Polk County Circuit Court, Criminal Division, Arraignments

State vs Nathaniel Aaron Riley: Count I – possession of methamphetamine with the purpose to deliver, in violation of Ark. Code Ann 5-64-420(b)(2), in that on or about January 24, 2020 the said Defendant, unlawfully possessed methamphetamine with the purpose to deliver in an aggregate weight of two grams (2g) or more but less than ten grams (10g), a Class “B” felony, against the peace and dignity of the State of Arkansas. Count II – possession of drug paraphernalia, in violation of Ark. Code Ann. 5-64-443(b) in that on or about January 24, 2020 did use or possess with the purpose to use drug paraphernalia to plant, propagate, cultivate, grow, harvest, manufacture, compound, convert, produce, process, prepare, test, analyze, pack, or repack a controlled substance that is methamphetamine or cocaine, conduct constituting a Class “D” felony, against the peace and dignity of the State of Arkansas. Count III – possession of a schedule I or schedule II controlled substance that is not methamphetamine or cocaine with the purpose to deliver, in violation of Ark. Code 5-64-424, in that on or about Jaunuary 24, 2020 said defendant unlawfully possessed a schedule I or schedule II controlled substance that is not methamphetamine or cocaine with the purpose to deliver in an aggregate weight, including an adulterant or diluent of greater than two grams (2g) but less than ten grams (10g), a Class “C” felony and all against the peace and dignity of the State of Arkansas.

State vs Barbara Connell: Count I -possession of a schedule II controlled substance, in violation of Ark. Code Ann. 5-64-419(b)(1)(A), in that on or about January 15, 2020, the said defendant, unlawfully possessed methamphetamine, a schedule II controlled substance, in an amount less than 2 grams, said possession constituting a class “D” felony against the peace and dignity of the State of Arkansas. Count II – possession of drug paraphernalia, in violation of Ark. Code Ann. 5-64-443(a)(2) in that on or about January 15, 2020, did possess with the purpose to use the drug paraphernalia to inject, ingest, inhale, or otherwise introduce methamphetamine into the human body, constituting a Class “D” felony against the peace and dignity of the State of Arkansas.

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