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  • Police Report Jan. 28

  • From reports filed with the Arkadelphia Police Dept.

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  • Arkadelphia Police Department
    Tuesday, Jan. 26
    An Arkadelphia High School student reported the theft of an iPhone from her backpack.
    A Pine Street woman reported receiving threatening messages on her answering machine.
    Monday, Jan. 25
    A Hot Springs man reported that someone stole his credit card and used it three times at an Arkadelphia gas station. He said he last used the card on Jan. 13, and the three purchases were a total of $60.
    A college student reported that someone used her credit card without her consent. Two unauthorized transactions were made in Florida, for a total of $170.
    An employee of a business on the 1400 block of Pine Street reported the theft of copper tubing from the ceiling area of the property.
    Officer Woody Perry was dispatched to Pioneer Inn, where a resident reported getting the tires slashed on his vehicle.
    Friday, Jan. 22
    A resident of the 2800 block of Sylvia Street reported someone broke into her car and stole an iPod, worth $400. The last time the device was in her possession was Dec. 25.
    Clark County Sheriff’s Office
    Tuesday, Jan. 26
    Deputy Brian Winegardner was dispatched to Green’s Grocery in Joan in reference to a break-in. Several rolls of quarters valued at $160, plus $150 in various coins were stolen, along with six cartons of cigarettes and two boxes of cigarillos valued at $300.
    Deputies were dispatched to a residence on Meeks Road in reference to a disturbance. The complainant said her son had been incarcerated in a mental hospital and, since his return home, he has caused “nothing but trouble.”
    Monday, Jan. 25
    Winegardner was dispatched to the Clark County Landfill in reference to a break-in. An employee reported the gate was broken off its hinges, and the garage to the facility had been rummaged through.
    A resident of the 4600 block of Highway 67 South, Gurdon, reported that her neighbor on Curtis Road was mistreating his dogs, adding that the animals were malnourished and never had any water or food in their pen. Deputy Garry B. Johns went to the neighbor’s home to find all the animals to be in good health, and there was water and food in the pen with them.
    Tuesday, Jan. 26
    Frank Lamont Taylor, 26, was arrested for second degree battery.
    Monday, Jan. 25
    Jakob Michael Reppo, 22, was arrested for failure to appear.
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