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HS police seek alleged impersonator

Hot Springs police are trying to locate a suspect who reportedly stole several law enforcement-related items from a local military surplus shop, then used the items to shoplift other items the next day.

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Police log

April 17 Creative Frames, 303 Albert Pike Road, reported a theft of jewelry, cash and a computer. Jason LaComfora reported a burglary at 124 Apple Blossom Place. Missing were a bag, tools, a car battery and a nail gun.

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Tree work to close part of Exchange

Exchange Street, from north of the Exchange Street Parking Plaza entrance to Mountain Street, will be closed to through traffic from 7:30 a.m. until noon today for tree replacement.

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Police investigate fatal collision

Hot Springs police accident reconstruction officers are investigating the cause of a fatal collision between two motorcycles and a car Tuesday evening on Malvern Avenue at the Hollywood Avenue intersection, police Cpl. Kirk Zaner said Wednesday.

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Powerball

The winning numbers drawn Wednesday night in Powerball are: 09-10-12-17-23 Powerball: 09

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Multiagency roundup results in 25 felony arrests

Multiple law enforcement agencies participated in a warrant roundup in and around the Hot Springs area Monday, resulting in the arrest of 25 suspects on multiple felony charges, Garland County Prosecutor Michelle Lawrence announced Tuesday at a news conference.

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U.S. Postal Service probes bomb

The U.S. Postal Service and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives were brought in to investigate an apparent explosive device found early Monday in a local man's mailbox, Garland County Under Sheriff Jason Lawrence said Tuesday.

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Sheriff's log

April 14 Henry Buchtolz reported a theft of a wallet, cash and credit cards at 3980 River Glen. April 16 Leanna Fletcher reported a theft of a car title at 1871 E. Grand Ave.

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Police log

April 16 Timothy Jeffcoat reported a theft of a white ford F65 at 510 Stover St. James Ahlefeld reported a theft of a wallet, cards and cash at Oaklawn Racing and Gaming, 2705 Central Ave.

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NPC hosts Aerospace Day

High school students in the National Park Technology Center met with representatives in the local aerospace industry Tuesday as part of Aerospace Day.

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