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Meth Allegedly Found During Traffic Stop; Felony Arrest x2 – HOT SPRINGS


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Story/Pics by Arkansas 911 News Chief Editor Paul Maddox

All suspects are presumed innocent until determined guilty in court.

Garland County Sheriff’s K-9 Sergeant Kellar and Aton were on patrol and passing through the city when they came across a janky looking Dodge Durango on Mason Street at Albert Pike Road.  They conducted the traffic stop in the Walgreens P-Lot.  Reason for stop: no license plate.

Sergeant Kellar introduced himself to the driver, Jon Timothy Roark, 58, of parts unknown.  Sgt. Kellar wasn’t with Mr. Roark long before allegedly locating a small amount of meth.  Mr. Roark was arrested.

Jon Timothy Roark, 58, of parts unknown – caught a dope charge while allegedly operating a vehicle on a public road without a license plate.

Inside the vehicle were 2 small dogs and Christina Marie Holetzky, 38, of parts unknown.  After dealing with Ms. Holetzky for several minutes, she too was arrested for allegedly possessing meth.

Christina Marie Holetzky, 38, of parts unknown – allegedly in possession of meth while riding around Hot Springs in an old Dodge Durango SUV.

A friend was called to come pick up the dogs and the suspects were transported to the Garland County Detention Center for processing.

Mr. Roark is charged with Felony Possession Of A Controlled Substance with a bond amount of $2,500.

Mrs. Holetzky is charged with Felony Possession Of A Controlled Substance and Felony Possession Of Drug Paraphernalia with a bond amount totaling $5,000.

GCSO Patrol Corporal Lane checking out the very large knife that was allegedly located in the Durango. (No charges for having the knife as far as I’m aware..it was just in the vehicle)