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All suspects are presumed innocent until proven guilty in court.
Hot Springs Police K-9 Officer Constant was on patrol in the area of Hobson Street at Campbell Street when he allegedly noticed some suspicious activity at the apartment complex in the 100 Block of Campbell Street.
He went to check the apartment’s parking lot and observed a car on fire and a vehicle leaving the scene. The vehicle turned out of the p-lot and directly towards him. The suspect vehicle allegedly immediately threw it into reverse and punched it. So now, the suspect vehicle is fleeing from HSPD eastbound on Campbell Street in reverse.
The suspect vehicle (a white Honda) went out of control just prior to the Jeffries Street Intersection. The suspect vehicle struck a parked van, continued a short distance and crashed it’s rear end into a vacant house. The 2 occupants of the suspect vehicle fled the scene on foot. Dope and guns were allegedly found in the suspect’s car. A perimeter of HSPD officers was set and the K-9 Team of Officer Constant and Raven attempted to track the suspects down. No arrest was made.
Holcomb’s Transport & Recovery took charge of the suspect vehicle and removed it from the scene.
Hot Springs Fire Troops were called to extinguish the car fire at the apartment complex on Campbell Street. They confirmed that this was a suspicious fire and called the HSFD Deputy Fire Marshal. Deputy Fire Marshal Scott came out and checked some things about the burned out Mazda. His findings are unknown to me.
Ernie’s Took charge of this vehicle and removed it from the scene.