Violent Crimes Archives

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.

Former Arkansas sheriff accused of violent crimes

A man who once served as sheriff of Benton County is under fire for allegedly assaulting a family member. The 47-year-old man was arrested in Bentonville, Arkansas, after being accused of violent crimes. It is unknown whether he has retained criminal defense counsel, and no court date has been publicly announced.

Arkansas police officer charged with violent crimes

A law enforcement officer in Little Rock is facing a potentially career-ending charge after being accused of battery. The Arkansas officer was accused of violent crimes by a suspect in the form of an assault on his person. The officer was released from a county jail on Aug. 6 under his own recognizance, and no trial date has yet been announced.

2 people suspected of violent crimes in Arkansas

One person is suffering from a gunshot wound following an altercation that police believe may have been predicated by a failed drug deal. Police in Jacksonville, Arkansas, have arrested a 21-year-old man and a 17-year-old male on suspicion of violent crimes. Both men have been taken into custody and are awaiting trial.

Violent crimes charges brought against Arkansas man

A man accused of smothering his own child is facing serious charges after he allegedly attempted to revive the infant using an electrical shock, according to local sources. The 19-year-old Arkansas resident has been charged with violent crimes, including capital murder following the death of his 2-month-old daughter. If he is found guilty, he could face life in prison or even the death penalty. 

Woman suspected of multiple violent crimes in Arkansas

A woman already suspected of murdering her grandmother is in the hot seat again after being accused of intentionally running down a bicyclist with her car. The 26-year-old woman accused of these violent crimes appeared in an Arkansas court on June 20 to face the charges, including felony aggravated assault and battery. These charges compound the existing charges, including capital murder and tampering. 

Woman in Arkansas accused of violent crimes

A mother in Poinsett County is under fire after police say they found her infant child dead, according to local sources. The 25-year-old woman has been charged with violent crimes by Arkansas authorities after family members found the body of the child in a dryer. If she is found guilty, she could go to prison for the rest of her life.

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