turkey Federation ( NWTF ) will hold its 12th annual Hunting Heritage Banquet April 9 at the Omaha Center in Cherokee Village. Doors will open at 6 p.m., with dinner at 7 p.m. A live auction will follow dinner...
Damaged trees marked with paint in WMAs (04/02/10)
If you visit an Arkansas Game and Fish Commission wildlife management area in the northern part of the state, you may see one or more trees marked with paint. But it won't be purple, the paint denoting no trespassing. The trees marked with paint in other colors are ones with damage that need attention from clean-up crews. The ice storm of January 2009 inflicted extensive damage to trees in many management areas...
Damaged trees marked with paint in WMAs (04/02/10)
If you visit an Arkansas Game and Fish Commission wildlife management area in the northern part of the state, you may see one or more trees marked with paint. But it won't be purple, the paint denoting no trespassing. The trees marked with paint in other colors are ones with damage that need attention from clean-up crews. The ice storm of January 2009 inflicted extensive damage to trees in many management areas...
NWTF Banquet set for Omaha Center (04/02/10)
The Spring River Longbeards Chapter of the National Wild Turkey Federation ( NWTF ) will hold its 12th annual Hunting Heritage Banquet, April 9, at the Omaha Center in Cherokee Village. Doors will open at 6 p.m., with dinner at 7 p.m. A live auction will follow dinner...
Damaged trees marked with paint in WMAs (04/02/10)
If you visit an Arkansas Game and Fish Commission wildlife management area in the northern part of the state, you may see one or more trees marked with paint. But it won't be purple, the paint denoting no trespassing. The trees marked with paint in other colors are ones with damage that need attention from clean-up crews. The ice storm of January 2009 inflicted extensive damage to trees in many management areas...
Death Notices published week of April 1, 2010 (04/02/10)
Gary Davis, 43, of Cherokee Village, Ark., died March 21, 2010, at the Fulton County Hospital in Salem, Ark. Arrangements by the Tri-County Funeral Home of Highland, Ark. Audrey Louise Janes, 88, of Cherokee Village, Ark., died March 23, 2010, at the Fulton County Hospital in Salem, Ark. Arrangements by the Tri-County Funeral Home of Highland, Ark...
Death Notices published week of April 1, 2010 (04/02/10)
Opal Williams, 84, of Alton, Mo., died March 22, 2010, at her home near Alton. Arrangements by the Carter Funeral Home Inc. of Thayer, Mo. Gary Davis, 43, of Cherokee Village, Ark., died March 21, 2010, at the Fulton County Hospital in Salem, Ark. Arrangements by the Tri-County Funeral Home of Highland, Ark...
Death Notices published week of April 1, 2010 (04/02/10)
Opal Williams, 84, of Alton, Mo., died March 22, 2010, at her home near Alton. Arrangements by the Carter Funeral Home Inc. of Thayer, Mo. Gary Davis, 43, of Cherokee Village, Ark., died March 21, 2010, at the Fulton County Hospital in Salem, Ark. Arrangements by the Tri-County Funeral Home of Highland, Ark...
Lena Grace Finke (04/02/10)
Garry and Leann Finke, Alton, Mo., are the parents of a baby girl, Lena Grace, born at 12:24 a.m., March 18, 2010, at Ozarks Medical Center in West Plains, Mo. She weighed 7 pounds, 8 ounces and was 20 inches long. Grandparents are Randy and Libby Benson, Doniphan, and John and Donna Finke, Tullahoma, Tenn...
Rylee Jo McKenzie (04/02/10)
Darrin and Lacey Sorrell, Thayer, Mo., are the parents of a baby girl, Rylee Jo McKenzie, born at 5:55 p.m., March 18, 2010, at Ozarks Medical Center in West Plains, Mo. She weighed 7 pounds, 4 ounces and was 21 inches long. Her siblings are Angela, 9, and Mason, 5...
Lena Grace Finke (04/02/10)
Garry and Leann Finke, Alton, Mo., are the parents of a baby girl, Lena Grace, born at 12:24 a.m., March 18, 2010, at Ozarks Medical Center in West Plains, Mo. She weighed 7 pounds, 8 ounces and was 20 inches long. Grandparents are Randy and Libby Benson, Doniphan, and John and Donna Finke, Tullahoma, Tenn...
Rylee Jo McKenzie (04/02/10)
Darrin and Lacey Sorrell, Thayer, Mo., are the parents of a baby girl, Rylee Jo McKenzie, born at 5:55 p.m., March 18, 2010, at Ozarks Medical Center in West Plains, Mo. She weighed 7 pounds, 4 ounces and was 21 inches long. Her siblings are Angela, 9, and Mason, 5...
Simers -- Turbeville (04/02/10)
John and Linda Simers of Salem, Ark., would like to announce the upcoming marriage of their daughter, Katy Lynn, to Dean Turbeville, son of Ricky and Debbie Turbeville of Nashville, Ark. The wedding will take place on May 22 at the Salem First Baptist Church in Salem, Ark...
Simers -- Turbeville (04/02/10)
John and Linda Simers of Salem, Ark., would like to announce the upcoming marriage of their daughter, Katy Lynn, to Dean Turbeville, son of Ricky and Debbie Turbeville of Nashville, Ark. The wedding will take place on May 22 at the Salem First Baptist Church in Salem, Ark...
Mooney celebrates 90th birthday (04/02/10)
Grace Mooney of Batesville, formerly of Salem, celebrated her 90th birthday recently. She was born March 23, 1920, in Mammoth Spring, Ark. The celebration was given by her daughters, Oleta Landers and husband, James of Cave City, Betty Lou Arnold and husband, Fred of Batesville. ...
Mooney celebrates 90th birthday (04/02/10)
Grace Mooney of Batesville, formerly of Salem, celebrated her 90th birthday recently. She was born March 23, 1920, in Mammoth Spring, Ark. The celebration was given by her daughters, Oleta Landers and husband, James of Cave City, Betty Lou Arnold and husband, Fred of Batesville. ...
Mooney celebrates 90th birthday (04/02/10)
Grace Mooney of Batesville, formerly of Salem, celebrated her 90th birthday recently. She was born March 23, 1920, in Mammoth Spring, Ark. The celebration was given by her daughters, Oleta Landers and husband, James of Cave City, Betty Lou Arnold and husband, Fred of Batesville. ...
Sharp County Sheriff's Report (04/02/10)
Brenda Jean Dissinger, 58, of Williford was arrested March 19 for disorderly conduct and harassing communications. David Wayne Lapradd, 49, of Hardy was arrested March 19 for disorderly conduct with property damage. Marty Kyle McFarlin, 37, of Evening Shade was arrested March 19 for third degree battery...
Cherokee Village Police Report (04/02/10)
Adam Loyd, 28, of Cherokee Village was cited March 20 for driver's license suspended. Jason Jones, 29, of Cherokee Village was cited March 21 for driver's license suspended for DWI. Kimberly Milde, 43, of Cherokee Village was taken into emergency custody March 22...
Oregon County Sheriff's Report (04/02/10)
Darren B. Friend, 45, of Alton was arrested March 22 on charges of unlawful possession of a firearm. He posted bail in the amount of $7,500 and has a court date on April 28. Cody E. Davis, 21, of Alton was transferred to the Department of Corrections in Bon Terre on March 23 for a parole violation...
Thayer Police Report (04/02/10)
Eugene Van Winkle, 59, of Maynard, Ark., was cited on March 23 for speeding. James Michael White, 26, of Thayer was arrested March 24 for driving while intoxicated, driving while suspended and peace disturbance. His bond was set at $1,024. Dale R. Krusen, 43, of Thayer was arrested March 25 for driving while suspended. He posted bond in the amount of $325...
Fulton County Sheriff's Report (04/02/10)
Dewayne Albright, 46, of Camp was arrested on March 21 for DWI, ficticious tags and improper backing. Albright was released from the Fulton County Jail on March 22 after posting a $1,210 bond. Scott McCarty, 40, of Hardy was arrested March 21 for Domestic Battery 3rd degree. McCarty was released from the Fulton County Jail on March 22 after posting a $435 bond...
Izard County Sheriff's Report (04/02/10)
Richard Robertson, 31, of Melbourne was arrested Thursday on charges to include public intoxication and being a felon in possession of a firearm. Robertson posted bond the following day in the amount of $5,205 and was released from the Izard County Detention Facility...
Salem Police Department (04/02/10)
Daniel Rattew, 32, of Salem was arrested March 27 for a violation of a protection order. He is being held in the Fulton County Jail. Scott Smith, 39, of Salem was arrested March 25 for failure to appear on improper passing, driving left of center, DWI 3 or more, driving while intoxicated, refusal to take an alcohol test, suspended driver's license, failure to maintain control, assault on a family or household member, leaving the scene of an accident involving personal injury, no liability insurance, littering, no seat belt and a warrant out of Baxter County. ...
Cherokee Village Police Report (04/02/10)
Adam Loyd, 28, of Cherokee Village was cited March 20 for driver's license suspended. Jason Jones, 29, of Cherokee Village was cited March 21 for driver's license suspended for DWI. Kimberly Milde, 43, of Cherokee Village was taken into emergency custody March 22...
Sharp County Sheriff's Report (04/02/10)
Brenda Jean Dissinger, 58, of Williford was arrested March 19 for disorderly conduct and harassing communications. David Wayne Lapradd, 49, of Hardy was arrested March 19 for disorderly conduct with property damage. Marty Kyle McFarlin, 37, of Evening Shade was arrested March 19 for third degree battery...
Oregon County Sheriff's Report (04/02/10)
Darren B. Friend, 45, of Alton was arrested March 22 on charges of unlawful possession of a firearm. He posted bail in the amount of $7,500 and has a court date on April 28. Cody E. Davis, 21, of Alton was transferred to the Department of Corrections in Bon Terre on March 23 for a parole violation...
Thayer Police Report (04/02/10)
Eugene Van Winkle, 59, of Maynard, Ark., was cited on March 23 for speeding. James Michael White, 26, of Thayer was arrested March 24 for driving while intoxicated, driving while suspended and peace distrubance. His bond was set at $1,024. Dale R. Krusen, 43, of Thayer was arrested March 25 for driving while suspended. He posted bond in the amount of $325...
Fulton County Sheriff's Report (04/02/10)
Dewayne Albright, 46, of Camp was arrested on March 21 for DWI, ficticious tags and improper backing. Albright was released from the Fulton County Jail on March 22 after posting a $1,210 bond. Scott McCarty, 40, of Hardy was arrested March 21 for Domestic Battery 3rd degree. McCarty was released from the Fulton County Jail on March 22 after posting a $435 bond...
Izard County Sheriff's Report (04/02/10)
Richard Robertson, 31, of Melbourne was arrested Thursday on charges to include public intoxication and being a felon in possession of a firearm. Robertson posted bond the following day in the amount of $5,205 and was released from the Izard County Detention Facility...
Salem Police Department (04/02/10)
Daniel Rattew, 32, of Salem was arrested March 27 for a violation of a protection order. He is being held in the Fulton County Jail. Scott Smith, 39, of Salem was arrested March 25 for failure to appear on improper passing, driving left of center, DWI 3 or more, driving while intoxicated, refusal to take an alcohol test, suspended driver's license, failure to maintain control, assault on a family or household member, leaving the scene of an accident involving personal injury, no liabilty insurance, littering, no seat belt and a warrant out of Baxter County. ...
Sharp County Sheriff's Report (04/02/10)
Brenda Jean Dissinger, 58, of Williford was arrested March 19 for disorderly conduct and harassing communications. David Wayne Lapradd, 49, of Hardy was arrested March 19 for disorderly conduct with property damage. Marty Kyle McFarlin, 37, of Evening Shade was arrested March 19 for third degree battery...
Cherokee Village Police Report (04/02/10)
Adam Loyd, 28, of Cherokee Village was cited March 20 for driver's license suspended. Jason Jones, 29, of Cherokee Village was cited March 21 for driver's license suspended for DWI. Kimberly Milde, 43, of Cherokee Village was taken into emergency custody March 22...