Domestic assault, identity theft and drugs keep MPD busy
Wed, 05/20/2020 - 2:59pm classified@mont...
According to Monticello Police Chief Jason Akers, a Monticello man is facing felony domestic battery charges as well as aggravated assault on a family member.
According to Akers, MPD arrested Treveian Antonie Jackson, 27, after officers responded to a call for service from the victim stating the alleged assaults included a firearm.
Jackson left the scene of the incident and with the help of the Arkansas State Police and Drew County Deputies, he was arrested by MPD officers at a residence in the county.
Jackson faces charges of Domestic Battery, 2nd Degree and Aggravated Assault on a Family member. He received a $15,000 bond.
In an unrelated incident, a Little Rock woman and a Conway man are facing multiple felony charges after being arrested by the Monticello Police Department Late Monday, May 18.
Officers were investigating a potential identity fraud case when they encountered the couple at a local Hotel. Upon interacting with Alan Davis and Melanie York, both age 44, officers observed suspected drug paraphernalia in the couples motel room.
A consensual search of the room resulted the confiscation of methamphetamine, as well as multiple computers and personal financial data and records, with documents containing numerous social security numbers and other items commonly found in identity theft cases.
Both York and Davis were charged with possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of methamphetamine, unauthorized used of another’s property to facilitate crimes, forgery 2nd, fraudulent use of a credit card and criminal impersonation.
York was also wanted on felony forgery warrants from Maumelle, Ark.
Both suspects received a $50,000 bond.