Police catch vehicle break-in suspect after chase; Meth party busted up; More reports released Monday by JPD

A traffic stop on Friday morning led to a man being arrested for pills and possession of a firearm simultaneously.

A residential burglary was reported between 7 and 11 AM Friday at the 3400-block of Fairview Drive.

A vehicle was broken into on 10/21 at the Links Apartments and the information stolen was used in an attempt to transfer money, adding a felony forgery charge to the case.

A report at 1:31 PM Friday at the 800-block of Monroe alleged a suspect hit a victim in the head and put a knife to her throat, which would constitute aggravated assault if proven in court. Kevin Brown, 34, was arrested.

Suspects broke into a residence between 6 AM and 8 PM Friday at the 1000-block of Hope Avenue, stealing tools and a work van – a tan 2002 GMC Savanna.

Two women were arrested after a traffic stop Friday night near Evelyn and Magnolia where the officer smelled marijuana. Sherra Frelin, 42, of Jonesboro, was arrested on three possession charges including one felony possession with purpose to deliver (pills). Quara Deann Crays, 28, of Bono, was arrested with an out of town warrant.

A vehicle was reported stolen Saturday afternoon around 4:24 PM from the 1200-block of N. Church in Jonesboro. It was a white 2008 Dodge Avenger.

Several DWI accidents happened over the weekend with even more instances of DWIs that didn’t involve wrecks.

A vehicle was reported stolen between 1 AM and 6 AM Saturday from the 1200-block of Nettleton Circle. It was a blue 2002 Chrysler PT Cruiser.

Four suspects were arrested by police for various charges that included meth after making a call for service regarding suspicious activity. It happened between 7:19 AM and 9:07 AM Sunday at the 1700-block of Georgia Drive. Brandon D. Hargett, 32, was arrested for numerous felony possession charges (meth) as well as an out of town warrant and parole violation. Brian Keith Raymond, 50, was arrested for possession of meth, furnishing prohibited articles, and another felony possession charge (in addition to two misdemeanors). Michelle Jacks, 36, was arrested for possession of meth and several other possession charges. Brittany Caine Farmer, 28, was arrested for possession of meth and other possession charges as well as a contempt of court – failure to comply charge.

Authorities caught a vehicle break-in suspect early Monday morning after the suspect ran from officers and even resisted arrest. It happened around 4:20 AM at the 2400-block of Jones Street. Soloman G. Arnold, 30, of Jonesboro, was armed with two machetes when the first officer arrived, the report said, but he fled on foot. Police caught up to him and arrested him. Arnold faces felonies for breaking into a vehicle, possessing meth, and violating parole; He faces numerous misdemeanors for fleeing, obstructing governmental operations, resisting arrest, carrying a weapon, theft, and contempt of court.


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  1. Deathamphetamine is certainly an epic issue these day’s! It causes hallucinations, delusional thinking, and various types of irregular behavior whenever used.
    Watch for these symptoms among members of the community. Individuals under the influence can and will sleep and ingest food on a somewhat regular basis.
    The eyes will not necessarily become dialated. Slurred speech and difficulty walking as if intoxicated are very common also.
    Even schizophrenic behavior or paranoid actions will be present.

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