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10/27/2020

Pindall man arrested for burglary

 

  A one vehicle rollover car accident that occurred on October 20 at 10:35 p.m., lead to the arrest 35 year old Chyenne Foster of Pindall. According to Searcy County Sheriff Kenny Cassell, Foster was arrested while walking on Hwy. 65 in St. Joe. At the time of his arrest, his right hand was cut and his arms were scratched.

  Cassell said Chief Deputy Dewayne Pierce and a Searcy County deputy were dispatched to the scene of the rollover which occurred at the intersection of S. Wollum Road and Love Road in St. Joe. After arriving on scene, deputies learned that Foster has left of the scene of the accident and could not be located.

  On October 21, Pierce received information concerning a break-in at the Ozark Mountain School District St. Joe Campus. Deputies learned a bathroom window was broken out and allowing someone to enter the building illegally.

  At the school, deputies reviewed surveillance footage that showed Foster entering the school. Deputies learned Foster was leaving a local business where deputies located him, took him into custody and transported him to the Searcy County Jail for questioning. At the time Foster was taken into custody, deputies noticed the cut on his right hand.

  Investigation of the scene revealed the bathroom window had been broken from the outside, but blood was found on the inside of the window which is consistent with someone climbing through the window.

  During an interview with deputies, Foster stated he did not remember entering the school through the window, but when he woke up he was laying on a pile of clothes inside the school. He also told law enforcement that he was on his way to the liquor store when the rollover accident occurred.

  Foster was charged with felony commercial burglary, misdemeanor criminal mischief and misdemeanor theft of property.

  During a probable cause hearing held Thursday, October 22, Foster's bond was set at $7,500.