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ALLEGED: 18 Facebook Accounts; Arrest – HOT SPRINGS

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By Arkansas 911 News Investigative Reporter E’Lyse Golden

Hot Springs Police report that officers responded to West St. Louis Street on December 24, 2019 around 8:23 am in reference to harassment.

Officers contacted the victim who said her husband, Brian Parkinson, 54, of Lonjeta Lane in Hot Springs, who she had a no contact order against, kept attempting to contact her. The no contact order was issued on August 12, 2019 after Mr. Parkinson was charged with harassment against the victim.

Mr. Parkinson was allegedly creating new Facebook pages and liking the victim’s photos and tagging her in posts. The victim would block Mr. Parkinson, but he would create new Facebook pages and continue tagging her in posts.

HSPD Officer Cox saw 18 Facebook accounts created by Mr. Parkinson that the victim had blocked and a copy of the no contact order. An arrest warrant was obtained for Mr. Parkinson.

Mr. Parkinson was served his warrant on January 9 at the Garland County District Court after his trial hearing for the December 24 harassment charge. He was arrested and transported to the Garland County Detention Center for processing.

Mr. Parkinson is charged with Violation Of A No Contact Order with a bond of $1,000.

Brian Parkinson, 54, of Lonjeta Lane in Hot Springs