Greg Lynn, (no age given), of Dolph, who is believed to have fled his residence near Dolph when Izard County authorities attempted to execute an arrest warrant on Aug. 28 from the Arkansas Department of Corrections, was arrested on an Arkansas absconder charge in Kansas where it is reported that he committed suicide by hanging. According to Sheriff Tate Lawrence, Lynn was arrested in Phillips County, Kan., on Sept. 10 and hanged himself Sept. 12 while awaiting extradition to Izard County where he was to face multiple felony drug related charges.
Russell Dwayne Shaver, 52, of Dolph, was charged with two felony counts of possession with the intent to deliver a controlled substance. He posted bond and was given a court date.
Carla Elaine Wingo, 44, of Dolph, was charged with two felony counts of possession with the intent to deliver a controlled substance. She posted bond and was given a court date.
Bobbie Lee Cochran, 49, of Melbourne, was arrested Sept. 12 for 3rd degree domestic battery. Cochran is being held in the Izard County Detention Facility pending a bond hearing.
Gloria Jean Williams, 45, of Melbourne, was arrested Sept. 12 for 3rd degree domestic battery. Williams is being held in the Izard County Detention Facility pending a bond hearing.
Lauren Brittney McCall, 18, of Mountain View, was arrested Sept. 11 on the charge of public intoxication. McCall posted bond in the amount of $205 and was released.
Delbert W. Boyd, 38, of Horseshoe Bend, was arrested Sept. 13 on a contempt of court warrant. Boyd posted bond in the amount of $200 and was released.
William Thomas Liscomb, 22, of Des Arc, was arrested Sept. 10 on a failure to appear warrant. Liscomb posted bond Sept. 13 in the amount of $1,850 and was released.
Jaquelin Ann Norris, 36, of Mountain Home, was arrested Sept. 11 on two counts of a failure to appear warrant. Norris posted bond the same day in the amount of $1,117 and was released.
The Horseshoe Bend Police Department is currently investigating vandalism to property on North Shore, Pleasant Valley and Sleepy Hollow. On the night of Saturday, Sept. 6 or morning of Sept. 7, vandals splashed paint on street signs, mailboxes and a pickup-truck in the North Shore area. No arrests have been made.
On Sept. 11, the Horseshoe Bend Police Department received a report of 113 gallons of diesel fuel was missing from the tanks at the MRID maintenance facility. The police department is currently investigating the problem.
Ashley King, 39, of Mountain Home, was charged with possession of a controlled substance Sept. 11. King was charged after a traffic stop in which it was discovered that she had an outstanding warrant for a violation of Arkansas hot Check Law in Baxter County. King posted bond and was released the same day.