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Woman and Neighbor Subdue Burglar Until Cops Can Arrive

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  • t-Bone

    Is this the same guy?

    Pulaski County Arkansas
    Booking id: pulaski_2832-13
    Booking date: February 10, 2013
    Gender: Male
    Race: Black
    Age: 53
    Charges:
    DEL/POSS/MFG ETC DRUG PARAPHERNALIA OR COUNTERFEIT CTRL SUBST
    Classification: class D Felony
    Agency: North Little Rock Police Department
    Release date: February 14, 2013
    Bond: $35,000.00
    POSSESSION OF CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE W/PURPOSE TO DELIVER (CRACK)
    Classification: class D Felony
    Agency: North Little Rock Police Department
    Release date: February 14, 2013
    POSSESSION OF CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE W/PURPOSE TO DELIVER (MARIJUANA)
    Classification: class D Felony
    Agency: North Little Rock Police Department
    Release date: February 14, 2013

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    OR IS THIS HIM ALSO?
    A Lockhart man was arrested Wednesday after deputies found him in possession of moonshine. Dennis Wayne Horton, 53, of 123 S. 2nd St., was charged with transporting illegal liquor, according to a booking report.

    An incident report states that a deputy stopped Horton on S.C. 105 near S.C 9 because he wasn’t wearing a seat belt. The deputy smelled alcohol inside the vehicle. Deputies found two gallon jugs and a quart jar of moonshine and a plastic gallon container of wine, the report states. Horton has been released from the Union County Jail. His bond amount was unavailable.

  • t-Bone

    Also, does anyone know how we can found out what happens to this guy going forward? The HP & UP police do a great job on the arrest side, I’d just like to know what the hell happens to these son’s of beeches after they’re arraigned & charged………..Catch & release? To resume their life of crime? Or do they get sent to the State of Texas pokey for a while?