Police: Armed man causes disturbance at Walmart | News

JONESBORO – Police were called to a Walmart Supercenter Thursday night, where staff said a man caused a disturbance after the store refused to give him a refund. He had a 9mm pistol in his pocket, they said.

He also had something else “hidden” in his “private part”, Agent Jeremy Parnell of the 2nd Judicial District Drug Task Force.

This triggered a charge that could potentially land Alan Lee Dobbins, 27, of Jonesboro, a possible life sentence.

Craighead County’s District Judge Tommy Fowler found a possible reason on Friday for accusing Dobbins of co-possessing drugs and firearms, as well as possession of 2.2 grams of methamphetamine. He put the bond at $ 150,000.

Prison guards found the meth during the Dobbins booking process at the Craighead County Detention Center, Parnell said. Dobbins are due to appear in Craighead County Circuit Court on April 29th.

The judge also found a likely cause of crime and found bonds for the following:

Amanda L. Bolin, 32, of Jonesboro;; Criminal possession of meth and drug paraphernalia and misdemeanors in possession of drug paraphernalia; 4,500 USD bond.

Andrew Lee Bishop, 32, from Jonesboro, Possession of 6 grams of meth, possession of cocaine, and both crime and misdemeanor possession of drug paraphernalia; 7,500 USD bond.

Kimberly Burton, 39, of Jonesboro;; Crimes in possession of drug paraphernalia and crimes against arrest; 3,500 USD bond.

Donna Gail Carpenter, 57, of Jonesboro; Felony possession of 7 grams of meth and possession of drug paraphernalia and misdemeanor possession of clonazepam and alprozalam and drug paraphernalia; 4,500 USD bond.

Amber Corder, 37, of Bono; Possession of meth and drug paraphernalia and no proof of liability insurance; $ 7,500 bond.

Charles James Dalton, 29, of Pocahontas; Felony drug paraphernalia and misdemeanor possession of an illegal steroid, no driver’s license and driving without lights; 4,500 USD bond.

Brian Irving Gollatt, age and address not available;; Meth owned, $ 1,500 bond.

Lawrence Harden, 41, of Jonesboro; Suspended possession of cocaine and misdemeanors, possession of marijuana and driving with a driver’s license; 7,500 USD bond.

Felicia Shawn Johnston, 43, of Kennett, Mo., Possession of an illegible firearm, criminal possession of a firearm and possession of drug paraphernalia and misdemeanors for driving with a driver’s license and interfering with government operations; $ 45,000 bond.

Melisssa Malone, 57, from JonesboroPossession of drug paraphernalia; issued a bond worth $ 20,000.

Mario Antonio Mason, 39, from Jonesboro, Theft of a vehicle valued at more than $ 5,000; $ 25,000 bond.

Christopher Dale Pankey, 40, from Trumann;; Possession of meth; deposited a $ 1,000 bond.

Charlie Ray Partain, 18, of Forrest City; Theft by receiving a debit card and misdemeanor fraudulent use of a debit car; $ 25,000 bond.

Marcia C. Pope, 54, from Jonesboro, Possession of meth and drug paraphernalia; 1,500 USD bond.

Columbus C. Robinson, 34, of Jonesboro; Possession of meth and both crime and misdemeanor possession of drug paraphernalia; $ 50,000 bond.

Joseph William Rowden, 26, of Jonesboro;; Possession of meth and utensils; $ 15,000 bond.

Carey Schrachta, 48, homeless;; Possession of drug paraphernalia; $ 15,000 bond.

Brandon Sisler, 34, of Jonesboro; Possession of 3.5 grams of meth and possession of drug paraphernalia; $ 35,000 bond.

John Spiker, 53, of Jonesboro; Possession of drug paraphernalia and offenses when using a driver’s license without liability insurance; booked bond.

Brandon Lee Release, 31, of Harrisburg; Crimes in possession of drug paraphernalia and tampering with evidence and misdemeanors involving marijuana, dangerous driving, and fictional tags; 7,500 USD bond.

Carolyn Walker, 50, homeless; Possession of meth and manipulation of physical evidence and misdemeanor possession of marijuana; $ 25,000 bond.

Man reports stolen weapon

JONESBORO – A Jonesboro man told police he was driving a sport utility vehicle with another man on Thursday afternoon when the man stole his gun and forced him out of the vehicle.

The American Tactical AR pistol, caliber .223, was valued at $ 700. The incident occurred around 6:30 p.m. on Nisbett Street and Jefferson Avenue.

Police also investigated a report Thursday that someone got into a women’s car on the 700 block of Vine Street and stole a wallet containing personal information and a prepaid debit card.

Also on Wednesday, a woman told police that her pre-loaded business incentive debit card had been stolen from her home.

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