Hot Spring County Sheriff Arrested for Alleged Obstruction of Justice Speaks Out
MALVERN, AR (News Wave) - Hot Spring County Sheriff Scott Finkbeiner has found himself at the center of a legal storm after his recent arrest on charges of obstructing justice. While the community reels from this development, Sheriff Finkbeiner has urged the public to support his family and friends during this challenging time.
Hot Spring County Sheriff Arrested on Criminal Complaint for Obstruction
MALVERN, AR (News Wave) - According to a press release from the U.S. Attorney's Office for the Western District of Arkansas, Derek Scott Finkbeiner, the 46-year-old elected County Sheriff of Hot Spring County, Arkansas, on November 2, 2023, was arrested by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI). Finkbeiner now faces a single count of Obstruction of Justice, and U.S. Attorney David Clay Fowlkes of the Western District of Arkansas has made this announcement.
Work begins on Malvern skatepark
MALVERN – Groundwork began Wednesday on a new skatepark in Malvern, almost a year after a site was chosen. The site of the future park, 450 Locust St., has been vacant for over a decade.
‘Mega Burrito Challenge’ defeated at Debbie’s Burritos
MALVERN, Ark. – Mississippi-based professional competitive eater Brandon “Da Garbage Disposal” Clark defeated the “Mega Burrito Challenge” at Debbie’s Burritos in Malvern Tuesday. Clark is the first ever to complete the challenge after it has bested five others since 2014.
Meet the ‘Malvern first’ mayoral candidate
MALVERN, Ark. – Jason Lambel Sr. has lived in Malvern for 10 years, and he is one of three candidates for Malvern Mayor. He has six sons and 13 grandchildren, and has lived in several different states before settling in the “Brick Capital of the World.”