Parole and Probation Violators in M.H. Arrested

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by Shannon Cay

 

MOUNTAIN HOME, Ark. – The Baxter County Sheriff’s Office issues information on a crackdown last week on parole and felony probation violators.

According to the release, The Sheriff’s Department, the Mountain Home Police Department, the Arkansas Department of Corrections and the local drug task force put five people from Mountain Home back behind bars on Wednesday.

Authorities say 28–year-old Sabrina Ward from Mountain Home is in jail with a bond of 2-thousand 556 dollars. She is charged with not paying her finds then hindering apprehension, according to jail logs.

Sabrina Ward

Thirty One year old Michael Everett from mountain home was also arrested on Wednesday because he didn’t appear in court or pay his fines, so his bench warrant was revoked, according to the release.

Michael Cody Everett

The report says Additionally, 59-year-old Beverly Nielsen from Mountain Home was arrested for charges of possession of a defaced gun and hindering apprehension or prosecution and 22-year-old Karoline Sirois-Hanson from Lone Rock area was also arrested because her bench warrant was revoked.

Beverly Kay NielsenHenson

Lastly, jail logs show 48-year-old Loretta Russell from Mountain Home was arrested on Wednesday for a misdemeanor of contempt of court and non-payment of fines.

Loretta Sue Russell

Each person is slated for court for this Thursday, February the 4th or February the 11th.

 

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