Felony arrests from September

Wednesday, October 9, 2019

Kevin Sanders, 49, was charged with obstruction of interference with emergency medical personnel or first responder, class D felony, from an incident occurring on Sept. 7.

Randy Ninemire, of Mammoth Spring, was charged with maintaining drug premises, class B felony; possession of a controlled substance (methamphetamine/cocaine), class C felony; and use or possession with the purpose to use drug paraphernalia, class D felony.

On Sept. 16, Mammoth Spring Police Department went to Ninemireís residence. Ninemire has on active supervision and has a search waiver on file. When officers arrived at the residence, a male subject was observed running through the residence. The subject was identified as Richard Burrow, who also has an active search warrant on file. Burrow was attempting to destroy evidence.

While the officers were conducting a search of the home, a crystalline substance was located under a towel where Ninemire was initially standing when officers arrived. A syringe was also located in a closet.

Richard Burrow was charged with use or possession with the purpose to use drug paraphernalia, class D felony.

Jeremy Niederbrach, 42, was charged with domestic battering in the second degree, class C felony; domestic battering in the third degree, class A felony; and habitual offender.

Victor Carl Burton, 38, was charged with aggravated assault, class D felony and unlawful discharge of a firearm from a vehicle, class B felony.

Dusty Reynolds, 32, was charged with possession of paraphernalia (methamphetamine/cocaine) with intent to use, tampering with physical evidence, resisting arrest, driving on suspended and fleeing on foot.

Darrell Nicholas Holmes, 20, was charged with aggravated assault on a family or household member, class D felony and endangering the welfare of a minor in the third degree (misdemeanor B).

Sammy Poulette, 19, was charged with obstruction or interference with emergency medical personnel or first responder, class D felony.

Vicki Edmiston was charged with maintaining drug premises, class C felony; possession of a controlled substance to wit methamphetamine/cocaine, class C felony; use or possession with the purpose to use drug paraphernalia (misdemeanor A); and use or possession with the purpose to use drug paraphernalia, class D felony.

Glenn Chance was charged with maintaining drug premises, class C felony; possession of a controlled substance to wit methamphetamine/cocaine, class C felony; use or possession with the purpose to use drug paraphernalia (misdemeanor A); and use or possession with the purpose to use drug paraphernalia, class D felony.

Edmiston and Chance were arrested Sept. 26, following a home visit conducted by Salem Police Department, Arkansas Community Corrections and Fulton County Sheriffís Office on Edmiston. Chance was at his motherís (Edmiston) residence where officers located several used syringes, spoon with residue, baggies containing crystalline substance.

Amara Scott was charged with unlawful use of a communication device, class C felony; distribution of controlled substances near certain facilities, unclassified felony; possession of a controlled substance with the purpose to deliver, to wit (methamphetamine/cocaine), class A felony; unauthorized use of another personís property to facilitate certain crimes, class B felony; and habitual offender.

Robert Scott 2nd was charged with unlawful use of a communication device, class C felony; distribution of controlled substances near certain facilities, unclassified felony; possession of a controlled substance with the purpose to deliver, to wit (methamphetamine/cocaine), class A felony; unauthorized use of another personís property to facilitate certain crimes, class B felony; and habitual offender.

Amara and Robert Scott were arrested Sept. 30 by Mammoth Spring Police Department. On the Scotts, was a large Ziploc baggie containing a crystalline substance which field tested positive for methamphetamine, weighing more than ten grams but lass than 200 grams.

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