Harrison Arkansas
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5 area dirtbags arrested in residential burglaries

Steven R. Kollin, 23, of Harrison, Tanner J. Crook, 22, of Alpena, Brandon L. Snyder, 34, of Harrison and Heather M. Douglas, 23, of Harrison, all face burglary charges. Rachel M Wyatt, 39, of Harrison faces charges as an accessory to the residential burglary. Snyder and Douglas have both bonded out, with the other 3
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Julie Mitchell and Austin Angel Bellefonte Exxon robbery an inside job

2 suspects are in custody after the Bellefonte Exxon robbery. 31-year-old Julie Mitchell, an employee at the Exxon station, and 24-year-old Austin Angel, both of Harrison, Arkansas, are being held on $150,000 bond each. The robbery had been planned in advance, and under questioning, Mitchell, who had been employed less than a month, admitted her
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Blount Allen Blount Jr. of Corvettes and Classics in Harrison, pleads guilty.

Travis Allen Blount Jr. of Kirbyville, Mo., 57, was sentenced to 14 yrs in prison for multiple counts of fraud committed in the sale of classic cars in Arkansas and Missouri. He admitted defrauding over 80 victims who had entrusted him with their classic cars to sell and that had never received the money, or
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armed robbery Monkey masked man robs Bellefonte Exxon

At approximately 3:15 am Tuesday morning, the Bellefonte Exxon station was robbed. The suspect is described as a 5’5″ male, wearing tan coveralls with a camo jacket, and a monkey mask. No race was given. Boone County Sheriff Chief Deputy Tim Roberson said they have developed solid information and an arrest was likely by the
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Misc

historic barn fire Reward Offered for Suspected Arson

A $500.00 cash reward has been offered for information to help identify the person(s) responsible for a fire that destroyed a historic barn on Roscoe Road near Long Creek in Boone County. Boone County Investigators report that the fire occurred in the early morning hours of Monday, July 13, 2015. This cash reward is being
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Brown Tsunami Floods Harrison

Reader Submitted Article Were they here for the “Footloose” musical performance at the Lyric theater? Did the Mayor personally invite them to one of his parties? For whatever reason, ten busloads of predominantly black teenagers from southern and eastern quarters of the state ascended into Harrison like the smoke from a thousand necklacing tire fires
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$3000 Reward?

Ken Reeves, appointed Commissioner of the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission last year by Gov. Beebe, and who is also listed as Vice President and General Counsel, FedEx Freight East on Fedex Legal Team, has upped the reward by $1000 for the arrest and conviction of the person responsible for the act of distributing literature.
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Three reasons you should avoid the movie ‘Noah’

Leading Christians who are faithful to God’s biblical account of the story of the flood are giving grave warnings regarding Hollywood’s worldly offering of “Noah.” Ken Ham writes an eye-opening forewarning that “there is barely a hint of biblical fidelity in this film. It is an unbiblical, pagan film from its start.” You can read
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Anti-hate group blamed for inspiring Family Research Council gun attack dumped by FBI

The Southern Poverty Law Center, which has labeled several Washington, D.C.-based family organizations as “hate groups” for favoring traditional marriage, has been dumped as a “resource” on the FBI’s Hate Crime Web page, a significant rejection of the influential legal group. The Web page scrubbing, which also included eliminating the Anti-Defamation League, was not announced
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