The Saline County Sheriff's Office has arrested two people in connection with an armed robbery Friday morning at JJ's Truck Stop.
Trent Williams, 23, and Zachary Hattabaugh, 23, both of Malvern, were arrested in Hot Spring County on Friday afternoon, said Lt. Scott Courtney, Saline County Sheriff's Office spokesperson.
Williams is accused of entering the store with a pistol and taking an unknown amount of money. Hattabaugh allegedly waited outside the store and drove the "getaway vehicle," Courtney said.
FROM THE BENTON POLICE DEPARTMENT:
On 8/25/14, officers with the Benton Police Department took a report of vandalism at the Benton High School.
It was discovered by school staff that some of the glass on the rotunda area near the office had been broken over the previous weekend. The glass was broken by what appeared to be two bullet holes through it.
Video surveillance shows the suspect in the case driving a small motorcycle and firing two rounds towards the rotunda area before speeding off. This incident took place at approximately 12:23 AM on 8/23/14.
The teen who was arrested in connection with a "hill-jumping" accident earlier this month appeared in District Court on Monday before Judge Mike Robinson for a bond hearing. Robinson did not give Sadler a bond saying that it was "because of his age."
Charles K. Sadler of Bryant had his bond revoked on Aug. 20 and he was arrested on Aug. 21 after he received two traffic citations on Aug. 14.
Sadler was pulled over by Arkansas Highway Police for allegedly traveling 94 mph in a 70 mph zone on Interstate 30. Sadler was cited for speeding and reckless driving according to the officer.