Early-morning bust leads to felony arrest

A 46-year-old Mayflower man was arrested following an early-morning search warrant conducted by the Faulkner County Sheriff’s Office.

 

Spokesman Adam Bledsoe said FCSO’s Special Response Team and Criminal Investigation Division set out to conduct a search warrant in the 400 block of Highway 89 North in Mayflower at 6 a.m. Wednesday. The Conway Police Department and 20th Judicial District Drug Task Force assisted in the early-morning bust.

“After a lengthy narcotics investigation, 46 year old David [Lee] Reynolds was arrested at the residence by investigators,” Bledsoe said in a press release Wednesday afternoon. “The search resulted in the seizure of methamphetamine, multiple pills, LSD, marijuana, suspected nerve block injection liquid, large amount of US currency, multiple firearms and stolen property.”

Bledsoe said investigators were thankful for the camaraderie the sheriff’s office has with CPD and the DTF.

Working alongside these agencies allowed for a safer execution of this search warrant, he said.

Reynolds, not to be confused with District Judge David L. Reynolds, currently faces seven felonies following Wednesday’s early-morning bust.

As of press time Wednesday, a court date and bond had not yet been set in Reynolds’s case.

Bledsoe said the case remains under investigation at this time.

 

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