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Mena Police Department: January 8-13, 2017

January 8, 2017

Report was taken from a local woman who said that someone had been on her property yelling and swearing. No charges were filed.

Debra Cannon, 59, of Mena was charged with theft of property after an incident at a local convenience store regarding a gas skip.

January 9, 2017

Officers entered a report regarding a local woman having been accused of 19 counts of theft of property (shoplifting) from a local retail store.  Cases have been forwarded to the prosecuting attorney for evaluation.

January 10, 2017

Officers assisted the Dexter, Missouri Police Department in finding a woman listed as missing. She was located at a residence in Mena.

A local woman reported that she had located drug paraphernalia in her home that she believes belonged to an acquaintance. The paraphernalia was seized.

January 11, 2017

Jeremie E. Williamson, 41, of Mena was charged with DWI and driving left of center. The arrest followed a traffic stop.

Donald M. Baugh, 56, of Mena was charged with DWI, refusal to submit, and having no proof of insurance. The arrest followed response to a traffic accident.

A local man reported having witnessed three youths vandalizing a sign at a local utility facility. The individuals had left the scene. Case is pending.

A Mena man reported that his former daughter-in-law was on his property and refused to leave. She was advised to leave the scene.

January 12, 2017

No completed reports filed.

January 13, 2017

Melissa Turpin, 42, of Mena was charged with theft of property (shoplifting) after a call to a local retail store.

Owner of a local vehicle repair business reported that someone had broken into several vehicles on his property and stolen several items. Case pending.

Bridget D. Glasgow, 42, was arrested on a warrant for parole violation.

Elizabeth Seaman, 47, of Cove was charged with theft of property (shoplifting) after officers were called to a local retail store.

Brandon Lee Montgomery, 29, of Oden was charged with theft of property (shoplifting). The arrest followed a call to a local retail store.

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