Police arrest man for synthetic marijuana

Wednesday, August 1, 2012

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Driving in the turning lane and left of center caught the eye of Gentry police and also netted a Decatur man for possession of drug paraphernalia and what was believed to be synthetic marijuana or K2. Nicolas Ames, 24, of Decatur, was arrested by Gentry Police on July 23 after he allegedly made a wide turn south on Arkansas Highway 59 from Dawn Hill East Road and then drove in the turning lane and left of center, police reports say.

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