Arrest Reports 9/27

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Joshua Wayne Griffin of Greenwood was booked into the Sebastian County Detention Center on October 1 at 2:43 a.m. and released on signature bond on October 1 at 9:15 a.m. Griffin was charged with public intoxication – danger to self or others.

Evan Joseph McClure of Greenwood was booked into the Sebastian County Detention Center on October 1 at 10:20 p.m. and released on legally sufficient bond on October 2 at 5:15 p.m. McClure was charged with aggravated assault on a family or household member.

Tabatha Lynn Risner of Greenwood was booked into the Sebastian County Detention Center on September 27 at 5:35 p.m. and remains at the SCADC. Risner was charged with two counts of failure to appear-class B misdemeanors.

Abagail Rose Lovella Kiles of Greenwood was booked into the Sebastian County Detention Center on September 28 at 2:33 p.m. and released on signature bond on September 28 at 9:04 p.m. Kiles was charged with contempt of court–(child support), FTAS, FTRespond Subpoena, FTComply WCO.

Mark Allen Wolfenbarger of Greenwood was booked into the Sebastian County Detention Center on September 27 at 4 a.m. and released on bond September 28 at at 1:29 p.m. Wolfenbarger was charged with contempt-willful disobedience (failure to pay fine,) two counts of endangering the welfare of a minor in the third degree, and criminal mischief in the first degree $1,000 or less.

Greenwood Police Department:

On 09/29/2020 at approximately 1:20 a.m., a Greenwood officer ran a vehicle tag through Sebastian County Dispatch. The tag was displayed on a silver Chevy Impala but returned to a Nissan Murano. The officer initiated a traffic stop at the intersection of Hwy 10/Old Chismville. The driver was identified as Devin Clay Mullen, 24 of Paris. The officer notified Mullen of the reason for the stop, and he advised the officer that the car belonged to him and the tag was from a Nissan that belonged to his parents who live in Magazine. Mullen also advised officers that he did not have a valid license and that his was suspended. The officer ran both Mullen and his passenger through dispatch and discovered that Mullen had a warrant out of Sebastian County for failure to appear on the original charge of driving while license suspended. Mullen was asked to exit the vehicle and placed under arrest. He was then transported to the Sebastian County Detention Center without incident. Mullen was also issued a citation for driving while license suspended and a warning for failing to register his vehicle.

On 10/3/20 at approximately 10:00 a.m., a Greenwood officer was observing traffic at the intersection of S. Coker and Old Hackett when he ran Arkansas an Arkansas tag. It returned with the name Armando Bahena, associated with the vehicle. The officer ran his name and date of birth through dispatch and was advised that he had a suspended license and multiple warrants, including one out of Greenwood for contempt. The officer conducted a traffic stop at W. Center and N. Clinic. The officer notified the driver of the reason for the stop, and asked Bahena to step out of the vehicle. He was placed under arrest for the confirmed local warrant. Warrants from the outside agencies were confirmed but would not extradite. Bahena, 29 of Waldron, was transported to the Sebastian County Detention Center.

On 10/04/2020 at approximately 12:45 a.m., a Greenwood officer was conducting a neighborhood patrol at the West Denver Apartments (830 West Denver Street) when he witnessed a male searching in the back of a parked vehicle. The vehicle was not running and did not have any lights on. After the officer passed the suspicious male, the man got out, shut the door and began quickly walking away. The officer exited his patrol vehicle and asked the male subject if he would speak to him. The man complied and was identified as Mark David Deer, 39 of Greenwood. Deer stated that the vehicle that he was inside was his fathers and he was outside using his cell phone while looking inside of the vehicle. The officer ran Deer through Sebastian County Dispatch and was advised that Deer had a warrant out of Logan County. Logan County wanted the officer to transport Deer to the Sebastian County Detention Center for them. Deer was transported to the Sebastian County Detention Center on a warrant out of Logan County for contempt of court.

On 10/3/2020 at approximately 2:05 a.m., a Greenwood officer was traveling north on North Main St., near the intersection of Denver St., and observed a gray Chevrolet pickup traveling south through the intersection of Main and Denver. That vehicle failed to stop at the stop sign, and the officer initiated a traffic stop. The vehicle pulled into the parking lot of the Edge building at the intersection of Main St and Center St. The officer made contact with the driver Jacob Hendrickson, 25 of Broken Arrow, OK. The officer could smell an odor of intoxicants coming from the vehicle. Hendrickson handed the officer what he thought was his license, but was actually approximately $40.00 cash. The officer advised him that was not what he needed and handed it back to him. Hendrickson then presented his license along with the instructions on how to set the vehicle’s radio. The officer handed it back to him and advised him to look at the documentation before handing it over to ensure it is correct. The officer noticed his slurred speech and his bloodshot eyes. The officer asked Hendrickson how much he had to drink and he stated “none.” Another officer noticed an empty Crown Royal whiskey bottle in the passenger floorboard. After running Hendrickson’s information through dispatch, the officer returned and asked him to step from his vehicle in order to preform a field sobriety test. After completing the first nine steps, Hendrickson stopped, and stated “I’m done. I failed the test.” The officer attempted to get him to finish the test but he refused and stated he did not want to waste the officer’s time. When the officer asked again how much he had to drink, he stated two beers. Hendrickson also stated he drank too much and messed up. The officer advised him that he would be going to the Greenwood Police Department to take a breath test. Hendrickson was placed handcuffs, and placed in the back of the patrol car. Upon arrival, Hendrickson was given a copy of the Arkansas statement of rights form and was asked to read along. He signed all parts of the rights form stating he understood what was being read to him. The BrAC test was administered with a final sample of .17 at the time of 2:38 a.m. Hendrickson was advised that, due to the result, he would be charged with DWI first offense. Hendrickson was transported to the Sebastian County ADC without incident.

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

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