10/19/16   Ouachita County Circuit Court


A 29 year old Camden woman has been charged in Ouachita county Circuit court with domestic battery in the 2nd degree and aggravated assault on a family or household member. The charges were filed on October 14 by Deputy Prosecutor for the 13th Judicial District, Phillip A. Stone.

On September 7, Camden Police officer Blake Norwood was dispatched to 521 Sax on a disturbance call. James Ainsworth Jr. at that address stated that Allison Rector was threatening him with a knife. Ainsworth stated Rector had found some message on facebook that angered her and she woke him up yelling at him and attacking him with a knife. Ainsworth said when he attempted to walk away Rector attempted to run him down with a vehicle. Rector claimed she was acting in self defense and had some bruises on her body, Ainsworth had several cuts. Rector appeared in court September 8 and was appointed a public defender.

28 year old Hugh Nelson BairJr. of Camden and 44 year old Ken Renee Mosely of Camden were charged by Stone in circuit court with possession of drug paraphernalia. The charge was result of a traffic stop for a burned out head light. Renee Mosely was driving the vehicle and Bair was a passenger. During a serach of the vehicle, officers found a glass pipe containing meth residue and numberous empty plastic baggies. Bair and Mosely both denied ownership of the vehicle and knowing anything about the drug related items found in the vehicle.