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May 28th

Dozens of ballots tossed because of voter ID law

May 28, 2014

LITTLE ROCK — Two dozen ballots weren't counted in Arkansas' most populous county after voters who didn't show identification at the polls in last week's primary failed to return by a Tuesday deadline to present ID under a new state law, election officials said.

May 20th

Results are in

May 20, 2014

All precincts are reporting in Saline County and results are in.

********** (Democratic) **********

Vote for 1
Mike Ross . . . . . . . . . . Total votes: 2,541 Percentage: 88.91
Lynette "Doc" Bryant. . . . . . . Total votes: 317 Percentage: 11.09

********** (Republican) **********

U.S. Congress, District 2
Vote for 1
French Hill. . . . . . . . . . Total votes: 6,223 Percentage: 42.80

May 16th

Former Saline County sheriff Bruce Pennington arrested

May 16, 2014

Former Saline County sheriff Bruce Pennington was taken into custody at Walmart in Benton today. He is facing charges of abuse of public trust and theft of property which are both felonies. He is facing an additional misdemeanor charge for theft of property.
Two other former Saline County Sheriff's Office employees are also facing charges. Former Lt. Mike Frost is facing charges for illegal use of a communication device and delivery of a controlled substance. Jo Nell Mallory is facing charges for abuse of public trust and theft of property.

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