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All suspects are presumed innocent until determined guilty in court.
Hot Springs Police Officer Sampson was on patrol in the area of Malvern Avenue near Crescent Street last week when he had the opportunity to check a license plate on a vehicle in traffic.
The license plate number allegedly came back to the description of an entirely different vehicle. Off. Sampson stopped the white Dodge pick-up truck. He made contact with the driver, Garrett Lee Hepburn, 39 of Chambers Place in Hot Springs. A police computer check revealed 3 Failure To Appear Arrest Warrants on Mr. Hepburn.
Mr. Hepburn was arrested and the truck was inventoried by back-up officer HSPD Corporal May. Cpl. May allegedly located approximately 2 grams of meth and a glass smoking pipe inside the vehicle.
Mr. Hepburn was transported to the Garland County Detention Center for processing. He is charged with at least 2 counts of Failure To Appear, Felony Possession Of Meth and Felony Possession Of Drug Paraphernalia with a bond amount totaling $5,000.