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Monday, April 7, 2008

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5
Apr



Published in ARKANSAS

LITTLE ROCK, AR - A police officer does not have the authority to arrest someone for refusing to identify himself when he is not suspected of committing a crime, a federal appeals panel ruled Friday.

The decision by a three-judge panel of the 8th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in St. Louis reversed an Arkansas federal judge’s ruling and ordered a new hearing in a Benton County man’s lawsuit challenging his arrest for refusing to show his identification during a traffic stop.
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2
Apr


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Published in ARKANSAS

CRAWFORD COUNTY, AR - While he will not be charged with a crime, Capt. Terry Rea’s tenure as jail administrator for the Crawford County Detention Center is finished. Quorum court budget committee members unanimously approved a $5,688 lump-sum payout to Rea for accrued holiday and vacation time during Monday night’s meeting.
Later, during a personnel committee meeting, justices of the peace also approved the hiring of four new deputies for the sheriff’s department. The positions must now be approved during the quorum court’s regular meeting later this month.
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VIAN, AR - Vian’s former police chief is accused of embezzling nearly $2,000, as well as stealing a utility vehicle from a downtown Vian business, during his three-month stint as police chief last year.

On Wednesday, a warrant was issued for the arrest of Jeremy Eugene Floyd, 30, of Muldrow on two counts of felony embezzlement and one count of grant larceny, according to court records.
Floyd is currently employed as a patrolman with the Bethel Heights Police Department in Arkansas.



Published in ARKANSAS

LITTLE ROCK, AR - The Arkansas State Police has suspended and reassigned a trooper who arrested a news photographer at a December house fire.
Trooper Tom Weindruch, 33, was suspended for two days without pay and was transferred from the Highway Patrol Division to the Administrative Services Division in Little Rock, state police spokesman Bill Sadler said. Weindruch had been part of the patrol division in Little Rock-based Troop A.

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