Posts Tagged ‘Pine Bluff’

Mcdonalds And Coke Team Up To Give Away Tickets For The Essence Festival 2015 (Photos)

Saturday, June 6th, 2015

Sonta James from 102.1, is in Pine Bluff at McDonalds On Olive, giving away tickets for the 2015 Essence Festival

   
        

Check Out Desserts By Derek Urquhart

Wednesday, May 27th, 2015

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Derek Urquhart, owner resides in Pine Bluff, Arkansas. Derek Urquhart lives and breathes in the sweet and artistic world of pastry art, where flavor and color come to life in his wonderful wedding cakes, sugar sculptures, custom cakes, and tasty miniature desserts for all occasions.

Derek Urquhart Facebook Page

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Check Out Briggs BBQ, Cooking & Catering

Tuesday, May 26th, 2015

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Briggs BBQ, Cooking & Catering Southern Restaurant · Barbecue Restaurant

20th & Olive
Pine Bluff, Arkansas
(870) 718-9769

Prescription Drug Sweep, Names Released of Dozens Charged

Wednesday, May 20th, 2015

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Here are some of the highlights:

In total, throughout Operation Pilluted, Arkansas state and federal authorities have charged 140 individuals with prescription drug crimes, including 94 federal defendants in five separate indictments, and 46 state defendants. Included in that total are 4 doctors, 4 nurses, and 5 pharmacists.

Seven arrests were made today at the KJ Medical Clinic in Little Rock, including Dr. Jerry Reifeiss, prescribing physician, Kristen Holland, pharmacist at Bowman Curve Pharmacy, and Aaron Borengasser, physician’s assistant, formerly with Artex Medical Clinic, which later changed its name to KJ Medical Clinic.

Also indicted in the case, Christopher Watson, 42, of Greenbrier. The licensed pharmacist is alleged to have engaged in the unauthorized distribution of Schedule II, III and IV pharmaceutical narcotics from his family owned and operated store in Perryville.

Nearly 1,000 law enforcement officers across four states took part in the operation.

Defendants and Charges, United States v. Christopher Grant Watson, et al.:

Conspiracy to Distribute Schedule II, III and IV controlled substances
Christopher Grant Watson
Bartley Wayne McMillen, 42, Conway
Eric Flynn Horton, 48, Conway
James Kenars Crenshaw, Sr., 64, Conway
James Kenars Crenshaw, Jr., 29, Conway
Lorrie Jean Kirk, 55, Bigelow
Jonathan Arnell Jones, 30, Little Rock
Jesse Lee McGraw, 56, Conway
Joe Shering Jackson, 31, Little Rock

Possession with Intent to Distribute and Distribution of Hydrocodone/Oxycodone
Christopher Grant Watson
Bartley Wayne McMillen
Eric Flynn Horton
James Kenars Crenshaw, Sr.
James Kenars Crenshaw, Jr.
Jonathan Arnell Jones
Joe Shering Jackson

Conspiracy to Obtain Prescription Narcotics by Fraud, and Obtaining Prescription Narcotics by Fraud
Christopher Grant Watson
Bartley Wayne McMillen
James Kenars Crenshaw, Sr.
Roy Lamont Willard, 35, Conway
Jessica Tucker Monk, 33, Perryville
Jeremy Ray Johnson, 32, Cabot
Andrea Dawn Reynolds, 34, Conway
Lloyce Jermane Love, 37, Conway
Brenda Kay Ebsen, 58, Mayflower
Gary Wayne Strickland, 56, Conway
Dorothy Jo Flowers, 65, Conway
Beau D. Armstrong, 30, Hot Springs
Brenda Giles Jackson aka Brenda Bates, 55, Conway
Tammy Kay Sharp, 49, Mayflower
Sherman Ray Tiner, Jr., 50, Conway
Mason Dewayne Tiner, 18, Russellville
Jessica Marie Whiddon, 27, Hot Springs
Stacie R. Dukes, 56, Mayflower
Angelia Gayle Ferguson, 45, Greenbrier
Daphne Lynette Garner, 40, Conway
Doris Jean Johnson, 58, Conway

Possession and Issuing Counterfeit Federal Reserve Notes
Tammy Kay Sharp

Misprision of a Felony
Tommy Watson, 66, Greenbrier

Healthcare Fraud
Christopher Grant Watson

Felon in Possession of a Firearm
Joe Shering Jackson

Drug User/Addict in Possession of a Firearm
Christopher Grant Watson

Possession of a Firearm in Furtherance of a Drug Trafficking Crime
Joe Shering Jackson
Eric Flynn Horton

Defendants and Charges, United States v. Anthony Markeith King, et al.:

Conspiracy to Distribute Schedule II, III and IV controlled substances
Anthony Markeith King, 39, Little Rock
Christopher Dion Manson, 31, Little Rock
Shawn Michael Brooks, M.D., 44
Jerry Scott Reifeiss, M.D., 60, Conway
Felicie Wyatt, M.D., 41, Memphis, TN
Kristin L. Raines, 38, Little Rock
Aaron Paul Borengasser, 35, Little Rock
Stella Osei Green, 52, Little Rock
Jason Dewayne Sowers, 38, Pine Bluff
Randy Eugene Chane, 52, Houston, TX
Gerry Hill, 29, Little Rock
Larosha Danette Hall, 33, Pine Bluff
Densheo Lorraine Davis, 43, Natchez, MS
Amber Marnique Smith, 27, Mabelvale
Kristen L. Holland, 33, Bryant
Justin Russell Dyer, 25, Little Rock
Edward Lee Palmer, II, 23, Conway
Kenneth Darrail Lowery, 25, Conway

Possession with Intent to Distribute Schedule II and III controlled substances
Shawn Michael Brooks, M.D.
Jerry Scott Reifeiss, M.D.
Stella Osei Green
Kristin L. Raines
Kristen L. Holland
Kenneth Darrail Lowery
Amber Marnique Smith
Edward Lee Palmer, II
Jason Dewayne Sowers

K2 drug making a comeback in Pine Bluff

Saturday, April 25th, 2015

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That’s one of the scariest things about synthetic marijuana, or K2, according to Wegner.

“You cannot reason with them. They act as if they can’t even understand the English language.”

Wegner says many users end up in the emergency room.

“These are chemicals that were put together that are not supposed to be put in your body and can have some very serious side effects.”

Often times it makes users become aggressive, violent and combative, according to Wegner.

“It’s hard to say how someone’s going to react. I’ve seen some just flat out pass out and sleep it off and then I’ve seen other become extremely violent.”

Arkansas banned synthetic marijuana in 2010, but Wegner said young people still seem to get their hands on it.

“Right now one of the biggest things we can do is especially educate parents because we’ve seen a lot of young kids come having being exposed to this stuff.”

According to Poison Control there are 47 different variations of K2 known in the state of Arkansas.

Church Raising Money For Crash Victims Yakel Culclager, And Their Three Children And Father

Tuesday, March 3rd, 2015

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JACKSONVILLE, Fla. The four members of a family who died when their broken-down SUV was rear-ended on the Buckman Bridge on Monday afternoon had recently moved to Jacksonville. The victims’ husband and father, a corpsman at NAS Jacksonville, who had recently moved his family here from Arkansas, will return there with the burden of burying his wife and children in their home state.

The pastor of the family’s church — Trinity at Oakleaf — said the church is collecting online donations and gift cards to help the father, Dexter Culclager, pay for travel expenses. Gift cards can be dropped off at 800 Hammond Blvd. at the C Building front desk, and online donations can be made at http://www.gofundme.com/Culclager.

Dexter Culclager will be going home to Pine Bluff, Arkansas, for the funerals of his wife, 36-year-old Yakel Culclager, and their three children: 18-year-old Trequis Woods-Sims, 17-year-old Tradesia Woods-Sims and 6-year-old Trevieon Woods-Franklin.

All four were killed when the SUV they were in burst into flames after it was struck on the bridge, according to the Florida Highway Patrol.

The family had moved to Jacksonville’s Westside. A man who just heard the victims of the tragedy were his neighbors reacted with shock.

“The father had high hopes for his oldest son. He was going to make a decision whether he would join the military or not,” said Dean Buben. “His older daughter’s about to graduate high school and was talking about college. That’s what she was excited for. And the little kid was full of energy. He run around this neighborhood like a firecracker all of the time.”

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Security Cameras Catch Thieves On Video Who Stole $14,000 Worth Of Rims

Friday, November 21st, 2014

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(KATV) – It took three tries for thieves to ram a van through the door of Chrome City Custom Wheels and only minutes to leave with $14,000 worth of rims. Owner Crag Bratton says he knew the minute his phone rang at 11 p.m. that his store had been hit.

“They said glass break sensor, and I knew it was a break in like that because they’ve already hit the other businesses down the street,” said Bratton.

Bratton’s done everything he can to prevent break-ins, but when criminals are determined, they can often find a way inside the business. This time it left a huge hole in the front of his building.

“These guys need to get caught. They’re getting away with it too easy,” said Bratton.

Police responded quickly and security footage caught it all clearly on tape, but technology can only get you so far.

“The problem comes when you don’t know who you’re looking at, and that’s when we kind of depend on viewers of your station to kind of give us a heads up on who that person might be,” explained Lt. Sidney Allen of the Little Rock Police Department.

Bratton hopes catching these guys now could stop another business owner from having to deal with a mess like the one he has.

“About 45 minutes after the break in they found the van in Pine Bluff, but no luck finding the guys yet,” said Bratton.

Source KATV

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Investigation Continues In Saturday Homicide

Monday, November 10th, 2014

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Pine Bluff police are continuing their investigation into the Saturday night shooting death of a 28-year-old man on the north side of the city.

Jefferson County Coroner Chad Kelley identified the victim as Kenneth Wayne Moore Jr., who was found in the parking lot in front of 204 Rhinehart Road after police responded to a report of a shooting and a man down. Moore was pronounced dead at 10:05 p.m., and Kelley listed the apparent cause of death as a gunshot wound to the upper body.

The body was sent Sunday to the State Medical Examiner’s Office at Little Rock for an autopsy.

PBPD spokesman Lt. David Price said no suspects have been identified or arrested in connection with the slaying, which was the 16th of the year in Pine Bluff.

This was the second time this year that there had been a reported shooting in the same area on Rhinehart Road. On Feb. 28, police responded to a incident in the same area. The victim’s wounds in that incident were described by police at the time as non-life threatening.

Anyone with information about the incident is asked to contact the detective division at 730-2090 or the dispatch center at 541-5300. All calls will be kept confidential.

Source: PBC

One Dead Afer Shooting in Pine Bluff

Sunday, November 9th, 2014

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A man is dead after a shooting Saturday night in Pine Bluff.

The victim has been identified as 28-year-old Kenneth Wayne Moore, Jr. Of Pine Bluff.

Police responded to the shooting call shortly after 9:30.

It happened in a parking lot in the 200 block of Rhinehart Road.

Police found Moore suffering from a gunshot to the upper body.

He was pronounced dead shortly after 10:00 p.m. by the Jefferson County Coroner.

Detectives are still investigating to determine a motive.

No suspects have been named or arrested at this time.

Just In McDonalds On Blake St Robbed

Monday, September 15th, 2014

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Around 10:00 pm McDonalds On Blake St was robbed, and then a store on 28th and hazel was robbed. It is beleave to be the same suspects responsible for a Robbery and Shooting at the Plaza Hotel located at #2 Convention Center Drive in Pine Bluff.

Anyone with information regarding this incident is asked to contact the police dispatch center at 870-541-5300 or the Detective Division at 870-730-2090.

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