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Alleged: Going To The Parole Office, On A Stolen Motorcycle, For A Meeting; Felony Arrest – HOT SPRINGS

Posted by Arkansas 911 News Chief Editor Paul Maddox

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Hot Springs Police Officer McAdoo reports that he was on patrol in the Millcreek Road area when he found a black Honda motorcycle swerving around as it drove down the road.

Off. McAdoo checked the bike’s license plate through the police computer and learned that the motorcycle had been reported stolen out of Hot Springs on April 12, 2021.  He told other officers via radio what was happening and followed the bike until he had a backup unit with him.  Then, they turned on the blue lights and conducted a felony traffic stop on the bike.

Contact was made with the rider, Justin Scott Chambers, 36, of Blakehill Place in Garland County.  Mr. Chambers was arrested and Mirandized.  When asked where he got the bike, he gave the name of a person and said that he borrowed it from him in order to go to a meeting at the parole office.  The registered owner of the bike is not the name that was given.

Justin Scott Chambers, 36, of Blakehill Place in Garland County – Allegedly riding a stolen motorcycle to the parole office for a meeting.

The NADA value placed on the motorcycle is $10,900.

Mr. Chambers was transported to the Garland County Detention Center for processing.  He is charged with Felony Theft By Receiving with bond set at $3,500.