04/19/17  Dallas County Sheriff's Report


4l year old Eric Shane Wheerler of Camden and 38 year old Megan Lrissa Edge of Hot Springs have been charged with possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of narcotics. The charges came following a traffic stop in Holly Springs on April 11.

Dallas County Deputy Ryan Coleman observed a vehicle run a stop sign and almost strike another vehicle head on and stopped the vehicle which was being driven by Megan Edge. When asked if there was anything illegal in her vehicle Edge said no.

A passenger in the vehicle was identified as Eric Wheerler. Edge said she had been up all night trying to get Wheerler to court in Ouachita County. When Coleman searched the vehicle he found a bag containing 5 syringes and a snorting straw, two prescription bottles with xanax were also found, containing three pills and an oxycodone pill.

Both suspects were transported to the Dallas County Detention Center.

46 year old Randall O. Rogers of Carthage on April 5th was charged with

residential burglary and theft of property. Rogers in charged in the break in

of Robert Bryant's home on 167 north and taking several items. Dallas county

deputies went to Rogers' address and Rogers told them what he had taken and

where they could find it. Rogers was arrested and taken to the Dallas county

detention center.


56 year old Cheryl L. Allen of Sparkman and 64 year old James Ronald Oneal

of Sparkman have been charged with possession of meth with purpose to

deliver..possession of marijuana..simultaneous possession of drugs and firearms..

possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of other drugs.

On March 27th Dallas County deputy Ryan Coleman was traveling county road

206 and observed a vehicle setting in the east lane of a bridge. Coleman pulled

up alongside and noticed the passenger, identified as James Oneal had an open

container of alcohol. Coleman asked him to step out of the vehicle and when

he did he threw a bottle of Smirnoff into the woods..Coleman asked Oneal if

he had anything in his pockets that would stick him..Oneal said yes and pulled

out two syringes and a clear bag that once contained meth. The driver of the

vehicle..Cheryl Allen was asked if there was anything else in the vehicle..she

said no..but Coleman found a hand gun..several bags of meth..several bags of

marijuana and some prescription pills. Oneal and Allen were both arrested and

taken to the Dallas County Sheriff's office.