A Pine Bluff man who is currently on parole will be held without bond at the Jefferson County Adult Detention center while prosecutors prepare capital murder charges against him.
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June 13 — June 25, 2016
LITTLE ROCK — The Arkansas Supreme Court on Thursday appointed a new special judge to preside over disbarment proceedings against a Pine Bluff lawyer.
A$5,000 bond was set Tuesday for a man who allegedly reached through the window of a parked vehicle and took a cell phone and iPad on Saturday.
A report that an ATV had been stolen in Arkansas County on Saturday led to the arrest of a Pine Bluff man Monday and the recovery of the ATV.
A vehicle parked at the drive-thru window of a liquor store on Cherry Street in the early morning hours Sunday resulted in the arrest of a man currently on parole after a gun was found in the vehicle.
After a number of years working in China, Arkansas native Caleb McMahon came back to the state and is now working to improve economic development in Pine Bluff and Jefferson County.
The Pines Mall movie theater has reopened after months of being shuttered, Pines Mall owner Judy Vu said Thursday. The theater closed in late January after the lease between the mall and Carmike Cinemas ended. Carmike officials decided to permanently end their agreement with the Pines, and Vu said she struggled to find another company to run the theater.
Pine Bluff Mayor Debe Hollingsworth issued a veto Thursday afternoon against legislation passed 5-3 Monday night by the Pine Bluff City Council to separate the city’s Animal Control Division from the Pine Bluff Police Department.
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