Authorities say she was in contact with multiple males who were grooming her. They also now doubt the video released from the Blytheville rest stop is that of Arissa.
All suspects are innocent until proven guilty.
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Arkansas African American Legislators, 1868-1893, a free traveling exhibit produced by the Arkansas State Archives and Black History Commission of Arkansas, will be displayed at Williams Baptist College on Feb. 6-18.
Participants will learn the Black History Month 2018 theme and get an overview of upcoming activities for the month.
The green, concreted racks will provide safe and easy locations for riders to park their bikes while visiting city-owned parks and facilities.
This sighting of Arissa occurred Sunday morning at 7:15 a.m. in Blytheville at the Welcome Center on I-55. She was seen leaving in a silver Dodge Stratus driven by a black male heading south bound.
The deputy found a black Nissan Sentra with a white male slumped over in the front passenger seat. It was Eric D. Elliott, 34, of Walnut Ridge.
A man came home to find three dogs tearing into a rabbit pen and ripping his show rabbits to pieces Sunday morning in Bay.
“My goal is to see a tangible change in blighted areas of town. As this is a totally new position, goal No. 1 is to build the infrastructure of the department,” Smith said.