08/24/16   Dallas County Circuit Court Filings


Deputy Prosecuting Attorney Tom Wynne filed four criminal cases in Dallas County Circuit Court on August 19. Twenty-seven year old Beau Allen Henry of Sparkman was charged with residential burglary. The charges are the result of an incident that occurred on June 28. Dallas County Sheriff's deputies responded to the home of Stephanie Hebert who told investigators that Henry had unlawfully entered her home and fought with her. When deputies arrived Heber said Henry had fled. She alleged he took $250.00 from her, but when Henry returned to the home he admitted entering the home but said the only thing he took was a Mountain Dew. He was charged with residential burglary.

Wynne filed first degree terroristic threatening charges against 21 year old Jeremiah Glaspar of Fordyce. On June 30, Fordyce police arrested Glaspar's mother and Glaspar threatened Fordyce Police officer Bryce McKinney, saying when he caught McKinney out of uniform, he would beat him.

26 year old Jackson Graydon Parham of Fordyce has been charged in circuit court with residential burglary, theft of property, criminal trespass and fleeing. Dallas County Deputy Jim Johnson responded to a call at the Larry Green residence on Dallas County Road 131. Someone reported seeing a car concealed on the property. When Johnson investigated, he saw a man come from behind the house and he ordered the man to stop, instead he ran into the woods. Following a search by deputies, a game and fish officer and a K-9 dog..Parham was found hiding in the woods. The Green residence had been broken into and some prescription medicine taken. Wynne will seek to have Parham tried under the habitual criminal statute that allows the judge to tack on additional jail time.

Wynne also filed two counts of 2nd degree forgery against 50 year old Dwight Edward Anderson of Little Rock. Mrs. Jennifer Pierce reported to  police someone had taken some blank checks belonging to her and three checks had come  through. Due to quick action by Mrs. Pierce and authorities, no money was lost. Anderson was charged on June 12 on the forgery charges. Shannon Mitchell's signature was on one of the checks. According to court records, both Anderson and Mitchell have extensive criminal backgrounds.