Recent Crime News
Tuesday Apr 14 | via My Mother Lode
Out on probation after serving a three-year stint for attempted bank robbery, James Leon Clay of Georgetown was scheduled to appear at a court-ordered status conference in December to determine whether he was complying with the terms of his release, including treatment under a mental health court program. That same day, Clay, a 67-year-old wizened wisp of a man with a string of petty crimes to his name and a history of mental illness, met with a fellow parolee and former cellmate, who chatted him up in the lobby of the parole office and again while sitting in Clay's truck, according to law enforcement authorities. Comment?
Saturday Apr 11 | via Arkansas Online
NEWPORT -- A Delaware man arrested in the 1967 slaying of a North Little Rock man will return to Newport next week and will soon face a first-degree murder charge, Jackson County Sheriff David Lucas said Friday. Comment?
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