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Arkansas Couple Arrested at Parole Office

A husband and wife face charges after allegedly showing up to a parole visit with drugs, stolen property and other items
MOUNTAIN HOME, Ark. -- A husband and wife face charges after showing up to a parole visit with drugs, a gun and an allegedly stolen ring, according to police.

A report from the Baxter County Sheriff indicates that the Lakeview Police Dept. suspected Jack Creameans of stealing a ring and other items from an elderly couple in the summer of 2013.

When he came to his parole hearing, according to the report, police searched him and his wife, Kimberly Creameans. They found the ring, a crystalline substance that tested positive for methamphetamine, and a leafy substance that tested positive for marijuana.

Police then searched the couple's 2010 Ford Mustang and found several syringes, a set of scales, a glass pipe and a muzzle loading rifle.

According to the report, both Kimberly and Jack Creameans are convicted felons and cannot legally possess a firearm.

Both are being held on bond and face multiple charges.
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