IZARD COUNTY SHERIFF'S FELONY REPORT SHERIFF JACK YANCEY
On September 26, Deputies were called to the apartments on Main Street in Melbourne for a reported domestic violence call between a male and a female. Upon arrival, deputies learned that the victim had been assaulted inside the apartment and outside the apartment. When the victim ran outside the apartment the suspect, Blandon Elkins age 44 of Melbourne, continued to assault the victim and was using a stun gun on her. Two witnesses observed what was happening and went to assist the victim. Elkins then went after the witnesses with the stun gun before retreating into the apartment. As a result, Elkins was charged with the following charges:
Three counts of aggravated assault.
Domestic battery 3rd degree.
Elkins bond was set at $10,000 professional with a court date in the Izard County Circuit Court of October 28.
As a result of further investigation of an incident on September 18 where Dannie McGrew, age 60 of Horseshoe Bend, was reported to have been aggressive to individuals and was asked to leave an apartment on 3rd Street in Horseshoe Bend. After McGrew had left the apartment he started traveling back and forth on a golf cart waving a gun around. McGrew had been charged in the Izard County District Court. On September 28, the charges on McGrew were upgraded to the following in the Izard County Circuit Court.
Terroristic threatening 1st degree.
McGrew's bond was set at $5,000 professional with a court date in the Izard County Circuit Court of October 28.
On October 2, Jessica Wolford, age 35 of Horseshoe Bend, was arrested by Deputy J Barnes for domestic battery 3rd degree. Wolford is scheduled to appear in the Izard County District Court on November 3. While Wolford was being booked, she had a glass smoking device that she had hidden on her person. She left the smoking device in the intake area of the jail. As a result, Wolford was also charged with furnishing prohibited articles.
Her bond was set at $10,000 with a court date in the Izard County Circuit Court of October 28.
On October 3, Kerry Sager, age 39 of Pineville, and William Malone, age 35 of Pineville, were arrested on a warrants stemming from a home visit by Probation/Parole at an address off of Harris Street in Pineville where numerous items of drug paraphernalia and drugs were located. As a result, Sager and Malone were charged with the following:
Six counts of drug paraphernalia.
Five counts of possession of a controlled substance to wit methamphetamine and marijuana.
Sager's and Malone's bonds were set at $50,000 professional each with a court date in the Izard County Circuit Court of October 28.
On October 3, Deputies were dispatched to an address on Ruddells Road in Sylamore for on a report where homeowners had detained a burglary suspect. Upon arrival it was learned the homeowners were in their back yard when the suspect was found walking close by. The suspect stated he was hiking and had lost his back pack and asked to use the phone. One of the homeowners went inside to get her cell phone for the suspect to use, but could not find it. When they called the cell phone it started ringing in the suspect's pocket. Law enforcement was called and numerous other items that belonged to the homeowner were located on his person. As a result, Blake Bisbee, age 39 of Stuttgart, was charged with the following:
Theft of property.
Bisbee's bond was set at $20,000 professional with a court date in the Izard County Circuit Court of October 28.
Submitted by Chief Deputy Charley Melton
Photos of Elkins, McGrew, Wolford, Sager, Malone, and Bisbee provided