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Bella Vistas cases could be dismissed due to tampering

By Tracy Neal

This article was published January 13, 2018 at 1:05 a.m.

Clayton Jon Roberts

Arraignment

Clayton Jon Roberts’ arraignment is scheduled for Feb. 20 in Circuit Judge Robin Green’s courtroom.

Source: Staff Report

Problems with evidence kept at the Bella Vista Police Department mean a strong possibility one drug case will be dismissed, and an audit is underway to determine whether more cases are at risk.

Arraignment

Clayton Jon Roberts’ arraignment is scheduled for Feb. 20 in Circuit Judge Robin Green’s courtroom.

Source: Staff Report

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