• Dennis McCaslin

FSPD releases incident reports involving Sebastian County Justice of the Peace Karla Reedy




A Sebastian County Justice of the Peace turned herself into the Sebatian County Sheriff's Office on Wednesday off a Fort Smith Police Department warrant for Endangering the Welfare of a Minor in the Second Degree after she drove through a local resident's lawn last week, and the Fort Smith Police Department has released a pair of incident reports about the situation.


Karla Reedy, of Fort Smith, was suspected of being drunk during the incident, according to the FSPD report.


Police say after she drive through the yard at a a residence on Oak Hollow Lane, Reedy was interviewed in the doorway of a home and had "blood shot eyes", according to the incident report. A juvenile, identified as Reedy's daughter, told police that her mother had been drinking and driving and that she had been in the car during the event.


According to the narrative, Reedy told police they weren't allowed to be inside the gated property where she lived during the investigation and also attempted to contact Sebastian County Judge David Hudson.


Reedy is the Sebastian County Justice of the Peace for District 13.


Reedy booked into the Sebastian County Detention Center at 2:59 p.m. and was released aat 4:07 p.m. on a $1000 signature bond.


Below are the two highly redacted narratives from the incident reports:








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