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  • Writer's pictureDennis McCaslin

Seventeen felony breaking or entering counts result in no-bond hold for felon

A convicted felon that lives in the 900 block of West Vans Road in Rogers who was sentenced to 84-months in prison in 2013 on a myriad of charges may be getting to see some of his old roommates in the near future after he was arrested on Friday and charged with sixteen counts of Felony Breaking or Entering.

James Kyle Dickson, 34, of Rogers was admitted to the Benton County Detention Center shortly before 6 p.m. on Friday on the sixteen Felony counts and an additional misdemeanor count of Criminal Trespass. He is being held on a no-bond hold on all seventeen of the charges.

At the age of twenty-seven, Dickson was convicted of Third Degree Assault, two counts of Resident Burglary and one count of Theft of Property and sentenced to 145 months with 60 months suspended. The additional 84 months should have kept him incarcerated until August of this year but he obviously received some time off for good behavior.

There is no word if Dickson is on parole for his previous crimes.

A hearing date on the new charges will be set next week.

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