CASH, AR (KAIT) - Cash police say a suspicious vehicle at a gas station turned out to be stolen, resulting in the arrest of a 22-year-old Paragould resident.
On Tuesday, Dec. 5, Officer Ken Boling was on patrol when he noticed a "suspicious vehicle" in the parking lot of the Jordan's Quick Mart.
"Upon running the license plate on his computer, he received a prompt of the vehicle being stolen out of Garland County, Arkansas," court documents state.
Boling confirmed the car was stolen through dispatch.
"At this time, officer Boling conducted a traffic stop in the parking lot and removed Bradley G. Blair from the vehicle and placed him in cuffs," the affidavit states.
A VIN check of the car confirmed the vehicle was stolen.
Blair was arrested on suspicion of theft by receiving, driving on a suspended license, and no liability insurance.
A judge found probable cause to charge him with those counts in court Wednesday.
Blair's bond was set at $1,500. He'll appear in court again on Jan. 29.
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