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July 29th, 2014

Daily Dispatch July 28

July 29, 2014

Benton Police Department
• A Benton woman reported that a money order she purchased at the Benton Walmart store was cashed at the Bryant Walmart without her knowledge. She had purchased the money order to pay her rent. Records of the transaction indicate the driver's license number of the individual who cashed the order was copied.
• A homemade two-axle, flatbed trailer was reported stolen from Weiss Towing on South Second Street.

Road closure in Bryant to begin Wednesday

July 29, 2014

The city of Bryant has announced the closure of Henson Place beginning Wednesday, July 30.

According to Mayor Jill Dabbs, the city will be installing culverts across the roadway to improve drainage and prevent flooding in the area.

This road will be closed until the construction work is completed.

Dabbs said the city will make every effort to complete the project before the start of a new school term.

Questions regarding the project should be directed to the Street Department at 501-943-0468.

BREAKING NEWS: Teen says male tried to kidnap her

July 29, 2014

BENTON — According to a press release sent by Lt. Kevin Russell with the Benton Police Department, officers responded to the South Street-Main Street intersection Monday on reports of a possible attempted kidnapping.

 

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