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Hot Springs Police Officer Murray was dispatched to take a report of stolen property from a business on West Grand Avenue last week.
The complainant told the officer that Lajuan Lambert, 34 of Burchwood Bay Road in Hot Springs, had pawned 2 of the company’s laptop computers (valued at $2,598) and a power drill (valued at $150). HSPD Detective DeFoor was allegedly able to verify the information from pawn tickets that allegedly confirmed that the transactions took place.
Det. DeFoor interviewed Mr. Lambert in reference to the complaint. Mr. Lambert Allegedly admitted to taking the items without the owner’s consent and pawning them.
Mr. Lambert was arrested, transported to the Garland County Detention Center, processed and charged with Felony Theft Of Property with a bond of $2,500.