Deputy seizes $2.3K,

half-pound of methJONESBORO — A man faces life imprisonment after a half-pound of meth was seized during a parole search.

Charles Reynolds, 35, of Jonesboro, was stopped by a sheriff’s deputy near a residence on Craighead 797. Because he’s a parolee with a search waiver on file, his pickup truck was searched.

“A locking coin box” was found in the back seat, which contained 269 grams or half-pound of meth. Also found in the vehicle was a glass meth pipe on the floorboard and $2,358 in the suspect’s wallet.

While he was being detained, Reynolds dropped a syringe with a clear substance in it.

District Court Judge Tommy Fowler found probable Wednesday to charge him with trafficking a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia and set a $150,000 cash or surety bond.

The judge also found probable cause and set bond for the following:

Annalizsa Alls, 32, of Jonesboro, possession of Ecstasy with the purpose to deliver, possession of Adderall with the purpose to deliver, possession of meth more than 10 grams but less than 200 grams with the purpose to deliver, possession of Xanax with the purpose to deliver, possession of marijuana with the purpose to deliver, possession of drug paraphernalia with intent to distribute drugs; bond set at $15,000, cash or surety.

Shantaza Boykins, 27, of Jonesboro, possession of meth less than 2 grams with the purpose to deliver, possession of drug paraphernalia; bond set at $7,500, cash or surety.

Deandre Holmes, 24, of Jonesboro, first-degree terroristic threatening, aggravated assault on family or household member, harassing communication, discharging firearms within city limits; bond set at $50,000, cash or surety.

Matthew Johnson, 32, of Searcy, delivery of meth less than 2 grams; bond set at $75,000, cash or surety.

Benjamin Valeary, 26, of Jonesboro, possession of meth less than 2 grams with the purpose to deliver, possession of drug paraphernalia, theft of property valued at $1,000 or less; bond set at $11,000, cash or surety.

Timothy Williams, 32, of Jonesboro, possession of Ecstasy with the purpose to deliver, possession of Adderall with the purpose to deliver, possession of meth more than 10 grams but less than 200 grams with the purpose to deliver, possession of Xanax with the purpose to deliver, possession of marijuana with the purpose to deliver, possession of drug paraphernalia with intent to distribute drugs; bond set at $30,000, cash or surety.

David Young, 58, of Jonesboro, possession of meth more than 2 grams but less than 10 grams, possession of hydrocodone less than 2 grams, possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of marijuana less than 4 ounces; bond set at $25,000, cash or surety.

Armed man robs Sonic

JONESBORO — Police are investigating an aggravated robbery that occurred Tuesday night at Sonic, 1215 E. Johnson Ave.

Employees told the Jonesboro Police Department that an unknown male entered the restaurant, stole money “from an unsecured place” and left brandishing a gun, the incident report states. Two green bank bags, as well as $1,229.64 in cash and coins, were listed as stolen property.

The report suggests that the man fled the scene in a white four-door car.

In another report, Jonesboro mayoral candidate Thomas Elwood reported his truck stolen Wednesday morning from a parking lot in the 100 block of South Church Street.

Elwood told an officer that he parked his unlocked green 1998 Dodge Ram in the lot. He also stated that the truck could be started without a key and several campaign signs were left in the bed of the truck.

Other reports:

Bayer Crop Science, 154 Craighead 406, Jonesboro, theft of vehicle parts and accessories valued more than $5,000 but less than $25,000.

1600 block of Garland Drive, first-degree terroristic threatening.

The Haven Hotel, 3006 S. Caraway Road, first-degree forgery using a fake $100 bill.

Jonesboro, distributing, possession or viewing matter depicting sexual contact involving a child.

1300 block of Turner Street, theft of credit/debit cards.

4900 block of Prospector Drive, residential burglary, theft of property valued at $5,000 or less but more than $1,000 from a building.

2400 block of Phillips Drive, theft of a firearm valued at less than $2,500.

2200 block of Spence Circle, theft of credit/debit cards, theft of property valued at $1,000 or less.

2500 block of Alexander Drive, theft of property valued at $5,000 or less but more than $1,000 from a vehicle.

Intersection of Bradley Street and North Culberhouse Street, aggravated assault, third-degree battery causing injury.

1600 block of Courtney Cove, residential burglary, theft of property valued at $1,000 or less.