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State vs James D. Cochran: 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 May 7, 2020 the said defendant, unlawfully possessed methamphetamine, a schedule II controlled substance in an amount less than two grams (2g), 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(c) in that on or about May 7, 2020, the above-named defendant 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 a Class “D” felony, against the peace and dignity of the State of Arkansas. Count III- possession of a controlled substance, in violation of Ark. Code Ann. 5-64-419(b)(5)(A), in that on or about May 7, 2020, the above named Defendant did unlawfully possess 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, against the peace and dignity of the State of Arkansas.

State vs Joshua Heifner: Count I – fleeing, in violation of Ark. Code Ann. 5-54-125, in that on or about June 5, 2020, the defendant, knowing that his immediate arrest or detention was being attempted by a duly authorized law enforcement officer, did flee by means of any vehicle or conveyance, manifesting extreme indifference to the value of human life, a Class “D” felony, against the peace and dignity of the State of Arkansas. Count II – aggravated assault, in violation of Ark. Code Ann. 5-13-204(a)(1), that on or about June 5, 2020, the said defendant did engage in conduct that created a substantial danger of death or serious physical injury to another person, constituting a Class “D” felony, against the peace and dignity of the State of Arkansas.

State vs Matthew E. Cannon: Count I – Arson, in violation of Ark. Code Ann. 5-38-301(a)(1)(1), in that on or about November 10, 2018, the said defendant did start a fire or cause an explosion with the purpose of destroying or otherwise damaging an occupiable structure or motor vehicle that is the property of another person and the property sustained damage of at least five thousand dollars ($5,000) but less than fifteen thousand dollars ($15,000) worth of damage, constituting a Class “B” felony, against the peace and dignity of the State of Arkansas. Count II – aggravated assault, in violation of Ark. Code Ann. 5-13-204(a)(1), that on or about November 10, 2018, the said defendant did engage in conduct that created a substantial danger of death or serious physical injury to another person, constituting a Class “D” felony, against the peace and dignity of the State of Arkansas. The State of Arkansas hereby notifies the defendant that it intends to pursue enhanced penalties pursuant to Ark. Code Ann. 5-4-501 due to the fact that he had been convicted of four (4) or more felonies.

State vs Kyle Williams: Count I – theft by receiving, in violation of Ark. Code Ann 5-36-106, on or about June 6, 2020, the said defendant did receive, retain, or dispose of the stolen property of another person, Don Squires, knowing that the property was stolen, with said property valued at less than five thousand dollars ($5,000) but more than one thousand dollars ($1,000) constituting a Class “D” felony, against the peace and dignity of the State of Arkansas. The State of Arkansas hereby notifies the defendant that it intends to pursue enhanced penalties pursuant to Ark. Code Ann. 5-4-501 due to the fact that he had been convicted of four (4) or more felonies.

State of Arkansas vs Rachel Tarkinton: 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 May 11, 2020, the said defendant, unlawfully possessed methamphetamine, a schedule II controlled substance, in an amount of less than two grams (2g), 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 May 11, 2020, the above named defendant 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. Count III: possession of a controlled substance, in violation of Ark. Code Ann. 5-64-419(b)(5)(A), in that on or about May 11, 2020, the above named Defendant did unlawfully possess 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, against the peace and dignity of the State of Arkansas.

State of Arkansas vs Matthew Cannon: Count I – failure to appear in violation of Ark. Ann. 5-54-120, a Class “C” felony, in that on or about June 8, 2020, the said defendant, did unlawfully fail to appear to answer a felony charge in CR 2020-19, without reasonable excuse, subsequent to having been lawfully set at liberty upon condition that he appear at a specified time, place and court, and all against the peace and dignity of the State of Arkansas.

State vs Stacie Shores: Count I – failure to appear, in violation of Ark. Ann. 5-54-120, a Class “C” felony, in that on or about December 9, 2019, the said defendant, did unlawfully fail to appear to answer a felony charge in CR 2019-188, without reasonable excuse, subsequent to having been lawfully set at liberty upon condition that she appear at a specified time, place, and court, and all against the peace and dignity of the State of Arkansas.

State of Arkansas vs Michelle L. Block: Count I- delivery of methamphetamine or cocaine, in violation of Ark. Code Ann. 5-64-422 (b)(1), in that on or about December 28, 2019, the said defendant did, acting alone or as an accomplice, deliver methamphetamine to another person in a quantity of less than two (2g) by aggregate weight including diluents or adulterants, constituting a Class “C” felony against the peace and dignity of the State of Arkansas.

State vs Daniel R. Roberts: Count I – failure to appear, in violation of Ark. Ann. 5-54-120, a Class “C” felony, in that on or about March 9, 2020, the said defendant, did unlawfully fail to appear to answer a felony charge in CR 2019-243, without reasonable excuse, subsequent to having been lawfully set at liberty upon condition that he appear at a specified time, place, and court, and all against the peace and dignity of the State of Arkansas.

State vs Bradley E. Robinson: Count I – possession of firearms by certain persons, in violation of Ark. Code Ann. 5-73-103, in that on or about May 23, 2020, the above-named defendant, being convicted felon unlawfully possessed a firearm, constituting a Class “D” felony, against the peace and dignity of the State of Arkansas.

State vs Bradley E. Robinson: Count I – Theft of property, in violation of Ark. Code Ann. 5-36-103(b)(3)(A), in that on or about May 24, 2020, the said defendant, acting alone or as an accomplice, did unlawfully and knowingly take or exercise unauthorized control over property, 18’ utility trailer with Bobcat 225 welder, valued at less than twenty-five thousand dollars ($25,000) but more than five thousand ($5,000), with the purpose of depriving the owner thereof, a Class “C” felony, against the peace and dignity of the State of Arkansas. The State of Arkansas hereby notifies the defendant that it intends to pursue enhanced penalties pursuant to Ark. Code Ann. 5-4-501 due to the fact that he has been convicted of four (4) or more felonies.

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