Deputies responded to domestic violence calls Oct. 28 and two males were arrested as the result. A Brockwell man, Bradley Skidmore, 31, was charged with domestic battering third degree and endangering the welfare of a minor. Christopher Ray Arnold, 41, of Franklin was charged with domestic battering third degree. Both were released from the Izard County Detention Facility the following day after posting bond.
A traffic stop Sunday afternoon at the intersection of highways 69 and 58 resulted in the arrest of the driver. Senior Deputy Gabe Sanders ran his K-9 around the vehicle and the dog alerted to the front of the vehicle. Sheriff Tate Lawrence said that a search of the vehicle was conducted and a metal smoking device with residue in it was located in a green travel bag containing clothing and personal hygiene items. Mark Duncan, 36, of Melbourne was arrested and charged with possession of an instrument of crime. Duncan posted bond later in the day in the amount of $41,105 and was released from the Izard County Detention Facility.
Steven Wayne Tate, 28, of Horseshoe Bend was arrested Oct. 29 on Baxter County and Izard County warrants for violation of Arkansas Hot Check Law, failure to appear and failure to pay fines. Tate posted bond the same day and was released.
Daniel Wayne Dwight, 20, of Calico Rock, who was being held in the Izard County Detention Facility as the result of a theft of property conviction was further charged with disorderly conduct and obstructing governmental operations and remains in the Izard County Detention Facility.
Alexander Blake Rouse, 18, of Salem was arrested early Sunday morning on the charge of public intoxication. Rouse posted bond later that day and was released from the Izard County Detention Facility.
Jeremy Lewis Gross, 35, of Franklin was arrested Saturday night on the charge of public intoxication. Gross posted bond Sunday morning in the amount of $204 and was released from the Izard County Detention Facility.
Katie Suzanne Wright, 22, of Mountain Home was arrested Saturday night on a misdemeanor warrant from Baxter County. Wright posted bond the following day in the amount of $290 and was released.
A traffic stop Halloween night resulted in five juveniles being picked up by the parents. Two of the juveniles were issued citations for public intoxication.
Chasity Dawn Fader, 33, of Melbourne was transported Sunday to the Arkansas Department of Corrections following a finding of guilty in circuit court relating to original drug charges.