All suspects are presumed innocent until proven guilty in court.
On 6/24/2016, Garland County Sheriff’s Deputy Lane was dispatched to the 1800 Block of Airport Road in reference to a suspicious person.
Deputy Lane arrived and made contact with the subject and asked him for his name and date of birth.
The subject allegedly stated ” I’m not doing this now ” and began to flee. Deputy Lane chased the suspect and caught up to him behind Walgreens, where he was placed into custody.
As Deputy Lane walked the suspect back to his vehicle, the suspect began to hyperventilate. Dep. Lane radioed dispatch for LifeNet. LifeNet transferred the suspect to an area hospital where he gave false names and false dates of birth. The suspect finally gave Dep. Lane his real name and date of birth after allegedly giving multiple false names.
The suspect identified as Chad Allison, 34, of Hot Springs had a warrant out of Clark County. Additionally, Mr. Allison was very combative at the hospital toward Deputy Lane, cursing the deputy and allegedly attempting to jump on the deputy at one point.
Due to Mr. Allison being admitted to the hospital he was cited with a citation.
Charges against Mr. Allison listed on the citation were Fleeing a Class C Misdemeanor, Obstructing Governmental Operations x5 a Class C Misdemeanor, and Disorderly Conduct a Class C Misdemeanor.
On 6/25/2016, Garland County Sheriff’s Deputy Lane responded to a call in the 100 Block of West Sheets Trail.
Dep. Lane arrived on the scene and made contact with a female victim. She stated that her ex-boyfriend, identified as Chad Allison, 34, of Hot Springs, had allegedly come into her home without permission. Mr. Allison allegedly entered the home and began beating both the female victim and her current boyfriend who was also inside of the home. The female victim also stated that Mr. Allison allegedly threatened to kill them both with a knife.
Additionally, she stated that multiple times both she and the male victim tried to leave the residence and Mr. Allison allegedly chased them both down and beat them even more. Mr. Allison allegedly then dragged them both back into the house. At an unknown point in time, the female victim was able to escape and went to a nearby neighbors home to call for help.
After fleeing the scene Mr. Allison was located in the 500 Block of Whittington Avenue, where he was taken into custody and transported to the Garland County Detention Center.
Mr. Allison is charged Aggravated Residential Burglary, Kidnapping x2, Terroristic Threatening 1st Degree x2, Domestic Battery 2nd Degree, Battery 2nd Degree, Fleeing On Foot, Failure To Appear, Criminal Trespass and Theft Of Property.
His bond is set at $23,000.00.