Man pleads guilty, accepts ownership of drug paraphernalia found in house with 5 others

Photo: Eric Olsen

One of six people arrested on drug-related charges at a house along South College Street has pled guilty.

Thirty-four-year-old Eric Olsen appeared during a session of Baxter County Circuit Court Thursday. He not only pled guilty to his charges, but said all the drug paraphernalia found in the residence belonged to him.

He said, “The other people there, this was not their stuff.”

Olsen was sentenced to four years probation on a charge of possessing drug paraphernalia.

Officers went to the residence to conduct a compliance visit and found six people in the residence, along with 50 used syringes, glass smoking pipes and digital scales.

According to the probable cause affidavit, the syringes were found in every room in the house.

Some were in an empty laundry detergent container, a Mountain Dew bottle, between mattresses, on top of dressers and in closets.

The others arrested were 23-year-old Destiny Reasons, 21-year-old Chris Spicer, 32-year-old Stephen Burkhart, 34-year-old Kristen Kemp and 42-year-old Robbi Roberson. Officers reported all six said they stayed in the house.



Photos: (from top left, clockwise) Robbi Roberson, Chris Spicer, Destiny Reasons, Stephen Burkhart and Kristen Kemp.

All of those arrested have a Mountain Home address except Spicer, who was listed on the Baxter County jail log as living in Jonesboro.

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