By Alex Kienlen
Log Cabin correspondent
From Faulkner County Sheriff’s reports
It was Wednesday, Sept. 28 at about 7 p.m. when a deputy was called to a home about criminal mischief.
There he spoke with a man who said at some point during the day an unknown someone had tampered with his game camera.
The memory card was missing from it, he told the deputy, and someone had otherwise disabled the camera, possible with a Taser.
This had been done in past, using a Taser to disable his camera, he told the deputy. The man also told the deputy whoever had done all this had also cut the security cable for the camera, which tied the camera to a tree, and then re-secured the camera.
Dogs and machines
Deputies were dispatched to a home where a man, they were told, was threatening to shoot someone else’s dog. The reporting officer arrived on scene and met with a man and woman.
The woman said she is the one who called, as the man was deaf. The man could, however, read lips and the deputy was able to speak with him. He was told he and another man, a neighbor, were arguing about who actually owned a four-wheeler that each had done work on.
The deputy went and spoke with the neighbor who agreed this was the case. Nobody, the deputy was told, had threatened to shoot anybody’s dog.
The deputy advised the pair that this was a civil matter to be decided by the courts. As the deputy was wrapping up he found out one of the men had multiple warrants in Pulaski county. That man was taken into custody and delivered to the Morgan exit, where he was turned over to Pulaski Sheriff, the report concluded.