GENTRY -- Police in Gentry arrested Daniel P. Gannon, 48, of Rogers, in connection with a domestic disturbance in Gentry on Oct. 23. According to police reports, Gannon is alleged to have thrown his wife to the floor, grabbed her, choked her and threatened to kill her. He is also alleged to have ripped the phone cord out of the wall when she tried to call police and then, outside their residence, head-butted her. Gannon was listed on the Benton County Jail log yet on Sunday with bail set at $5,000. Listed charges include aggravated assault on a family member (felony), terroristic threatening in the first degree (felony), false imprisonment (misdemeanor), interference with emergency communications (misdemeanor), and two counts of endangering the welfare of a minor (misdemeanor).
Rachel Arnold, 61, of Gentry, was arrested Oct. 19 in connection with a physical disturbance on West Main Street in Gentry. According to police reports, Arnold is alleged to have pulled the hair of a female family member and struck her in the face, giving her a black eye and damaging her glasses. Charges included domestic battery in the third degree (misdemeanor).
Gentry police were seeking a warrant for Shawn J. Barrett, 38, of Rogers, in connection with the theft of a car and tools in Gentry and crashing a car in Gentry on Oct. 24 which was reported to have been stolen out of Rogers. Barrett was stopped by a sheriff's deputy in Gravette in the vehicle stolen out of Gentry and was arrested. Gentry police were seeking a warrant for theft of property (Class C felony) and criminal mischief in the first degree (a Class D felony). Barrett also faces other agency charges and was being held in the Benton County Jail yet on Sunday.General News on 11/02/2016
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