Posted by Arkansas 911 News Chief Editor Paul Maddox
All suspects are presumed innocent until determined guilty in court.
Hot Springs Police Officer Larkin reports that he was dispatched to the 100 block of Pine Street October 4, 2021, around 4AM, in reference to 3 people checking door handles on vehicles in that area.
Off. Larkin arrived and made contact with a witness. The witness said that he watched 3 suspects, all wearing hoodies, pulling on various car door handles. He said he watched the suspect with red pants go into a white Ford truck.
Off. Larkin found 3 people matching the description of the suspects in the 200 block of Main Street. The 3 suspects were arrested. They were identified as: Xavier Malik Moultrie, 21, homeless in Hot Springs; Jalil Rashad Glover, 20, of Freeman Street in Hot Springs, and Quiveonta Daquon Paskel, 18, of Vista Street in Hot Springs.
All suspects were searched. Police found Mr. Paskel to be in possession of a Hyundai key fob, $243.58 in cash and a cigar package containing 6.4 grams of marijuana. The key fob belonged to a vehicle that had been broken into on Greenwood Avenue. Another victim from Afton Street was contacted and advised that $212 had been taken from his vehicle. The Afton Street victim also said that his driver’s license was missing from inside his vehicle.
During the search of the suspects, Mr. Moultrie was found to be in possession of the missing driver’s license.
Detective Branstetter interviewed Mr. Paskel at the detectives office. Mr. Paskel said that he found the key fob laying on the ground in front of an unknown address. He said that he used the fob o gain access to the vehicle it was programmed to.
All 3 suspects were transported to the Garland County Detention Center for processing.
Mr. Paskel is charged with Felony Breaking Or Entering x6 and Possession Of A Controlled Substance with bond set at $16,000.
Mr. Glover is charged with Felony Breaking Or Entering x6 with bond set at $15,000.
Mr. Moultrie is charged with Felony Breaking Or Entering with bond set at $15,000.