Benton police officers recently arrested two men on child pornography and other related charges for two separate incidents.
In both cases, the men communicated with an investigator posing as a juvenile and shared explicit pictures and information about themselves, said Lt. Kevin Russell, Benton Police Department spokesperson.
Jonathan Ivy, 22, of Arkadelphia was arrested on March 28.
In a separate incident, Richard Washam, 24, of Pine Bluff initiated a meeting with the officer posing as a juvenile and was arrested on May 26 at the arranged meeting spot, Russell said.
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Every child has a favorite super hero. For 4-year old Harper Marsh of Benton, that hero is Batman.
With the help of the Benton Police Department, Harper was able to meet Batman â€” also known as Detective Dustin Hamm.
Harper has been diagnosed with leukemia and has been receiving treatment since November.