Sheriff’s office: Cleburne County man captured with $350,000 in meth
  A Quitman man has been captured after examiners found a methamphetamine lab and numerous opiates, as indicated by a Cleburne County sheriff's office discharge. The County Criminal Investigation Division was warned to Branden Brewer, 43, for suspected medication dealing with May, the delivery said. Officials with homes for sale cleburne county the division worked with the Drug Enforcement Administration, Heber Springs Police and the sixteenth Judicial District Drug Task Force, which incorporates Cleburne, Fulton, Independence, Izard and Stone regions homes for sale cleburne county . Examiners found that Brewer was making freaks out of state, and they announced that he was moving medications to the Cleburne County and Faulkner County zone, the delivery said. Arkansas State Police captured Brewer during an Oct. 23 traffic stop facilitated with the Drug Enforcement Administration close to Malvern. A pursuit of the vehicle discovered 8 pounds of methamphetamine esteemed at $350,000, as per the delivery. Specialists got court orders for Brewer's stockpiling holder in Heber Springs and his business in Cleburne County. They revealed finding the gear for a total methamphetamine lab, $17,000 in fake money, materials used to make fake cash, 34 guns — including three that were affirmed taken — and $51,000 worth of extra opiates. Brewer was taken to the Pulaski County prison. He was recorded on the list Wednesday evening as being held for U.S. Marshals Cleburne County family regarded as Century Farm WOODROW — Tom E. Hearst homesteaded 160 sections of land on Bear Mountain in Cleburne County on May 27, 1920. This land has stayed in the family for a very long time and was as of late perceived as a 2020 Arkansas Century Farm. Honoring both the Brownfield and Hearst families, the land is referred to now as the Brownfield Farm. Tom E. Hearst is an extraordinary uncle to Pauline Hearst Brownfield, who, alongside her significant other, William Chester Brownfield, claimed the land from 1976 until 2020. The land is presently claimed by the Brownfields' girls, Gloria "Sue" Brownfield Glover and her significant other, Jim Glover, of Heber Springs and Glenda Kay Brownfield Carter and her better half, Rickey Carter, of Sulfur Rock; the young ladies' sibling, Melvin Boyd Brownfield, kicked the bucket in 2017. Sue Glover, 72, and Glenda Carter, 69, acknowledged the honor for their family Dec. 11 when Gov. Asa Hutchinson and Secretary of Agriculture Wes Ward respected 30 families at the Embassy Suites by Hilton in Little Rock. The Arkansas Century Farm Program, controlled by the Arkansas Department of Agriculture, praises ranches with in excess of 10 sections of land claimed by a similar family for at any rate 100 years.

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