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Second search in a month, four drug arrests in Heber Springs

HEBER SPRINGS, AR (KAIT)- Four people are behind bars in the Cleburne Co. Detention Center after a search yields drugs and drug paraphernalia at a home in Heber Springs.

For the second time in January, the same house at 406 West Walnut St. in Heber Springs was searched. The warrant was served on January 23rd by deputies from the Cleburne Co. Sheriff's Office, Arkansas State Troopers, and officers from the Heber Springs Police Department.

Officers found several items used in the consumption of methamphetamines and about seven grams of a substance that field tested positive for methamphetamines.

John Fredrick Sparks, 55, has his bond set at $30,000. Cathy Campbell, 39, has a bond set at $10,000. Patrick Murray, 47, has a bond set at $10,000. Vincent Waldron, 34, is being held with a bond set at $10,000.

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