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August 19th, 2014

Bauxite Superintendent served with order of protection

August 19, 2014

Bauxite Superintendent Matt Donaghy has been served with a temporary order of protection by his wife for alleged domestic abuse.

The order was served Monday and will remain in effect until the matter is addressed in court. A hearing is scheduled for 1:30 p.m. Sept. 8.

Judge Christopher Palmer of Pulaski County signed the order.

Matt Donaghy was married to Misty Donaghy on July 17, 2013, in Las Vegas, Nev., and the two separated on July 15, 2014.

Matt Donaghy filed for divorce on July 30, 2014. At the time the divorce was filed, he also put a restraining order on Misty Donaghy.

County's armyworm population unusually large

August 19, 2014

This year Saline County residents have had to fight an unusually large population of armyworms (caterpillars).

Armyworms eat grass and can especially affect hay farmers.

Billy Grace, who works on a farm near the Saline and Grant countyline, said he has spent about $1,000 lately just on poison to kill armyworms.

His 30-acre farm with 88 rows only had 33 rows after the armyworms started eating, he said.
He has had to spray the farm twice.

"It's just part of (being a farmer)," he said.

Daily Dispatch, Aug. 18, 2014

August 19, 2014

Benton Police Department
•An employee at Simmons Bank reported an individual wrote a forged check using a customer's closed account.
•A man on Watts Street reported a break-in at his residence.
•A man on Burton Street reported an individual wrote a forged check on his account.

Saline County Sheriff's Office
•A woman on Lucinda Lane reported the theft of her vehicle.
•A woman on Whitney Lane reported a theft.
•A man on Shaw Washout Road reported a theft.

Benton Fire Department
Benton firefighters responded to two rescue calls and a service call.

Bryant Fire Department

Humanitarian effort turns into robbery on interstate

August 19, 2014

A local man reported that he was robbed Saturday after stopping on Interstate 30 near mile marker 111 to help another person.

Israel Zelada, 47, was driving home when he said he noticed a gray vehicle on the shoulder of the road with its flashers on and he stopped to help. Two men attacked him and eventually he was knocked unconscious, according to the police report.

When he awoke, his company cellphone and money in his wallet were missing, he said.

After the incident, Zelada drove home and was taken later by his wife to Saline Memorial Hospital for treatment.

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