State of Arkansas v. Anatasia Jennings: Count I: Possession of a scheduled II controlled substance on or about Oct. 5, 2018, unlawfully possessed Methamphetamine, a Schedule II controlled substance, in an amount less than 2 grams, Class “D” Felony; Count II: Possession of Drug Paraphernalia on or about October 5, 2018, did possess with the purpose to use the drug paraphernalia in inject, ingest, inhale, or otherwise introduce Methamphetamine into the human body, constituting a Class “D” Felony.

State of Arkansas v. Timothy Perales: Count I: Possession of a schedule II controlled substance on or about May 4, 2019, unlawfully possessed Methamphetamine, a Schedule II controlled substance, in an amount less than 2 grams, Class “D” Felony; Count II: Possession of drug paraphernalia on or about May 4, 2019, did possess with the purpose to use the drug paraphernalia in inject, ingest, inhale, or otherwise introduce Methamphetamine into the human body, constituting a Class “D” Felony; Count III: Possession of a controlled substance on or about May 4, 2019, unlawfully possess Schedule VI controlled substance, namely Marijuana with an aggregate weight including an adulterant of diluent, of less that four ounces (4 oz.) Constituting a Class “A” misdemeanor.

State of Arkansas v. Vickie Ramirez: Count I: Possession of a schedule II controlled substance on or about May 5, 2019,  unlawfully possessed Methamphetamine, a Schedule II controlled substance, in an amount less than 2 grams, Class “D” Felony; Count II: Possession of Drug Paraphernalia on or about May 5, 2019, did possess with the purpose to use the drug paraphernalia in inject, ingest, inhale, or otherwise introduce Methamphetamine into the human body, constituting a Class “D” Felony.

State of Arkansas v. Bradley J. Moss: Count I: Possession of Methanphetamine with the purpose to deliver on or about May 4, 2019, unlawfully possessed methamphetamine with the purpose to deliver in an aggregate weight of two grams (2g) or more but less that ten grams (10g), a class “B” Felony; Count II: Possession of a controlled Substance on or about May 4, 2019, unlawfully possessed a Schedule VI controlled Substance, namely Marijuana with an aggregate weight including an adulterant or diluent, of less than four ounces (4 oz.) constituting a Class “A” misdemeanor; Count III: Possession of  drug paraphernalia on or about May 4, 2019, did use or possess with the purpose to use drug paraphernalia to, store, contain, or conceal a controlled substance that is Methamphetamine or cocaine, conduct constituting Class “D” Felony.

State of Arkansas v. Alan Brian Cox: Count I-V: Theft of Property on or about March 13, 2019, did unlawfully and knowingly take or exercise unauthorized control over property, valued at one thousand dollars ($1,000) or less, with the purpose of depriving the owner thereof; Count VI-VIII: Theft of Property on or about March 30, 2019, did unlawfully and knowingly take or exercise unauthorized control over property, valued at one thousand dollars ($1,000) or less, with the purpose of depriving the owner thereof; Count IX-X: Theft of Property on or about April 2, 2019, did unlawfully and knowingly take or exercise unauthorized control over property, valued at one thousand dollars ($1,000) or less, with the purpose of depriving the owner thereof; Count

XI-XVIII: Breaking or Entering on or about March 13- April 2, 2019, unlawful and feloniously break or enter a building, structure or vehicle of another with the purpose of committing theft, constituting a Class “D” Felony.

State of Arkansas v. Isiaha Sipe: Count I: Possession of a scheduled II controlled substance on or about May 5, 2019, unlawfully possessed Methamphetamine, a Schedule II controlled substance, in an amount less than 2 grams, Class “D” Felony; Count II: Possession of Drug Paraphernalia on or about May 5, 2019, did possess with the purpose to use the drug paraphernalia in inject, ingest, inhale, or otherwise introduce Methamphetamine into the human body, constituting a Class “D” Felony; Count III: Driving on suspended license on or about May 5, 2019, did operate a motor vehicle while his drivers license was suspended.

State of Arkansas v. Robert S. Williams

State of Arkansas v. Jason A. Wood: Count I: Possession of Drug Paraphernalia on or about April 20, 2019, did possess with the purpose to use the drug paraphernalia in inject, ingest, inhale, or otherwise introduce Methamphetamine into the human body, constituting a Class “D” Felony; Count II: Possession of a controlled Substance on or about April 20, 2019, unlawfully possessed a Schedule VI controlled Substance, namely Marijuana with an aggregate weight including an adulterant or diluent, of less than four ounces (4 oz.) constituting a Class “A” misdemeanor.

State of Arkansas v. Tatum Veal

State of Arkansas v. Robert Wells

State of Arkansas v. Kristian Manley

State of Arkansas v. Rosie R, Arthur: Count I: Failure to appear on or about April 24, 2019, unlawfully failed to appear without reasonable excuse, subsequent to having been lawfully set at liberty upon the condition that she reappear at a specified time, place, and court for a revocation hearing, a Class “D” Felony.

State of Arkansas v. Kristian Manley: Count I: Failure to appear on or about May 13, 2019, unlawfully failed to appear without reasonable excuse, subsequent to having been lawfully set at liberty upon the condition that she reappear at a specified time, place, and court for a revocation hearing, constituting a Class “D” Felony.

State of Arkansas v. Logan E. Pitts: Count I: Possession of Drug Paraphernalia on or about May 18, 2019, did possess with the purpose to use the drug paraphernalia in inject, ingest, inhale, or otherwise introduce Methamphetamine into the human body, constituting a Class “D” Felony.

State of Arkansas v. David Marshall Fraser: Count I: Theft by Receiving on or about March 22, 2019, did receive, retain, or dispose of the stolen property of another person, David Russell, knowing that the property was stolen, with said property valued at less that five thousand dollars ($5000) but more that one thousand dollars ($1000), constituting a Class “D” Felony; Count II : Theft by Receiving on or about May 7, 2019, did receive, retain, or dispose of the stolen property of another person, Scott Chambers, knowing that the property was stolen, with said property valued at less that five thousand dollars ($5000) but more that one thousand dollars ($1000), constituting a Class “D” Felony; Count III: Possession of Firearms by Certain Persons on or about May 7, 2019, being a convicted felon, unlawfully possessed a firearm, constituting a class “D” Felony; Count IV: Theft of Property on or about May 7, 2019 unlawfully and unknowingly took control over property , a firearm valued at less than two thousand five hundred dollars ($2,500), with the purpose of depriving the owner thereof, constituting a Class “D” Felony.

State of Arkansas v. Tatum Veal: Count I: Failure to appear on or about May 13, 2019, unlawfully failed to appear without reasonable excuse, subsequent to having been lawfully set a liberty upon condition that she appear at a specified time, place, and court, constituting a Class “C” Felony; Count II: Failure to appear unlawfully failed to appear without reasonable excuse, subsequent to having been lawfully set a liberty upon condition that she appear at a specified time, place, and court, constituting a Class “D” Felony.

State of Arkansas v. Heidi M. Wilson: Count I: Nonsupport, failed to provide for her legitimate children who are less than eighteen (18) years of age having a past due amount owing Ten thousand dollars ($10,000)  or more but less that Twenty-five thousand dollars ($25,000), constituting a Class “C” Felony. 

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