Two Bull Shoals residents were arrested as part of ongoing drug investigation conducted by the Bull Shoals and Flippin police departments. Charged following separate arrests were 45-year old Angela Stonewall and 50 year old Douglas Trompak, according to David Chatman, an investigator with the Bull Shoals Police Department, and Flippin Police Chief Dusty Smith.
Angela Stonewall was arrested following a three-month long investigation by the two agencies and charged with three felony counts delivery of a schedule 4 controlled substance and one felony count of unlawful use of a communication device. Authorities said during the investigation they were able to make three separate purchases of Xanax in Bull Shoals that had a street value of $120.
In a separate arrest, Trompak was charged following a four-month long investigation. He was arrested on three counts of delivery of a schedule 3 controlled substance after authorities made three purchases of hydrocodone in Bull Shoals. The drugs purchased had a street value of $170.
Authorities said when they went to Trompak's to serve the arrest warrant, they detected the odor of marijuana. After Trompak gave permission for a search of the residence, they discovered a quantity of marijuana and drug paraphernalia. He was charged with misdemeanor counts of possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia.
Bond for Douglas Trompak was set at $5,930.
Angela Stonewall's bond was set at $2,500.
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