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Friday, April 24, 2015

Friday open line. Also 'high' school times and jail deputy arrest

Posted By on Fri, Apr 24, 2015 at 3:08 PM

Here's the open line and today's video news roundup. Also:

* HIGH TIMES AT MAUMELLE HIGH: KATV reports an alcohol-related accident involving a teacher at Maumelle who reportedly crashed into another car in the school parking lot. Later, in an unrelated incident, a drunk student was arrested after being pepper sprayed when he reportedly resisted officers.

* PULASKI DEPUTY ARRESTED: The Pulaski sheriff says another jail deputy, Kyle Guyer, has been arrested,  for working with people outside on taking contraband, including marijuana and methamphetamines into the jail. The deputy has resigned. Three others — one inmate, his father and a woman were arrested in the scheme. According to the report, they dropped tobacco, candy, cash and pot and meth in a snuff can in a car outside the jail that the deputy retrieved. Investigators were alerted by intercepting a call from the inmate to his father.

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