The Arkadelphia Board of Directors will have several decisions to make this Tuesday in a public meeting.
A pair of Arkadelphia men face felony charges after police say they passed counterfeit bills at a local gas station.
Three females believed to be part of a traveling ring of thieves were arrested in Arkadelphia after returning to the store where their alleged theft was committed.
Formal charges have been filed against an Arkadelphia man after a stabbing on Labor Day weekend sent his mother to the hospital.
In order to be more competitive in recruiting and retaining officers, the Arkadelphia Board of Directors voted to make a change to the city’s policy regarding police take-home vehicles.
The city board began allowing officers to drive their police vehicles home when the city purchased a fleet of hybrid vehicles. That fleet has since been changed to Dodge Chargers, Rams and Durangos, and now the city board is being asked to increase the distance to within 25 miles of the city limits, or for officers who live in Clark County.
The victim said he went outside and confronted Murphy about entering his vehicle. Rather than fleeing the scene, Murphy inquired whether he could have some money.