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Multiple people arrested following Bald Knob drug bust

(Source: Central Arkansas Drug Task Force via Faceook) (Source: Central Arkansas Drug Task Force via Faceook)
(Source: Central Arkansas Drug Task Force via Facebook) (Source: Central Arkansas Drug Task Force via Facebook)
BALD KNOB, AR (KAIT) -

The Central Arkansas Drug Task Force spent Tuesday helping the Bald Knob Police Department arrest several people on drug warrants.

According to a Facebook post made by the group, the arrests were due to illegal sales and methamphetamine distributions across the Bald Knob area.

The arrests come after a year-long investigation.

The following were arrested and each faces the following counts:

  • Jennifer Kohler, 44, Bald Knob: 1 count of delivery of methamphetamine
  • Roger Kidd, 55, Bald Knob: 1 count of delivery of methamphetamine
  • Billy Cooper, 55, Bald Knob:  2 counts of delivery of methamphetamine, possession of a controlled substance, and possession of drug paraphernalia
  • John McFarland, 47, Bald Knob: 1 count of delivery of methamphetamine
  • Anita Winemiller, 52, Bald Knob:  1 count of delivery of methamphetamine
  • Jeffery Durby, 44, Bald Knob: 1 count delivery of methamphetamine, 2 counts of endangering the welfare of a minor, absconder parole warrant, possession of a controlled substance, and possession of drug paraphernalia 
  • Carala Waggner, Bald Knob: possession of drug paraphernalia
  • Megan Patterson: outstanding misdemeanor warrants
  • Brian Stone: outstanding misdemeanor warrants

The following suspects have active warrants for their arrest:

  • Kenneth Warr, 48, Searcy: 2 counts of conspiracy to deliver methamphetamine
  • Tiege Rodgers, 42, Searcy: 2 counts of delivery of methamphetamine
  • Alicia Reeves, 28, Bald Knob: 1 count of delivery of methamphetamine
  • Timothy McGough, 29, Pleasant Plains: 4 counts of delivery of methamphetamine
  • Jessica Eddy, 39, Heber Springs: 1 count of delivery of methamphetamine
  • Trent Lure, 18, Bald Knob: 1 count of delivery of methamphetamine
  • Cynthia Bolding, 59, Bald Knob: 1 count of delivery of methamphetamine

Anyone with any additional information regarding this case can contact the Central Arkansas Drug Task Force at 870-279-1006.

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