Three Women Suspected In Springdale Vehicle Theft Cases Arrested

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SPRINGDALE (KFSM) - Three women accused of stealing vehicles from Springdale lots were arrested on Thursday (April 30), authorities say.

The women were accused of stealing a 2012 white Dodge Challenger and a 2009 gray Dodge Ram pickup truck from one car lot on April 25 and a 2008 gray Chevy Trail Blazer from a second car lot on April 29, according to police.

On Thursday, workers at Landers McLarty in Bentonville encountered three women who fit the suspects' descriptions, police said. They were aware of what the women looked like because of news stories that were written about the vehicles the women were previously accused of stealing.

The staff at the dealership distracted the women until Bentonville police arrived to arrest them, according to the owner of dealership.

The three women arrested were identified as Darreon Jordan, 22, Lacy Black, 27, and Tiana Wilson, 26, police said. All three women face charges of motor vehicle theft and two counts of accessory to motor vehicle theft, according to authorities.

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