Eureka Springs arrests: Special response officers surround Loop residence

Tuesday, October 1, 2019
Berryville police officers Daniel Crawford (left), Kevin Disheroon and Craig Hicks, members of the Tri-City Response Team, talk outside a residence in Eureka Springs on Wednesday. Sources said three individuals were arrested at the residence.
David Bell / Carroll County News

By Scott Loftis and Samantha Jones

CarrollCountyNews@cox-internet.com

Officers with the Tri-City Response Team surrounded a residence on the Eureka Springs Historic Loop for several hours Wednesday morning, and sources said three individuals were arrested.

Sheriff Jim Ross said the incident was related to a stabbing earlier Wednesday, but the sheriff’s office did not release any other details pending first judicial appearances.

Records indicate that Sebastian Octavia Valentino, 49, was booked into the Carroll County Detention Center at 12:30 p.m. Wednesday. Marilyn Sloas was booked into the jail at 10:22 a.m. Wednesday. No further information was available regarding their arrests.

Court records in previous cases connect both Valentino and Sloas to the address on Kingshighway where officers were present Wednesday.

Carroll County Sheriff’s Office Chief Deputy Maj. Jerry Williams said Thursday that the sheriff’s office will issue a press release after the individuals involved have their first judicial appearances.

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