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Jacksonville, AR

#21 Aug 13, 2011
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None of this is true. No one was arrested. So end this s**t please.
This is true, someone was arrested so just deal with it.
news

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#22 Aug 13, 2011
maybe they finally got Heath Sanders for all those kick backs he gives!
none

Monette, AR

#24 Aug 16, 2011
No the man arrested for killing the Girl in Seneath worked at nucor. That why they FBI and other was there.
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#25 Aug 17, 2011
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No the man arrested for killing the Girl in Seneath worked at nucor. That why they FBI and other was there.
No, you haven't a clue. The man from Senath worked at Tenaris. The man arrested at Nucor was popped for coke. His last name is pulliam, his nickname is "Rerun." Check Kfvs 12 website.
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Blytheville, AR

#26 Aug 17, 2011
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<quoted text>No, you haven't a clue. The man from Senath worked at Tenaris. The man arrested at Nucor was popped for coke. His last name is pulliam, his nickname is "Rerun." Check Kfvs 12 website.
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9 indicted in conspiracy to distribute crack cocaine
Submitted by Amy Hancock, Region 8 News Web Producer
Tuesday, August 16th, 2011, 12:12pm
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Nine people have been indicted in a conspiracy to distribute crack cocaine between June 2010 and May 2011 in Dunklin County, Missouri.

Those indicted include:

RANDY EARL CARUTHERS, Blytheville, Arkansas
DAVID A. PARKER, Kennett, Missouri
LAMAR ANTHONY WHITE, Kennett, Missouri
MICHAEL DEWAYNE CARUTHERS, Kennett, Missouri
HINTON GILMER, JR., Poplar Bluff, Missouri
JO DEVON MAXWELL, Kennett, Missouri
CLARENCE PULLIAM, Kennett, Missouri
SIDNEY DENHAM, JR., Kennett, Missouri
DAVID LEE HARLEY, Poplar Bluff, Missouri

Each person was indicted by a federal grand jury on one felony count of conspiracy to distribute 280 grams or more of cocaine base.

In addition, Parker was charged with two counts of distributing 28 grams or more of cocaine base.

Each person faces a minimum term of ten years imprisonment and a maximum penalty of life imprisonment and/or fines up to $10,000,000 if convicted.

The two counts of distributing cocaine base carry a minimum term of five years imprisonment and a maximum penalty of 40 years imprisonment and/or fines up to $5 million.

"This is one of the largest drug busts in Missouri's bootheel," said Special Agent in Charge Dennis L. Baker of the FBI St. Louis Division in a press release from the United States Attorney's Office Eastern District of Missouri. "The indictment alleges activities in a one-year period, but is the result of an investigation that has been on-going for years. Today's (Monday's) arrests will take a significant amount of drugs off the streets and positively impact the community."
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#27 Aug 17, 2011
Thank you

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