On Saturday afternoon shortly after 5:00 pm, Lawrence County dispatch received a 911 call reporting a male subject who was causing a disturbance at a residence on Lawrence 106 just outside of Ravenden. The caller told dispatchers that the suspect was Levi Bradley and also warned officers that he might be violent.
Lawrence County Sheriffâ€™s deputies responded to the residence and were assisted by the Arkansas State Police. Officers confirmed that Bradley had a warrant issued by the Arkansas Department of Corrections.
This was the second reported disturbance concerning Bradley in the past week, in the first incidence heâ€™d left the area before deputies arrived.
As officers made contact with Bradley he refused to comply and became violent. At 5:15 pm officers reported that the suspect had been tazed, he continued to struggle as officers cuffed him and placed him under arrest in a patrol vehicle.
According to Sgt. Jamie White of Lawrence County sheriffâ€™s criminal investigation division, Bradley was arrested for an outstanding warrant and was also charged with resisting arrest.
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