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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.

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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.

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On Feb. 19 at about 2:45 p.m., Officer Dustin Summers was sent to 123 Ruth Cove where Robin Roark reported that he had been receiving threatening phone calls and text messages from another person.

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On March 1 at approximately 11:30 am., Officer Brian Hornsby was notified that North Little Rock Police had Robert Moody in custody on a warrant from White Hall City Court for failure to appear with a bond of $1,570. Officer Steven Moreau met a North Little Rock officer at the Dixon Road exit and transported Moody back to the adult detention center. The warrant was cleared from the Arkansas Crime Information Center database.

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On Oct. 31 at 4:10 p.m., a gas drive-off was reported at Big Jim’s at 8006 Dollarway Road. According to the report, the driver of a new model Nissan Pathfinder pumped $63.82 worth of gas and left the business without paying.

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On Oct. 28, Deana Bailey of White Hall reported that she had parked her car on the parking lot of Dollar General and went into the business to purchase some items. She said she left her doors unlocked and her purse laying in the seat and later when she went to take her medication, she noticed the prescription bottle was missing from her purse. She believes the only time the medication could have been taken was while she was at the Dollar General.

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On. Sept. 11, Kyle Merritt went to the White Hall Police Department regarding a court date that he had missed on Sept. 24. A failure to appear warrant for $1,335 had been issued by Judge Kim Bridgforth and Merritt was given a new court date. The warrant was deleted from the Arkansas Crime Information Center database.