Arrest Reports 8/16

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Kevin Matthew Bachtel of Greenwood was booked into the Sebastian County Detention Center on August 18 at 7:37 a.m. and released on signature bond August 18 at 12:52 p.m. Bachtel was charged with public intoxication – annoyance.

Zachary Scott Davis of Greenwood was booked into the Sebastian County Detention Center on August 20 at 4:54 p.m. and released on cash bond August 20 at 10:33 p.m. Davis was charged with contempt-willful disobedience (failure to pay fine.)

Alyssa Cheyenne Leach of Greenwood was booked into the Sebastian County Detention Center on August 22 at 12:02 a.m. and remains at the SCADC. Leach was charged with two counts of failure to appear – class B misdemeanor, and contempt-willful disobedience (failure to pay fine.)

Belinda Sue Miner of Greenwood was booked into the Sebastian County Detention Center on August 19 at 1:30 p.m. and released on legally sufficient bond August 19 at 5:33 p.m. Miner was charged with driving while intoxicated – first offense.

Blake Allen Richards of Greenwood was booked into the Sebastian County Detention Center on August 18 at 1:30 p.m. and released on legally sufficient bond August 19 at 1:02 p.m. Richards was charged with petition to revoke bond.

Tabatha Lynn Risner of Greenwood was booked into the Sebastian County Detention Center on August 16 at 5:25 p.m. and released on signature bond August 16 at 8:32 p.m. Risner was charged with failure to appear, class B misdemeanor.

Sean David Spoon of Greenwood was booked into the Sebastian County Detention Center on August 21 at 2:05 p.m. and released on legally sufficient bond on August 21 at 2:53 p.m. Spoon was charged with petition to revoke -misdemeanor.

On August 19, at approximately 1:31 a.m., a Greenwood officer made a traffic stop on Highway 10, just west of the intersection of Old Hackett. The vehicle had no functioning passenger side headlight or tag light. The driver of the vehicle was identified as Cesar S. Munoz, 23, of Van Buren. Munoz advised that he did not have a valid driver’s license. The names of both occupants were collected and ran through dispatch. It was discovered that Munoz had a suspended driver’s license and three warrants out of Sebastian County. Dispatch advised that the passenger Phillip Myers, 31 of Van Buren, also had a warrant out of Lowell, Arkansas, but was out of extradition range. Both occupants were asked to exit the vehicle, and the officer sought consent to search. Munoz consented. That search yielded a small glass vile containing a white crystal-like substance, suspected to be methamphetamine. Myers was detained and read his Miranda Rights to
which he stated that he understood. Myers admitted that the substance inside of the glass vile was his and was methamphetamine. After the vehicle search was concluded, both Munoz and Myers were placed under arrest and transported to the Sebastian County Adult Detention Center. Munoz was booked on his three warrants, failure to comply with court order, failure to pay fines, and theft of property. He also received a citation for driving on suspended license. Myers was booked on possession of schedule I/II <2g.

On August 19 at approximately 11:40 p.m., a Greenwood officer observed a male subject, later identified as Jeremy Brown, 33 of Booneville, walking in the ditch. The officer pulled onto Parks Drive, and asked Brown if he was okay. Brown willingly spoke with the officer, and presented his identification. He informed the officer that he may have a warrant out of the board of parole, as he missed his meeting with his parole officer the day prior. The officer ran Brown through the dispatch, where a warrant through the Arkansas Board of Parole and the City of Fort Smith were located and confirmed. Brown was transported to the SCADC without incident.

On August 19 at 7:25 p.m., a Greenwood officer made a traffic stop on a vehicle having an expired temporary registration. It was discovered that the driver of that vehicle, Charles Lewis, 42 of Greenwood, had a warrant out of the City of Greenwood for his arrest. Lewis was placed under arrest and transported to the SCADC without incident.

On August 19 at approximately 10 p.m. a Greenwood officer observed a white GMC Sierra traveling west on State Highway 10 without a functioning brake light. The officer initiated a traffic stop and made contact with the driver, Caleb Brasher, 21 of Hackett and passenger, Devon Horton, 22 of Greenwood. The officer advised them of the reason for the stop and asked for the driver’s license, insurance and registration. Brasher advised that he did not have a valid license and had a no bond warrant. Horton denied having any identification. He did, however, provide his date of birth. The officer ran both subjects through dispatch, and discovered that Brasher and Horton both had warrants from Greenwood and Fort Smith. Brasher and Horton were placed under arrest. The officer sough consent to search the vehicle and discovered a small amount of suspected marijuana in a plastic bag. The officer stated that it did not appear to be a usable amount, and he discarded it. Both subjects were then transported to the Sebastian County Detention Center where they were booked on their warrants. Brasher received a citation for driving on a suspended license and a warning for the non-functioning break light.

**The charges against those arrested are allegations and the cases are still pending in the courts.**

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