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Lions Club hosts charity golf tourney

Lions Club hosts charity golf tourney

A day at the Golf Course can help buy a pair of eyeglasses for a local child or a much needed glaucoma surgery for an indigent adult.  You can make a difference!

The Cabot Lions Club will host their Annual "Charity" Golf Tournament on Monday, September 12 with a “Shot Gun Start” at 1 pm.  The 4-Person Scramble will be held at Cabot’s Rolling Hills Country Club (located on Mount Carmel Road). 

ENTRY FORMS can be obtained via e-mail at cabotlions@yahoo.com or by calling 501-920-2122.  Entry Fees are $100 per Person / $400 per Team, which includes your greens fees, cart, two free mulligans and many door prize opportunities.  Additionally, your entry fee includes a Steak & Baked-Potato Dinner, which will be served immediately following tournament play.

Opportunities are now available for sponsors!  We will also accept any item that y

Police report: 3 arrested for car break-ins

Police report: 3 arrested for car break-ins

On 07-23-2011 at approximately 11:23 pm, Cabot Police Department received a call to respond to the Shiloh Subdivision in reference to some car break-ins.  Upon officers arrival, they spoke to a victim/witness that provided a vehicle description (Buick LeSabre).  The victim provided a serial number off of an ipod that they reported stolen. 

Officers later located a car stopped on the side of the road in West Oaks Subdivision.  Upon a closer check of the vehicle, it was discovered that it matched the description given by the victim/witness.  Officer’s made contact with the occupants of the vehicle.  They were identified as Randi Passmore ( W/F DOB:06-05-1982 of Lonoke), Lance Jarrell (W/M DOB: 04-23-1993 of Cabot) and a 17 year old W/M from Jacksonville.  Officers requested and was granted a consent to search on the vehicle. 

Officers found an ipod in the vehicle and confirmed that the serial number matched the one reported stole

Pogue wanted by investigators for larceny

Pogue wanted by investigators for larceny

Lonoke County Sheriff’s Office are requesting assistance in locating 39-year-old Richard John Pogue.

Pogue is wanted for felony warrants for larceny and theft of property.  Pogue also has an outstanding warrant from the Arkansas Parole Board.  Pogue is described as, white male, 5’11, 250lbs, blue eyes, brown hair.  Pogue is known to frequent the England area. 

Anyone knowing his whereabouts is asked to contact the Lonoke County Sheriff’s Office at (501) 676-3000 or (501) 843-2611 or their local law enforcement agency.

Level 4 sex offender arrested for living near school

Level 4 sex offender arrested for living near school

CABOT, Ark. -- The Sheriff’s Office received a report Thursday of a level 4 sex offender living near the Magness Creek School located on Highway 5.

Investigation revealed that Sean David Duffy, 41, was living within the 2,000-foot limit of the school. Duffy was arrested and taken to the Lonoke County Detention Facility.

Austin woman arrested for meth, marijuana

Austin woman arrested for meth, marijuana

LONOKE CO., Ark. -- According to authorities, an employee of a service station located on Highway 31 was involved in drug activity.  Lonoke County officials seized a small amount of marijuana, methamphetamine and items of drug paraphernalia.

Tonya Dennise Price, 47, of Austin was arrested two counts of possession of a controlled substance.  Price was taken to the Lonoke County Detention Facility.

Man arrested for sexual assault

Man arrested for sexual assault

On June 6, 2011, around 12:26 am, the Sheriff’s Office received a report of a sexual assault on a 19-year-old female.  The assault occurred at a residence in the South Bend community.  Investigator Tanya Cross was assigned the investigation.

On the June 8, around 3:36pm, as a result of the investigation, 34-year-old Louis Stevenson Lee from South Bend was arrested for second degree sexual assault.  Lee was taken to the Lonoke County Detention Facility.

The name of the victim is not being released at this time.                                                                      &nbs

Cabot cop on leave after shootout; investigation ongoing

Cabot cop on leave after shootout; investigation ongoing

CABOT, Ark. (KTHV) -- A Cabot police officer is now on administrative leave after he fatally shot a suspect during a gun fight over the weekend.

Just after 1 a.m. Saturday, Cabot Police Department received a call of a disturbance. The responding officer, Mike Reeves, discovered a man and a woman in the parking lot of Village Square Apartments on Northport Drive in Cabot.

According to authorities, Reeves attempted to pat down the man, Christopher Alfeiri. That's when police say Alfeiri pulled a gun on the officer.

The two exchanged gun shots, which ended with the suspect receiving several gun shot wounds. Neither Reeves nor the woman were uninjured.

Alfeiri was transported to North Metro Hospital in Jacksonville where he was pronounced dead.

Arkansas State Police are assisting in the investigation.

(Source: Cabot Police Department)