Suspects Identified In Robbery Connected To Fort Smith Shootings

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FORT SMITHN (KFSM) — One man has been arrested and two more have been identified by the Sebastian County Sheriff’s Office on suspicion of robbery.

According to a media release, Isaac Jackson, 20, of Van Buren, Drake Taylor, 20, of Fort Smith, and Tanner Steward, 20, of Hackett have been labeled as suspects in a robbery from Wednesday (Oct. 28).

Jackson has been arrested and is behind bars at the Sebastian County Detention Center on a $7,500 bond.

The sheriff’s office stated the three suspects used physical force to take clothing, a tablet and an X-box from a Bonanza home on Tuesday (Oct. 27).

Investigators have determined the robbery in Bonanza is connected to drive-by shootings that occurred in Fort Smith overnight on Wednesday, the release stated.

Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Taylor or Steward is asked to call the sheriff’s office at 479-783-1051.

The sheriff’s office and Fort Smith Police Department are working together in the investigation.

Drake Taylor

Drake Taylor

Tanner Steward

Tanner Steward

1 Comment

  • Susan Brodie

    My thanks goes out to all the good officers who stop crime in our city. Hope that these young men can be turned around & put on the right path, so that they learn this is not acceptable behavior.

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