It was a call to the Independence County Sheriff’s Department regarding stolen guns.
According to Deputy Adam McGilton, the man reporting the incident said he met a woman last Friday night at a local establishment. Later, the two went to the man’s residence where he said the woman stayed all night and left the following morning.
After the woman left, the victim said he noticed two of his firearms — a Taurus .9mm pistol and a Hi-Point .45-caliber handgun — that had been there before the woman was there were now missing.
The man then told McGilton he did not know the woman’s name, but did give the deputy a description of the vehicle she was driving — a black Ford SUV.
Get up-to-date local and regional news along with the latest sports and weather every weekday morning by listening to Gary B. on Ozark Newsline, broadcast from the First Community Bank Newsroom on Arkansas 103.3 KWOZ. White River Now updates are also aired weekday mornings on 93 KZLE, Outlaw 106.5, and 99.5 Hits Now. Have a news tip or event to promote? Email White River Now at firstname.lastname@example.org. Be sure to like and follow us on Facebook and Twitter. Add don’t forget to download the White River Now mobile app from the Google Play Store or the Apple App Store.