A March 8 traffic stop on Old Dolph Road, near Calico Rock, led to the arrest of two women on felony drug charges.
Johnna L. Mayfield, 20, of Calico Rock, who authorities say was the driver, is charged with three felonies including possession of a controlled substance-marijuana, a class D felony; possession of a controlled substance-schedule 4 Xanex, a class C felony; and possession of a controlled substance-a schedule three narcotic hydrocodone, a class B felony.
Bobbie Jeanette Pool, 34, of Dolph also faces three felony charges. She is charged with possession of drug paraphernalia with the intent to use, a class C felony; possession of a controlled substance-a class four narcotic Xanex, a class C felony; and possession of a controlled substance-marijuana, a class D felony.
The two are scheduled to appear in the April session of Izard County Circuit Court and each had a bond set at $2,500.
Sheriff Tate Lawrence said the arrests and charges are in keeping with the department's zero drug tolerance policy.
A disturbance at a First Street residence in Calico Rock led to multiple charges for a couple.
Joseph Wolford, 30, and Angel Wolford, 22, were involved in an altercation with five minor females, ages 14, 14, 14, 15 and 20.
Joseph Wolford faces charges of first degree assault, disorderly conduct and public intoxication. When he was booked he tested positive for methamphetamine and cocaine, authorities said.
Angel Wolford is charged with third degree batter, public intoxication, disorderly conduct and obstruction of government operations. When arrested she tested positive for methamphetamine and marijuana, authorities said.
Both adults were arrested and transported to Izard County Detention Facility.
Lawrence said Angel Wolford shouted, screamed, disobeyed the orders of the jailers and disrupted the operation of the jail.
Both were released the next day after posting bail. Joseph Wolford's bail was $2,395 and Angel Wolford's was $2,920.
Dustin Ronald Arford, 27, of Oxford was charged March 7 with felony possession of a controlled substance, which included schedule narcotics, authorities said.
The arrest was made during a traffic stop off State Highway 9 North by Deputy Dennis Atkins and Lawrence. Arford remains in Izard County Detention Facility in lieu of $10,000 bond.
William Wesley Boothe, 25, of Danville, Ill., was arrested March 10 and charged with criminal impersonation and interfering with a law enforcement officer.
Boothe had identified himself as another individual to officers during a stop, Lawrence said.
Boothe remains in the Izard County Detention Facility in lieu of a $2,000 bond.