According to a preliminary fatal crash summary report filed by Arkansas State Police, 48-year-old Earnest Lewis, of Camden, was driving a northbound 2005 Cadillac when he “veered to the left side of the road and struck a fence.”
The Arkadelphia Police Department has a “strict, zero-tolerance” policy when it comes to distracted driving in school zones, said Police Chief Jason “Shorty” Jackson. “Distracted driving endangers us all,” he told The Arkadelphian, “and I remind everyone that especially around the school zones we have a strict zero-tolerance policy.”
According to a fatal crash summary filed by Arkansas State Police, 23-year-old Erin T. Williams was the passenger of a Ford Expedition and “for unknown reasons … fell out [of the vehicle] while in motion.”
From press releases On February 26, 2022, law enforcement witnessed an individual in a pickup truck with a Texas license plate visit a camper located at the Caddo Valley Campground known to […]
Regardless to what extent the celebrations may trend toward in local communities, drivers who may participate are encouraged to make plans for a safe return home.
Those selected for the program get a ‘real world’ glance at the different career paths available in forensic science. During the program, interns will focus on a research project and shadow analysts in their assigned discipline.
A Saline County man and woman have been arrested by Arkansas State Police Special Agents in connection with the death of a child and injuries sustained to a second child.