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September 12th, 2014

Bryant audit comes back clean

September 12, 2014

Saline County Prosecuting Attorney Ken Casady has determined that the city of Bryant did not violate any state statutes in regard to undocumented travel expenses.

Casady has been asked to look into this issue in conjunction with the findings from the city's 2012 legislative audit.

"The city and various vendors have provided documentation for purchases referenced in your report," Casady said in a letter to Roger Norman of the Division of Legislative Audit. "Unless further action is requested by the Division of Legislative Audit, my office considers this matter closed."

Daily Dispatch, Sept. 11, 2014

September 12, 2014

Benton Police Department
•Gregory Holmes, 44, of Benton was arrested on Summerwood Drive and charged with public intoxication.
•A man on Worth Avenue reported items were stolen from his garage.
•An employee at Jimmy's Super Stop on Edison Avenue reported an individual left without paying the full amount for fuel.
•A man on Country Oaks drive reported several items were stolen from his residence.

Saline County Sheriff's Office
•A caller in Alexander advised that a man had pulled a gun on someone.
•A man in Mabelvale reported someone broke into his home.

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