A Lincoln man’s facing felony assault, resisting arrest and other charges after the Benton County Sheriff’s Office says he broke into a home, stole a car and got into a fight with a sheriff’s deputy who tried to arrest him. A department spokesperson says 22-year old Brian DePriest, Jr. forced his way into a Spring Lake Drive home and demanded the residents give him a ride out of the county. The department alleges he attacked them with a knife, stole a car and then crashed. He’s in the Benton County jail on a $250,000 bond.
Camden County law enforcement raided a home in Climax Springs yesterday and Sheriff Dwight Franklin says they came away with quite a haul:
42-year-old Roy Brown was arrested at his home at 138 Drennon Chapel Drive. He’s been charged with possession of controlled substances with intent to distribute and illegal possession of a firearm:
The raid was carried out by members of the Lake Area Narcotics Enforcement Group and Camden County Sheriff’s Department.
After a toxic gas incident over the weekend, the new chief of the Sunrise Beach Fire Protection District, Dennis Riley, is warning residents of the dangers of carbon monoxide:
Riley says every home should have a carbon monoxide detector:
Firefighters responded to a home last weekend when a woman called to report her alarm going off. It was quickly determined that dangerously high levels of the odorless, tasteless, deadly gas did exist, apparently coming from a malfunctioning heating system:
Riley says if the home hadn’t been equipped with the alarm, the woman could have been killed.
Officers from the Camden County Sheriff’s Office and Lake Area Narcotics Enforcement Group executed a search warrant in the 100 Block of Drennon Chapel Drive in Climax Springs today. Camden County Sheriff SDwight Franklin says they seized 12 pounds of marijuana, with a street value of $40,000.00, packaging material, drug paraphernalia, two firearms, ammunition, and over $2,600 in cash. One person has been taken into custody and is currently being held at the Camden County Adult Detention Facility pending formal charges.
A Camdenton woman was injured this morning when her car slid off the the roadway and into a ditch on Route 5, south of Twin Rivers Road in Camden County. The accident happened at 6 A-M, according to the Highway Patrol. 66-year-old Roberta Sharp was taken to Lake Regional Hospital.
Another acccident late last night in Miller County is being blamed on the icy road conditions. 51-year-old Cathy Robinett of Brumley lost control of her SUV on snow-covered Swinging Bridges Road near Lincoln Lane, crossed the roadway and crashed into a tree and a fence. According to the Highway Patrol she was taken to Lake Regional Hospital by ambulance.
The Winter Weather Advisory was allowed to expire at 6 A-M. Forecasters made the call to keep the advisory in effect overnight Precipitation has dimished across the area and temperatures are rising above freezing, ending the threat for accumulating freezing drizzle.