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Feds arrest two fugitives in meth investigation that led to shooting at federal agents

White County probe credited with breaking up drug ring operating out of Little Rock.
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Henderson chemistry professor acquitted of making meth; second professor awaits trial

The Clark County Circuit Court jury deliberated almost an hour before finding Terry David Bateman, 47, not guilty of manufacturing meth and two other less severe drug-related charges.

Feds sentence another meth dealer tied to white supremacist gang in Arkansas River valley

Meth dealer, one of 55 charged in bust related to Aryan gang, got a 262-month prison sentence.

12 years in meth case related to Pope County white supremacist group

A white supremacist meth distributor got 12 years in federal prison this week.

Test shows former GOP senator Baker had methamphetmaine in blood at time of DWI arrest

Conway City Attorney Chuck Clawson Wednesday received a second blood test done after former Republican Sen. Gilbert Baker's arrest Aug. 26 on a DWI charge, to which he pleaded guilty yesterday.That test showed the presence of methampetamine.

Guilty plea in Stuttgart courthouse fire set by meth smoker

Donald Aaron 34, of Stuttgart appeared in federal court Monday to plead guilty to a charge of arson in a Sept. 23, 2014 fire in the Stuttgart courthouse annex. The fire damaged the building so much it had to be demolished, with a loss valued at $2.2 million.

Feds announce 62-count drug indictment

The U.S. attorney's office has announced that 25 people have been charged in a 62-count indictment with meth, marijuana and related charges for drug trafficking in the Blytheville area. 

Alexander mayor's wife convicted on meth charges

The Saline County prosecutor's office has announced the conviction of Genieve Mitchell, wife of Alexander Mayor Paul Mitchell, of charges related to methamphetamine possession.

Feds announce major meth bust

The U.S. attorney's office and other law enforcement agencies participated in a news conference this afternoon about an 18-count indictment naming 20 people in a methamphetamine distribution ring.