More than 200 pounds of expired or unused prescription medications were collected Saturday in Jefferson County as part of the state’s Prescription Drug Take-Back Initiative.
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On April 24, Officer Robert Rogers reported that he had received a call on his personal cell phone. Rogers said he did not answer the call. Rogers said he received a second call a few minutes later and answered the call, and the male voice, who did not identify himself to Rogers, said that he “better stop (expletive) with his friend.”
On April 8 at 8:40 a.m., an accident was reported on the parking lot at White Hall High School at 700 Bulldog Drive.
On April 13 at 10:30 a.m., Officer Brian Hornsby was dispatched to the White Hall Police Department, where Shay D. Wilson turned himself in on a warrant from White Hall District Court for failure to appear with a bond of $1,460. Wilson was given a promise to appear in court and the warrant was deleted from the Arkansas Crime Information Center database.
On March 30 at 12:55 p.m., a two-vehicle accident occurred on Interstate 530 at its intersection with U.S. 270.
Three Jefferson County residents were arrested Sunday after a gun and alleged drugs were found in the vehicle they were in.
On March 20 at 3:45 p.m., an accident was reported on the parking lot of Nick’s Super Stop at 8003 Sheridan Road.
On March 12, officer Robert Rogers met with Andrea Smith of White Hall who reported that her son had driven her 2007 Honda to White Hall High School on Feb. 27 and parked the vehicle in front of the field house while he was at football practice.
An investigation into alleged drug-related activity in the White Hall area ended Tuesday with the arrest of two people after Pine Bluff Police Department vice and narcotics officers and the SWAT team served a search warrant.
On March 6, officer Robert Rogers was sent to 710 Ross Lane in response to a reported criminal mischief.