HSPD News

  1. Official HSPD Release: Parking lot shooting update

    On Thursday, May 12, 2022, after the conclusion of the Hot Springs World Class High School graduation, a large fight broke out in an adjacent parking lot across from 400 Convention Boulevard. Read on...
  2. Official HSPD Release: Parking lot shooting

    On Thursday, May 12, 2022, after the conclusion of the Hot Springs World Class High School graduation, a large fight broke out in an adjacent parking lot across from the Hot Springs Convention Center. Read on...
  3. Official HSPD Release: Social Media Challenge Investigation continues

    The Hot Springs Police Department’s Criminal Investigations Division has identified the vehicle and seven suspects involved in the April 28, 2022, incident in which three individuals were hit with “SplatRBall” gel-filled projectiles on Central Avenue. Read on...
  4. Official HSPD Release: Social Media Challenge Investigation

    On Thursday, April 28, 2022, at approximately 12:40 p.m., unknown suspects in a Chevy Suburban (2000-2006 year model), fired what is believed to be a “SplatRBall” gun, hitting three victims on Central Avenue (800 block). Read on...
  5. Updated Official HSPD Release: Kidnapping victim safe; suspects in custody

    On Tuesday, April 19, 2022, at approximately 3:22 P.M., missing teen Trynytee Case was located... Read on...
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