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Over 1,200 arrested for drug crimes in Arkansas

Over 200 law enforcement officers and professionals joined forces to launch a major sting operation against alleged drug dealers across the state, according to local sources. The operation, code named Task Force Arkansas, was meant to target drug crimes perpetrated by alleged dealer rings from Little Rock to Fayetteville. The operation has resulted in over 1,200 arrests.

Arkansas man charged with drug crimes

An alleged drug dealer is back in police custody after a raid of his home, according to local sources. Arkansas police suspected the man, who was currently on parole for a separate charge, of drug crimes. He now faces several new charges, including possession of a firearm and several drug-related offenses. No court date has been announced at this time.

Did police entrap you into buying drugs?

Undercover operations are common methods police use when they need to gather irrefutable evidence or want to identify suspects who may be working higher in the chain of criminal activity. Trained officers may pose as drug dealers, for example, to arrest a buyer who may have information about more powerful drug traffickers in the area.

Under investigation for violent crimes? Protect your rights now

Unfortunately, tragic events occur without warning here in Little Rock and across the country every day. These events often disrupt, change and even take lives when they happen. If officials suspect foul play, they begin investigations that could lead to charges for violent crimes. Those who find themselves to be targets of these investigations do not have to wait to begin protecting their rights.

Former boxer charged with violent crimes

A former middleweight boxing champion could be facing serious jail time following accusations of assault. Jermain Taylor is currently booked into Pulaski County Jail in Little Rock, Arkansas, after he was accused of committing violent crimes. So far, he does not appear to be represented by an attorney.

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