A Craighead County boy went missing Friday night in Trumann.
The Hep A outbreak in NEA continues.
Animal cruelty charges for a man accused of heinous acts
An unnamed suspect has been released while a third individual is now in custody and identified by authorities.
He just got out of jail on parole for a stabbing, the sheriff said. Now, he’s back in custody.
The prosecutor has found the lethal use of force by the Trumann police chief on August 3 was justified.
Johnny Kelley visited the Trumann police chief at his home earlier in the day before the shootout that took place later Friday morning which left Kelley dead, several sources close to the case have said.
According to an initial statement provided to state police special agents, Chief Henson was asked to come by Kelley’s residence. Once there, Chief Henson approached the door of the residence and Kelley fired at Henson with a gun.
Following the initial email from Graham, through her school email address, NEA Report asked directly if she had ever referred to herself as “The Terminator.”
A suspected drug ring will soon feel law enforcement’s wrath because of evidence obtained in the shooting of a Trumann teen.