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Cabot police searching for runaway juvenile

CABOT, Ark. (November 6, 2014) - The Cabot Police Department is searching for a 16-year-old female runaway.

On October 28, Desaray Clark left her residence in Cabot and has not been seen since. She is described to be 5'4 and 145 pounds. She was last seen wearing an orange shirt and green and orange sweatpants with the word "Hoops" down one leg.

Clark may be with an unknown man around the Little Rock or Pine Bluff area who is pictured below.

If you have any information about her whereabouts, please contact the Cabot Police Department at 501-843-6526.


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School alarmed after multiple threats made

CABOT, Ark. (KTHV) - Multiple threats at one Cabot school have school leaders angered and parents worried. Now the district is working with police to get to the bottom of things.

"This is alarming to the district," said Cabot Superintendent Dr. Tony Thurman. "It's alarming to the police department, and to our community."

On three separate occasions, Cabot Junior High School South has received four phone calls. Dr. Thurman said the last two threats were just days apart.

Arkansas Elections Results 2014

Arkansas Elections Results 2014

For all elections results, go to our real-time elections page: http://www.thv11.com/elections/

Cabot man arrested for using stolen credit card

AUSTIN, Ark. (November 5, 2014) - A Cabot man was arrested on Wednesday for using a stolen credit card in September.

On September 30, the Austin Police Department received a report of an individual making a credit card purchase at a tobacco store in Austin on September 17. It was discovered the credit card was stolen from a vehicle in Pulaski County. The person made a $123.98 purchase using the card.

According to police, on Wednesday around 10:30 a.m., 19-year-old Justin Nathanial Leon was arrested for fraudulent use of a credit card.

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Arkansas Legislature to remain under GOP control

Arkansas Legislature to remain under GOP control

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) - Republicans have locked up control of the Arkansas Legislature for 2015.

The GOP on Tuesday won at least 62 seats in the 100-member House, while Democrats took at least 34. Results are pending on four races.

In the 35-member Senate, Republicans will hold a 24-11 margin after winning all four races decided Tuesday.

Republicans also won all seven constitutional offices.

In 2012, Republicans won control of the Legislature for the first time since Reconstruction, clinching 51 seats. Afterward, lawmakers passed one of the strictest abortion laws in the country and approved a voter ID law - but both laws were later found unconstitutional.

Legislators also passed a bipartisan plan to expand health coverage to more than 200,000 people by using Medicaid money to buy private health insurance for poorer Arkansans.

LIST: Ways to watch THV11 election coverage & get results

LIST: Ways to watch THV11 election coverage & get results

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) -- THV11 will have extended election coverage throughout the evening, as well as offer real-time results as they come in.

How to watch coverage:

1. On THV11's main channel: KTHV

2. 11.2 WeatherNation (formerly THV2)

   - Over the air: 11.2

   - Little Rock Comcast: 233

   - Conway Corp: 170

   - Wehco (Hot Springs/Pine Bluff): 247

3. Live online at thv11.com (Mobile friendly)

Where to find real-time results: www.thv11.com/elections

$1,000 reward offered for information on threats to Cabot Junior High South

CABOT, Ark. (November 4, 2014) – The Cabot School District is offering a $1,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of the person(s) responsible for making multiple threatening phone calls to Cabot Junior High South.

According to the Cabot Police Department, they are confident the suspect is a male.

Superintendent Dr. Tony Thurman said, "We take every threat seriously and the safety of our students and faculty is a top priority. School is a safe place and we want to keep it that way. I want to thank parents, patrons and the community for their support and understanding and if anyone has any information, please do not hesitate in coming forward."

If you have any information, contact the Cabot Criminal Investigations Division at 501-843-6166. You can also contact Dr. Thurman at 501-843-3363.