According to a police report Sandra Mosby was arrested at Walmart for shoplifting. An officer was dispatched to the store and spoke with employees there that showed him two receipts. One for the amount that Mosby had paid and another for the amount of food she had actually purchased. The difference was $78.20. Mosby was transported to the Sebastian County Adult Detention Center.
Amanda Cobbler was arrested after an officer was dispatched to a vehicle that had run off of the road into a ditch. The vehicle was then reported to be at an apartment on Dogwood Street. According to the police report Cobbler was seen standing outside the vehicle. The officer made contact with her and smelled a strong odor of intoxicants. When asked how much she had to drink Cobbler stated, “enough”. A child was found in the backseat with a knot on its head. A witness stated that as Cobbler exited the car she had slung the child to the ground. Cobbler was arrested for DWI with a juvenile, endangering the welfare of a minor and reckless driving.
Paul Meyer was arrested for DWI after an officer observed his vehicle weaving. According to the police report Meyer initially stated that he did not have anything to drink, then admitted to having two and then three or four. Meyer was transported to the Sebastian County Adult Detention Center.
Jason Brock, Alicia Cordova and Heather Bernard were arrested on two counts of possession of drug paraphernalia after a traffic stop. Brock was driving with a suspended driver’s license. Brock would not give the officer a logical story as to what the three were doing or where they were going so the officer asked for consent to search the vehicle which was denied. A K9 was brought to the location and advised of a positive alert. The vehicle was then searched and a digital scale covered in what appeared to be methamphetamine residue was found. All three were arrested for possession of drug paraphernalia and a second charge was added after a syringe was discovered in the back of the patrol car.