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Mena Police Department: January 17-23, 2016

January 17, 2016

Jason D. Rosson, 34, and Joy M. Reed, 27, both of Mena were charged with disorderly conduct after officers were called to a residence at a local mobile home park.

Report was taken of the lights on in a local residence where the homeowners were out of town.  Case is pending further investigation and interview of suspect.  The homeowner returned and determined that nothing had been taken from the house.

Report was taken of very young children being left at home without supervision.  Case was referred to DHS.

January 18, 2016

A Mena woman reported that someone had fraudulently used her credit card online to make a purchase.  She was able to void the transaction.

Report was made of someone loitering around a local church building.  Case is pending interview of suspect.

January 19, 2016

A Mena woman reported that her child’s father was violating an order of protection that is currently in place.  Case is pending.

A report was made by a Mena man regarding the theft of a “for sale” sign in front of a property he co-owns with his former wife.  Case is pending.

Kathryn Jane Gilvarry, 34, of Mena was arrested on an outstanding warrant from the Mena Police Department for failure to appear.  Gilvarry was arrested by Sevier County authorities and local officers traveled to DeQueen to bring her to Mena.

January 20, 2016

Aaron Ollar, 28, of Mena was arrested on an outstanding warrant on a class “C” felony.

January 21, 2016

Officers responded to a welfare check at a local residence.  The residents had been bickering, and a glass door had inadvertently been broken.  Two of the individuals had cuts to their hands, but refused medical help.  No arrests were made.

January 22, 2016

A Mena man reported that his roommate had stabbed and choked him.  Case is pending location and interview of suspect.

January 23, 2016

Two Mena youths, ages 17 and 14 were charged with violation of curfew after they were found in a local park.

Officers completed an additional six reports and worked five accidents.

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