Wanted Man Captured In Fort Smith

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Photo courtesy of the Fort Smith Police Department.

Today, the Fort Smith Police Department received information that a wanted felon, Emmanual L. Davis (pictured to the right), may have been in the city, according to Sgt. Daniel Grubbs of the Fort Smith Police Department.

Davis was wanted on a parole violation warrant, as well as, two counts of aggravated assault from Crittenden County.

He was believed to be armed and dangerous.

Information eventually led the police to a residence in the 2600 block of N. 37th St. Acting on that information, members of the Fort Smith SWAT entered the residence and took Davis into custody.

A large amount of cocaine was seized during his arrest.

Davis is currently being held at the Sebastian County Detention Centy on the following charges:

Possession of Cocaine with the Purpose to Deliver

*Parole Violation (No Bond)

Felony – Failure to Appear warrant out of Sebastian County

Felony – Petition to Revoke a Suspended Sentence warrant out of Sebastian County

Misdemeanor – Contempt of Court warrant out of Sebastian County

*Two (2) counts of Aggravated Assault out of Crittenden County (No Bond).


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