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Wanted Parolee Busted With Meth; Arrest – HOT SPRINGS


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All suspects are presumed innocent until determined guilty in court.

Hot Springs Police Detective Falls was working off duty at a local, late night establishment when the detective figured out that a patron had an outstanding parole warrant out for his arrest.

Absconding Parolee Nathan Allen Reynolds, 36 of Little Rock – wants police to throw away his meth before the jail deputies find it

Nathan Allen Reynolds, 36 of Little Rock, was arrested and an HSPD Transport Officer Corporal Rostan arrived to take custody of the prisoner.  On the way to the Garland County Detention Center, Absconding Parolee Reynolds allegedly asked for a favor from the officer.  He asked if the officer would throw away his package of cigarettes prior to arriving at the jail.

Cpl. Rostan explained that they could be thrown away in the booking room when they arrive.  Parolee Reynolds allegedly blurted out that meth was in the cigarette package.

Garland County Sheriff’s Booking Deputies searched the package and allegedly found a small baggie containing meth.

Parolee Reynolds is charged served the Parole Warrant and charged with Felony Possession Of Meth with no bond set and a parole hold for transfer back to prison.