02/24/17  Ouachita County Circuit Court


A 34 year old Sparkman man has been charged in Ouachita County Circuit Court with 2nd degree battery. Steven Kirk Alsobrook was charged as the result of  an incident that occurred January 12 in Camden. Camden police responded to a domestic disturbance call at 154 Wilson Street. Officers found the victim bleeding profusely from a laceration below one eye, and swelling to one side of her face. She said she and Alsobrook began arguing about his purchase of a vehicle and him not being able to pay child support, and he began to beat her. The victim was taken to the emergency room and later reported to police that she had suffered a broken nose and a broken finger to one hand. Alsobrook appeared in court and posted $15,000.00 bond and was released. Deputy prosecutor Phillip A. Stone filed the charges against Alsobrook in court.

43 year old Terrill D. Launius of Camden has been charged in circuit court in Camden with possession of meth or cocaine and drug paraphernalia. The charges came following a traffic stop in Camden on January 5.

21 year old Dale W. Webb of Camden has been charged by deputy prosecutor Phillip A. Stone with 2nd degree domestic battery, 2nd degree battery, public intoxication, disorderly conduct and resisting arrest. On January 20, Ouachita County Sheriff's deputies responded to a disturbance call at 539 Ouachita 210, a family disturbance involving a brother, sister and father. The sister told investigators that Dale Webb had been fighting with them. When deputies attempted to take Webb into custody he fought, striking two of them. Webb was finally taken into custody and charged. The fight was over a cigarette.

23 year old Raheem E. Williams of Camden was charged on January 11 with aggravated assault on a family or household member and terroristic threatening. Williams is alleged to have threatened Tonnie Clark with a .22 caliber handgun.  Calvin Williams, who was also present at the time of the incident was charged later with possession of a firearm by certain persons. Deputy prosecutor Phillip A. Stone filed the charges in circuit court in Camden.