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Credit card fraud cases increase as holidays approach

CABOT, Ark. – Police are searching for at least two suspects who they say used a stolen credit card in at least two cities in central Arkansas.

The suspects were caught on surveillance footage after leaving the Beebe Wal-Mart, and then the Murphy USA gas station in Cabot.

According to the police report, the victim believes her credit card was stolen sometime around October 23. Two days later, she noticed two fraudulent charges on her back account.

“The photos are very clear, that's why we’re hoping we can I.D. the suspect (s) and end the rampage of what they are doing,” said Sgt. Keith Graham with the Cabot Police Department.

Cabot and Beebe are not the only cities experiencing this type of crime.  Another couple was seen on camera at a Little Rock Target on October 31, using credit cards stolen from a shopper at Park Plaza mall that same day.

North Little Rock Chamber of Commerce announces the 17th Annual “A Night at the Rep”

North Little Rock Chamber of Commerce announces the 17th Annual “A Night at the Rep”

NORTH LITTLE ROCK, Ark. - The North Little Rock Chamber of Commerce announced the return of the 17th Annual “A Night at the Rep” on Thursday.

On Tuesday, December 1, the Arkansas Repertory Theatre located at 601 Main Street in Little Rock will be hosting a a silent auction and reception followed by the musical production of The Little Mermaid, all beginning at 5 p.m. with  

The performance will start at 7 p.m.

Guests will have the opportunity to bid on over 150 auction items including sports memorabilia, tickets to sporting and cultural events, vacation packages, artwork, jewelry, electronic devices and gift certificates.

Tickets are $45 per person and include admission, heavy hors d’oeuvres and adult beverages.

Friends, family gather at vigil for Cabot girls killed in car crash

CABOT, Ark. (KTHV) -- Friends and family gathered on Monday night for a prayer vigil at Cabot High School mourning the loss of four young women.

The women died in a car crash on Halloween night. The youngest was just 15-years-old.

Two of the four girls involved in the crash were students at Cabot High, and two others had just recently graduated.

Monday was everyone's first day back to class, and many said it was a rollercoaster of emotions.

"It was just very quiet and sad," said Callie Richard, a junior at Cabot High School.

That was the atmosphere at Cabot High School as friends and staff grieved the loss of four young lives taken far too soon.

"Even if you didn't know them personal you were still affected by it a lot," said Callie.

Cabot community in mourning after overnight crash leaves 4 dead

CABOT, Ark. (KTHV) - An overnight car crash in White County left three teens and one adult dead.

Around 10:40 p.m. October 31, two former Cabot High School students Alexandria Simpkins, 20, and Codi Rice, 19, along with two current Cabot High School students Sydney Shoemate and Brooke Butler were involved in a single-vehicle accident.

"We received the news early this morning, and it's just been a devastating day," said Cabot Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Tony Thurman. "The first thing that hits you, is as a parent, and a parent of a teenager, it's that nightmare. And of course when you know who's involved, it makes it even more traumatic." 

Mysterious thieves haunting Cabot

CABOT, Ark. (KTHV) -- The town of Cabot is left wondering who's been vandalizing their Halloween decorations.

Pumpkins have been smashed and no one has been able to catch those responsible.

"We've never seen them come up this close on our yard," said Samantha Correll of the culprits. "Yeah, they're just completely demolished."

Correll's dear pumpkins were the latest victims in a rash of vandalisms that have been haunting the Greystone community in the city.

"We were so angry," she continued. "Especially my husband, because it was my husband's pumpkin. We all thought it was teenagers or just kids kind of bored at night."

And not just Correll's pumpkins were destroyed, but Clois Ferguson's garden sustained damage.

"Over 200 begonias and impatiens [are gone]," she said. "They're a nuisance," she continued referring to the thieves. "A big nuisance!"

Thrift store raising money for domestic violence shelter

CABOT, Ark. (KTHV) - The Cabot Safe Haven Thrift Store is fundraising for a county shelter used to provide a place of refuge for victims of domestic violence. 

The thrift store exists to suppport the work of the Lonoke County Safe Haven, who's mission is to provide hope of healing and independence to domestic violence victims. During the month of November, the store will be having a sale on Thursdays.  If customers bring in a brown grocery store bag, they can fill it with clothing items for just $15. 

The store is open Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. It is located in the Cabot mini-mall located in downtown Cabot. 

Jefferson Co. Sheriff's Office issues reminder to parents on child identification

Jefferson Co. Sheriff's Office issues reminder to parents on child identification

JEFFERSON COUNTY, Ark. - (Oct. 29, 2015 – With recent flash news alerts regarding missing children, teens, and others alike throughout the state, the Jefferson County Sheriff's Office decided to issue a reminder to all parents regarding the indentification of their children. 

Major Lafayette Woods, Jr. issued the following statement on Thursday:

When a child or someone you know is reported missing, emotions become raw, which can hinder the ability of parents or love ones to make rational decisions. Yet, their actions and the actions of law enforcement in the first 48 hours are critical to the safe recovery of a missing. Knowing what you can do, what others can do, and where to go for help will not only expedite the search and recovery of your child or love one, it also will help to ease the emotional and financial burden of the search.