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Story by Arkansas 911 News Writer Amanda Goodman
All suspects are presumed innocent until determined guilty in court.
Hot Springs Police Officer Bradbury was heading to a gunfire call at a residence in the 100 block of Knollwood Lodge Road around 5:30AM on 12/7/18, when the victim called back and said that the alleged shooter, Heather Alvis, 45, of Spruce Street, was chasing him in a vehicle.
About 15 minutes later Officers, the victim, and Ms. Alvis arrived at the intersection of Knollwood Lodge Road and Lakeshore Drive. The victim allegedly told officers that he left the scene after Ms. Alvis shot at his house and then she chased him in her vehicle.
Ms. Alvis allegedly told HSPD Sergeant Tinney that the victim was her boyfriend and that he had been buying her drugs. She allegedly admitted that she shot at the victim’s house after finding out that he had been cheating on her.
Ms. Alvis was arrested and allegedly threatened to kill the victim and made “death by officer” statements. Ms. Alvis was searched and officers allegedly located a Smith and Wesson 38 special revolver in her jacket pocket with 4 bullets and 1 fired round in the revolver.
Ms. Alvis was transported to the Garland County Detention Center for processing. At the detention center she allegedly became more uncooperative, began slinging snot or bodily fluids towards officers and refused to answer any more questions.
According to court documents, on July 1, 2019, she was found guilty of Felony Aggravated Assault and Felony Terroristic Threatening, and sentenced to 3 years probation, a $500 fine, charged $170 court costs, $250 DNA registry fee and a No Contact Order was entered into the system.