By ROB MORITZArkansas News BureauLITTLE ROCK — Searchers in Benton County recovered the bodies of three drowning victims Wednesday while residents of western Arkansas communities sifted through rubble left by storms Tuesday night that left four people dead.Robert McGowan, spokesman for the Benton County Office of Emergency Management, said divers with the sheriff’s office recovered the bodies of one woman and two children — three of the four people who where riding in a car that was swept away by flood waters Monday evening. Divers spent Tuesday looking for the vehicle and victims but the search was suspended at nightfall. They returned early Wednesday and found the vehicle in Butler Creek near the Illinois River, McGowan said.Searchers were still looking for a second woman who was in the vehicle. Meanwhile, the city of Clarksville imposed an 8 p.m. to 8 a.m. curfew beginning Wednesday after reports of attempted looting in the aftermath of Tuesday night’s deadly storms in Johnson and Franklin counties. Authorities said high winds and possibly tornadoes racked the area. In Franklin County, one person was reported dead in the Etna community and another in Denning, said Renee Preslar, spokeswoman for the Arkansas Department of Emergency Management.In Johnson County, one person was reported dead in Strawberry and another in the Bethlehem community, Preslar said. The storms caused widespread damage in the area, including Clarksville, Ozone, Stone Hill and Strawberry in Johnson County.Preslar said there were reports of numerous injuries, and about 20 homes in Johnson County were damaged or destroyed. The Red Cross set up an emergency shelter at Mount Zion Baptist Church in Clarksville, and rescue crews searched in both counties Wednesday to determine if others may have been injured or killed during the storms, she said. The storms were part of a front that moved through Oklahoma, Kansas and Arkansas on Tuesday, killing at least 15.Severe storms and possible tornados were forecast by the National Weather Services for much of eastern Arkansas into Wednesday night. A storm system in Kansas was expected to move into Missouri and then into Arkansas, which could develop into severe storms with damaging large hail and wind, the weather service said.