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Arrests

May 4

Paul Ford, 22, of Jacksonville was arrested on a charge of possession of a firearm by certain persons after police were dispatched to his home at 404 Hayes St. after being advised he had a rifle on the premises. Police reported that a computer background check advised that he was not permitted to have a firearm. According to the police report, officers asked Ford if they could go into his home and retrieve the rifle and he granted them permission and told them it was near his front door. Police reported that they went inside and retrieved a .50-caliber muzzle loader. Ford told police the rifle was his, at which time had gave it to officers.

Latoya Jones, 27, of Jacksonville was arrested on charges of theft by receiving and possession of firearm by certain persons after police responded to 3211 Homer Adkins St., in reference to a terroristic threat. According to the police report, officers arrived at the scene because Jones and another woman had been involved in an altercation. The altercation had originated in Little Rock and continued at the Jacksonville address. Stacey Phillips of Jacksonville told police that Jones was known to carry a firearm and it was currently at the residence. Phillips brought police a white bag and stated that the firearm was inside the bag. Jones told police it was not her firearm and if it had been placed in the bag she did not put it there.

Stacey Phillips, 35, of Jacksonville was arrested on charges of theft by receiving after police responded to 3211 Homer Adkins St., in reference to a terroristic threat. According to the police report, officers arrived at the scene because Latoya Jones and Phillips had been involved in an altercation. The altercation had originated in Little Rock and continued at the Jacksonville address. Phillips told police that Jones was known to carry a firearm and it was currently at the residence. Phillips brought police a white bag and stated that the firearm was inside the bag. Jones told police it was not her firearm and if it had been placed in the bag she did not put it there.

Johntae Henry, 21, of Jacksonville was arrested on a charge of forgery after police were called to 135 Roosevelt St. in reference to a domestic battery. The arrest was made as police were serving a warrant and search for a weapon.

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