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Thursday, August 20, 2015

Why did military police search a North Little Rock HVAC contractor's offices yesterday?

Posted By on Thu, Aug 20, 2015 at 9:33 AM

At Arkansas Business, Gwen Moritz reports on some odd goings-on at Powers of Arkansas, an HVAC contractor in North Little Rock:

Agents wearing U.S. Army police vests searched the offices of Powers of Arkansas in North Little Rock on Wednesday.

Alan Hope, owner of the HVAC contractor, did not return a phone call seeking comment. Little Rock defense attorney Chuck Banks confirmed to Arkansas Business that he is representing Hope.

Moritz said the North Little Rock PD and the FBI both denied involvement in the operation and notes that the company has done extensive contract work for the federal government in the past. Looks like they've had a number of jobs with the Department of Veterans Affairs in particular.

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