Beebe Police Report Recent Felony ArrestsApr 10th, 2014 | By admin | Category: News and Features
Beebe Police Captain Eddie Cullum released the following information regarding recent felony narcotics arrests by the Beebe Police Department.
March 31st, 2014: Jamie Eillen Glass, also known as Jamie Eillen Fullerton, 43, of Searcy, was arrested on a felony bench warrant for “Delivery of methamphetamine” after an undercover buy was accomplished by the narcotics section of the BBPD. Glass was on parole at the time of the alleged sale. She is currently being held in a women’s unit of ADC in Pine Bluff. Bond was set for Glass at $20,000 and she is set to appear in the White County Circuit Court on May 6th, 2014.
April 1st, 2014: Dennis Wayne Bullard, 53, of Newport and Angela Diane Clark, 32, of Newport were arrested for “Possession of methamphetamine for the purpose to deliver,” “Possession of drug paraphernalia” and “Simultaneous possession of firearms and drugs” after Beebe Patrol Officers investigated a Ford F-150 extended cab pickup truck with lights on and engine running at a local motel. The investigation began after Lt. Brian Duke found the vehicle at approximately 3:56 a.m. with no one around the truck. Lt. Duke approached the vehicle due to the fact that both driver’s side doors were open. Found laying in the front driver’s seat was a zip-lock plastic bag containing a white crystalline substance believed to be methamphetamine. Also in the seat was a zipper bag containing a small bag of vegetation believed to be marijuana and three types of prescription drugs. The night clerk at the motel was contacted and provided the room number associated with the pick up. As Lt. Duke and Officer Quinton Eads approached the room, Bullard exited and identified himself as the owner of the vehicle. He was advised of his rights and related that the meth and other substances found belonged to him. Bullard gave consent to examine his room and as the officers and Bullard approached the door, Clark came out of the room. She was also advised of her rights. A loaded 9mm semi-auto pistol was observed on the bed and seized. Items of drug paraphernalia used to ingest controlled substances into the body such as glass pipes with white residue were found along with paraphernalia to package controlled substance such as small plastic baggies and digital scales. Bullard informed the officers that he had a 12 ga. shotgun in his pick up and the weapon was removed from the back passenger area and was also found to be loaded. Both suspects were taken to the White County Detention Center in Searcy and held in lieu of a $25,000 bond. Bullard’s 2006 Ford truck was seized and is subject to forfeiture.