Benton County Courts Reporter
A Bentonville man admitted to police he obtained sexually explicit photographs of a woman and then used the threat of leaking the images in an attempt to get more photographs, according to court documents.
A former day care worker pleaded not guilty Wednesday to sexually assaulting two children at Mary's Little Lamb Preschool in Bentonville.
A judge Thursday ordered a mental evaluation for a woman accused of killing her grandmother.
Benton County Circuit Judge Robin Green postponed the trial of a Missouri man accused of trying to kill his former wife.
Three teens were arrested Saturday in connection with an armed robbery outside a Rogers motel.
A Rogers man admitted to throwing a 1-year-old child into a crib, causing life-threatening injuries requiring treatment in a Springfield, Mo., hospital, according to court documents filed Tuesday.
A 2005 arrest may delay the planned start Friday of a trial for a man charged with trying to kill his ex-wife.
A plan for a Crime Laboratory office in Lowell is raising hopes that its opening next year will speed up the wheels of justice, not just in Northwest Arkansas, but around the state, especially in drug cases.
Ecclesia College faces foreclosure on land at the center of a federal corruption investigation. E.C. Funding LLC, a newly formed Rogers investment firm, filed a foreclosure lawsuit Thursday in Benton County Circuit Court against the private Christian college that seeks more that $1.8 million. The investment firm claims that Ecclesia defaulted on two loans for which a majority of the 240 acres it owns was put up as collateral, according to court documents.
A former day care worker who is accused of sexually assaulting three children has a history of inappropriate activity with children while working at jobs in two other states, according to court documents.