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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 Jan. 16, Officer Robert Rogers was notified that the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office had Crystal Marroquin, 30, of Pine Bluff in custody on a warrant from White Hall District Court for failure to appear with a bond of $1,100. Rogers met a Lincoln County deputy at Tamo and took custody of Marroquin, who was taken to the adult detention center and booked into the jail on the warrant.

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On Dec.13 at about 5:30 p.m. Officer Brent Bridges was notified that Michael Deweese of White Hall was in custody in Pulaski County on multiple misdemeanor warrants, including one from White Hall District Court for failure to comply with a bond of $645. Bridges faxed a copy of the warrant to the adult detention center where it would be served on Deweese after he was picked up in Pulaski County and transported back to Jefferson County by a sheriff’s deputy.

Police Log May 22

• Sgt. Sandy Castleberry was notified by a 911 dispatcher that James Stewart Courtney, age 30, of 440 Heritage Drive in Rison was in custody at the Dallas County Detention Center in Fordyce. Courtney had an outstanding warrant in White Hall. Castleberry transported Courtney from the detention center in Fordyce to the "Dub" Brassell Adult Detention Center where he was booked.

Police Log

• Sgt. Sandy Castleberry was notified that Kendrick Ferguson, 31, had been detained on an outstanding warrant out of the White Hall Police Department. He was transported to the "Dub" Brassell Adult Detention Center for booking.

Softball league holds opening ceremonies

The crack of a bat as it drives a softball down the third base line, the guttural calls of the umpire behind home plate, and the cheers of fans and players are all sounds that can once again be heard coming from the White Hall Softball complex.