The Arkadelphia Siftings Herald posted a story yesterday afternoon almost as exciting as an OBU-Henderson game.
It details a police report that indicated charges were expected to be filed in the case of a local man who used a bogus identity on Facebook to solicit a couple to perform sex acts for money. The newspaper said Jonathan Huber of Arkadelphia was implicated in the case and had admitted to police he used a false identity on Facebook "to solicit contact with young women."
Huber, the article notes, is a former Clark County justice of the peace. A Republican, Huber is a lawyer and owner of a real estate rental business.
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