A 19-year-old was shot and killed by a homeowner in her late 80s in what is being described as a tragic mistake early Sunday morning in Crittenden County.
A young black woman was driving in Jonesboro when she said a traffic snafu led to four white men in a pick-up becoming violent, throwing things at her and even crashing into her.
When a group of young children dialed 911 while playing on the phone, it led Jonesboro police to find them home alone and hungry, a report said. An arrest was made.
I say the farmers need to be forced to stop burning their rice fields and compromising everyone’s health. – Chris Wessel, Jonesboro Sun
Two men had parked their truck in the area and went hunting, a release said. When the returned to their truck, they discovered a man under the truck. He had drilled a hole into the gas tank of the truck and was draining out the fuel.
An armed robbery on Wednesday, Oct. 25, at a general store in Izard County was the act of a juvenile delinquent, a press release from Chief Deputy Earnie Blackley of Izard County Sheriff’s Department said. The suspect has been arrested and charged.
During Thursday traffic stop in Jonesboro, a man reportedly pretended to be his own insurance agent and answered the phone “Insurance Store” when called.
For those who bought even a few electronic devices in the 2000s, you could be able to claim settlement money due to a recent class action lawsuit agreement.
After information was transmitted to several Craighead County Sheriff’s Office deputies, three stolen ATVs were found at a Brookland man’s residence. He was arrested.
A Jonesboro woman who tried to hire a hit-man to kill her husband will spend eight years in the Arkansas Department of Correction after her conviction on Wednesday, October 25, 2017.