The Izard County Sheriff's Department and the Horseshoe Bend Police Department responded Sept. 16 to a domestic violence call just outside the city limits of Horseshoe Bend. Arrested at the scene was Benjamin J. Hinds, 27, on charges to include possession of a firearm by a convicted felon, possession of drug paraphernalia, driving while intoxicated-drugs, endangering the welfare of a minor, domestic battering third degree and driving on a suspended license. Sheriff Tate Lawrence said that at the time of the arrest, Hinds was on probation/parole after pleading guilty in 2007 for possession of meth and drug paraphernalia. Hinds posted bond Sunday in the amount of $10,605 and was released from the Izard County Detention Facility.
Chastity Deann McDaniel, 22, of Pocahontas was arrested Saturday afternoon when deputies responded to domestic violence type compliant in Oxford. McDaniel was charged with pubic intoxication and transported to the Izard County Detention Facility where she posted bond the following day and was released.
In another domestic situation, Izard deputies responded to the Etta Smallwood residence in Violet Hill on Saturday and arrested her son, Billy Leon Smallwood. Smallwood, 45, was charged with disorderly conduct. After posting bond Sunday, Smallwood was released from the Izard County Detention Facility.
Ricky R. Lake, 30, of Oxford was arrested Friday afternoon on a Horseshoe Bend warrant as he exited the restroom of a Melbourne convenience store. Lake continues to be held on a probation/parole hold from the Arkansas Department of Correction.
Joshua Nathan Cagle, 24, of Melbourne was arrested Sept. 14 on a Baxter County failure to appear warrant. Cagle later posted bond in the amount of $355 and was released.
Yolanda Marie Glenn, 37, of Gassville was arrested Sept. 14 on a violation of Arkansas hot check warrant. Glenn posted bond on Sept. 17 in the amount of $382 and was released.
Chasity Dawn Fader, 33, of Melbourne was arrested by Alabama authorities on a felony Izard County warrant for failure to appear. Fader was transported from Alabama by the Izard County Sheriff's Department. Fader remains in jail without bond.
Kimberly Dawn Sanders, 34, of Brockwell was transported Sept. 16 to the Arkansas Department of Correction as the result of a parole violation.