2018 IRS Refund Schedule
All suspects are presumed innocent until determined guilty in court.
Hot Springs Police Officer McCauley was dispatched to the rear of a local motel parking lot last week in reference to a welfare check. A witness called in saying that a man was passed out in a vehicle at that location.
When Officer McCauley arrived and located the vehicle fitting the description, she knocked on the window, woke him up and made contact with the man who was passed out in the driver’s seat of the vehicle with his penis outside of his clothing.
Off. McCauley ran the suspect’s information through the police computer and discovered that the suspect had an active warrant of arrest on file. William Tate White, 47 of Longhorn Loop in Garland County was arrested and searched. Inside a cigarette pack, Off. McCauley found 2 clear plastic baggies containing a white crystal substance that field tested positive for meth (2.3 grams).
Mr. White was transported to the Garland County Detention Center and processed. He is charged with Felony possession Of A Controlled Substance, Disorderly Conduct and Failure To Appear with a bond amount totaling $5,000.