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Thursday, December 11, 2014

Ex-Razorback acquitted on murder charge back in trouble

Posted By on Thu, Dec 11, 2014 at 6:35 AM

click to enlarge JOSHUA MELTON
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KTHV reports that Joshua Melton, a former Razorback recently acquitted of a second-degree murder charge, is back in trouble with the law.

He was arrested at a Bentonville junior high school on suspicion of harassment, carrying a weapon (a knife) and loitering, the station said. He allegedly made threatening statements about an employee at the school. Said KTHV:  "According to police, he was in a relationship triangle with a woman and a male employee at the junior high school." The Benton County jail docket currently lists only harassment and loitering charges against Melton, 34, both misdemeanors.

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