By allowing ads to appear on this site, you support the local businesses who, in turn, support great journalism.
Deputies nab Arkansas fugitive
Moyer w sm
A McMinnville woman wanted for fraud in Arkansas was arrested by the sheriff’s department on May 9.According to Sheriff Patrick Ray, Elizabeth Ann Moyer of Twin Oaks Road, McMinnville, was charged with being a fugitive from justice. Moyer is reportedly wanted for fraud by the Garland County Sheriff's Department in Hot Springs, Arkansas.She faces extradition to Arkansas, and Garland County authorities are expected to transport her back to Arkansas for trial.Moyer’s bond is set at $50,000.Meanwhile, a 45-year-old Quebeck woman was arrested on May 12 for sale and delivery of a controlled substance.Tammy Lynn Davis was named in a sealed indictment returned on Aug. 1, 2011, for sale and delivery of a Schedule II controlled substance in a school zone, and again on Jan. 30 for sale and delivery of a Schedule II drug.Her bond totals $80,000, and she will be in court on May 25.Ismael Solis Gaona, 62, was cited for no drivers license and a violation of the financial responsibility law on May 9. Sheriff Ray said that Gaona was operating a vehicle on Blue Springs Road without a drivers license.He reportedly failed to negotiate a curve and flipped his truck into a corn field.He reportedly caused property damage in the amount of $1,250.He will be in court on June 7.Kimberly Ann Patterson, 44, was issued a citation for a second offense of driving on a revoked license on May 10.Ray said that a sheriff's department drug detective pulled Patterson over on Hayes Street.He checked and confirmed that her license were revoked for failure to file security after an accident.She will be in court on June 6.Smithville police recently charged 19-year-old Terry Jones, III with disorderly conduct after officers allegedly found him screaming obscenities and brandishing a knife.