FAYETTEVILLE (KFSM) —Fayetteville Police took Alan and Daphne Crawford into custody at 8:30 a.m. Saturday (June 18). They were found near Academy on Steale Blvd. near the Northwest Arkansas Mall, according to Sgt. Craig Stout. The Crawfords are currently waiting at the Fayetteville Police Department to be questioned by the FBI.
A spokesperson for the FBI issued the following statement:
“The two individuals were arrested with the assistance of state and local partners as part of an ongoing federal investigation. Unfortunately, at this time we can provide no additional details. We can state that we are not aware of any threats to the public.”
The FBI, Fayetteville Police Department and UAPD were involved in a search for the Crawfords Friday night, following their arrests on Thursday (June 16) for terroristic threatening.
According to police, both had active warrants on Friday.
According to police, several cars were stopped before locating a vehicle at Gregg Avenue and Maple Street believed to have been connected to the Crawfords. Officers were also seen using ATV’s near Dickson Street as other officers searched on foot.
A number of marked cars surrounded the Sigma Chi fraternity house on the campus of the University of Arkansas.
Daphne Crawford and her husband Alan Crawford were both arrested Thursday (June 16) in two separate incidents, both facing terroristic threatening charges.
Alan Crawford was arrested in Sebastian County and his wife, Daphne, was arrested in Washington County, according to their arrest reports. Alan Crawford was released on a $10, 000 bond Friday (June 17). Daphne was released on a $3,500 bond Friday.