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Parolee Allegedly Has $8,800 In Fake Money, Fake Dope And Meth; Felony Arrest – HOT SPRINGS

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Hot Springs Police Officer McAdoo was on patrol on Grand Avenue At Malvern Avenue on November 12/2019, around 11PM, when he allegedly found a maroon Hyundai Sonata stopped in a traffic lane and impeding traffic flow.

Off. McAdoo stopped the vehicle near Jefferson Street and made contact with the driver, Buddy Lee Harris, 41, of Caraway Street in Garland County.    He allegedly said that he was stopped in the street because he had “dropped his cigarette”.  Mr. Harris’s information was run through the police computer.  It was determined that he was a parolee with a search waiver on file.

Parolee Buddy Lee Harris, 41, of Caraway Street in Garland County – allegedly parked in the street with fake money, fake meth and meth.

Parolee Harris was arrested and searched.  Off. McAdoo allegedly removed a baggie containing  .8 grams of meth.  A search of the trunk allegedly uncovered a Glock Pistol box containing a digital scale, meth pipe with residue and 2 baggies of a counterfeit substance dressed up to look like meth.

Parolee Harris was transported to the Garland County Detention Center for processing.  He is charged with Felony Forgery, Felony Possession Of Meth, Felony Possession Of Fake Meth, Felony Possession Of Meth Paraphernalia x2 with a bond amount totaling $17,500.