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On July 19, De Queen Police Officer Brady Hanney assisted Officer Robert King on a DWI traffic stop. The driver was identified as Carlos Pallares Bahena, 29, of De Queen. During the course of the investigation, Hanney had Bahena perform several field sobriety test and also administered a PBT (Portable Breath Test). Based off the tests, Bahena was placed into custody for DWI and transported to the Sevier County Jail. 

On July 24, De Queen Police Captain Sonny Kimmel was contacted by Walmart asset protection in reference to a theft of $186.20 worth of merchandise that occurred a day earlier. Upon his arrival he was given paperwork that contained pictures and video of the theft. Based on this information he was able to locate Erica Gutierrez, 27, of De Queen. Gutierrez was issued a citation for theft of property and given a Sept. 8 court date. 

On July 24, De Queen Police Officer Brady Hanney was dispatched to a residence for a physical domestic. Upon arrival, Hanney spoke to Claudia Martinez, 34, and Cecilio Martinez, 37, both of De Queen. During the course of the investigation, both subjects were placed into custody and transported to the Sevier County Jail for assault on a family or household member 2nd degree. 

On July 25, De Queen Police Officer Brady Hanney initiated a traffic stop on a vehicle for careless and prohibited driving. Hanney made contact with the driver, Inocente Delgado-Castaneda, 24, of De Queen and had him perform several field sobriety tests. Based off the tests given, Delgado-Castaneda was placed into custody for DWI and transported to the Sevier County Jail. While processing Castaneda, a jailer located a white powdery substance in his property that is believed to be cocaine.

On July 26, De Queen Police Officer Jarrin Platt was dispatched to Pilgrims in reference to a domestic. Upon arrival, he observed a male subject later identified as Mahli Smith, 20, of De Queen, causing damage to a vehicle. Smith was placed into custody for criminal mischief 1st degree and transported to the Sevier County Jail. Such case file(s) have been turned over to the Ninth West Judicial District Prosecuting Attorney’s Office for potential forthcoming criminal charges. 

On July 27, De Queen Police Officer Michael Barnes was dispatched to a residence for an unwanted person refusing to leave. Upon his arrival, Barnes made contact with Danielle Middleton, 25. of De Queen. While officers were speaking to Middleton, she became agitated and began cussing. Middleton was told to leave the residence several times and she refused. Officers placed Middleton into custody for disorderly conduct and she was transported to the Sevier County Jail.  

Such case files have all been turned over to the Ninth West Judicial District Prosecuting Attorney’s Office for potential forthcoming criminal charges.

 

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