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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.

Arkansas man accused of violent crimes

A bizarre incident in North Little Rock has led to the arrest of a 23-year-old man, according to local sources. Arkansas police say they were called to a Subway sandwich chain after a former employee got into an altercation with sandwich artists behind the counter. The man has been charged with several violent crimes, including aggravated assault and battery in the third degree.

Man charged with violent crimes in Arkansas

A Leola man has been arrested following allegations that he drew a weapon and fired it at his girlfriend. Arkansas police arrested the man early in the morning of May 19 and has been charged with felony assault. As with many people accused of committing violent crimes, the man is being held in a county jail in lieu of $2,500 bond pending further proceedings.

Arkansas man arrested ahead of potentially violent crimes

A man in Pulaski County has been arrested following a joint investigation by local and state police as well as the U.S. Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives. The Arkansas man is believed to have been planning a series of violent crimes, which authorities say led him to construct over a dozen homemade explosives. The man now faces 16 counts of possession of a prohibited weapon. If he is found guilty, he could face serious jail time.

Arkansas man accused of violent crimes

An Arkansas man from Madison County has been accused of threatening to kill another man at gunpoint. The sheriff's office in Van Buren detailed the violent crimes charges the man faces, including aggravated assault and several other felony charges. If the man is found guilty, he could face years in prison.

Violent crimes: teenager in Arkansas tried as adult

A 17-year-old boy is being charged as an adult in the case of an attack committed against a 21-year-old man. According to Arkansas police, they believe the boy was a member of a rival gang known for committing violent crimes. He has been charged with felony assault and is expected to face his charges as an adult. His criminal defense team will be vital in representing his interests, especially in this case. 

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