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Wynne man faces four counts of felony charges

Jody Lynn Forrester (Source: Cross County Jail) Jody Lynn Forrester (Source: Cross County Jail)

CROSS COUNTY, AR (KAIT) – A Wynne man was arrested Thursday on Multiple Felony Charges.

35-year-old Jody Lynn Forrester was charged with Criminal Trespassing, First degree Criminal Mischief, Theft of Property, and Residential Burglary.

Forrester's bond was set at $5,000.

He is currently being held at the Cross County Jail.

This isn't the first time Forrester has been behind bars in Cross County, he was arrested two years ago on similar charges.

Click here for his previous arrest in drug charges.

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