June 5th, 2014
A Saline County man has been charged with his fourth driving while intoxicated offense and his bond was set at $250,000.
On June 1, during a traffic stop, James Mickel Reep performed poorly on a field sobriety test and provided a breath sample of 0.26. He was booked into the Saline County Detention Center for driving while intoxicated, fourth offense, careless and prohibited driving and driving on a suspended driverâ€™s license, said Saline County Prosecuting Attorney Ken Casady.
The Benton and Bryant police departments and Everett Buick GMC are participating in a summer cereal drive that is sponsored by THV11 and the Arkansas FoodBank.
The drive officially kicked off Monday, but the police departments have had a little bit of a head start.
Both departments have received large donations of cereal.
So far, the Benton Police Department has received about 1,000 boxes of cereal.
Anyone hauling debris to the landfill without properly covering the load can expect to get ticketed.
An Arkansas law states that it is unlawful to transport litter, trash, or garbage unless the vehicle is covered to prevent its contents from blowing, dropping, falling off, or otherwise departing from the vehicle. This law applies to both individuals and commercial haulers.
Within the last 10 days, Bauxite police wrote one ticket and issued one warning that concerned this issue, according to Mayor Johnny McMahan.