On June 4, a Greenwood officer noticed the vehicle in front of him continuously traveling outside its lane. After initiating a traffic stop, dispatch advised that one of the passengers, Larry Bryant, was wanted for being an absconder from the Arkansas State Parole Board. Bryant, 43, was placed under arrest and transported to the Sebastian County Jail without incident.
On June 5, at 9:26 a.m., an officer was dispatched to the Assembly of God Church at 725 Park Drive. Upon arrival, the officer was met by Decoty Cooper, 40. He informed the officer that he had warrants for his arrest, and wanted to go to jail. Dispatch confirmed the two warrants, and the officer obliged his request to be transported to the jail.
On June 5, at approximately 11:35 p.m., a Greenwood officer observed a white Chevy with no tags and a brake light out, traveling east on Center Street. At Highway 96 the officer initiated a traffic stop, and made contact with the driver. The driver, Nathaniel Stout, 29, presented his driver’s license and paperwork with the VIN of the vehicle. Stout claimed the truck had been in the shop and he did not have the registration or other paperwork in it. While running a check, it was discovered that Stout’s driver’s license had been canceled, and that he had a warrant out of Van Buren. The VIN returned on the vehicle, but it was not registered in his
name and had expired tags. Stout was placed under arrest on the outstanding warrant, and was issued warnings for the other violations.
On June 6, at 10 a.m., a Greenwood officer made a traffic stop on a vehicle for making an improper turn. Dispatch confirmed that occupant Albert Higman, 42, had a warrant for his arrest out of Washington County. Higman was placed under arrest and transported to the Sebastian County Adult Detention Center.