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Conway woman shot, injured

Posted: December 2, 2010 - 11:21am

A Conway woman was hospitalized early Thursday morning after suffering a gunshot wound to the head.

According to the report, Janna Latoya Jones, 26, was taken to Conway Regional Medical Center just after midnight.

According to Lt. Susan Wilson of the Conway Police Department, Jones was transported to UAMS in Little Rock. Her condition is unknown.

Jones was driven to the hospital by James Saulsberry of Conway.

Saulsberry was arrested on an unrelated warrant and is being held at the Faulkner County Detention Center pending further investigation.

Wilson said no other information on the case was available at this time.

(Staff writer Stephanie Fischer can be reached by e-mail at stephanie.fischer@thecabin.net or by phone at 505-1238. Send us your news at www.thecabin.net/submit.)

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TheVoiceInYourHead
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TheVoiceInYourHead 12/03/10 - 01:31 pm
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Does the good Sumatran law

Does the Good Samaritan Law not apply to this? How are we creating an incentive NOT to help someone with a gunshot wound to the head? Seriously, are we not promoting the wrong thing when a fellow takes a dying person to the hospital and is ARRESTED? For "unrelated warrants"? Good job, way to get your $300 for failure to appear Faulkner County.

Greed. Greed. Greed. Greed. Greed. Greed. Greed.

This story shows just how much humanity we've lost.

i_wonder
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i_wonder 12/03/10 - 01:46 pm
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Greed?
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Good Samaritan laws are laws or acts protecting those who choose to serve and tend to others who are injured or ill. They are intended to reduce bystanders' hesitation to assist, for fear of being sued or prosecuted for unintentional injury or wrongful death.

ucantbserious
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ucantbserious 12/03/10 - 02:22 pm
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What the heck is a Sumatran?

Is that like a dedicated train for sumo wrestlers?

notthisboy
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notthisboy 12/03/10 - 02:43 pm
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He had warrants

It does not matter how good a deed the person has done, if they have warrants they should be arrested. Failing to do so would be dereliction of duty and a violation of the officers code of ethics.

i_wonder
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i_wonder 12/03/10 - 02:48 pm
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not to mention
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the law only covers INJURING the hurt person, not wiping the slate clean of all priors.

In other words, the lady can't sue him for picking her up and putting her in the car, if doing so made her condition worse.

Tjernobyl_Child
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Tjernobyl_Child 12/03/10 - 03:11 pm
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Sumatran is:

A very good blend of coffee.

cynic1290
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cynic1290 12/03/10 - 03:16 pm
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to Notthisboy

I have no doubt you are FACTUALLY accurate on this but there is no getting around how this LOOKS.

5away
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5away 12/03/10 - 04:09 pm
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The whole story hasn't been

The whole story hasn't been released yet. He may turn out to be more than someone who "just drover her to the hospital" once it is all told.

cynic1290
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cynic1290 12/03/10 - 04:31 pm
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to 5away

That is a good point.

lo
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lo 12/03/10 - 06:12 pm
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if he did not have any thing

if he did not have any thing to do with the shooting at least he will get his problem taken care of with warrant he can go on with life and not have to worry about when there going to pick him up all the time one less worry for him he should have taken care of it on his own

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