Jonathan Paul Keys of Greenwood was booked into the Sebastian County Detention Center on October 25 at 2:20 a.m. and released on October 26 at 2 p.m. Keys was charged with driving while intoxicated 1st offense.
Ashley Rechelle Slater of Greenwood was booked into the Sebastian County Detention Center on October 31 at 4:50 a.m. and released on legally sufficient bond October 31 at 5:42 a.m. Slater was charged with driving while intoxicated 1st offense and driving left of center/improper overtaking or passing.
From the Greenwood Police Department:
On October 29 at approximately 1 a.m., a Greenwood officer observed a female sitting in the front seat of a vehicle at the apartments at 8 S. Adair St. The officer stated that it appeared as if she was going through items in the vehicle. He approached the female and asked her if the vehicle belonged to her. She stated that it did and that she was loading items into the vehicle to leave. The officer asked for the female’s name, and she responded “Marion Hadley.” The officer returned to service, but ran the vehicle’s license plate number through NCIC and learned that a female by the name of “Brooke
Elsworth” had recently received a citation in this vehicle. The officer ran the Elsworth subject and was able to get a photo, allowing him to identify the female he spoke with as Brooke Elsworth, 42. The officer had dispatch check Elsworth for local warrants, and discovered that she had a warrant for “hot check” out of the City of Greenwood. Another officer was able to locate the described vehicle and initiate a traffic stop on it at the intersection of Hwy 71/Hwy 10 Spur. The officer approached the vehicle and reconfirmed that Elsworth was driving. According to the officer, she began to lie about her name again but ultimately stated that her name was Brooke Elsworth after being confronted about the photo. Elsworth was placed into custody and transported to SCADC where she was booked on her warrant.
On November 1 at approximately 1:40 a.m., a Greenwood officer noticed a vehicle stopped in the middle of the road at the intersection N. Adair and W. Atlanta with a lower body hanging out of the open door on the passenger side. The officer initiated his blue lights, and the subject on the passenger side attempted to leave the traffic stop. The officer instructed him to sit on the side of the road until he concluded the stop. The officer gathered the identification from the driver and passenger to run through dispatch. Dispatch advised the passenger, Chase Hughes, 35, had a warrant for contempt through the City of Fort Smith. The officer released the driver from the traffic stop and notified Hughes of his warrant. Hughes was asked if he had any narcotics on him and he stated, “weed”. The officer located the suspected bag of marijuana in his jacket pocket. The bag also contained
an Indiga cartridge that appeared to contain liquid THC. Another officer located a small blue baggy in Hughes’ backpack that appeared to contain a crystal like substance. Hughes then pulled out a white piece of rolled up paper and blue cut straw. Both those items appeared to contain a crystal like substance as well. Hughes was then transported to the jail. During transport, near the intersection of Zero and Townson, Hughes began making moaning noises. According to the officer, Hughes was sweating profusely and nearly throwing up. Hughes stated that he had just done meth before the traffic stop. The officer asked Hughes repeatedly if he needed to go to the hospital but he continued to deny he needed medical treatment. As they got closer to the hospital, the officer was able to convince Hughes to seek medical treatment. The officer and Hughes arrived at Baptist E.R. at approximately 2:20 a.m. Hughes was given medical treatment and released at approximately 4:45 a.m. Hughes was then taken to Sebastian County ADC without incident. Hughes was charged with possession of schedule VI less than 4oz, possession of schedule I/II less than 2 grams, possession of drug paraphernalia, and the warrant.
On October 31 at approximately 1:47 p.m., a Greenwood officer witnessed a white male walking on West Dogwood Street coming from South Coker Street. He recognized the male from previous dealings as Spencer Kite, 18. After seeing Kite, the officer ran his information and discovered a possible warrant for failure to appear. He approached Kite to speak with him. Dispatch confirmed the warrant, and Kite was transported to the Sebastian County Detention Center without incident.
*The charges against those arrested are allegations and the cases are still pending in the courts.**