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08/01/2018

Hot Springs woman arrested for possession and public intoxication

Sheriff Scott Montgomery reports that on July 27, 2018 at approximately 9:30 PM Lt. Bill Finley and Deputy Cathy Byrd responded to a call of a woman walking down County Line Road trying to wave cars down. Upon arrival they met with Priscilla Mallory, 27 yrs old of Hot Springs, she stated that she was walking to Conway to hit some softballs. Lt. Finley advised her that it was 9:30 at night and that she was about 30 miles from Conway.

By this time Lt. Finley noticed a strong odor of intoxicants, he asked her if she had been drinking and she stated that she had been. Her name was ran thru ACIC to check for warrants and she was wanted out of Oppelo. As incident to arrest for public intoxication and the warrant, Ms. Mallory’s bag was inventoried, per department policy. During the inventory they found two small bags containing white powdery substance (Methamphetamines) and a small straw with residue in it, along with a bottle of Tequila.

Mallory was arrested and charged with possession of a controlled substance (class D felony), possession of drug paraphernalia (class D felony), and public intoxication (class C misdemeanor).

 
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