JONESBORO, Ark. – A Tuesday parole search by the JPD Street Crime Unit yielded two arrests, one of which was for methamphetamine.
At about 10:42 a.m. Tuesday morning, investigators went to 1001 Owens Avenue to conduct a parole search of the residence. A call had been made about meth being cooked in the shed behind the home, the report said.
Investigator Chris Jefferson made contact with Wilfred Eugene Goad, 58, of Jonesboro inside of the shed. Listed as on felony probation, a search of his person yielded a used glass methamphetamine pipe and small bag of meth, the report said. He was arrested and taken to Craighead County Detention Center to be held for a probable cause hearing. He faces felony charges for possession of meth and drug paraphernalia.
Thomas M. Cooper, 35, of Harrisburg, was cited and released for a failure to appear warrant.