Fort Smith Police Arrest Man On Suspicion Of Attempting To Expose Someone To HIV

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The Fort Smith Police Department arrested a man on suspicion of attempting to knowingly expose a person to HIV, according to a news release Thursday (July 3).

Alvinito C. Bluebird, 35, was arrested on Wednesday (July 2) by undercover officers with the Fort Smith Police Department’s Street Crimes Unit after he approached an officer and made the officer an offer for sex, authorities say.

The undercover operation was conducted at Fort Smith Park located at 5301 Riverfront Dr, the release states.

Bluebird was booked into the Sebastian County Detention Center and is being held without bond, according to the release.

He currently faces charges of attempting to knowingly expose a person to HIV, loitering, resisting arrest, attempted escape – 3rd degree and criminal trespassing.

Street crime officers randomly conduct operations at various locations due to people loitering for the purpose of sexual activity, according to authorities.

1 Comment

  • melinda

    wow i know this guy.What a shame.People have literally gone crazy.It’s time for Jesus to come back and he will very soon.

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