Posted by Arkansas 911 News Chief Editor Paul Maddox
All suspects are presumed innocent until determined guilty in court.
Hot Springs Police Officer Tart reports that he was on patrol in the area of WalMart on Central Avenue when he spotted a white Ford van being operated on public streets with no license plate. He turned on the blue lights and conducted a traffic stop on the van. Prior to the van stopping, Off. Tart noticed the male, front seat passenger turn around to the back seat. Then, he turned back around.
Off. Tart made contact with the driver, Belinda Ann Yosel, 63, of Chapel Street in Hot Springs. Off. Tart checked both Ms. Yosel’s and the passenger’s, David S. Boring, 51, of Hagan Street in Hot Springs, pertinents through the police computer. The check revealed that Mr. Boring was on probation with a search waiver on file and was wanted by by the court in Garland County. Probationer Boring was arrested.
The vehicle was searched. Officers located a camera bag in the floor behind the front seat passenger. Inside the bag was 7 baggies containing approximately 17.6 grams of meth, multiple empty baggies and a loaded syringe.
Both prisoners were transported to the Garland County Detention Center for processing. Neither of them claimed the meth. They were both charged with Felony Possession Of A Controlled Substance With Purpose To Deliver and Felony Possession Of Drug Paraphernalia with bond set at $12,000. Probationer Boring’s arrest warrant charging Probation Violation was served.