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.
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.
During the search of the residence, marijuana, digital scales, drug paraphernalia, a gun, and over $2,800.00 in cash and coins were seized.
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“The officer attempted to playfully call the dog and the dog turned towards him and became aggressive,” a press release said.
A Sunday fire ravaged Tim’s Transmission Shop in Trumann. It was a total loss, a source on the scene told NEA Report.