Taryn Kilgore was arrested for drug possession and drug paraphernalia after Kilgore was seen by an officer in the Walmart parking lot with her passenger door open lying across the seat with her feet on the ground. Kilgore then walked around the car and got behind the wheel. The officer then made a consensual encounter to check on Kilgore. After providing her name and date of birth it was discovered that Kilgore had a felony warrant for her arrest out of Crawford County. When asked if she had anything illegal Kilgore stated that she had marijuana in a bra in the back seat. A search also turned up a plastic bag containing a white crystal substance believed to be methamphetamine. Kilgore stated that she forgot the “dope” was in her bra. A green leafy substance was found as well as a liquid substance believed to be methadone with a plastic syringe with residue in it. Kilgore was transported to the Sebastian County Adult Detention Center.
Scott Willett was arrested for criminal trespass after Greenwood PD was dispatched to the Arby’s parking lot in reference to a suspicious person. Officers found an unattended motorcycle running in the parking lot. A check of the tag returned to Willett who had contact with officers earlier in the day at the Greenwood Apartments where he has been banned from entering. PD watched the bike and the apartment complex and arrested Willet when he returned to retrieve his motorcycle. Willett was transported to the Sebastian County Detention Center.