09/30/2016

Pursuit lands 2 in jail

On Wednesday, 9/28/16, Faulkner County 911 received a call during the afternoon hours from a resident on Hwy 365 stating a vehicle was parked in their driveway, and believed people were in the residence.

Deputies spotted the suspect vehicle after it left the residence at which time deputies attempted to make a traffic stop on the suspect vehicle, but was led on a vehicle pursuit. The suspect vehicle wrecked out trying to get on I-40 at which time two suspects ran across I-40.

A perimeter was set up, and with the help of Conway Police K-9, the two suspects were located laying down in a field south of S. Amity Rd and were arrested without incident. The suspect vehicle recovered was discovered to be stolen out of Lonoke County, AR.  Inside the truck were various electronics, televisions, multiple bags and purses, drug paraphernalia, various pills, several pairs of shoes, and multiple other items.

Suspect #1

James M Jamerson,

26, W, M, of Sherwood, AR

 

Charge 1: 5-64-419 Simple Possession Schedule I or II < 2 grams (Class D Felony)

Charge 2: 5-64-443 Possession of Drug Paraphernalia x4 (Class D Felony)

Charge 3: 5-39-201 Residential Burglary (Class B Felony)

Charge 4: 5-36-106 Theft By Receiving (Class D Felony)

Charge 5: 5-54-125 Fleeing (Class D Felony)

 

Suspect #2

Alexis L Propes

21, W, F, of Little Rock, AR

 

Charge 1: 5-64-419 Simple Possession Schedule I or II < 2 grams (Class D Felony)

Charge 2: 5-64-443 Possession of Drug Paraphernalia x4 (Class D Felony)

Charge 3: 5-39-201 Residential Burglary (Class B Felony)

Charge 4: 5-36-106 Theft By Receiving (Class D Felony)

Charge 5: 5-54-125 Fleeing on foot (Class C Misd)

 

Both suspects remain at the Faulkner County Unit 2 awaiting a court date.

 

Citizens are encouraged to report suspicious activities by calling the Faulkner County Sheriff’s Office at 501-450-4914. If you find yourself in a situation like the victim of this case, Sheriff Matt Rice wants you to call 911 immediately. At times, victims call a spouse or family member prior to calling 911, which may result in a delayed response.  In a situation such as this, every second counts.

 

Also, Sheriff Rice reminds everyone to write down serial numbers of electronic devices, firearms, or other items. It’s also a good idea to take pictures of your home, inside and out, from time to time.

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