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Carroll County Sheriff's Office 6-17-18  

The overnight arrest report for Carroll County.

Name & Age Residence Classification

Charges

Total 82

Intakes and Releases From: 6-15-18 Thru 6-16-18

Bostwick, David John-57 Clarksville AR Prior Felon HOA for Harrison PD
Choate, Joshua Dean-32 Harrison AR Misd Court commitment
Duncan, Devin Lee-32 Holiday Island AR N/A
George, Mabini Tem-25 Berryville AR Prior Felon Domestic battery
Goodman, Tonya Sue-45 Beaver AR Prior Felon Court commitment
Jung, Timothy Orville-45 Shell Knob MO Misd FTA
Lindsey, Heath E-30 Norfork AR Prior Felon Possession of firearms by certain persons--Theft by receiving
Shackelford, Donald Thomas-42 Eureka Springs AR Sex Offender Failure to register as sex offender--White warrant
Williams, James Henry-39 Green Forest AR Prior Felon Driving on susp due to DWI

Intakes and Releases From: 6-13-18 Thru 6-14-18

Neal, Ronnie Joe-54 Berryville AR Misd DWI--Refusal to submit
Netecke, Paul Peter-50 Bradford AR Prior Felon FTP
Phillips, David Scott-27 Green Forest AR Misd FTP
Stanec, Charles Thomas-52 Holiday Island AR PC Assault on family/household member

Intakes and Releases From: 6-12-18 Thru 6-13-18

Boyle, Eva Ilona-64 Berryville AR Prior Felon Public intoxication--Disorderly conduct
Field, Sara Elizabeth-18 Berryville AR Misd Possession of controlled substance--Possession of durg paraphernalia
Hudson, Joe Alan-27 Berryville AR Prior Felon Revocation
Licon, Ricardo-20 Berryville AR Prior Felon Revocation
Mabry, Melanie Shea-36 Berryville AR Misd Disorderly conduct

Intakes and Releases From: 6-11-18 Thru 6-12-18

Bishop, Misty Alese-30 Oak Grove AR Prior Felon Possession of drug paraphernalia--Fleeing
Dooley, Lisa Angela-49 Berryville AR Misd Body attachmwent for non-payment
Faucher, Randall Dale-25 Omaha AR Prior Felon Possession of drug paraphernalia--Possession of controlled substance--Fictitious tags
Knapik, Josh Alan-41 Berryville AR PC FTA

Intakes and Releases From: 6-10-18 Thru 6-11-18

Badley, Jessica Kay-23 Green Forest AR Misd FTA on shoplifting--FTA on no insurance, driving on susp

Intakes and Releases From: 6-9-18 Thru 6-10-18

Battin, Jeffrey Scott-23 Berryville AR Misd DWI--Careless/prohibited driving--No drivers license
Denson, Kevin Wayne-33 Fayetteville AR Misd Court commitment
Frabisilio, Anthony James-47 Springdale AR Prior Felon Public intoxication
Mangandi, German Ladislao-27 Green Forest AR Misd Possession of drug paraphernalia--Disorderly conduct--Battery--Refusal to submit to chemical test--DWI
McAleer, Michael James-64 Eureka Springs AR Prior Felon Terroristic threatening--Disorderly conduct--FTP fines-contempt
Parks, Ashley Renee-31 Berryville AR Prior Felon Domestic battery

Intakes and Releases From: 6-6-18 Thru 6-7-18

Andrade-Mora, Alejandro-42 Green Forest AR Misd No drivers license--Hold for ICE
Brodt, Aaron Jackson-26 Fayetteville AR Misd Public intoxication
Harris, Brian Edward-27 Berryville AR PC Breaking or entering--Theft--Criminal mischief--Public intoxication--Breathing/inhaling intoxicating compounds
Henderson, Amanda Ellen-34 Green Forest AR Misd HOA for Washington County
Hudson, Kimberly Ann-36 Harrison AR Misd FTA
Matney, Chess Allen-48 Berryville AR Prior Felon Public intoxication
Prince, Cora Rose-24 Koshkonong MO Misd Violation of protection order

Intakes and Releases From: 6-5-18 Thru 6-6-18

Brooks, Shannon A-33 Green Forest AR Misd Bond surrender--FTA on FTP
Davis, Kelly Joe-31 Harrison AR Felony FTP--FTA on Theft of property
Delgado, Christopher Brian-39 Green Forest AR Prior Felon Revocation on parole
Harris-Brashears, Tracy Alan-45 Springdale AR Prior Felon Endangering welfare of a minor--DWI--Leaving scene of accident--Careless/imprudent driving

Intakes and Releases From: 6-4-18 Thru 6-5-18

Burdick, Hollie Anne-38 Berryville AR Misd Court commit
Farmer, Marty Aaron-30 Huntsville AR PC FTC with community service--FTP on no proof liab ins--Possession of drug paraphernalia
Long, Ronnie Gene-42 Cavanaugh AR Prior Felon FTP--FTA--HOA for Madison County

Intakes and Releases From: 6-3-18 Thru 6-4-18

Canales, Cesar Francisco-18 Green Forest AR Felony Possession of drug paraphernalia--PCS--Minor in possession of alcohol--Speeding
Gordon, Desiree Ann-32 Russellville AR Misd Battery--Possession
Lewis, Michael Grant-37 Berryville AR Misd PCS--Possession of drug paraphernalia--Public intoxication

Intakes and Releases From: 6-2-18 Thru 6-3-18

Cantwell, Thomas C-41 Eureka Springs AR Theft of property--Removal of theft detection device
Donaubauer, Justin B-36 Springdale AR Contempt
Jimeniz, Edward M-18 Green Forest AR Driving on susp--Careless/prohibited driving
Lojka, Sammy-44 Berryville AR FTA
Moppin, Joe-36 Springdale AR FTP
Schreibuogel, Melanie-53 Centerton AR Driving on susp--Theft of property--HOA for Benton County--FTA
Vanos, Michael-46 Golden MO Driving on susp--No proof ins--Failure to show registration
Wheeler, Jami L-25 Green Forest AR FTP--FTA--Bond surrender

Intakes and Releases From: 5-30-18 Thru 5-31-18

Cera, Alan C-24 Berryville AR PCS--No DL--Careless driving
Gonzales, Edward-28 Alpena AR N/A
Massey, Matthew R-30 Fayetteville AR FTA
Petty, Jacqueline P-42 Harrison AR Following too close--PCS--Driving on susp--No liab ins--Careless/prohibited driving--Refusal to submit to arrest

Intakes and Releases From: 5-28-18 Thru 5-29-18

Arcos, Alfredo Jr-27 Berryville AR Prior Felon Criminal trespass--FTP fines-contempt
Badillo, Victor M-27 Green Forest AR Prior Felon DWI--No drivers license--Driving left of center--FTP
Baum, Evelin R-39 Green Forest AR Felony Aggravated assault on family member
Burdick, Hollie Anne-38 Berryville AR Misd 3 day court commitment
Mata, Longino-50 Berryville AR Misd DWI--Driving left of center--No proof liab ins
Silva, Anthony James-32 Nixa MO Prior Felon Driving on susp--No seat belt--Obstructing drivers view--Failure to show registration--No proof liab ins
Yates, Christopher Celedon-43 Berryville AR Prior Felon Court appeareance

Intakes and Releases From: 5-27-18 Thru 5-28-18

Badley, Brian Paul-24 Green Forest AR Prior Felon Domestic battery--FTA
Conner, Christopher James-35 Green Forest AR Misd FTA
Holman, Roy Glenn-26 Berryville AR Prior Felon FTA--FTP
Horn, Robert Earl-41 Exeter MO Prior Felon FTA
Livermore, Rachel Elaine-36 Huntsville AR Misd Body attachment child support
Minor, Cathlynn-25 Berryville AR Misd Obstructing govt operations--No drivers license
Morin-Leal, Evelin Y-21 Green Forest AR Misd FTP
Tiboni, Timothy Eugene-43 Berryville AR Prior Felon HOA for Madison county--FTP on drinking in public

Intakes and Releases From: 5-26-18 Thru 5-27-18

Armer, Jimmy Ray-31 Prairie Grove AR Prior Felon FTA/FTP fines, DWI, resisting arrest, battery, criminal trespass
Bajo, Andrew-36 Springdale AR Felony FTA
Boyette, Kimbery Marie-26 Berryville AR Prior Felon HOA for Boone County--FTA on forgery, theft by receiving--Unlawful removal of theft deterrent device--Theft of property
Butler, James Bruce-56 Harrison AR Sex Offender Court commitment
Dawos, Terry-30 Springdale AR Misd FTP--Failure to complete community service
Foster, Harold Manning-62 Eureka Springs AR Sex Offender Harrassment--Criminal mischief
Holms, Guy Demott-52 Eureka Springs AR Misd Public intoxication
Horn, Robert Earl-41 Exeter MO Prior Felon FTA

Intakes and Releases From: 5-24-18 Thru 5-25-18

Bruce, Carolyn Ann-29 Harrison AR Prior Felon Revocation--HOA for Boone County
Doty, Stephen Paul-58 Eureka Springs AR Felony White warrant
Henry, Michael Allen-58 Blue Eye MO Prior Felon FTA
Hustead, Vonda-50 Jasper AR Felony PCS--Possession of drug paraphernalia--Driving left of center
Lincon, Ricardo-20 Berryville AR PC Domestic battery
Puente, Lamonica Ann-29 Berryville AR Misd No liab ins--Drivers license suspended--Fictitious vehicle license--FTA--FTP
Sieg, Dakota Aaron-24 Eureka Springs AR Felony Theft by receiving

Intakes and Releases From: 5-23-18 Thru 5-24-18

Helm, Jason H-32 Green Forest AR Felony Aggravated robbery--Battery--Terroristic threatening
Prince, Cora Rose-24 Eureka Springs AR PC Domestic battery
Silva, Anthony Louis-44 Berryville AR PC PCS--Possession of drug paraphernalia
Sims, Martin Eric-30 Green Forest AR Misd Driving on susp--Unsafe vehicle--Obstructing a windshield--No proof liab ins--Defective equipment--Failure to show registration

Intakes and Releases From: 5-22-18 Thru 5-23-18

Carroll, Donald R-40 Berryville AR DWI
Descoteaux, Jenna-20 Eureka Springs AR Residential burglary
Kraus, Karla S-50 Harrison AR FTA

Intakes and Releases From: 5-21-18 Thru 5-22-18

Burdick, Hollie A-38 Berryville AR Court commit
Cooper, Barbara S-73 Harrison AR Contempt of court--FTP
Duncan, Devin L-32 Holiday Island AR Possession of drug paraphernalia--No DL
Evans, Andrew D-43 Berryville AR Domestic battery
Wilmoth, Destini-18 Decatur AR Permitting abuse of a child

Intakes and Releases From: 5-20-18 Thru 5-21-18

Gomez, Ivan Perez-35 Green Forest AR Misd HOA for Washington County
Kaminaga, Jonathan-31 Berryville AR Misd Driving on susp due to DWI--Careless & prohibited driving
Samuel, Randy-34 Berryville AR Misd Failure to pay on public intoxication

Intakes and Releases From: 5-19-18 Thru 5-20-18

Butler, James-56 Harrison AR Court commitment
Moran, Ian S-25 Alpena AR Hold for other agency
Serna, Joe A-33 Green Forest AR Domestic battery--Resisting arrest--Possession of drug paraphernalia--Criminal mischief--Disorderly conduct--Public intoxication--Kidnapping--Terroristic threatening--Interference with emergency communications
Smith, Eugene-50 Lampe MO Court commitment

Intakes and Releases From: 5-18-18 Thru 5-19-18

Allen, Thomas John-54 Green Forest AR Felony Revocation based on contempt
Battin, Jeffrey Scott-23 Berryville AR Felony Domestic battery
Bell, Lisa Anne-48 Harrison AR Prior Felon Driving on suspension--HOA for Boone County
Hutton, Michael Eugene-38 Berryville AR Felony Possession of drug paraphernalia--Possesion of Controlled substance
Jaini, Naveen-26 Berryville AR Misd Speeding 18 mph over limit--No drivers license
Keys, Brittany A-28 Green Forest AR Misd Court commitment
Rich, April Rae-26 Green Forest AR Misd Criminal trespass--Failure to pay
Todd, Adam P-32 Huntsville AR Misd Failure to appear on no or exp DL
Wallace, Christina Shea-29 Eureka Springs AR Misd Failure to appear on Leaving Scene of Accident--Failure to appear on Possession of Controlled Substance--Failure to Pay on Violation of Arkansas Hot Check Law

Intakes and Releases From: 5-17-18 Thru 5-18-18

Coffel, Rickey Lane-26 Berryville AR Prior Felon Failure to appear
Harden, Christopher-37 Berryville AR Prior Felon Failure to appear
Rich, April Rae-36 Green Forest AR Prior Felon Criminal trespass--Failure to pay
Thompson, Jeremy Don-30 Harrison AR Misd Failure to appear--HOA for Boone County

Intakes and Releases From: 5-16-18 Thru 5-17-18

Alaniz, Efrain Jr-31 Bentonville AR Act 309 Act 309
Brinkley, Antonio Miles-30 Harrison AR Prior Felon Possession of drug paraphernalia--Possession of firearms by certain person--Possession--Simultaneous possession of drugs and firearm
Collier, Allen Matthew-46 Berryville AR Prior Felon Failure to pay time pay
Evans, Michelle Renee-32 Green Forset AR Misd Failure to pay
Goldsmith, Erin Rene-18 Holiday Island AR Prior Felon Failure to appear
Kelly, Ericka-40 Berryville AR PC Domestic battery
Kelly, Terrence Morgan-40 Berryville AR PC Domestic battery--Possession
Ramirez, Santiago-48 Berryville AR Misd Obstructing drivers view--No DL--Hold for ICE
Shelton, Fredrick Bernard-59 Holiday Island AR Prior Felon Court commitment

Intakes and Releases From: 5-14-18 Thru 5-15-18

Burdick, Hollie Anne-38 Berryville AR Misd Court commitment
Evans, Brandy Sue Dawn-43 Shell Knob MO PC Failure to appear--Failure to pay
Fry, Ray Allen Jr-43 Berryville AR Prior Felon Driving on susp/revoked license--No proof liab ins
Grout, Robert Paul-27 Green Forest AR Felony Revocation of suspended sentence
Jackson, Holly Lynn-25 Berryville AR Prior Felon Residential burglary--Theft of property
Stringfield, Gary Lee-70 Green Forest AR Prior Felon Aggravated assault

Intakes and Releases From: 5-13-18 Thru 5-14-18

Campbell, Justin Isaiah-32 Berryville AR Prior Felon DWI--Driving left of center--Fictitious vehicle license--Driving on susp due to DWI
Lauer, Jordan Ashley-31 Denver CO Misd Driving left of center--DWI
Westbrook, Robert Allan-38 Green Forest AR Misd Driving on revoked license due to DWI--Fleeing

Intakes and Releases From: 5-12-18 Thru 5-13-18

Edmondson, Ryan W-22 Eureka Springs AR Assault on family member
Gresham, Drew A-26 Eureka Springs AR DWI--Refusal to submit to chemical test--Possession of drug paraphernalia
Matney, Chess A-48 Berryville AR Aggravated cruelty to animal--Assault
Miller, Benjamin N-31 Berryville AR Court commitment--Failure to pay
Nott, Koshama M-28 Berryville AR Public intoxication
Reed, Jesse A-28 Berryville AR Obstructing govt operations--Refusal to submit to arrest--Trespassing--Failure to appear
Wilson, Tyler W-26 Van Buren AR HOA for Crawford County

Intakes and Releases From: 5-11-18 Thru 5-12-18

Armstrong, Jessica L-37 Green Forest AR Domestic battery
Campbell, Frank P-47 Berryville AR Court appearance
Carter, Joshua M-35 Green Forest AR Court commitment
Davidson, Stacey L-34 Alpena AR Residential burglary--Breaking and entering--Theft of property
Doty, Derek K-20 Green Forest AR Failure to appear
Easter, Gregory D-38 Berryville AR Failure to pay
Guess, Jimmy D-50 Berryville AR Failure to appear--Failure to pay
Parker, Shawn T-44 Alpena AR Court commitment
Scott, Katrina A-40 Huntsville AR Failure to appear--Failure to pay

Intakes and Releases From: 5-10-18 Thru 5-11-18

Gill, Dawna Michelle-54 Eureka Springs AR Prior Felon Delivery of a controlled substance
Huffman, Kelly Nichole-28 Huntsville AR Misd Failure to appear--Failure to pay
Proffitt, Lisa Marie-42 Flippin AR Prior Felon Failure to appear

 

Intakes and Releases From: 5-8-18 Thru 5-9-18

Burr, Tiffanie Renae-28 Berryville AR Misd Violation of protection order--Contempt of court non-compliance
Morales, Christian Dakota-20 Green Forest AR Prior Felon Revocation of probation

Intakes and Releases From: 5-7-18 Thru 5-8-18

Anderson, Granville T-60 Holiday Island AR PCS--Possession of drug paraphernalia--Public intoxication--Open container
Black, Sarah A-35 Eureka Springs AR Criminal trespass--Violation of no contact order
Burdick, Hollie-38 Berryville AR Court commit
Gabrick, Justin-25 Huntsville AR Speeding--Driving on susp--No liab ins
Poyner, Raymond-18 Green Forest AR Theft of property--Shoplifting--Obstructing govt operations--Refusal to submit to arrest

Intakes and Releases From: 5-6-18 Thru 5-7-18

Belisle, Anthony Rae-34 Eureka Springs AR Prior Felon Contempt of court
Jabnil, Billson-31 Berryville AR Misd DWI--No DL--Careless/prohibited driving
Leeson, Kody Allen-33 Green Forest AR Prior Felon Failure to pay
Littrell, David Alan-53 Springdale AR Misd Court commitment
Loghry, Daniel Scott-32 Green Forest AR PC Violation of Arkansas Hot check law

Intakes and Releases From: 5-5-18 Thru 5-6-18

Birchfield, Charles Laverne-51 Fayetteville AR Prior Felon Failure to appear
Coffel, Ricky-26 Berryville AR Prior Felon Public intoxication
Comer, Ellsworth John Jr-50 Eureka Springs AR Prior Felon FTP
Leeson, Kody Allen-33 Green Forest AR Prior Felon FTP
Miller, Benjamin Nicholus-31 Berryville AR Misd Court commitment
Watt, Tasha Marie-34 Mt Judea AR Prior Felon Revocation

Intakes and Releases From: 5-3-18 Thru 5-4-18

Goodman, Tonya Sue-45 Beaver AR Prior Felon Court commit
Kerley, Kevin Christopher-27 Eureka Springs AR Prior Felon Theft of services--Dog at large

Intakes and Releases From: 5-1-18 Thru 5-2-18

Grout, Robert Paul-27 Green Forest AR Felony Possession of drug paraphernalia--Residential burglary--Theft of property
Mathis, Ashley Dawn-36 Eureka Springs AR Misd Court commitment 5 days
Pedraza, Joaquin Castillo-22 Green Forest AR Parole Violation 7 day hold
Pierce, Joshua-29 Little Rock AR Felony Parole warrant--Possession of controlled substance

Intakes and Releases From: 4-30-18 Thru 5-1-18

Baum, Christopher Edward-45 Green Forest AR Misd Terroristic threatening
Burdick, Hollie Anne-38 Berryville AR Misd Court commitment
Butler, Howard-40 Eureka Springs AR Misd Rape
Dewolf, Michaela Maria-29 Berryville AR Felony Possession of drug paraphernalia--Possession of Meth/Cocaine with purpose
Langston, Michael Lloyd-47 Springdale AR Prior Felon Driving on susp--Theft by receiving--HOA for Washington County
Palomo, Isai-26 Green Forest AR Prior Felon HOA for Newton County

Intakes and Releases From: 4-28-18 Thru 4-29-18

Miller, Benjamin Nicholus-31 Berryville AR Misd Court commitment
Smith, Ruby Ann-29 Holiday Island AR Prior Felon Court appearance
Snyder, Christopher Allan-46 Corning AR Prior Felon Possession of drug paraphernalia
Wortman, William Lee-46 Eureka Springs AR Prior Felon Violation of protection order--Assault on family/household member--Disorderly conduct--Harassment

Intakes and Releases From: 4-26-18 Thru 4-27-18

Cooper, Jesse-32 Green Forest AR Resisting arrest--interfering with law enforcement officer--communicating false alarm
Reagan, Benjamin-30 Lampe MO Obstruction of govt operations--Suspended DL
Stouten, Stacy-29 Eureka Springs AR Drug court violation

Intakes and Releases From: 4-25-18 Thru 4-26-18

Bonney, Brandi-40 Eureka Springs AR Felony Aggravated assault
Brown, Andrew James-32 Harrison AR Prior Felon HOA for Harrison PD
Cash, William Loyal-39 Columbia MO Prior Felon HOA for ADC
Cooper, Jesse Aaron-32 Green Forest AR Misd Resisting arrest
Ghandi, Dharmeshkumai-47 Berryville AR Felony Body attachment
McConnell, Gregory Kent-56 Harrison AR Prior Felon HOA for Harrison PD
McInturff, Susan Nicole-36 Harrison AR Prior Felon HOA
Polley, Barbara Jeanette-36 Huntsville AR Prior Felon FTA--Contempt of court/failure to comply--FTP

Intakes and Releases From: 4-24-18 Thru 4-25-18

Santilli, Matthew David-36 Green Forest AR Misd Public intoxication

Intakes and Releases From: 4-23-18 Thru 4-24-18

Bingaman, Kimberly Ann-31 Eureka Springs AR Prior Felon FTA--FTP--HOA for Madison County
Burdick, Hollie Anne-38 Berryville AR Misd 3 day court commitment
Phillips, Robert Harold-20 Berryville AR FTA
Santilli, Matthew D-36 Green Forest AR Misd Public intoxication
Swofford, Melissa Kay-41 Berryville AR PC Possession of drug paraphernalia--No proof liab ins--Defective equipment--Obstructing windshield--HOA--FTP
Travis, William Barrett-26 Berryville AR Misd Domestic battery--Interference with emergency communications--Endangering welfare of a minor

Intakes and Releases From: 4-22-18 Thru 4-23-18

Barnes, William Paul-44 Harrison AR Misd VAHCL
Brickey, Lee Allan-40 Berryville AR Prior Felon No proof liab ins--Domestic battery--Criminal mischief--Driving on susp--Unsafe vehicle--Obstructing a windshield--Expired registration--Endangering welfare of a minor
Heimer, James David-51 Green Forest AR Misd Domestic battery--Endangering welfare of a minor
Lacavera, Michael James-31 Eureka Springs AR Misd 5 days court commit
Potteet, Angel Marie-46 Eureka Springs AR Prior Felon Contempt of court/failure to do community service
Sisco, Troy B-81 Berryville AR Prior Felon DWI--Implied consent--Driving left of center
Tumbleson, Tracy-46 Green Forest AR Misd FTP on careless driving
Woolsey, Travis Wayne-27 St Joe AR Prior Felon Court appearance
Yates, Christopher C-42 Berryville AR Prior Felon Court appearance--FTA

Intakes and Releases From: 4-19-18 Thru 4-20-18

Dyer, Lannis Malik-45 Bentonville AR Misd FTA
Gates, Eric-23 Green Forest AR Misd Disorderly conduct
Kelley, Graffit Lemark Jr-19 Berryville AR Misd Terroristic threatening
Tidwell, Taylor James-19 Mountain View AR Prior Felon FTA--HOA for Stillwell OK
Ware, Alexia Keshaun-19 Berryville AR Misd Terroristic threatening

Intakes and Releases From: 4-18-18 Thru 4-19-18

Dunbar, Wendell-37 Berryville AR Felony HOA--Domestic battery
Johnson, Trampus Daniel-35 Eureka Springs AR Prior Felon FTA on public intoxication--FTP on domestic battery
Knapik, Josh Alan-41 Berryville AR Felony Violation of no contact order
McDonald, Stephanie Lynn-27 Berryville AR Misd FTA
Navismal, Randy Lee-34 Beaverton OR Prior Felon Public intoxication
Recinos, Alyssa Jade-26 Hot Springs AR Misd FTP--FTA

Intakes and Releases From: 4-16-18 Thru 4-17-18

Badley, Brian Paul-23 Green Forest AR Felony HOA for Greene County
Burdick, Hollie Anne-38 Berryville AR Misd Court commitment
Goings, Adrian Paul-34 Eureka Springs AR Prior Felon Court appearance
Leggett, Shasta Ann-45 Eureka Springs AR Misd FTA
Ross, Devon Mikel-26 Bentonville AR Misd Court commitment

Intakes and Releases From: 4-15-18 Thru 4-16-18

Escobar, Jose-21 Green Forest AR DWI--Driving on susp--No seat belt--HOA for Madison County
Graves, Nicholas-30 Green Forest AR FTA--FTP
Loriaux, David M-47 Eureka Springs AR FTA
Trujillo, Carla-34 Berryville AR Revocation

Intakes and Releases From: 4-14-18 Thru 4-15-18

Eickmann, Jeremy Keith-46 Lead Hill AR Prior Felon FTP, Failure to reinstate DL--HOA for Boone County
Krause, Karla Sue-50 Harrison AR Misd Theft of property--Possession of Meth
Miller, Benjamin Nicholus-31 Berryville AR Misd Court commitment
Pumphrey, Jeremy Michael-39 Holiday Island AR Prior Felon PCS--No proof liab ins--Driving on susp
Reagan, Pamela Dawn-31 Holiday Island AR Misd PCS--Possession of drug paraphernalia
Rollins, Dwayne Lowell-43 Berryville AR Prior Felon Assault on family/household member
Wiley, Gregory Glen-29 Berryville AR Prior Felon Revocation on possession of firearm, theft by receiving--Court appearance
Young, Nathaniel Charles-27 Green Forest AR Misd Court commitment

Intakes and Releases From: 4-13-18 Thru 4-14-18

Armer, Jeffery Keith-38 Green Forest AR Sex Offender White warrant parole--Failure to register as sex offender
Carpio, Jose-34 Berryville AR Misd Driving on susp due to DWI--DWI--Driving left of center--FTP registration fee--Careless/prohibited driving--No liab ins--Open container
Eickmann, Jeremy-46 Lead Hill AR Prior Felon Failure to reinstate DL--HOA for Boone County
Littrell, David Alan-53 Springdale AR Commitment Court commitment
Palos, David Springdale AR Prior Felon HOA for Madison County

Intakes and Releases From: 4-12-18 Thru 4-13-18

Black, Sarah Anne-35 Eureka Springs AR Misd Criminal trespass
Potteet, Angel Marie-46 Eureka Springs AR Prior Felon Driving on susp
Wortman, William Lee-46 Eureka Springs AR Prior Felon Violation of protection order

Intakes and Releases From: 4-11-18 Thru 4-12-18

Carrico, Michelle-35 Berryville AR FTA
Coffel, Ricky-26 Berryville AR FTA
Jester, Heather M-40 Green Forest AR Revocation of suspension
Pineda-Caceres, Roberto-29 Springdale AR FTA--FTP
Razer, Stephen-18 Harrison AR VAHCL
Robinson, Jerry O-46 Green Forest AR FTP
Veach, Cody-33 Berryville AR Child support

Intakes and Releases From: 4-10-18 Thru 4-11-18

Cantrell, Kambra Luann-37 Urbanette AR Misd FTA
Kile, Nathan Gene-38 Berryville AR Misd Court commitment

Intakes and Releases From: 4-9-18 Thru 4-10-18

Burdick, Hollie Anne-38 Berryville AR Misd Court commitment
Delgado, Francis Leeann-28 Berryville AR Prior Felon Hold for probation & parole
Edwards, Jessie Legrant-35 Shell Knob MO Misd FTA
Hart, Justin Paul-28 Berryville AR Misd Court commitment
Kile, Nathan Gene-38 Berryville AR Misd Court commitment
Mendez, Victor Manuel-27 Berryville AR Prior Felon FTA
Payne, Alexander Roy-29 Eureka Springs AR Felony Failure to comply with terms of probation--FTA on PCS, possession of drug paraphernalia
Schuh, Marvin Maxwell-51 Harrison AR Misd Domestic battery--Terroristic threatening
Villines, Jesse Thomas-44 Green Forest AR Prior Felon FTA on PCS

Intakes and Releases From: 4-8-18 Thru 4-9-18

Alexander, Staci-34 Stilwell OK Misd Public intoxication
Alexander, Tyler Daniel-35 Stilwell OK Misd Public intoxication
Bay, Zachary Michael-25 Willard MO Misd Driving on susp due to DWI--Failure to dim headlights
Bokbwij, Lino-28 Springdale AR Misd FTA
Casper, Lauren Gay-37 Cary NC Prior Felon Revocation of probation
Coy, Joel David-24 Berryville AR Misd FTA--FTP
Henderson, Amanda Ellen-34 Green Forest AR Misd FTA--FTP--Contempt of court--Driving on susp/revoked license--Fictitious vehicle license--No proof ins--Possession of controlled substance--HOA for Washington County
Ragland, Courtney Faith-22 Mountain Home AR Felony Speeding 70/55--HOA for Mountain Home PD--Absconder warrant
Yeakley, Omar Lee-33 Green Forest AR Prior Felon Contempt of court/failure to do community service--FTP on obstruction of govt operations/disorderly conduct

Intakes and Releases From: 4-7-18 Thru 4-8-18

Carter, Joshua-35 Green Forest AR Court commitment
Faught, Bradley-37 Berryville AR Court commitment
Getman, Melissa-34 Berryville AR Court commitment
Hagar, Travis-35 Lake City Rape--Endangering walfare of a minor
Hansen, Derek-32 Oak Grove AR Court commitment
Keeter, Marietta-28 Green Forest AR Possession of drug paraphernalia--Open container
Neisler, Katherine-26 Lake City Accomplice to rape--Rape--Endangering welfare of a minor
Young, Nathaniel-27 Green Forest AR Court commitment

Intakes and Releases From: 4-6-18 Thru 4-7-18

Burr, Tiffanie-27 Berryville AR Domestic battery
Campbell, Justin-32 Berryville AR Driving on susp--Fictitious vehicle tag--Failure to yield
Cline, Thomas B-34 Huntsville AR HOA
Coy, David-49 Bella Vista AR Body atttachment
Graves, Nicholas-30 Green Forest AR Possession of drug paraphernalia--Driving on susp--Open container
Norman, Dustin W Fayetteville AR Court commitment
Reed, John B-24 Huntsville AR FTA

Intakes and Releases From: 4-5-18 Thru 4-6-18

Ascencio, Abimael-29 Berryville AR Prior Felon FTA
Black, Sarah Anne-35 Eureka Springs AR Misd Theft of property
Slay, Shane Martin-38 Eureka Springs  AR Prior Felon Court commit to RCF

Intakes and Releases From: 4-3-18 Thru 4-4-18

Brickey, Lee Allan-40 Berryville AR Misd FTP on DWI, careless driving
Goodwin, Stephanie-36 Eureka Springs AR Felony Revocation of susp/probation
Repass, Calvin Dale-47 Fayetteville AR Prior Felon Domestic battery--Terroristic threatening
Thompson, Donald David-36 Green Forest AR Prior Felon White warrant
Tomlinson, Benjamin C-33 Green Forest AR Misd Assault--Disorderly conduct--Public intoxication

Intakes and Releases From: 4-2-18 Thru 4-3-18

Blackbear, Jayln-19 Berryville AR Shoplifting
Burdick, Hollie-38 Berryville AR Court commitment
Coyle, Jeremy W-37 Prairie Grove AR 120 day court commitment
Harat, Justin P-28 Berryville AR 3 day court commitment
Hudson, Joe A-26 Berryville AR Drug court violation
Reinstra, April M-35 Green Forest AR Endangering welfare of minor--Domestic battery
Stiles, Brad J-31 Macon GA FTA
Tomlinson, Benjamin C-33 Green Forest AR Assault--Disorderly conduct--Public intoxication
Trujillo, Carla N-34 Berryville AR Endangering welfare of a minor--Assault

Intakes and Releases From: 4-1-18 Thru 4-2-18

Baum, Evelin Rosana-38 Green Forest AR Prior Felon Court commit
Conner, Teresa Lynn-40 Harrison AR Prior Felon FTA on forgery, theft of property
Moppin, James Andrew-26 Berryville AR Misd Contempt of court
Sisemore, Cannon C-38 Hindsville AR Prior Felon Driving on susp license--DWI--HOA for Madison County
Thompson, Shaylen Lane-25 Eureka Springs AR Misd Public intoxication

Intakes and Releases From: 3-30-18 Thru 3-31-18

Carter, Joshua M-35 Green Forest AR Court commitment
Harp, James R-33 Berryville AR Possession of drug paraphernalia--Improper passing
May, Jason-35 Berryville AR Court commitment
McElroy, Michael B-22 Fayetteville AR Theft of property--Breaking or entering--Criminal trespass--HOA for Boone County
McMillen, Floyd-36 Eureka Springs AR Violation of drug court
Penney, Rebekah A-41 Eureka Springs AR FTP--PCS
Redfield, Edward C-29 Harrison AR HOA for Boone County
Sales, Shyanna-23 Lead Hill AR No DL--Possession of drug paraphernalia--PCS
Slay, Shane M-38 Eureka Springs AR Drug court violation--HOA for probation/parole

Intakes and Releases From: 3-29-18 Thru 3-30-18

Barnes, Tommy J-35 ADC Aggravated assault--Obstructing govt operations--Interfering with emergency communications
Lambert, Joseph D-32 West Fork AR Resisting arrest--No vehicle license--No insurance--HOA for Washington County

Intakes and Releases From: 3-28-18 Thru 3-29-18

Bouyear, Susan F-35 Golden MO Driving on susp--DWI--FTA--No proof ins
Farias, Fernando-29 Rogers AR Court commitment
Lambert, Joseph D-32 West Fork N/A
Malotte, George-41 Berryville AR Revocation--Hold for Harrison PD

Intakes and Releases From: 3-27-18 Thru 3-28-18

Anderson, Michael Kale-20 Berryville AR Misd No drivers license--No seat belt--No liab ins--Reckless driving
Capetillo, Brenda Lee-45 Siloam Springs AR Misd FTA
Dorsey, Nicole-33 Green Forest AR Felony Revocation
Drizner, Maxwell Thomas-20 Holiday Island AR Misd Criminal mischief
Strandberg, Robert Burton-41 Eureka Springs AR Prior Felon FTP

Intakes and Releases From: 3-23-18 Thru 3-24-18

May, Jason Kenneth-35 Berryville AR Misd Court commit
Pallasch, Jonathan James-27 Green Forest AR Prior Felon FTP
Penney, John Clinton-62 Eureka Springs AR Misd Possession of firearms by certain persons--Possession of drug paraphernalia--Failure to yield--Driving on susp/revoked license
Pinkerton, Jeffrey Maxwell-38 Kansas City MO Misd DWI--Refusal to submit--Careless driving

Intakes and Releases From: 3-21-18 Thru 3-22-18

Choate, Jeffery L-32 Harrison AR HOA HOA for Boone County
Howard, Shannon Jasper-19 Green Forest AR Misd FTA on possession of drug paraphernalia
Jackson, Holly Lynn-25 Berryville AR Misd FTA--PCS--Obstruction of govt operations
Ovalle-Solares, Luis-19 Green Forest AR Felony Nonfinancial identity fraud--Forgery
Rivett, Dustin Dean-32 Berryville AR Prior Felon FTP on driving on susp/illegal window tint

Intakes and Releases From: 3-20-18 Thru 3-21-18

Gutierrez, Devin-19 Berryville AR Domestic battery--Endangering welfare of a minor
Jackson, Holly Berryville AR FTA--Possession of controlled substance
Johnson, Guy-53 Green Forest AR Violation of no contact order
Lokiar, Alex-35 Springdale AR FTP
Lolet, Laina-45 Paragould AR FTA--FTP--bond surrender
Say, Nay-22 Green Forest AR Arson--Aggravated assault
Shaw, Jeremy T-31 Berryville AR PCS--Possession of drug paraphernalia
South, Darrell Jr-38 Midland AR Act 309 prison trustee
Waggoner, Rusty-47 Green Forest AR FTP
Williams, Ronald D-71 Berryville AR Involuntary commitment

Intakes and Releases From: 3-19-18 Thru 3-20-18

Allen, Patricia-45 Eureka Springs AR Misd Public intoxication
Bernhardt, Stephanie ANn-33 Harrison AR Misd Possession of drug paraphernalia--Refusal to submit
Burdick, Hollie Anne-38 Berryville AR Misd Court commitment
Conner, Terri Lynn-40 Harrison AR Prior Felon Court commitment
Leftwich, Jason Daniel-38 Huntsville AR Prior Felon FTA--FTP
McElhaney, Arvin Wayne-34 Kingston AR Prior Felon Body attachment
Seyler, Brandon-35 Eagle Rock AR Public intoxication
Sisco, Troy B-81 Berryville AR Misd Disorderly conduct--HOA for Saline County
Skelton, Barbara Ann-42 Kansas City MO Misd Public intoxication

Intakes and Releases From: 3-18-18 Thru 3-19-18

Campbell, Frank P-47 Berryville AR Court appearance
Pattison, Gregory A-30 Alpena AR Battery
Waterman, Brandon-32 Huntsville AR FTA--FTP
Williams, Ronald D-71 Berryville AR Disorderly conduct
Woolsey, Travis-27 St Joe AR FTA

Intakes and Releases From: 3-17-18 Thru 3-18-18

Parks, Kimberly-43 Berryville AR Felony Aggravated assault
Reddick, Olivia Lynn-21 Niles MI Misd FTP on drinking in public
Stogsdill, James Todd-47 Berryville AR Misd Driving on susp due to DWI
Yarberry, Renae-37 Berryville AR Misd PCS--Possession of drug paraphernalia
Yates, Emily Anne-24 Berryville AR Misd HOA for Madison County--FTA on contempt of court

Intakes and Releases From: 3-16-18 Thru 3-17-18

Burket, Jack William-28 Berryville AR Misd FTP--FTA
Gonzales, Laura Morin-49 Fayetteville AR Misd FTA
Hargus, Jimmie-65 Berryville AR Misd Court commitment
Hensley, Jerry S-45 Green Forest AR Misd Court commitment
Marrujo, Anthony-33 Berryville AR Misd Residential burglary--Criminal mischief--Interference with emergency communications
Martinez, Alberto-25 Homeless Felony FTA on PCS--PCS--Possession of drug paraphernalia--No drivers license--No child restraints
McMillan, Floyd Lee-36 Eureka Springs AR Prior Felon Court commitment
Pumphrey, Jeremy Michael-39 Eureka Springs AR Prior Felon FTA
Tate, Alan Edward-51 Berryville AR Misd Public intoxication--FTA

Intakes and Releases From: 3-15-18 Thru 3-16-18

Emmons, Cory Adam-27 Branson MO Prior Felon FTP--HOA for Washington County
Kile, Nathan Gene-38 Berryville AR Misd Court commitment
Tate, Alan Edward-51 Eureka Springs AR Misd Public intoxication

Intakes and Releases From: 3-14-18 Thru 3-15-18

Birchfield, Samuel James-26 Greenbriar AR Prior Felon FTP
McCarley, Bruce Dewayne-49 Aurora CO Prior Felon FTA--FTP
Poyner, Raymond Eugene-18 Berryville AR Felony Reckless burning
Rector, Aaron Anthony-21 Berryville AR Prior Felon Contempt of court--FTP
Warren, Ryan Leigh Ann-20 Green Forest AR Misd Possession of a controlled substance

Intakes and Releases From: 3-13-18 Thru 3-14-18

Burdick, Hollie-38 Berryville AR Court commit
Hasenbalg, Jessica R-29 Eureka Springs AR Aggravated assault on family/household member--Endangering welfare of minor, fleeing
Holland, Jackson J-23 Arson--FTA--FTP
Kaminaga, Johathan-31 Berryville AR DWI--Driving on susp--Careless/prohibited driving--No seat belt--No proof ins--Obstruction of govt operations
Lee, Misty D-40 Hindsville AR Court commitment
Lively, Darin W-54 Kingston AR Body attachment for child support
Mattingly, Melissa S-42 Everton AR FTA
Mattingley, Zant T-32 Everton AR FTA
Murray, Barbara L-63 Eureka Springs AR Hold for RPF
Pedraza-Torres, Jose-20 Berryville AR Revocation hearing

Intakes and Releases From: 3-11-18 Thru 3-12-18

Griffith, David James-38 Green Forest AR Prior Felon FTP
Kuffel-Batke, Ellen Mari-64 Cushing MN Misd DWI--Implied consent--Careless driving/speeding

Intakes and Releases From: 3-10-18 Thru 3-11-18

Anderson, Larry D-30 Alpena AR PCS--Possession of drug paraphernalia--Obstruction of govt operations
Nelson, Malcolm-30 Berryville AR HOA--No drivers license
Plumlee, Megan-26 Berryville AR Possession--Improper passing
Sims, Dusty J-30 Alpena AR Defrauding secured creditors
Williams, Christine-55 Hindsville AR Public intoxication

Intakes and Releases From: 3-9-18 Thru 3-10-18

Howard, Mark-44 Berryville AR FTP
Lutttrell, David-40 Berryville AR FTP--FTA--Driving on susp
Webster, Richard-29 Green Forest AR FTA

Intakes and Releases From: 3-8-18 Thru 3-9-18

Badley, Brian P-23 Green Forest AR HOA
Choate, Joshua D-32 Harrison AR Driving on susp
Snow, Brian K-28 Berryville AR FTA--FTP

Intakes and Releases From: 3-6-18 Thru 3-7-18

Corado, Dina Eunice-29 Green Forest AR Misd FTP
Graves, Nicholas Shane-29 Green Forest AR Felony Aggravated assault
Risingsun, Andrew N-29 Green Forest AR Prior Felon Revocation--FTP--Desecration of burial grounds--Criminal mischief
Tucker, Lynda Denise-42 Harrison AR Prior Felon Act 570

Intakes and Releases From: 3-5-18 Thru 3-6-18

Burdick, Hollie-38 Berryville AR Court commitment
Daniel, Shalotta-38 Oak Grove AR FTP
Wallace, Christina Shea-29 Eureka Springs AR Failure to appear

Intakes and Releases From: 3-4-18 Thru 3-5-18

Anderson, Jordan Tylor-27 Berryville AR Misd Driving on susp due to DWI--Possession of a controlled substance--Possession of drug paraphernalia
Floyd, Christopher Lee-41 Tecumseh OK Prior Felon FTA on possession of drug paraphernalia--FTA--FTP--HOA for McIntosh County OK
Klinefelter, Nathan Daniel-30 Seligman MO Prior Felon Failure to register vehicle, expired tags--No liab ins--Leaving scene of accident involving property damage--Driving on susp license--Fictitious tags--Careless/prohibited driving
Serna, Felipe Gonzalez-37 Berryville AR Prior Felon FTA

Intakes and Releases From: 3-3-18 Thru 3-4-18

Bunch, Buddy Ray III-46 Aurora MO Prior Felon Contributing to deliquency of a minor--Endangering welfare of a minor--Criminal trespass--HOA for Boone County
Comer, Ellsworth John III-22 Eureka Springs AR Prior Felon Failed community service
Howard, William Garrett-24 Fayetteville AR Felony Revocation on fleeing, no ins, DWI, possession of drug--HOA for Washington County
Robinson, Jerry Oliver-46 Green Forest AR Prior Felon FTP on public intoxication, DWI, Possession of drug paraphernalia

Intakes and Releases From: 3-2-18 Thru 3-3-18

Blevins, Nicholas Lynn-27 Golden MO Contempt--Failure to comply w/commitment order
Ford, William Beverly-48 Berryville AR PC Domestic assault
Hughes, Ryan Joseph-23 Huntsville AR Misd 10 day court commitment
Jones, David Wayne-51 Berryville AR Misd HOA for Boone County
Keeter, Craig Alexander-36 Centerton AR Misd FTA on spotlight/unsightly yard ord
Pedraza-Torres, Jose A-20 Berryville AR Prior Felon Aggravated assault--False imprisonment--Conduct constituting attempted sexual assault--Contributing to minor--Fleeing--Resisting arreat--Endangering welfare of a minor
Schur, Michael Arthur-30 Berryville AR Prior Felon Arkansas State Trustee

Intakes and Releases From: 2-28-18 Thru 3-1-18

Morgan, William G-39 Eureka Springs AR Terroristic threatening--Aggravated assault on family/household member
Richardson, James L-37 Berryville AR HOA for Boone County

Intakes and Releases From: 2-27-18 Thru 2-28-18

Alberson, William-37 Eureka Springs AR Misd Assault on family/household member
Johnson, Guy Wesley-53 Green Forest AR Prior Felon Aggravated assault on family/household member
Roberts, Corey Jay-31 Harrison AR Felony Drug court violation
Vanwinsen, Cynthia Dawn-29 Berryville AR Misd FTP

Intakes and Releases From: 2-26-18 Thru 2-27-18

Burdick, Hollie-38 Berryville AR N/A
Eads, Jeanna-22 Alopena AR Revocation
Fitzhugh, Alan Jr-31 Harrison AR HOA--FTA

Intakes and Releases From: 2-25-18 Thru 2-26-18

Long, Jeffery Russell-46 Lampe MO Misd FTP--FTA--Comtempt of court

Intakes and Releases From: 2-23-18 Thru 2-24-18

Cates, Daniel Douglas-30 Bella Vista AR Prior Felon FTA
Headings, Joseph Eladio-28 Green Forest AR Prior Felon Possession of drug paraphernalia
Laibwij, Davidson-28 Berryville AR Misd Driving on susp due to DWI--No proof ins--FTP
Mayes, Jack Cody-32 Berryville AR Felony Body attachment for child support--Residential burglary--Theft of property
Morrell, Joshua Tyler-21 Berryville AR Prior Felon FTP--Possession of drug paraphernalia--Revocation on FTA
Sieg, Dakota Aaron-24 Rogers AR Misd FTA
Stidham, Kenneth S-46 Berryville AR Misd Court commitment
Toring, Ginger-21 Green Forest AR Misd Court commitment

Intakes and Releases From: 2-22-18 Thru 2-23-18

Cates, Daniel-30 Bella Vista AR FTA
Gage, Douglas-24 Berryville AR FTA
Knapik, Josh-41 Berryville AR Violation of no contact order
Morrell, Joshua-21 Berryville AR FTP--Possession of drug paraphernalia
Robinson, Christian-43 Dardanelle AR HOA for ADC
Scarborough, Patrick J-27 Harrison AR FTP
Sieg, Dakota-24 Rogers AR FTA
Surface, Savannah-33 Green Forest AR HOA for Boone County

Intakes and Releases From: 2-21-18 Thru 2-22-18

Breedlove, Kristopher L-37 Gentry AR Court appearance
Duncan, Devin L-32 Eureka Springs AR Terroristic threatening--Domestic battery
Gregory, Sara-30 Harrison AR Court appearance
Hatfield, Justin E-25 Grove OK Harassing communications--Violation of protection order--Tampering
Hughes, Patricia L-27 Green Forest AR HOA for Boone County
McMeen, Kevin C-51 Eureka Springs AR Court commitment
Smith, Steven W-47 Harrison AR HOA for Boone County

Intakes and Releases From: 2-20-18 Thru 2-21-18

Vidal, Milton-39 Berryville AR Felony Rape--Aggravated assault on family/household member

Intakes and Releases From: 2-19-18 Thru 2-20-18

Blackbear, Jayln James-19 Berryville AR Misd Shoplifting
Burdick, Hollie Ann-38 Berryville AR Misd Court commitment
Heimer, Dustin Ray-34 Oak Grove AR Felony Domestic battery--Endangering welfare of a minor
Hernandez Fabia, Rodolfo-48 Batesville AR Misd No drivers license--Failure to yield to emergency vehicle
Hernandez Amado, Jesus-25 Batesville AR Misd No drivers license--Defective equipment
Lane, David Alvin-20 Compton AR Misd Carrying a knife as a weapon
McMorrow, Alan Hanley-35 Eureka Springs AR Misd Driving on susp--No trailer lights--Domestic battery--FTP fines-contempt
Parker, Wayne M-28 Lead Hill AR Misd Driving on susp

Intakes and Releases From: 2-18-18 Thru 2-19-18

Merrell, Jason Matthew-31 Rogers AR Misd DWI--Refusal to submit to chemical test--Open container--Driving left of center--Careless/prohibited driving

Intakes and Releases From: 2-16-18 Thru 2-17-18

Bailey, Adam-21 Eureka Springs AR Prior felon Commercial burglary--Theft--Theft by receiving--Tampering with physical evidence--Attempted commercial burglary--Revocation of suspended sentence or probation--Hold for Barry County--FTA on no insurance/fictitious vehicle license
Gonzalez, Edward-28 Alpena AR Prior Felon FTP--Contempt of court
Hansen, Derek, Lester-32 Oak Grove AR Prior Felon Driving on susp--No seat belt--Operation of vehicle without license plate--No child restraints--No proof liab ins--Obstructing driver view/driving mech
Helm, Jason Hartley-32 Goshen MO Prior Felon Absconder warrant
Hosman, Grant Allen-23 Alpena AR Misd Driving left of center--Disorderly conduct
Howell, Gayla Beth-50 Bergman AR Misd FTP--Contempt of court

Intakes and Releases From: 2-14-18 Thru 2-15-18

Gatlin, Julia Nicole-19 Green Forest AR Felony Revocation on residential burglary--Obstructing govt operations--Fleeing--Escape--FTA--FTP
Smith, Jason Paul-39 Green Forest AR Prior Felon Aggravated robbery--Aggravated assault

Intakes and Releases From: 2-13-18 Thru 2-14-18

Sears, Jason M-46 Green Forest AR FTA--HOA for Washington County

Intakes and Releases From: 2-12-18 Thru 2-13-18

Burdick, Hollie A-38 Berryville AR Court commitment
Holmes, Guy D-51 Eureka Springs AR FTP--FTA
Penate-Ramos, Ricardo-36 Berryville AR DWI--Careless/prohibited driving--No drivers license--No proof liab ins

Intakes and Releases From: 2-9-18 Thru 2-10-18

Davis, Brett Lee-34 Green Forest AR Aggravated assault on family/household member
Johnson, Brandi Michelle-36 Eureka Springs AR Prior Felon Drivers license suspended--FTA
Kerwock, Scott B-50 Huntsville AR Prior Felon Failure to register as a sex offender
Laibwij, Emilina-21 Berryville AR Misd FTA
Seitz, Rickey Don-54 Berryville AR Misd DWI--Driving on susp due to DWI

Intakes and Releases From: 2-8-18 Thru 2-9-18

Achenbach, Stanley Richard-70 Eureka Springs AR N/A
Fuselier, Sheryl Danielle-29 Harrison AR Prior Felon FTA on resisting arrest
Kurczek, Jason Matthew-37 Berryville AR Prior Felon Driving on susp--Body attachment--Contempt of court
Mathis, Jackie Ray-54 Alpena AR Prior Felon FTP time pay
Richard, James Clifford-53 Green Forest AR Prior Felon Revocation
Tate, Alan Edward-51 Berryville AR Prior Felon Disorderly conduct--Public intoxication

Intakes and Releases From: 2-6-18 Thru 2-7-18

Albarran, Jamie Michelle-33 Green Forest AR PC FTA--Breaking or entering--Theft
Davis, Dean Aaron-36 St Petersburg FL Sentenced Court commitment
Holman, Roy Glenn-26 Berryville AR Prior Felon FTP on possession of drug paraphernalia
Stover, Isaac Eugene-46 Berryville AR Prior Felon Domestic assault

Intakes and Releases From: 2-5-18 Thru 2-6-18

Burdick, Hollie A-38 Berryville AR Court commitment
Butler, James B-56 Harrison AR Driving on susp--No vehicle license--No proof liab ins
Foster, Jesse L-26 Berryville AR Court commitment
Lepe-Guevar, Karina-23 Berryville AR Non-financial identity fraud
Loriaux, David M-46 Berryville AR FTC with terms of probation
Martin, Christian R-34 Berryville AR PCS--Refusal to submit to arrest--Defective equipment
Phillips, David S-27 Green Forest AR Violation of protection order
Thompson, Donald D-36 Green Forest AR Revocation
Yates, Travis W-20 Berryville AR Court commitment

Intakes and Releases From: 2-4-18 Thru 2-5-18

Deshields, Brooklyn S-21 Eureka Springs AR DWI
Garska, Tyler S-21 Green Forest AR FTA--HOA for Benton County
Miller, Benjamin N-30 Berryville AR DWI--Driving on susp--Speeding--Driving left of center

Intakes and Releases From: 2-1-18 Thru 2-2-18

Hood, John W Sr-37 Green Forest AR Prior Felon Revocation
McClelland, Jensen Johnfay-30 Eureka Springs AR Misd Speeding--Careless & prohibited driving
Pierce, Katlyn Ranee-22 Eureka Springs AR Misd FTP--Minor in possession
Richard, James Clifford-53 Green Forest AR Prior Felon Revocation
Laughlin, Johnny L-23 Huntsville AR Possession with intent--Possession of drug paraphernalia
Riddle, Cameron C-21 Witter AR PCS (meth/cocaine) with purpose--No drivers license--Speeding--Possession of drug paraphernalia--Fictitious vehicle license--No proof liab ins

Intakes and Releases From: 1-30-18 Thru 1-31-18

Graves, Waylon Daniel-31 Fayetteville AR Misd FTP--Contempt of court

Intakes and Releases From: 1-29-18 Thru 1-30-18

Burdick, Hollie Anne-38 Berryville AR Misd 3 day court commitment
Dellaguardia, Jamila Khari-32 Fayetteville AR Prior Felon FTA on PCS
Knapik, Josh Alan-41 Berryville AR Misd Domestic battery--Endangering welfare of a minor
Lamonte, John James-45 Sedona AZ Prior Felon FTA
Mahaffey, Jezreel Dawn-42 Green Forest AR Misd Public intoxication
Scheevel, Judith Carol-55 Eureka Springs ar Misd Domestic battery
Thompson, Donald David-36 Green Forest AR Felony Possession of drug paraphernalia--PCS--Possession of instrument of crime
Turner, Quenton Glenn-19 Berryville AR Misd PCS

Intakes and Releases From: 1-28-18 Thru 1-29-18

Doty, Judith Gaye-60 Oak Grove AR N/A Aggravated assault on family/household member
Jones, Robert Milton III-20 Huntsville AR Misd FTA
Lidle, Darcy Jane-39 Holiday Island AR Misd Public intoxication
Rich, Danny Eugene-20 Berryville AR Misd Court commitment
Warren, James Warren-39 Berryville AR Misd HOA for Newton County

Intakes and Releases From: 1-27-18 Thru 1-28-18

Ball, Kaleigh B-18 Siloam Springs AR Felony Controlled substance fraululent practice
Carpenter, Troy Lee-39 Little Rock AR Prior Felon Possession of a controlled substance
Dreifke, Dustin Ty-29 Green Forest AR N/A HOA for Harrison PD
Faucher, Larry Dale-50 Omaha AR Prior Felon Possession of a controlled substance
Langston, Michael L-47 Springdale AR Prior Felon Unauthorized use of a vehicle
Marcil, Louis Marcel IV-18 Green Forest AR Misd Possession of controlled substance--Possession of drug paraphernalia--Driving left of center
Parton, David Allen-36 Harrison AR Misd FTA
Selvera, Jamie Antonio-41 Rogers AR Misd FTA
Williams, Aaron Damon-32 Prior Felon Lampe MO FTA

Intakes and Releases From: 1-26-18 Thru 1-27-18

Bajo, Andrew-35 Springdale AR Felony Revocation on terroristic threatening
Barger, Nathan-38 Scranton AR Commitment Court commitment
Birchfield, Charles Laverne-51 Fayetteville AR Prior Felon FTA
Dorsey, Nicole-33 Berryville AR Prior Felon Court commitment
Hult, Lynnea Marie-39 Arnold MO Felony Revoked suspended sentence
Icenogle, James-31 Anderson MO Prior Felon White warrant
Ramirez, Andrew Javier-21 Harrison AR Misd Contempt of court--FTP

Intakes and Releases From: 1-25-18 Thru 1-26-18

Puente, Lamonica Ann-29 Berryville AR Misd Shoplifting--FTA

Intakes and Releases From: 1-24-18 Thru 1-25-18

Brindley, Ian Matthew-36 Green Forest AR Misd FTP
Doyle, Thomas Raymond-39 Berryville AR Prior Felon FTP
Holland, Jackson Junior-23 Mt Home AR Misd Public intoxication--Disorderly conduct
Johnson, Bryan Douglas-50 Green Forest AR Misd Public intoxication
Vaquera, Osvaldo-22 Eureka Springs AR Prior Felon DWI with accident--Fleeing--Driving on susp-Refusal to submit to test--Hold for ICE

Intakes and Releases From: 1-23-18 Thru 1-24-18

McCarley, Michael Leon-50 Seligman MO Prior Felon Warrant/Comtempt of court
Smith, Eugene-50 Lampe MO Prior Felon Public intoxication
Walker, Heather Nicole-28 Berryville AR Commitment Court commitment

Intakes and Releases From: 1-22-18 Thru 1-23-18

Bertone, Jason D-44 Berryville AR FTA
Billingsly, Jospeh T-29 Palm Coast FL Criminal mischief--Assault on family/household member
Burdick, Hollie-38 Berryville AR Court commitment
Cates, Daniel D-30 Bella Vista AR Theft by receiving--HOA--Hindering apprehension or prosecution--Obstructing govt operations
Collins, Cassie-33 Harrison AR FTA
Herrera-DeLeon, Juan A-22 Green Forest AR Domestic battery--PCS
Nelson, Thomas D-56 Rogers AR Obstructing govt operations--Hindering apprehension or prosecution
Smith, Ruby A-28 Holiday Island AR Theft--Obstruction of govt operations--Hindering apprehension or prosecution

Intakes and Releases From: 1-21-18 Thru 1-22-18

Cooper, Jesse A-32 Quling MO HOA for Madison County--FTP
Johnson, Steven N-30 Eureka Springs AR FTP
Leeson, Kody A-33 Green Forest AR Court commitment
Polley, Barbara J-36 Berryville AR Contempt--HOA for Madison County
Tracy, Tanya J-39 Berryville AR DWI--Careless & prohibited driving--Implied consent--No tail light

Intakes and Releases From: 1-20-18 Thru 1-21-18

Goodman, Tonya S-44 Eureka Springs AR Driving on susp/revoked license
Phillips, William C-20 Berryville AR Revocation on theft of property
Robinson, Michael L-24 Kingston AR DWI--Defective equipment--No seat belt--Careless & prohibited driving--Driving left of center
Sorcearelli, Dusti J-37 Berryville AR PCS with intent to deliver--Possession of drug paraphernalia

Intakes and Releases From: 1-18-18 Thru 1-19-18

Beck, Jonathan _27 Green Forest AR Contempt of court
Britnell, Tracy-38 Homeless FTA--Driving on susp--Failure to pay registration
Martin, Dustin-22 Fayetteville AR Burglary--Theft--Breaking or entering
Phillips, Robert H-19 Berryville AR FTA
Pointer, Bryan-24 Berryville AR Shoplifting
Ward, Frankie-27 Blue Eye MO Shoplifting

Intakes and Releases From: 1-17-18 Thru 1-18-18

Garcia, Noel-22 Springdale AR FTA--HOA for Washington County
Lawless, Raven-31 Berryville AR FTP
Stielow, Lara-35 Holiday Island AR Criminal mischief--Disorderly conduct

Intakes and Releases From: 1-16-18 Thru 1-17-18

Bartle, Krystal Noel-47 Oak Grove AR Misd FTA
Leggett, Shasta Ann-44 Eureka Springs AR Misd FTP--Court commit for failure to comply
Potteet, Angel Marie-45 Eureka Springs AR Prior Felon FTA
Rivas-Vidal, Walter Ali-43 Harrison AR Misd No DL
Sauer, Christopher D-30 Rogers AR Misd HOA for Benton County--DL susp due to DWI--Fictitious vehicle reg/lic-No liab ins--Reckless driving--Obstructed windshield
Weatherford, Benny Lane-35 Holiday Island AR Felony Domestic battery--Interfering with emergency communications--Aggravated assault on family member

Intakes and Releases From: 1-15-18 Thru 1-16-18

Arnold, Terry Joe-34 Rogers AR Misd HOA for Madison County
Blevins, Lonnie Dale-22 Lampe MO Misd Driving on susp/revoked license--Careless & prohibited driving--No proof liab ins
Burdick, Hollie Anne-38 Berryville AR Misd Court commit
Duncan, Devin Lee-32 Eureka Springs AR Prior Felon FTA--Drug paraphernalia--Prohibited weapon

Intakes and Releases From: 1-14-18 Thru 1-15-18

Armentrout, Jesse Lee-38 Blue Eye MO Misd FTA
Culling, Michael Eugene-29 Berryville AR Misd Driving on susp/revoked license--No proof liab ins--FTP
Keys, Brittany Alison-28 Green Forest AR Misd Warrant BVCO--Possession of drug paraphernalia
Ledel, John Ross-51 Harrison AR Prior Felon HOA for Harrison PD
Randall, Rex Laramie-38 Huntsville AR Prior Felon Driving on susp/revoked license
Smithson, Ricky Jay-49 Norfork AR Prior Felon Driving on susp/revoked license

Intakes and Releases From: 1-12-18 Thru 1-13-18

Blackston, Austin Hunter-21 Green Forest AR Misd Revocation of suspended sentence--FTP
Faught, Bradley Eugene-36 Berryville AR Prior Felon Driving on susp--HOA for Pea Ridge
Jones, Michael Allen-29 Green Forest AR Misd PCS-(marijuana)--Possession of drug paraphernalia--Possession of instrument of crime--No seat belt--Possession of schedule IV/V with purpose
Lestage, Jesse Steven-41 Berryville AR Prior Felon Revocation of suspended sentence/probation
Mabry, Melanie Shea-36 Eureka Springs AR Misd DWI--Leaving scene of accident with property damage
May, Jason Kenneth-35 Berryville AR Misd 2 day court commit
Wilson, Jonathan Earl-38 Jonesboro AR Prior Felon Court appearance

Intakes and Releases From: 1-11-18 Thru 1-12-18

Britt, Luke Kaleb-18 Berryville AR Felony Breaking or entering--Theft of property
Carpenter, Dillion James-26 Green Forest AR Felony Possession of drug paraphernalia--Possession--Tampering with physical evidence
Hughes, Patricia L-27 Green Forest AR Misd Driving on susp

Intakes and Releases From: 1-10-18 Thru 1-11-18

Albarran, Jamie Michelle-33 Green Forest AR Misd FTA
Anderson, Joshua Lloyd-38 Berryville AR Prior Felon FTP
Hernandez, Jared Guevara-20 Green Forest AR Prior Felon Contempt of court--FTP on domestic battery
Honeycutt, Wayne Curtis Sr-58 Eureka Springs AR Misd Possession of marijuana--Expired regisgtration
Lejjena, Olson-32 Berryville AR Misd Domestic battery
Parks, Kerry Owen-48 Green Forest AR Prior Felon Fleeing--Possession of drug paraphernalia--Agency assist

Intakes and Releases From: 1-9-18 Thru 1-10-18

Anderson, Joshua Lloyd-38 Berryville AR Prior Felon FTP
Eastwood, Rebecca L-45 Berryville AR Felony Possession--Possession of drug paraphernalia
Graham, Travis Paul-28 Eureka Springs AR Prior Felon Revocation--FTP
Hernande, Jared G-20 Green Forest AR Misd Contempt of court--FTP on domestic battery
Wilkins, William S-51 Eureka Springs AR Prior Felon Parole violation

Intakes and Releases From: 1-8-18 Thru 1-9-18

Burdick, Hollie Anne-38 Berryville AR Misd Court commit
Fields, Karen-52 Berryville AR Prior Felon HOA for Benton County
Gatlin, Perry Joe-41 Alpena AR Prior Felon FTA
McElyea, Blake Allen-22 Harrison AR Misd FTP--Criminal trespass--TOP
Morris, Jacob G-36 Eureka Springs AR Misd Unauthorized use of vehicle
Nunnally, Jason Paul-28 Shell Knob MO Misd Public intoxication--FTP
Palomo, Isai-26 Green Forest AR Prior Felon White warrant
Richard, James Clifford-53 Green Forest AR Prior Felon Court appearance

Intakes and Releases From: 1-7-18 Thru 1-8-18

Cray, John Braxton-35 Berryville AR Prior Felon PCS-Marijuana--Disorderly conduct--Criminal mischief
Hoffman, Robert L-54 Berryville AR Misd Criminal trespass
Lesson, Kody Allen-33 Green Forest AR Prior Felon Court commit 1 day
Olmedo, Octavio Edwin-19 Berryville AR Misd Court commitment
Taylor, Timothy E-40 Rogers AR Prior Felon FTA on driving on susp--HOA for Madison County

Intakes and Releases From: 1-5-18 Thru 1-6-18

Belisle, Anthony Rae-34 Eagle Rock MO Prior Felon Court appearance
Bevington, Kelley Marie-52 Green Forest AR Prior Felon Reckless driving--DWI--Implied consent
Carter, Troy David-43 Berryville AR Misd Court commitment
Counts, Timothy-30 Harrison AR Sex Offender Court commit
Eads, Jeana Kay-22 Alpena AR Prior Felon Public intoxication
Faught, William David-33 Pelsor AR Prior Felon 1 day court commitment
Guess, Jeremy Bryan-47 Berryville AR Prior Felon Possession--No liab ins
Heintzelman, Joseph Richard-43 Holiday Island AR Prior Felon Possession of drug paraphernalia--Failure to register vehicle--Fictitious lic/reg--No proof liab ins--Failure to yield or stop at sign
Hood, John W Sr-37 Green Forest AR Sex Offender Failure to comply with sex offender report
Mills, Carl Dee-35 Eureka Springs AR Felony Possession of drug paraphernalia--FTA
Montoya, Arthur-64 Berryville AR Misd Driving on susp
Morrell, Joshua Tyler-21 Berryville AR Felony Revocation of susp sentence
Puente, Lamonica Ann-29 Green Forest AR Misd Driving on susp--FTP registration fee
Urban, Kelly Alison-58 Berryville AR Felony Obstruction of govt operations--Possession of Scheduled prescription drugs

Intakes and Releases From: 1-4-18 Thru 1-5-18

Belisle, Anthony Rae-34 Eagle Rock MO Prior Felon Contempt of court
Edmondson, Jason R-46 Eureka Springs AR Prior Felon FTA--HOA for Barry County
Mills, Carl D-35 Eureka Springs AR Felony Possession of drug paraphernalia--FTA
Pike, Michael Lynn-35 Berryville AR Prior Felon Body attachment
Seward, Travis R-36 Eureka Springs AR Misd FTP
Wallace, William C-46 Eureka Springs AR Misd Leaving scene of accident--Driving on susp

Intakes and Releases From: 1-3-18 Thru 1-4-18

Adams, Larissa Joy-56 Green Forest AR Felony Assault--Domestic battery--Criminal mischief
Beddo, William Joshua-29 Pea Ridge AR Misd FTA--False evidence of title/registration--Driving on susp--No liab ins
Bolin, Billy Ryon-37 Lampe MO Prior Felon HOA for Stone County
Conner, Terri Lynn-40 Harrison AR Misd Contempt of court--FTP
Gibson, Tracy Dawn-40 Bethel Heights AR Prior Felon Revocation suspension
Goff, Belinda Faye-56 Newport AR Felony Court appearance
King, Corey Wayne-19 Eureka Springs AR Misd FTA
Roberts, Cody Jay-31 Berryville AR Felony Act 570 6 day hold
Sohn, Greg Paul-34 Berryville AR Prior Felon FTA--FTP
White, Bridget Ann-47 Berryville AR Felony Contributing to delinquency of a minor--Endangering welfare of a minor
Young, Nathaniel Charles-27 Green Forest AR PC Contempt of court--PCS--FTA

Intakes and Releases From: 1-2-18 Thru 1-3-18

Rios, Arturo-45 Green Forest AR Misd DWI #2--Driving on susp due to DWI
Stephens, Eric S-32 Green Forest AR Misd DWI--Driving left of center
Young, Nathaniel Charles-27 Green Forest AR PC PCS--Contempt/FTA

Intakes and Releases From: 1-1-18 Thru 1-2-18

Abreu-Vargas, Eriberto-30 Green Forest AR Misd Violation of protection order
Benninger, Donny Neil-40 Garfield AR Misd HOA for Madison County
Campbell, Justin Isaiah-32 Berryville AR Prior Felon FTP on forgery, theft of property
Colon, Westley Robert-28 Eureka Springs AR Felony Aggravated assault--Endangering welfare of minor
Easley, Cody Michael-24 Berryville AR Prior Felon 45 day court commitment
Gunnells, Lynn Dale-61 Eureka Springs AR Prior Felon 90 day court commitment
Holman, Westley Wayne-30 Berryville AR Prior Felon Court appearance
Jordan, William Christopher-33 Fayetteville AR Misd Public intoxication--Resisting arrest
Linker, Joseph William-41 Eureka Springs AR Misd Possession--Possession of drug paraphernalia--Driving left of center--DWI
Lovell, Dustin Alan-22 Green Forest AR Misd FTP on driving on susp--DWI--Careless driving--Possession
Merida, Brittany L-30 Alpena AR Felony Possession of a controlled substance--Possession with intent to deliver--Possession of drug paraphernalia
Ohler, Corey Dale-29 Alpena AR Sex Offender Court appearance
Owen, Owen John-30 Green Forest AR Misd Court appearance
Silva, Anthony Louis-44 Berryville AR Prior Felon DWI--No turn signal

Intakes and Releases From: 12-31-17 Thru 1-1-18

Allen, Thomas John-54 Green Forest AR Felony Terroristic threatening
Benninger, Donny Neil-40 Garfield AR Misd HOA for Madison County
McClure Aaron Blake-28 Berryville AR Misd FTP time pay
McGehee, Ellen Anne-42 Alpena AR Misd Public intoxication--Resisting arrest
Scheller, Tyler James-29 Berryville AR Misd Public intoxication
Thompson, John Timothy-51 Golden MO Prior Felon Shoplifting

Intakes and Releases From: 12-30-17 Thru 12-31-17

Bernardo, Monica-45 Berryville AR Felony Possession--Possession of Meth
Collier, Allen Matthew-45 Berryville AR Prior Felon FTP fines
Lehr, Colten James-23 Berryville AR Misd Possession of drug paraphernalia--PCS--Careless & prohibited driving--Drinking on hwy
Marcil, Louis Marcel-18 Green Forest AR Misd Driving on susp--Drug paraphernalia
Parsons, Jacob Miles-31 Eagle Rock MO Prior Felon FTA on possession
Stover, Isaac Eugene-46 Berryville AR Prior Felon HOA for Benton County
Torres, Jovany-26 Batesville AR Prior Felon Commercial burglary--Theft of property--Breaking or entering-FTA on no ins/no DL/failure to report accident--Delivery of controlled substance (Meth)--Delivery of controlled substance near certain facilities

Intakes and Releases From: 12-28-17 Thru 12-29-17

Foster, Jesse Lee-26 Berryville AR Misd HOA for Boone County
Mendez, Daniel Joseph-22 Green Forest AR Misd FTA

Intakes and Releases From: 12-26-17 Thru 12-27-17

Asbury, Amber Nicole-32 Holiday Island AR Felony FTA--FTP
Brooks, Shannon Ashly-32 Green Forest AR Misd Contempt of court--FTP
Ingraham, Ethan T-19 Wesley AR Misd HOA for Washington County
Owen, Owen John-30 Green Forest AR Prior Felon HOA for Boone County
Reyes-Suarez, Pable David-42 Berryville AR Misd DWI--Careless driving--No DL

Intakes and Releases From: 12-23-17 Thru 12-24-17

Armstrong, Nikki Rae-32 Fayetteville AR Prior Felon FTP
Choate, Charles David-28 Western Grove AR Misd Drinking on hwy
Choate, Jeffrey Leander-32 Harrison AR Misd Reckless driving-construction zone--Failure to yield to emergency vehicle--Following too close-construction zone--Improper passing-construction zone--Possession of drug paraphernalia--No proof ins
Conklin, Jonathan Fay-51 Eagle Rock MO Prior Felon Failure to move left--Driving on susp/revoked license--FTA
Evans, Laura Ann-39 Berryville AR Misd Driving on susp/revoked license--Driving left of center--FTA--FTP
Rangel, Daniel-18 Berryville AR Misd Domestic battery

Intakes and Releases From: 12-21-17 Thru 12-22-17

Amondson, Crystal A-28 Berryville AR Driving on susp/revoked license
Brents, Hollie-33 Fayetteville AR FTA
Heintzelman, Joseph-43 Holiday Island AR Possession--Possession of drug paraphernalia
Morgan, Levi L-28 Gentry AR Bench warrant-revocation
Morrell, Joshua T-21 Berryville AR N/A
Nickels, Jacob-24 Green Forest AR FTP
Walker, Heather-28 Berryville AR Court appearance
Wallace, Hunter W-20 Berryville AR FTA
Zenruffinen, Craig-51 Eureka Springs AR DWI--No tail lights

Intakes and Releases From: 12-20-17 Thru 12-21-17

Benefield, Max-54 Berryville AR Court commitment
Carrow, David S-30 Pine Bluff White warrant
Zenruffinen, Craig-51 Eureka Springs AR N/A

Intakes and Releases From: 12-19-17 Thru 12-20-17

McClanahan, Drew Leon-25 Green Forest AR Misd 89 day court commitment
McWilliams, Orion Anderson-37 Eureka Springs AR Misd FTP--HOA for Boone County
Morales, Christian-19 Rogers AR Prior Felon Revocation on burglary--Terroristic threatening
Qualls, David Quid-39 Berryville AR Prior Felon White warrant
Tate, Alan Edward-51 Green Forest AR Misd Disorderly conduct--Public intoxication--Resisting arrest
Watt, Tasha Marie-34 Harrison AR Felony Contempt of court--FTA

Intakes and Releases From: 12-18-17 Thru 12-19-17

Burdick, Hollie Anne-38 Berryville AR Misd Court commitment
McPhetridge, Evan Austin-28 Harrison AR Misd DWI--No DL--FTP registration fee--No proof liab ins--Open container
Richardson, James Lucas-36 Berryville AR Misd FTP
Say-Salona, Misty Dawn-32 Berryville AR Prior Felon Drug court violation
Slay, Shane Martin-38 Berryville AR Felony Immediate incarceration order
Ward, Amy-56 Holiday Island AR Misd Violation of protection order
Weaver, Van Doran III-34 Springdale AR Felony Court appearance

Intakes and Releases From: 12-17-17 Thru 12-18-17

Camargo-Yepes, Giovanni-48 Green Forest AR Felony Domestic battery--Terroristic threathening
McCalister, Caleb A-21 Berryville AR Prior Felon FTP
Vasquez, Nicholas-23  Dalhart TX Prior Felon Revocation of susp sentence--FTP
Weimer, Kassandra Beth-35 Berryville AR Misd Domestic battery

Intakes and Releases From: 12-16-17 Thru 12-17-17

Anien, Wilfer-29 Harrison AR Misd FTP--FTA--HOA for Randolph County
Ellis, Desiree D-32 Harrison AR HOA HOA for Madison County
Marcil, Louis Marcel-45 Green Forest AR FTP time pay--HOA for Alpena PD
Nelson, Jacob Allen-24 Fayetteville AR Prior Felon Court appearance
Scarborough, Patrick James-27 Green Forest AR Misd Contempt of court

 

Intakes and Releases From: 12-14-17 Thru 12-15-17

Evans, Katlyn E-22 Berryville AR Theft of property
Gladden, Cassius D-29 Springdale AR FTA
Shields, Michael E-46 Harrison AR Contempt of court

Intakes and Releases From: 12-13-17 Thru 12-14-17

Lepe, Karina-23 Berryville AR Non-financial identity fraud
McLaughlin, Tristan D-26 Green Forest AR Domestic battery--Endangering welfare of a minor
Porter, Cody E-28 Alpena AR Domestic battery--Endangering welfare of a minor

Intakes and Releases From: 12-12-17 Thru 12-13-17

Jerrell, Jonathan-22 Kingston AR Prior Felon FTA
Lakin, Thomas Ray-33 Berryville AR Felony Domestic battery--Aggravated assaault on family/household member
Morris, Tom Paul-30 Oak Grove AR Sex Offender Commercial burglary x 4 counts--Theft--Theft by receiving--Tampering with physical evidence--Arson--White warrant parole-Attempted commercial burglary x 2 counts
Nall, James Harold-56 Cassville MO Prior Felon PCS--FTP

Intakes and Releases From: 12-11-17 Thru 12-12-17

Badley, Brian Paul-23 Green Forest AR Felony HOA for Greene County MO
Bailey, Adam-21 Eureka Springs AR Prior Felon Obstructing govt operations--Commercial burglary--Arson--Theft--Theft by receiving--Tampering with physical evidence
Burdick, Hollie Anne-38 Berryville AR Misd Court commitment
Cline, Christpher Ray-43 Eureka Springs AR Felony Terroristic threatening
Lindley, Andrew Scott-29 Green Forest AR Misd FTP--Public intoxication
McGlynn, Patricia Ann-44 Green Forest AR Prior Felon Body attachment for child support
Sutterfield, Daniel Noah-49 Green Forest AR Prior Felon DL susp for DWI--Driving left of center--FTA
Van Blaricom, Kevin Lane-40 Bentonville AR HOA HOA for Bella Vista PD, Bentonville PD, Centerton PD, Rogers PD and Lowell PD

Intakes and Releases From: 12-10-17 Thru 12-11-17

Rogers, Kevin Joe-52 Green Forest AR Prior Felon Domestic battery--Violation of protection order

Intakes and Releases From: 12-9-17 Thru 12-10-17

Bess, Stephen Keith-35 Alpena AR Prior Felon FTA on PCS/possession of drug paraphernalia--HOA for Newton County
Carter, Kyle David-19 Berryville AR Misd Possession--Possession of drug paraphernalia
Cooper, Lynn Allen-52 Weiner AR Prior Felon Revocation--FTP on VAHCL/TOP/Public intoxication--HOA for Harrison PD
Taggart, Randy Lee-24 Berryville AR Prior Felon FTP

Intakes and Releases From: 12-8-17 Thru 12-9-17

Comstock, Brookelyn Kay-25 Berryville AR Misd Contempt of court for failure to comply
Graves, Nicholas Shane-29 Green Forest AR Prior Felon FTP
Sweeden, Elizabeth Ann-40 Huntsville AR Misd Contempt of court for not doing community service
Threet, Madison-29 Eureka Springs AR Prior Felon HOA for Jay OK

Intakes and Releases From: 12-7-17 Thru 12-8-17

Lautiej, John-33 Berryville AR Misd Driving on susp due to DWI--Failure to yield
Turner, Tyrone Nathan-36 Eureka Springs AR Prior Felon FTP

Intakes and Releases From: 12-6-17 Thru 12-7-17

Deertz, Fredrick William-22 Green Forest AR Felony FTP--PCS--Possession of drug paraphernalia--Theft of property--Refusal to submit--Disorderly conduct

Intakes and Releases From: 12-5-17 Thru 12-6-17

Dorethy, Lennon-34 Eureka Springs AR Misd 3 day court commit
Eads, Jeana Kay-22 Alpena AR Misd FTA
Holland, Jackson Junior-23 Bryer Cliff AR Prior Felon Disorderly conduct
Mathis, Ashley Dawn-36 Eureka Springs AR Misd Domestic battery
Meza-Soliven, Anthony W-31 Bentonville AR Misd Driving on susp--HOA for Benville PD
Ochoa-Rodas, Erick N-19 Green Forest AR Misd FTA on no DL/possession of drug paraphernalia
Poyner, Christopher Wayne-52  Green Forest AR Prior Felon DWI--Implied consent--Driving on susp--Open container
Serna, Joe A-33 Green Forest AR Prior Felon DWI--Careless & prohibited driving--Refusal to submit to chemical test

Intakes and Releases From: 12-4-17 Thru 12-5-17

Burdick, Hollie Anne-38 Berryville AR Misd Court commit
Day, Hen Law-20 Green Forest AR Misd Public intoxication--Purchase or possession by minor
Day, Hen Nay-22 Berryville AR Misd Public intoxication
Patel, Vivendra Kumar-42 Eureka Springs AR Sex Offender Theft of public benefits--Revocation of probation
Qualls, David Quid-33 Berryville AR Prior Felon Court commit
Say, Nay Nay-22 Clarksville AR Misd Public intoxication
Short, Brendon Kyle-23 Alpena AR MIsd FTP--Driving on susp--No license plate
Soe, Sher Eh Doe-19 Green Forest AR Misd DWI--Leaving scene of accident--Minor in possession of alcohol
Wiley, Gregory Glen-28 Berryville AR Prior Felon FTA--FTP

Intakes and Releases From: 12-3-17 Thru 12-4-17

Oliver, J D-23 Berryville AR Misd Public intoxication
Sharp, Jeffrey Wayne-41 Rocky Comfort MO Felony HOA for Barry County--FTA--No DL--No vehicle license--No proof ins--Driving left of center
Williams, Joseph David-44 Mountain Home AR Prior Felon Public intoxication
Wingate, Harley Gene-76 Green Forest AR Misd DWI--Implied consent

 
Detailed 7 day Weather Forecast 6-17-18  

Today: A 20 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms after 2pm. Increasing clouds, with a high near 93. South wind 5 to 10 mph.

Tonight: A 20 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms before 8pm. Mostly clear, with a low around 71. South wind 5 to 10 mph.

Monday: A 20 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms after 2pm. Increasing clouds, with a high near 90. South wind around 5 mph.

Monday Night: A 20 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms before 8pm. Partly cloudy, with a low around 71. South wind 5 to 10 mph.

Tuesday: A 30 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms after 2pm. Mostly sunny, with a high near 89. Southwest wind around 5 mph.

Tuesday Night: A 30 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms, mainly before 8pm. Mostly cloudy, with a low around 70. South wind around 5 mph.

Wednesday: A 50 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms, mainly after 8am. Partly sunny, with a high near 86. Southwest wind around 5 mph.

Wednesday Night: A 50 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms. Mostly cloudy, with a low around 68. Southwest wind around 5 mph.

Thursday: A 40 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms. Mostly cloudy, with a high near 85. Southwest wind 5 to 10 mph.

Thursday Night: A 30 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms, mainly before 8pm. Mostly cloudy, with a low around 65. Southwest wind 5 to 10 mph.

Friday: A 20 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms. Partly sunny, with a high near 84. Southwest wind 5 to 10 mph.

Friday Night: A 20 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms. Mostly cloudy, with a low around 65. Southwest wind around 5 mph.

Saturday: A 20 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms. Partly sunny, with a high near 89. Southwest wind 5 to 10 mph.


 
AR Weekly Fishing Report 6-6-18  

Free Fishing Weekend will be a lucky one for anglers who land a tagged fish in Lakes Catherine or Hamilton. Visit Hot Springs, sponsor of the ongoing Hot Springs Fishing Challenge in partnership with the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission, will double the prize money on $500 tags (there are 17 of them) during Free Fishing Weekend, meaning they're worth $1,000. Jeff Newman, manager of the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission’s Andrew Hulsey Fish Hatchery in Hot Springs, said, “Free Fishing Weekend is an annual tradition sponsored by the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission and approved by Gov. Asa Hutchinson. Free Fishing Weekend furnishes many citizens and visitors an opportunity to enjoy the amazing angling the Natural State has to offer.
"Residents and nonresidents may fish that weekend from Friday at noon until midnight Sunday without fishing licenses or trout permits. Regulations for Arkansas waters apply; daily limits, slot limits, and length limits must be observed.”
In addition to the $500 fish, plenty of other prize fish remain to be caught before the Fishing Challenge ends at 5 p.m. July 31. The total purse being offered this year by the challenge is $101,000. There is still a $15,000 tag being carried around by a fish in either Catherine or Hamilton, in addition to four $5,000 tags and 41 $1,000 tags.
Steve Arrison, executive director of Visit Hot Springs, said. “The (AGFC) staff at the Andrew Hulsey Fish Hatchery on Lake Hamilton has been spectacular in selecting, tagging and releasing the prize fish ... Hot Springs residents and visitors coming to Hot Springs from throughout the nation have told us this is their favorite time of year, Many people have told us they had an exciting time on the lakes trying to land one of the prize fish, even if they haven’t yet hit the cash jackpot.”
Anglers who land one of the tagged fish simply have to call the phone number on the tag to begin the process of winning one of the prizes.

CENTRAL ARKANSAS

Craig D. Campbell Lake Conway Reservoir

NOTICE: An irrigation restriction on Lake Conway will be in effect through March 1, 2019. The irrigation restriction will allow the AGFC to apply Environmental Protection Agency-approved aquatic herbicides to treat and reduce the spread of alligator weed, a non-native, invasive aquatic plant. Herbicides used will not cause harm to aquatic organisms, such as fish, and are not harmful to people or wildlife that may come into contact with treated vegetation or water. Herbicides that will be used have up to a 120-day irrigation restriction after application. Therefore, the AGFC strongly recommends adjacent landowners DO NOT irrigate water from Lakes Conway for lawn or garden use during this period.

(updated 6-6-2018) Bates Field and Stream (501-470-1846) says the water is stained and the surface water temperature hit 90 degrees. Water level is normal. Bream are moving out from the shoreline. Anglers report the bite being fair on worms or crickets. Crappie are fair, with the best activity around the Arkansas Highway 89 bridge or in Gold Creek. Fish in 6-8 feet depth with minnows or jigs. Bass are good. Anglers report using spinnerbaits, crankbaits, topwater plugs and plastic worms. Catfish are good on cut bait and worms.

(updated 6-6-2018) Hatchet Jack’s (501-758-4958) said bream are excellent. Anglers were fishing the piers and looking for the bite in 4-8 feet depth with redworms and crickets. Bass were fair. They’re active in the grass beds at a depth of 3-4 feet. Use a crankbait.


Little Red River

(updated 6-6-2018) Lowell Myers of Sore Lip’em All Guide Service said Tuesday the Little Red River is receiving a few hours of early afternoon and/or evening generation. This schedule pattern provides great wading opportunities on the upper river in mornings and lower river in afternoons. For fly-fishing, Lowell recommends soft hackles, midges, sowbugs and streamers. Red and cotton-candy-colored bodies on chartreuse jigheads are recommended for Trout Magnet spin fishing. Remember to practice your best boating, canoeing/kayaking and wading etiquette and be safe while enjoying the Little Red River. Always check before heading to the Little Red River by calling the Army Corps of Engineers Little Rock District water data system (501-362-5150) for Greers Ferry Dam water release information or check the Corps of Engineers website (swl-wc.usace.army.mil) for real-time water release and the Southwestern Power Administration website (swpa.gov) to see forecasted generation schedule.

(updated 5-24-2018) Greg Seaton of littleredflyfishingtrips.com (501-690-9166) said that due to local heavy rain below the dam, the river is muddy today (May 24) from mid-river to lower river. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has requested an increase in the generation due to a slight rise in the lake. This generation starting today (Thursday) should help clear the river for Friday and through the weekend. Hopefully the area will miss any heavy rain. The generation will be 2 units in the afternoon hours. This will be for about 6 hours each afternoon. Morning canoeing and kayaking should be the best time, and all boaters and fisherman should check the schedule and be prepared for this rise each day. Please take care when this generation reaches your area of the river. Never approach the upstream end of the docks because of the undertow created by the current. The current in the river increases drastically when the generated water reaches your area. All types of boating should take extra care in the generated water. Greg says, “We wish everyone a safe and happy Memorial Day weekend. Be safe and courteous and enjoy the river.”

Greers Ferry Lake

As of Wednesday, the Army Corps of Engineers reports the lake’s elevation at 462.70 feet msl (normal conservation pool: 462.04 feet msl Oct. 1-April 30; 463.04 feet msl May 1-June 1; 462.54 feet msl June 1-Sept. 30).

(updated 6-6-2018) Tommy Cauley of Fishfinder Guide Service (501-940-1318) said the water level at Greers Ferry is at 462.77 feet msl, 0.23 feet above normal pool for this time of year of 462.54 feet and staying around that level. The black bass fishing is good all over the lake for all three species. There’s a lot of topwater action in places and some still on the bank spawning and/or guarding fry, some mid-depth and some deeper eating Texas rigged or C-rigged worms, lizards or football heads. Texas-rigged lizards up shallow or crank baits mid-depths are working best. Some crappie are still spawning down lake, and the rest are over around brush piles or pole timber or just roaming eating jigs minnows or Road Runners and crankbaits in 10-16 feet of water. Catfish are eating a variety of baits on all sorts of fishing rigs. The flatheads will be in full spawn by the next full moon. Bream are very active coming off one of the first spawns, eating crickets, crawlers, small crankbaits and inline spinners from right on the bank out to 12 feet of water. Walleye are eating crawlers fished several different kinds of ways; pick your style and you should catch some on small chunk-rock flats in 10-18 feet of water. The hybrid and white bass are eating well all over the lake on swimbaits, inline spinners and spoons throughout the day and night. Just stay around the shad and they will be close by in 20-50 feet of water.

Harris Brake Lake

(updated 6-6-2018) Harris Brake Lake Resort (501-889-2745) said the water is clear. Surface water temperature is 92 degrees, with a normal level. Bream are good on worms and crickets. Crappie reports have been poor. Bass are fair early in the morning and late in the day; use spinnerbaits and crankbaits. Catfishing is good on worms or blood bait.

Lake Overcup

NOTICE: An irrigation restriction on Lake Overcup will be in effect through March 1, 2019. The irrigation restriction will allow the AGFC to apply Environmental Protection Agency-approved aquatic herbicides to treat and reduce the spread of alligator weed, a non-native, invasive aquatic plant. Herbicides used will not cause harm to aquatic organisms, such as fish, and are not harmful to people or wildlife that may come into contact with treated vegetation or water. Herbicides that will be used have up to a 120-day irrigation restriction after application. Therefore, the AGFC strongly recommends adjacent landowners DO NOT irrigate water from Lakes Overcup for lawn or garden use during this period.

(updated 5-31-2018) Johnny “Catfish” Banks at Overcup Bait Shop and R.V. Park (501-354-9007) said water level is about normal, clarity is dark and surface temperature is 83 degrees. Crappie are being caught in deeper water fishing 3-6 feet deep using jigs and minnows. Bass are chasing the new spawn of shad and hitting topwater baits. Catfish are being caught at night with rod and reels using nightcrawlers and minnows. Bream are slow but should start picking up. Anglers are catching some good ones, but having to work for them. “Come see us at Overcup Lake off Highway 9.”

Brewer Lake

(updated 6-6-2018) Larry Walters at Bones Bait Shop (501-354-9900) said it is hot – the temperature, not necessarily the fishing, though that seems good right now. The water temperature is hot, in the 76-80 degree range, while the water level is normal. The clarity is dingy. Bream are bedded up. You can get a good bite from bream around the brush piles on worms or crickets. Crappie are very active; Larry says you can catch all you want. The reports have been good, with the bite at 12-18 feet depth. Use minnows or jigs and work the brushtops. Bass are good around the shoreline in 8-12 feet depth. Throw a spinnerbait or work a plastic worm in those depths. Catfishing is good. Noodlers are pulling them up, and around the bank you can catch all the catfish you want, Larry says.

 

Lake Maumelle

(updated 6-6-2018) Jolly Rogers Marina (501-868-5558) said black bass are excellent. With water temps in the 80s the black bass are moving out of the spawn areas. Some are just outside of the grass. Try using Zoom Trick Worms, crankbaits, jerkbaits and jigs in 6-8 feet and 10-15 feet of water. A few can also be caught in shallow water on Pop-Rs, spinnerbaits and chatterbaits. They will bite more during dusk and at dawn. The dusk anglers in the Tuesday bass tournament enjoyed a nice bite, with Brad LeQuiea and Cody Bryant hauling in a winning stringer of 10.1 pounds. The top four teams all caught more than 8.2 pounds and 13 boats out of 21 weighed stringers over 6 pounds. Joey Hutchinson and Randal Clark landed the Big Bass of 4.44 pounds. There are some big ones out there. Kentucky bass are good. They are off the grass line and also about 8-12 feet deep. Rocky shoreline or points are best with a crankbait or jig. White bass are good. There have been a few reports of whites schooling but not staying up for long. Use Rooster Tails, CC Spoons, deep-diving Bandits, and Bombers. The crappie bite is good. More reports of crappie being found near brush piles and structures anywhere from 12-15 feet deep. Try using spider rigs and minnows early in the morning or later in the evening. Bream are good. They’re being caught around their beds and brush piles. Try using crickets, worms or jigs anywhere from 3-12 feet depth. Catfishing is excellent. More reports this week of the channel cats starting to move out and the blues coming in. Use stink bait and bream around 8-10 feet and 20 feet deep. They had another 40-pound catfish caught last week off the shoreline.

 

(updated 6-6-2018) Hatchet Jack’s (501-758-4958) said crappie are reported biting fair. They’re in 5-10 feet depth and around brush piles. Minnows are working best.

 

Palarm Creek

(updated 5-31-2018) Hatchet Jack’s (501-758-4958) said the crappie bite is fair around brush piles and rocky points. Fish minnows in about 5-10 feet depth for best results. Water level and current are normal.

Sunset Lake

(updated 6-6-2018) Lisa Spencer at Lisa’s Bait Shop (501-778-6944) said some anglerse have been catching some dandy bass on big brooder minnows and live crawfish. Scum frogs have been doing well on them, too. Crappie are fair but deep on pink minnows and Kalin's Tennessee Shad-colored jigs. Catfish have been hitting on chicken livers and nightcrawlers. Bream been great on crickets and redworms, some off the pier and on the bridge going to the other side of the lake. The stocking chart shows May 8 is still the last time Sunset was stocked (you can Google Stocked ponds – Arkansas Game and Fish and click on that to see last time all of the AGFC Family and Community Fishing Program stocked ponds were stocked). For regulations for Sunset Lake, look at the bottom of Page 69 of the 2017-2018 ”Arkansas Fishing Guidebook.”

 

Bishop Park Ponds

(updated 6-6-2018) Lisa Spencer at Lisa’s Bait Shop (501-778-6944) said Zoom Red Shad plastic worms do well on the front one they call Lake Norma that sits by the road on the left side of the park. A few bream being caught as well on crickets. The back one called Lake Charles (that you see going into the park when pass the buildings and the ball fields) usually does better on the crappie on the No. 6 crappie minnows as well as the catfish, too, on chicken livers and nightcrawlers. Bass have been caught on No. 12 bass minnows and also some crankbaits.

Saline River Access in Benton

(updated 6-6-2018) Lisa Spencer at Lisa’s Bait Shop (501-778-6944) said bass have been great on big brooder minnows and live crawfish as well as small Rebel crawfish. Crappie been slow on No. 6 crappie minnows. Catfish have been good on trotlines using black salties and goldfish. Bream have been good on crickets.

 

Lake Norrell

(updated 6-6-2018) Lisa Spencer at Lisa’s Bait Shop (501-778-6944) said crappie have been fair but deep on No. 6 crappie minnows and pink crappie minnows. Also on Kalin's Bleeding Tennessee Shad-color grubs. Bass have been good on Rat-L-Traps, silver with black back and crawdad colors. Catfish been doing well on nightcrawlers and cut-up skip jack and also chicken livers. Big bream are being caught tight-lined with crickets. Lisa has seen some great big redear come from this lake. She says she has a customer that lives over on Hurricane Lake and he goes to Lake Norrell to fish for the big redear.


Lake Pickthorne

No report.

 

Lake Sylvia

No report.

Lake Valencia

(updated 6-6-2018) Hatchet Jack’s in North Little Rock (501-758-4958) says catfishing are excellent. Use nightcrawlers, chicken livers and chicken hearts. Water level is normal, no other conditions were reported.

Lake Willastein

(updated 6-6-2018) Hatchet Jack’s in North Little Rock (501-758-4958) says bream are excellent. Fish around the piers in 4-8 feet depth for the best bite, using worms or crickets. Bass are fair and are cruising in 3-4 feet of water on the north side of the lake in grass beds. Anglers report using buzzbaits, a shallow crankbait and Texas rigs.

Lake Winona

(updated 6-6-2018) Lisa Spencer at Lisa’s Bait Shop (501-778-6944) said catfish have been good on nightcrawlers and live crawfish. Crappie are fair on No. 6 crappie minnows and Kalin's blue and silver grubs. Bass are good on No. 12 bass minnows and Strike King KVD crankbaits in Tennessee Shad color. Bream have been excellent on crickets.

Arkansas River at Morrilton

(updated 5-31-2018) Charley’s Hidden Harbor at Oppelo (501-354-8080) said there have been few boaters on the river. Black bass are going for topwater baits like buzzbaits, jitterbugs and Zara Spooks. Midday, go to worms (red with rattles), lizards and pull through the grass, then let fall. Also work around the jetties. White bass are biting late or early at the tips of jetties or where you see shad on top. Used shad-colored and pearl crankbaits. Catfish are biting early in 6-10 feet. Bream are nesting on sandbars and also on the grass lines. Use crickets. Crappie are around wood structure in 8-15 feet deep. Use jigs. No report on stripers.

Arkansas River (Cadron Pool)

Professional angler Cody Kelley with Best in Bass Guide Service (501-733-5282) no report.

Little Maumelle River

(updated 6-6-2018) River Valley Marina (501-517-1250) said the water clarity is clearing and the level and current are normal. Bream reports have ranged from fair to good. The bream are bedding/nesting and will bite worms. Crappie are fair and can be found at 4-5 feet depth. Use minnows. Bass are good early in the morning and late in the day. Fish with spinnerbaits and crankbaits. Catfish reports have been excellent with catfish biting the trotlines baited with minnows or chicken liver.

(updated 6-6-2018) Hatchet Jack’s (501-758-4948) said the water level and current are normal. Crappie are fair in 5-10 feet depth around brush piles and rocky points. Use minnows.

Arkansas River (Maumelle Pool)

(updated 6-6-2018) Hatchet Jack’s (501-758-4948) said catfishing is excellent around Murray Dam using skipjack, slicks and by snagging when the water is flowing. Reports on white bass have been fair. They’re biting large white twister tails and spoons. Some redear have been caught by the hydro wall at the dam.

(updated 5-24-2018) Zimmerman’s Exxon (501-944-2527) said surface water temperature is in the 70s and the level and current are normal. Bream are good. Look for them in the beach area in 2-4 feet of water and use worms or crickets. Crappie are good near rocky points in 10-15 feet depth. Use jigs. Bass are good below the dam on jigs. Fish 10-12 feet deep.

 

Arkansas River (Little Rock Pool)

(updated 6-6-2018) Vince Miller from Fish ’N’ Stuff (501-834-5733) said the river is clearing up. Level and current are normal. No temperature was recorded. Fishing needs to pick up, though. Reports on bream were poor. They were biting worms. Crappie are poor, but will bite a red jig. Bass are poor. Some catches reported on crankbaits and a jighead worm. Catfish are fair on stink bait.

(updated 6-6-2018) Zimmerman’s Exxon (501-944-2527) said the water is clear and the temperature has been ranging from the high 70s to the low 80s. Bream are excellent on the river in the backwaters. Fish for them in 2-3 feet depth with crickets. Crappie are deeper and the bite is good on red jigs. Bass are good. They’re hitting crankbaits; use a Black Bandit. Catfishing is good below the dam. They’re preferring skipjack. White bass are evident in the main river early in the day and the bite is fair.

(updated 6-6-2018) McSwain Sports Center (501-945-2471) said that near the Terry Lock and Dam, water level and current are normal, while the water clarity is murky. Bream are fair on worms or crickets. The crappie bite is fair if you work the backwaters. Bass are good on crankbaits or plastic worms. Catfish reports were good; use worms, blood bait or stink bait.

(updated 6-6-2018) Hatchet Jack’s (501-758-4948) said that catfishing reports near the Terry Dam were fair by snagging or using skipjack. Water level is normal. At the other end of the pool, at Murray Dam, catfishing is excellent using skipjack. White bass are excellent. Use white twister tails and spoons.

 

Clear Lake (off Arkansas River-Little Rock Pool)

(updated 6-6-2018) McSwain Sports Center (501-945-2471) said the clarity is clear and the water level and current are normal. Bream are good on worms or crickets. Crappie are good on minnows and jigs. Bass are good on spinnerbaits, crankbaits and plastic worms. Catfishing is poor.

Peckerwood Lake

(updated 6-6-2018) Herman’s Landing (870-241-3731) reported the clarity as clear and the water level is high. The bream bite is slowing down. Reports were fair using worms or crickets. Crappie reports were good, though. Try trolling with a jig, or use minnows. Bass are good on spinnerbaits and crankbaits. Catfish reports are good.


NORTH ARKANSAS

White River

(updated 6-6-2018) Cotter Trout Dock (870-435-6525) says that after a summer storm last Saturday, the weather's been cool and the fishing hot. The rain allowed a perfect floating opportunity on the Buffalo River and the smallmouth eagerly ate up Gitzits and green imitation lizards. The rain also added to the lakes, meaning that Bull Shoals Lake is still high and so is White River. Live red worms and nightcrawlers have been doing well in the mornings, giving way to pink imitation worms in the afternoon. The high water has also allowed easier lure fishing, and orange-bellied Smithwicks and Rebel Craws have been doing great. Now that June is upon us and the kids are out of school, the weather is perfect for great fishing with the family on the White River.

(updated 6-6-2018) Sportsman’s White River Resort (870-453-2424) said the river level has been low, and that there are two generators running. The trout bite has been excellent this week. Rainbows are favoring PowerBait and shrimp. Browns like the stick baits, and this past week a 24-incher was hauled in. It’s been a nice week to be on the river. Clarity is good.

(updated 6-6-2018) John Berry of Berry Brothers Guide Service in Cotter (870-435-2169) said last weekend that during the past week, they had a bit over an inch of rain in Cotter, warmer temperatures and moderate winds. The lake level at Bull Shoals fell 0.5 feet to rest at 9.9 feet above seasonal power pool of 662 feet msl. This is 23.1 feet below the top of flood pool. Upstream, Table Rock rose 0.3 feet to rest at 0.2 feet above seasonal power pool and 13.8 feet below the top of flood pool. Beaver Lake fell 0.8 feet to rest at 5 feet above seasonal power pool and 3.6 feet below the top of flood pool. The White had more generation and less wadable water. Norfork Lake fell 0.9 feet to rest at seven and seven tenths feet above seasonal power pool of 556.7 feet and sixteen and five tenths feet below the top of flood pool. The Norfork had more generation and much less wadable water. Seasonal power pool has been reset for the lakes in the White River system. All of the lakes in the White River System are now above the top of power pool. With warmer weather and increased power demand for air conditioning, we can expect more generation in the near future.
The White has fished much better. The hot spot has been Rim Shoals. There are caddis coming off. The hot flies were olive Woolly Buggers (sizes 8, 10), Y2Ks (sizes 14, 12), prince nymphs (size 14), zebra midges (black with silver wire and silver bead or red with silver wire and silver bead sizes 16, 18), pheasant tails (size 14), ruby midges (size 18), root beer midges (size 18), pink and cerise San Juan worms (size 10), and sowbugs (size 16). Double-fly nymph rigs have been very effective (John’s current favorite is a size 14 red fox squirrel nymph with a size 18 ruby midge suspended below it). Use lead to get your flies down.
Remember that the White and Norfork rivers and Dry Run Creek are infected with didymo, an invasive alga. Be sure and thoroughly clean and dry your waders (especially the felt soles on wading boots) before using them in any other water. Many manufacturers are now making rubber soles that are easier to clean and are not as likely to harbor didymo.

 

Bull Shoals Lake

As of Wednesday, the Army Corps of Engineers reports the lake’s elevation at 671.29 feet msl (normal conservation pool: 659.00 feet msl).

(updated 5-31-2018) Del Colvin at Bull Shoals Lake Boat Dock said last Thursday the lake level was at 672 feet msl, and it is still about 13 feet above pool. The fish are still on the bushes for the most part. Water temps are about 82 degrees up to 90 depending on where you're at or by the end of the day. The topwater bite has been prevalent bite and it's been a lot of fun. It's been one of the better topwater bites that they've had in a while, and he hopes that stays that way. If you got a little bit of wind, you can catch them on a Whopper Popper. The Zara Spook is catching a few fish. As for color, Del will go to Lucky Craft Sammy, or Gunfish if the water’s a little clearer. The first part of the day is the best for the topwater bite. Del has been fishing primarily on the flats, any of those fields that are now under water or holding fish closer to the channel or where they can get to deep water. In isolated cover you can catch some on a popper now. A couple of things are going on: there has been full moon so there's a shad spawn and they’ve got the perch that are spawning, so that's kind of what you want to look for. I you find a baitfish you're going to find a fish. Now if it gets hot and sunny, you'll still get a wave of fish moving up topwater throughout the day, so after the first couple hours don't put it away necessarily. But if you do get some wind, which they haven't had much of, you can throw a spinnerbait around, a square bill on secondary points. Most of the largemouth seem to be in the bushes. Del says he’s catching them all the way in the backs and 2 foot of water all the way out to the main lake points. If you want to fish a little deeper, he’s still pulling some smallmouth on the Keitech fishing the isolated cover on the islands or the humps or the main lake points going out. Also he’s starting to pick up a few fish using the drop-shot. Before you know it, a lot of these fish are going to start moving out, he said. Some of the baitfish already are starting to move out of the creeks after that spawn. If you're going to target around docks you can also catch some fish; docks are going to be good off the secondary points, that's kind of where the docks are that Del is fishing, or on the flats. You can also use a jig around the dock; buzzbait or jig, you'll pick up a few more fish. It's getting hot so get out for the morning bite. If it's a hundred degrees out you’re probably not going to fish all day.

(updated 5-25-2018) K Dock Marina said the fish are biting. They have 82-degree water with great lake conditions. All species are hitting right now. The lake level last Friday was 672.2 feet msl (13 feet above normal). Water is clear. Black bass are good on topwater plugs and buzzbaits. Also good on medium crankbaits and jigs. Small plastics in flooded brush in the backs of coves are working. The plastic worm bite is coming soon. Walleye are good to great on small to medium crankbaits. They are really shallow right now, less than 10 feet. They are also hitting spoons and nightcrawlers. Crappie are good to fair on live minnows and swimming minnows. The crappie are scattered post-spawn down the shoreline and in coves around brush.

Norfork Lake

As of Wednesday, the Army Corps of Engineers reports the lake’s elevation at 563.19 feet msl (normal conservation pool: September-April 552.00 feet msl; April-September, 554.00 feet msl).

(updated 5-31-2018) Lou Gabric at Hummingbird Hideaway Resort said the holiday weekend was a very busy time for Norfork Lake. There were many anglers out on the lake catching plenty of fish. Others were enjoying the great weather by playing in the warm, clean and clear water of Norfork Lake. It appeared that all of their guests had a great time and no one wanted to leave. The striped bass, hybrid bass and white bass bite has been outstanding for the last couple of weeks. There has been plenty of topwater action for all of these species. The best time for topwater action starts at sunrise, lasts for a couple of hours and then happens again at sunset. You may need to move around to find the white water, but they are coming up all over the lake at various locations and depths. If you only see one fish come up and you are close enough, cast a topwater lure because there will be more in the area and they will come up for your bait. Tuesday, Lou said, he fished in a major creek and had a fantastic time, landing eight stripers and hybrids using live threadfin shad. They were exploding on his free swimming baits and were also hitting baits that he had on with a 1/8-ounce split shot. Lou was moving slowly with his trolling motor about 1/2 mile an hour. He started fishing along a shoreline in 30 feet of water and started to catch hybrids. He then moved out to 60 feet of water and started to catch stripers. Swimbaits and Alabama rigs are also working well to catch these fish. Lou is starting to mark big arcs suspended down 20-50 feet, so the stripers are starting to move down to the cooler water. As the water continues to warm, the topwater action for the stripers will stop and then restart in the fall when the water starts to cool. “The fish that I cleaned today were full of crawdads, telling me they are feeding close to shore at some point during the day. The moon is full so I would assume they are feeding heavily at night,” Lou said.
Lou says the largemouth and smallmouth bass bites are still very good. Topwater baits, flukes and jerkbaits are all catching nice fish. In the mornings, work the shallow water that has sunken buckbrush. As the sun gets higher, move out to about 10-20 feet of water and work the bottom with your plastics. Bluff line points are holding some nice smallmouth bass. On occasion you will find the bass out in deep water feeding on the surface, and topwater baits will work great.
The walleye bite has also been good. They are being found inside the sunken buckbrush as well as along deep bluff line where the channel is making a swing. Jerkbaits, swimbaits and casting spoons are all working. The crappie bite has been fantastic under docks in the middle of the day and also after dark. Small jigs and spoons are catching fish as well as small minnows. The fish appear to be from 15 feet down up to the surface. The Norfork Lake level is falling about 3 inches per day with constant power generation. The current lake level is 564.59 feet msl. The surface water temperature is on the rise and was in the low 80s Tuesday morning. The main lake is clear with some of the coves slightly stained.

(updated 5-31-2018) Tom Reynolds of STR Outfitters said the fishing on Norfork Lake is on fire for the first two hours each morning. The stripers have moved off the banks and are roaming the deep channels in water depths ranging 50-150 feet. Tom says they are seeing each day the stripers now feeding on crawdads early and moving off the bottom and starting to chase shad once light appears. After the first two hours the fishing slows down and by the third hour it's over. In normal years you then would move to the flats and catch them feeding on the bottom, but that has not started. The lake is warming to now around 82 degrees and a thermocline has started. Each day they are seeing less topwater striper action. By the end of the week, Tom says, he does not expect to see any stripers feeding shallow. Right now they are catching them on weighted floats set a 30 and 38 feet, long lines with split shots set back 100 feet from the boat, and planer boards with the bait 20 feet behind the board. They have caught limits each day for the last 10 days, so now is a very good time to get on the lake. The stripers are moving down the lake as the water warms up. You should now find them at Robinson Point in the 40-50 feet of water near the bottom and in the deeper areas of Big Creek. The stripers will be feeding on crawdads. Start very shallow, then continue to move out till you find them. This pattern will occur all over the lake as the water continues to warm.

 

Norfork Tailwater

(updated 6-6-2018) John Berry of Berry Brothers Guide Service in Cotter (870-435-2169) said Norfork Lake fell 0.9 feet to rest at 7.7 feet above seasonal power pool of 556.7 feet msl and 16.5 feet below the top of flood pool. The Norfork had more generation and much less wadable water. Seasonal power pool has been reset for the lakes in the White River system. All of the lakes in the White River System are now above the top of power pool. With warmer weather and increased power demand for air conditioning, we can expect more generation in the near future. The water on the Norfork has cleared substantially and has fished much better. There have been some nice caddis hatches that have fished well. Navigate this stream with caution as things have changed a bit during flooding over the past year. There has been major gravel recruitment at the bottom of Mill Pond and the dock hole. The most productive flies have been small midge patterns (sizes 18, 20, 22) like ruby midges, root beer midges, zebra midges (black or red with silver wire and silver bead) and soft hackles (sizes 14, 16) like the Green Butt. Egg patterns have also been productive. Double-fly nymph rigs have been very effective. Try a small bead-headed nymph (zebra midge, Copper John or pheasant tail) suspended 18 inches below a brightly colored San Juan worm (hot fluorescent pink or cerise size 10). The fishing is better in the morning. John’s favorite rig has been a red fox squirrel nymph with a ruby midge dropper.
Dry Run Creek has cleared and is fishing better. The hot flies have been sowbugs (size 14), Y2Ks (size 12) and various colored San Juan worms (worm brown, red, hot fluorescent pink and cerise size 10).
John also said about Dry Run Creek, “One of the things that I enjoy the most is when my wife, Lori, and I get to work together. She is a great guide and I never worry about the job she is doing with our clients. She is a true professional. Last week we had an opportunity to guide four children on Dry Run Creek. Our friend Bob wanted to take his grandchildren fishing on Dry Run Creek. For him, it was a bucket list item that he had been talking to us about for years. This year was the perfect time.
“We met them at the Norfork National Fish Hatchery at 7:30 a.m. The kids already had their waders on and were ready to go. Bob put on his waders so that he could be in on the action. His son and daughter came along. All were carrying cameras and were ready to take some great photos of the kids catching fish.
“Lori and I were there a few minutes early. We put on our waders and got out the rods reels and three boat nets. We had rigged the rods the night before and we were ready to go. As soon as they got out of their cars, we headed to the river. There were no other anglers on the creek, so we had our choice of all the most productive spots. Lori took the granddaughter and the youngest grandson to her favorite spot. I took the other two grandsons and headed upstream to my favorite spot. The plan was for us to switch the kids at lunch so that we would each fish with all of them. Our goal was for each of them to land a trophy trout and get a good photo of it.
“The day went along pretty much as expected. None of the kids had much fishing experience. I tried to concentrate on one of the boys at a time with the other fishing nearby with Bob or his son aiding. At first, we lost some good fish but, as I coached them, they got better and better. Before the morning was over each boy had landed four or five trout and at least two or three trophies. Mom, Dad or Grandpa were on hand and took numerous photos of each and every trout.
“We had a big lunch on a picnic table overlooking the creek. Lori had done as well as I did and all of the kids had caught several trout and a few trophy fish. The kids talked about their success. Grandpa was very pleased with the results. After lunch we switched kids and returned to the creek. Now they were used to catching trout and did well.
“At the end of the day, we said goodbye and thanked Bob for the opportunity to fish with his grandchildren. On the drive home, Lori and I compared notes. We were surprised to learn that all of the trophy trout that we had landed were cutthroats. They are usually hard to come by, but on this day they were the predominate trout. Normally it is mostly rainbows, but on this day we only caught a few smaller ones. We had a great day and had an opportunity to work together and catch some nice fish with some nice kids. Life is good!”

 

Buffalo National River/Crooked Creek

(updated 6-6-2018) John Berry of Berry Brothers Guide Service in Cotter (870-435-2169) said the Buffalo National River and Crooked Creek are navigable. The smallmouths are active. John’s favorite fly is a Clouser minnow. Carefully check the water level before entering Crooked Creek or the Buffalo River. There are no dams on these streams. They both have large drainages and are prone to flooding during and following any rain event. The water can rise very quickly.


NORTHWEST ARKANSAS

Beaver Lake

As of Wednesday, the Army Corps of Engineers reports the lake’s elevation at 1,125.94 feet msl (normal conservation pool: 1,121.00 msl).

(updated 6-6-2018) Southtown Sporting Goods (479-443-7148) said the water is clear, and Beaver Lake still remains high, about 5 feet over normal pool. Surface water temperature is in the 80s. Fishing overall has been good. Bream reports range from fair to good. Use worms or crickets. Crappie reports also were fair to good. Anglers are trolling small crankbaits, or they are using minnows. Work near the shoreline for best results. Bass are fair. Get out early and fish for them on top. In the evening, switch to a soft bait. Spinnerbaits, crankbaits and plastic worms were all being used through the day. Anglers reported good response to a big crankbait. Catfishing is good using live bait. Fish around the rocky areas.

(updated 6-6-2018) Bailey’s Beaver Lake Guide Service (479-366-8664) says it continues to be topwater time. Get those topwater baits out and get those binoculars ready because stripers are on the move, and covering lots of water will be the key to success. Beaver Lake stripers are making their way north and are scattered throughout the lake. They are still using mouths of coves and the channel adjacent to shallow gravel bars. For you diehard live baiters, fishing free lines, balloons and downlines between the surface and about 20 feet deep should get you some stripers. For the artificial baits you can try trolling umbrella rigs with white or chartreuse jigs/grubs or plugs like Rapala No. 14 husky jerks in black back or purple back colors, or Smithwick Rogues in similar colors in 5-6-inch model on planer boards to stagger your presentation. Soft plastic swimbaits and jerkbaits like Flukes have been very effective for surfacing fish, and they are taking topwater plugs like C-10 Redfins as well. Water surface temps in the lower 80s. On the mid-sections of Beaver Lake, check out these hot spots: Point 1 (check the main lake points and humps), Point 3, Lost Bridge South, Point 4, Big Clifty, points 5 and 6 (topwater hot spots), Rambo Creek Arm, Rocky Branch, Ford and Cedar creeks (topwater hot spot; pay attention to where tree line intersects channel), Larue and Coppermine. Mike says the walleye spawn has ended and a large portion of the walleye are making their way back to the main lake and a good portion of them can be found suspended 10 feet down over 20-plus feet of water near structure. The post-spawn negative feeding mood is wearing off and they are beginning to get back on the feed. Most walleye are being caught in 20 feet of water or less. Use three-way rigging Rapalas in natural colors for clear water or chartreuse/orange and clown colors in areas of stained water. Try Rapala Tail Dancers, Bagley Rumble B's, Flicker Shad, Bandit 300 series and Arkie 350s in colors that include orange and chartreuse. Also try slow death rigs and spinner rigs on bottom bouncers in orange/chartreuse.

 

Beaver Tailwaters

(updated 5-31-2018) Guide Austin Kennedy (479-244-0039) said the trout bite has very good this week. Most trout are being caught between Spider Creek, Parker Bottoms and the U.S. Highway 62 bridge. Trout are biting on various quarter-ounce spoons and various Power Baits fished with light terminal tackle. The water temperatures in the area mentioned above have been between 55-65 degrees. A few walleye are being caught between Parker Bottoms and Spider Creek pulling various Rapalas and Berkley hard baits. Jigging will also produce walleye. The weather has been cool during the mornings but very warm in the afternoons. A few of the hot spots have been between Spider Creek and Highway 62 bridge. So get out there and catch some fish.

(updated 6-6-2018) Beaver Dam Store said bait fishermen are catching numbers of trout using PowerBait, nightcrawlers and waxworms. A customer weighed a 4.3-pound rainbow on Saturday (June 2). The Bertrand Ramp area has been fishing well. Fish upstream from Parker Bottoms in the Trophy Management Area as well as Campground C, Riverview walk-in areas as well as the turnaround. Always be attentive to rising water conditions. Nymphs and midges are working well along with white or olive PJ Jigs. Stocking occurred last week and fly-fishermen report good numbers of fish being caught. Typical good lures in this area are gold and silver Colorado spoons, red and gold Bouyant Spoons and Flicker Shad in Pro Series Nos. 4 and 5. Good PowerBait colors are white, red, orange, yellow chartreuse and peach. Good flies are pheasant tails, midges in blue dun, black, olive, hare’s ear, tungsten Copper Johns, WD 40s, Trout Magnets and San Juan worms.

Lake Fayetteville

(updated 6-6-2018) Lake Fayetteville Boat Dock (479-444-3476) said the clarity is clear and the water level earlier this week was low. Bream are excellent. You’ll catch them using redworms or crickets. Crappie are fair/slow. Try minnows or jigs. Bass reports have been good. Anglers are using crankbaits and working plastic worms. Catfishing is good. Use worms, blood bait, stink bait or chicken liver.

Lake Sequoyah

(updated 6-6-2018) Lake Sequoyah Boat Dock (479-444-3475) reports that the water temperature on Monday hit 89 degrees. The level and current are normal, and the clarity is dingy. Bream are good. They are in their beds. Throw worms or crickets. Crappie have moved into deep water and the bite is fair. Drop minnows or jigs. Bass are good and are hitting topwater plugs and spinnerbaits. Catfishing is fair on chicken livers or shad.

 

NORTHEAST ARKANSAS

Lake Poinsett

(updated 6-6-2018) Ome Coleman at Lake Poinsett State Park said there’s not been much change from last week. The weather has been really good for fishing. They are selling lots of crickets, which means that anglers are going after the bream. The bream taste great; just watch out for the bones. “We did not know about filleting fish when I was growing up (telling my age). We learned how to ‘spit out’ the bones,” Ome says. There is still a good amount of call for the minnows and goldfish. “Lake Poinsett State Park appreciates you for letting us know how well you are doing fishing.” While the lake is drawn down for repairs, there are several area lakes where the fishing is good. Check in with the state park for more info.

Crown Lake

(updated 6-6-2018) Boxhound Marina (870-670-4496) said the clarity is clear and the surface water temperature is ranging from the low to mid-80s. Level and current are normal. Bream are good on redworms. Crappie are good on minnows, with the bite in deep water, about 15 feet. Bass are fair, with the best bite coming early in the morning and late in the day. Use spinnerbaits or crankbaits. Catfish appear to be spawning and the fishing for them has been poor.

Spring River

(updated 6-6-2018) Mark Crawford with springriverfliesandguides.com (870-955-8300) said water levels are running at 375 cfs (350 average) and water clarity has been mostly clear. The river is looking great. Lots of bugs hatching. Bead-head nymphs like a pheasant tail or hare’s ear in sizes 10-12 are working well for numbers. Catching some bigger trout on Woollies in olive and brown. Hot pink Trout Magnets are always productive for catching trout and smallies on the Spring River.
Mark added that the month of June has a lot going on at the Jim Hinkle Fish Hatchery. On June 9 from 9-2 p.m. there will be a free fishing derby for kids age 15 and under. Fishing Fridays at the Hatchery will be June 22, June 29, July 6, July 13 from 9-11 a.m., which means free fishing for anglers 6-15 years old along with fishing skill instructions. Limit of three rainbow trout. Children must be accompanied by an adult and bring their own fishing equipment. No live bait. Anglers are encouraged to register for the Fishing Fridays by calling the hatchery at 870-625-7521.

 

(updated 6-6-2018) John Berry of Berry Brothers Guide Service in Cotter (870-435-2169) said the Spring River is navigable. This is a great place to wade fish when they are running water on the White and Norfork rivers. Canoe season is here and there are many boats on the river. Be sure to wear cleated boots and carry a wading staff. There is a lot of bedrock that can get very slick. The hot flies have been olive Woolly Buggers with a bit of flash (size 10), cerise and hot pink San Juan worms (size 10) and Y2Ks (size 10).

White River

(updated 6-6-2018) Triangle Sports (870-793-7122) said the water is murky. The level is ranging high to normal. Crappie are fair. Look for them around the brush piles and fish minnows or crappie jigs. Bass are fair and hitting plastic worms and jigs. Bream reports have been poor. Catfishing is poor. The walleye bite is poor.

 

SOUTHEAST ARKANSAS

Arkansas River (Pool 2)

(updated 6-6-2018) Webb’s Sporting Goods (870-946-0186) in DeWitt said that in the Arkansas River below Dam No. 2, catfish are biting very well on cut bait when water is generating. In the Arkansas River between Dam No. 2 and Dam No. 3, catfish are biting very good off sandbars on minnows. Largemouth bass are biting well along rocks and cover where water is running though. Crappie are slow but are biting around pilings, very deep.
In the White River WMA, fish are biting in some lakes. Crappie are biting on jigs, in brushtops. Bream are biting very well on crickets. “Reservoir fishing in our area right now is excellent for all species of fish. We have seen a big increase in minnows and crickets sales the last two weeks. Come see us if you’re around DeWitt.”

Arkansas River (Pine Bluff Pool)

(updated 6-6-2018) The University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff Bass Fishing Team said water temps are in the mid- to upper 80s by the end of the day in most parts. Visibility is a little over 1 foot in protected areas of Lake Langhofer and just under a foot on the main channel with light flow. Black bass are biting fairly well on shad-colored square-bill and medium-diving crankbaits on the current side of main channel jetties. While many of these fish are small, you will occasionally find a large fish mixed in. White bass and drum are thick in these areas as well; always be ready for a bite. Bites are harder to get in heavily pressured Lake Langhofer but larger fish are more common. Fish can be caught from offshore brush piles using Zoom Finesse Worms and crankbaits run over and around the tops.

 

Cane Creek Lake

(updated 6-6-2018) Park Interpreter Austin Davidson at Cane Creek State Park said Warm temperatures and sunny days have caused Cane Creek Lake to warm up. Many species of fish are taking that as a sign to move into deeper waters and shaded areas. Bream are the exception. They are right at home laying on beds in shallow water warm enough to be in a bathtub. Fish worms casted 20-30 foot away from your position. The fish are skittish, so don’t tight line it. Cast your bait out and slowly drag it across beds to persuade aggressive fish to attack your hook. Crickets are working better on the bream species that prefer cooler water. Take your cricket to shaded areas along banks, cypress brakes, or the edge of lily pad fields. Bass are taking advantage of the cooler morning and evening. Use a hollow frog drug across the tops of lily pads before “hopping” off into open water. A soft plastic bait fished near structure on shaded banks may also lead to successful catches. Catfish are still waking up later in the day and on into the night. Large blues and taking up residence in hollows along the banks. Fish pungent baits near shallow water (shallower than 8 foot) to get the heavy fish to bite.

Lake Chicot

(updated 5-24-2018) Brandy Oliver at Lake Chicot State Park (870-265-9705) said anglers are reporting excellent luck, especially with crappie and catfish. The best spots seem to be along the shoreline. A wide range of bait has been successful, from minnows to canned corn. Bass are hitting spinnerbaits. The fish were biting better during the cooler parts of the day and overnight. Trotlines were also successful during the morning hours.

 

Lake Monticello

(updated 6-6-2018) Angler Chris Van Duren at Lucky’s of Monticello says bass fishing is fair, but you need to be fishing in the early morning. Bass are being caught in a depth of about 20 feet, with most activity near the creek channel. Use a crankbait or fish with shad or XD-22s. There was also some topwater action, Chris reports. Crappie reports were poor, and no other reports came in.

 

SOUTHWEST ARKANSAS

Millwood Lake

As of Wednesday, the Army Corps of Engineers reports the lake’s elevation at 259.48 feet msl (normal conservation pool: 259.20 msl).

(updated 6-6-2018) Mike Siefert at Millwood Lake Guide Service said the lake level is near normal, at about 3 inches above normal conservation pool and falling (as of Monday) at 259.4 feet msl; and the discharge was near 175 cfs in Little River according to the Army Corps of Engineers. The tailwater below the dam and gates as of Monday remains very low, about 225 feet msl. Water temps continued improving over the past week. Surface temps Monday ranged near 82 degrees early to 87 degrees later under full sun, depending on location. Clarity and visibility continue improving over the past week, but remain stained in places, especially up river. The main lake and lower sections of Little River continue to improve, are not quite as stained or muddy as the upper regions of Little River and Saline River. As of Monday on main lake structure away from current, clarity & visibility is moderate stain, ranging 10-15 inches. Little River's visibility ranges 10-12 inches with heavy to moderate stain, depending on location and current. The oxbow's clarity currently ranging 20-30 inches depth of visibility depending on location. Clarity and visibility can change dramatically on Millwood in just a few hours with high winds, rain, or thunderstorms. Continue to use caution in navigation on Little River and Millwood watching for random, broken, or floating timber.
The best activity levels for largemouth bass over the past week have been from dawn to around 10 a.m., then the bite shuts off until almost dusk. Best baits drawing reactions over the past week or so have been square-bill crankbaits, chatterbaits, soft plastic frogs and Bass Assassin Shads on a light wire hook working in new lily pad growth. Best color of frogs have been black and June Bug in new lily pads. War Eagle Spinnerbaits in white/chartreuse, Spot Remover, Firecracker or Firetiger colors continue working randomly around flooded brush and new emerging vegetation for 2- to 4-pound bass. Switching over to Arballo Chatterbaits, slow-rolling off points and creekmouths dumping into Little River around 9-15 feet, will yield the bigger bass. Males can still be caught relatively shallow around new vegetation and lily pads. StutterSteps, Spit'n Images, Ken Pops, Pop-R's and buzzbaits are beginning to draw random reactions from post-spawn largemouths around vegetation and new pads. Shallow-running square-bill 2.0 & 3.0 S-cranks and Echo 1.75s, deflecting and banging/deflecting them off stumps from 7-12 feet deep, will take some random, post-spawn bass around 15-18-inches in length. Working cranks in a stop-and-go, slow retrieve will draw a better reaction than fast retrieves. Hog Craws in black and blue flake, Brush Hogs, Beaver Bugs and Magnum 4-inch Gitzit tubes continue working for deeper into the creek channels. Best colors for the past couple of weeks working best have been South African Special, PB&J, Watermelon Candy, black/blue and black neon. Heavy, big, bulky 10-12-inch worms are picking up a few random reactions from largemouths in creek channels, creek mouths dumping into Little River and points along Little River. Berkley Power Worms, and Zoom Ole Monster 10-12-inch worms in black grape, plum, red shad, June Bug red, blackberry and green pumpkin colors have been drawing random reactions from lethargic, post-spawn largemouths along steeper vertical washouts, ledges and stairsteps along Little River and near creekmouth junctions, points and intersecting feeder creeks dumping into Little River.
Mike says there have been no reports on the nomad white bass this week; they are on the move along Little River. “We are still searching for the whites this week,” he said. Crappie were biting jigs and minnows near standing timber and planted brush piles 12-15 feet deep. Over the past couple of weeks, crappie were very aggressively hitting on jigs and minnows both to deeper drops 14-15 feet of depth near standing timber. They have been located by vertically jigging minnows or with Arkie Jigs in standing timber in 10-15 feet of depth. Channel cats and blues were fair up to 6 pounds on trotlines set 10-12 feet deep in Little River with chicken livers, gizzards and hearts and using chum blood baits near set trotlines – before the Corps cut the discharge rate back. Almost/virtually no current exists along Little River this week and has slowed the cat bite down considerably. A few guys told us they were doing OK on yo-yos hung from cypress trees using cut shad and buffalo in Mud Lake near the back, in 8-9 feet under the cypress tree limbs. Be sure and check the most recent lake level of Millwood Lake on the guide service’s website helpful links page, or at the Army Corps of Engineers website, for updated gate release changes and inflow rates with rising and falling lake levels and conditions.

 

Lake Columbia

(updated 6-6-2018) Sportsman’s One Stop in El Dorado (870-863-7248) said bream are biting. No report on bass and crappie.


Lake Greeson Tailwater (Little Missouri River)
Visit www.littlemissouriflyfishing.com for a daily update on fishing conditions.

Lake Greeson

As of Wednesday, the Army Corps of Engineers reports the lake’s elevation was 546.63 feet msl (full pool: 548.00 feet msl).

(updated 6-6-2018) Jason Lenderman with JL Guide Service (870-490-0804) said the lake level is about a foot and a half below full pool of 548 feet msl and holding pretty steady. Water temps have made it to the mid- to upper 80s. The bass are moving to their summertime patterns. Right now, a lot of these bass are on secondary points leading into and out of spawning pockets in search of bream. They can be caught using Booyah Buzzbaits, Super Spook Jr’s, and the new Booyah Toadrunner. Windy days are good for Booyah Spinnerbaits or Smithwick Rogues in windy pockets and points. Super Spook Jr’s are starting to see some action on main lake points. Shaky head worms are working well on main lake points as well. Night fishing has been decent lately using Booyah Spinnerbaits or Yum Ribbontail worms. Crappie are great and can be caught in 15-25 feet of brush with minnows.

 

DeGray Lake
As of Wednesday, the Army Corps of Engineers reports the lake’s elevation was 406.35 feet msl (flood pool: 408.00 feet msl).

(updated 6-6-2018) Local angler George Graves said surface water temperature is in the mid-80s and the lake is clear throughout. Bass fishing is good early in the morning even before sunrise. With this hot weather and warm water the bite doesn't last too long. Look for surface feeding fish at mid-lake down to points 4 and 2. Throw surface plugs such as Zara Spooks and Pop-R's. Also try soft plastic swimbaits and Flukes. Later in the day look for fish farther uplake between Caddo Drive and Shouse Ford and throw Texas-rigged worms across main lake points. Try 4-inch Finesse Worm in green pumpkin and red shad. Crappie fishing is fair with most fish now on the main lake attractors at about 20 feet. Throw a 2-inch Kalin's Grub in Tennessee Shad on a 1/16-ounce jighead across the brush and count it down to about 10 or 12 feet. Slow-roll it back, paying careful attention to your line and rod tip because the bites are very subtle. Look for attractors between Caddo Drive and Shouse Ford. The AGFC is supposed to drop attractors this month mostly in the lower end of the lake. Opinion has it that the attractors should be placed at mid-lake between Edgewood and Alpine Ridge. It seems that there just aren't many crappie in the lower end. Hybrid fishing is fair with some schooling activity early in the morning between Edgewood and Point 4. Look for "breaking" fish and throw small topwater plugs or 4-inch swimbaits. When the fish go down, try casting spoons fished up under the fish. Also try trolling the small umbrella loaded with 3-inch swimbaits or curly tail grubs in white. Bream fishing is good with some big fish starting to show. Most any shallow cove with some cover will hold fish. Fish fairly shallow, at 5-8 feet, and look for bedding fish. Just move along until the schools are located. Try redworms or crickets.
George is one of the Fishing Report’s best “watchable wildlife” tipsters in the DeGray area, and for an aside there, he suggests heading up Brushy Creek early in the morning, about sunrise, and you will probably see an eagle – with any luck, maybe two or three. It seems a few eagles spend the summer in that area, he says.

 

(updated 6-6-2018) John Duncan of YoYoGuideService.com at Iron Mountain Marina said, “Boy it was sure nice to get a couple of days with cooler air. But with any change in the weather, Mother Nature shows her strength and attitude. The cooler weather seems to have slowed the hybrid surfacing down some. They are spotty on the surface. You can see lots of them on your electronics around Iron Mountain and the dam. The trick is to get them to bite.” He says spoons are not working well. Trolling crankbaits the run 15 feet or better will get a few hits, but live bait is the best bet. The water has cooled from 88.7 degrees down to 85 Monday and that seems to have kept them deeper. They should be surfacing in the next day or two with the heat returning. Bream are still on some of the beds in the shallow water in the back of the coves. Use your electronics to find the “waffle signs” on the bottom and stand off and cast to them with drop-shot or bobber and sinker. Many have moved out to the brush piles, also. The problem with the brush piles is that there are many small bream. They can be found from Caddo Bend to Point Cedar. Getting good reports on crappie spider-rigging. Not sure on depth or location though. Crappie can be found from mid-lake to Point Cedar in brush piles 18 feet deep or deeper. Fish slow and be patient. Some big ones coming in. Sorry, no report on black bass. The lake is at 406.35 feet msl and pretty steady as of Tuesday. Look for the wind to change Wednesday and things will change again. Good fishing to you.

(updated 6-6-2018) Capt. Darryl Morris at Family Fishing Trips said the crappie have slowed down but the whites and hybrids are schooling and feeding at first light.

 

De Queen Lake

As of Wednesday, the Army Corps of Engineers reports the lake’s elevation was 437.51 feet msl (flood pool: 437.00 feet msl).

No reports.

Dierks Lake

As of Wednesday, the Army Corps of Engineers reports the lake’s elevation was 525.92 feet msl (flood pool: 526.00 feet msl).

No reports.

SOUTH-CENTRAL ARKANSAS

White Oak Lake

(updated 5-31-2018) White Oak Lake State Park (870-685-2748) reports that White Oak Lake is just above normal pool this week. White Oak Lake State Park has been selling out of worms, minnows and crickets for the last couple of days. Bream are biting worms and crickets at depths of 3-6 feet deep around stumps and trees. Catfish are staying in deeper parts of the lake near the levee systems and channel markers where water depths go to 15-20 feet. Bass are hitting on topwater baits such as buzzbaits, spinnerbaits, frogs and jerkbaits. Crappie have slowed down a bit, moving to deeper water and heading to brush piles with anglers use minnows and jigs to lure them out.

 

Felsenthal

(updated 6-6-2018) Sportsman’s One Stop in El Dorado (870-863-7248) said the water level is normal now. Bass are a little slow. Bream are biting well on crickets. Crappie are slow. The Ronald McDonald Big Bass Tournament will be going on this weekend.

 

 

WEST-CENTRAL ARKANSAS

Hot Springs Village Area Lakes

(updated 6-6-2018) Greeson Marine of Hot Springs, hometown dealer of the Arkansas born-and-bred Xpress aluminum and all-welded fishing boats, reports that Village lake temps are in the low to mid-80s throughout. Water clarity is clear with visibility up to 8 feet. With the huge amounts of emergent grass that have formed in the lakes, it is no surprise that topwater frogs and Whopper Ploppers for largemouth and spotted bass are dominating the fishing report. Some fish are being taken on the normal summer deep patterns like drop-shot rigs with watermelon Trick Worms and deep-diving cranks in shad colors but it’s hard to not have a blast throwing topwater presentations – especially when they are cranked up like they have been. Catfish are hot on live baits, hot dogs, cheese and Grandma’s leftover pot roast. Fish for them on the drop-offs. Have fun and good luck!

Lake Atkins

(updated 6-6-2018) Lucky Landing (479-641-7615) said the water is finally clearing up. The lake was fertilized in early May and that usually clouds it up. The water level is normal. Fishing remains slow. Bream are fair but seem to be picking up. Throw worms or crickets their way. Crappie are fair/slow, but there is activity in deep water. Use minnows or jigs. Bass are fair. The best success is coming on spinnerbaits or crankbaits. Catfish reports have been poor. Things should really begin picking up into June here.

 

Lake Bailey (Petit Jean State Park)

Whiskers Sporting Goods (501-889-2011) had no report.

Lake Catherine
For weekly flow releases from Carpenter Dam, visit www.entergy.com/hydro.

(updated 6-6-2018) Greeson Marine, hometown dealer of the Arkansas-born-and-bred Xpress aluminum all-welded fishing boat, reports that Lake Catherine temps are in the high 80s throughout with water clarity of 4 feet or more. The fishing report recently has been on a downward trend. Bass and walleye are fair on main lake points with shad-colored cranks and soft plastics like craws and ribbon-tail worms in watermelon or watermelon seed colors. If you are fishing for bass you will likely boat a walleye. No report on bream or crappie.

Lake Catherine (Below Carpenter Dam)

For weekly flow releases from Carpenter Dam, visit www.entergy.com/hydro.

(updated 6-6-2018) Shane Goodner, owner of Catch’em All Guide Service, reports that rainbow trout fishing is excellent as thousands of quality trout are thriving in the tailrace. Bank fishermen are catching limits of fish using PowerBaits, waxworms and mealworms, redworms, and corn fished just off the bottom with a marshmallow floater. Spin fishermen casting small jigs, Super Dupers and Little Cleos in silver or white are recording limits of trout during periods of current or slack water. Fly-fishermen can still access areas that hold good numbers of rainbow trout and can be successful presenting Trout Magnets in white or pink, micro-jigs in black, or San Juan worms in red or hot pink with a strike indicator. The walleye spawn is over but numbers of fish remain in the tailrace feeding on shad. The majority of fish are being caught by trolling shallow-running stick baits that imitate small minnows or crawfish. Carolina rigs tipped with nightcrawlers have taken the largest fish at night. White bass are making a run toward the dam, with numbers being taken from the bank by anglers casting Flukes and Rapala jerkbaits in a black/silver combination. Crappie have finished their spawning run and are still being caught on small jigs and live minnows around rock structure and sandbars close to the main river channel. Anyone navigating the Carpenter Dam tailrace should be aware of the generation schedules and must always follow all boating and park regulations.

Lake Dardanelle

(updated 5-24-2018) Charles Morrison at Classic Catch Guide Service (479-647-9945) said water temperature is 84. Water clarity in the river is dirty with some clear creeks and some stained. Largemouth bass have been good. Resident fish have been good on frogs and chiselers; river fish have been good in the grass with scam shad, jigs and Bamboozie. Fish on drops have been good with crankbaits and spinnerbaits; brush pile fish have been good with jigs and crankbaits. Crappie have been good in the creeks around stumps with chartreise jigs and chartreuse/black. White bass have been good on main river points around the current break; use white jigs, small swimbaits, crankbaits and spoons. Stripers are still in the creeks working the way out to the river. They are holding in the deeper holes and hitting Rat-L-Traps, spinnerbaits, and scam shad used as a trailer on a chatterbait. Bream have been good in the creeks and the river around brush and stumps on the mudflats; use worms, crickets and small jigs. Catfish have been good in the creeks on worms and grasshoppers and small perch; the river fish are still hanging around mudflats, and cut bait, shad, skipjack and perch have been good bait.

 

Lake Hamilton

(updated 6-6-2018) Lisa’s Bait Shop in Benton said the big bream have been doing well on crickets.

(updated 5-24-2018) Capt. Darryl Morris at Family Fishing Trips said crappie are finally moving in to spawn in greater numbers than before. Water temp is 65. Catch the staging females 8-10 feet deep on brush piles. Males are on the beds making and protecting the future catch. Spotted bass are roaming the coves and shoreline chasing threadfin shad like MS13 gang members. Casting jigs and inline spinners work great.

Lake Nimrod

As of Wednesday, the Army Corps of Engineers reports the lake’s elevation was 345.24 feet msl (full pool: 342.00 feet msl).

(updated 6-6-2018) Andrews Bait Shop and More (479-272-4025) said crappie are literally jumping in the boat on Nimrod. They will bite anything. The reports are excellent, with minnows and jigs both working. Expect them to bite at about 8 feet depth. Bream are good in the shallows. They are biting in 3-5 feet depth on redworms. Bass are good on crankbaits. Catfishing is good using nightcrawlers. White bass reports have been poor.

 

(updated 6-6-2018) Good Ole Boys Trading Post (479-272-4710) said the water is clear and at a normal level. No temperature was recorded. The crappie bite is good. Bream reports are poor. Bass are good on crankbaits and topwater plugs. Catfishing is good using worms and blood bait.

(updated 6-6-2018) Lisa Spencer at Lisa’s Bait Shop in Benton says she has been told that anglers were pulling some slab crappie out of Nimrod on No. 6 crappie minnows.

Lake Ouachita

NOTICE: The AGFC will hold two public meetings in June to discuss a new Lake Ouachita fisheries management plan. Both meetings will run from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the Hot Springs Convention Center. The Fisheries Division is asking all anglers who like to fish Lake Ouachita to attend the meetings for the purpose of drafting a new fisheries plan, which will serve as a guideline for the Lake Ouachita fishery for the next five years. The first meeting, on Thursday, June 7, will be an open house will displays about the lake’s largemouth bass sampling, Florida bass genetics work, the lake’s creel survey, the completed statewide angler survey by the AGFC and the Lake Ouachita striped bass and crappie sampling results. The public will be able to interact with AGFC biologists at different stations about their ideas. The second meeting, on June 26, will be presentation of the new plan.

As of Wednesday, the Army Corps of Engineers reports the lake’s elevation was 576.89 feet msl (full pool: 578.00 feet msl).

(updated 6-6-2018) Lisa Spencer at Lisa’s Bait Shop in Benton (501-778-6944) said that reports are that anglers are catching huge bream on crickets.

(updated 5-31-2018) Tom Duke of US97 said on the Trader Bill's Outdoor Sports report that the bream spawn has started. The full moon is at its peak May 29 and 3-4 days on either side of the full moon, the fishing is traditionally fantastic in Ouachita and the other area lakes. He also said that the topwater fishing on Lake Ouachita is outstanding now. Last weekend, Tom says, he and his group fished topwater always. Not all of the bass were bit, but all day long they were catching fish on the topwater lures.

(updated 5-31-2018) Todd Gadberry at Mountain Harbor Resort and Spa (870-867-2191/800-832-2276 out of state) says black bass are still very good. Creature baits, worms, black spinners at night and Zara Spooks during the day are all still working well. Walleye are good. Try trolling a Flicker Shad or using a CC Spoon near brush for these fish. Stripers are very good on live bait. Major creek mouths and main lake points on the central part of the lake are the best for these fish. Bream are still excellent and being caught on crickets and worms in 8-15 feet water near brush. Crappie are good and being caught on minnows or jigs in 15-18 feet of water near structure. Catfish are very good. Cut bait, live bait and stink bait are all producing good bags. Water temperature is ranging 76-80 degrees and the clarity is clear. The level is slightly below full pool. Contact the Mountain Harbor guides – Mike Wurm, 501-622-7717; Chris Darby, 870-867-7822; and Jerry Bean, 501-282-6104 – for more information.

 

Blue Mountain Lake
As of Wednesday, the Army Corps of Engineers reports the lake’s elevation was 387.12 feet msl (full pool: 384.00 feet msl).

No reports.

EAST ARKANSAS

Cook’s Lake

(updated 5-25-2018) The AGFC’s Wil Hafner at Cook’s Lake Conservation and Education Center (870-241-3373) said black bass should be hitting any soft plastics around the bases of the cypress trees. Texas-rigged worms or soft plastic swimbaits should get the best results. Crappie should be along the channel or on the edges of the deeper cypress trees. Try white/chartreuse or black/chartreuse jigs. Bluegill are spawning and can be caught on crickets or night crawlers in the shallow flats or at the base of cypress trees.
Cook’s Lake is a 2.5 mile long oxbow off of the White River, nestled in the heart of the Dale Bumpers White River National Wildlife Refuge near Casscoe in Arkansas County. This fertile oxbow receives very little fishing pressure due to being used only for education purposes and youth and mobility impaired fishing. The scenic lake is full of slab crappie, giant bluegills, largemouth bass and catfish of all species. Cook’s Lake will be open to fishing on Saturday, June 2, from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m., and will be open the first and third Saturdays of every month through October, water level pending. Cook’s Lake is open to fishing for youth under 16 or mobility impaired, and up to two helpers (who may also fish). Fish from the 140-foot mobility-impaired accessible dock or launch a boat, but we ask for trolling motors only. Before launching, please check in at the Conservation Education Center, and report back before leaving. For information or unscheduled closures, please contact the center at 870-241-3373.

 

Horseshoe Lake

(updated 6-6-2018) Professional guide Ronnie Tice of Horseshoe Lake Guide Service (901-687-6800) had no report.

Bear Creek Lake

(updated 5-31-2018) Natalie Faughn, ranger at Mississippi River State Park (870-295-4040), said Bear Creek Lake is still having positive bream and bass activity. If you can get your boat out, the bream are biting in medium depth water and the bass are hiding out in treetops around the shoreline. Anglers can also access the park’s fishing pier, where they have been bringing in the crappie. Live bait and artificial bait alike seem to be working – crankbaits are being reported on bass. The days are heating up, so we’re seeing most of our activity in the morning and evening hours.

Storm Creek Lake

(updated 5-31-2018) Natalie Faughn, ranger at Mississippi River State Park (870-295-4040), said Storm Creek Lake water is finally starting to clear up. No major reports on activity; however, it looks like the chances for scoring a bite are higher now than they have been. Keep on trying! Natalie adds, “Remember, Mississippi River State Park has all of your bait needs. We sell artificial and live bait including worms, crickets, and shad. Also, the park has flat bottom boats available for rental on Bear Creek Lake. Feel free to call the park for more details at the number listed above.

 

 

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