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Hot Springs Police Officer Chapin responded to a Central Avenue medical office location last October for the complaint of someone threatening to shoot the place up.
The victim, an employee at the office, reported that Amber Dawn Davis, 39, of Thornton Ferry Road in Garland County, had been making threats to harm her for the previous 2 days.
The victim allegedly claimed that she received a call on her personal cell phone from an unknown number while at work. The call was sent to voicemail and the caller left a voicemail. The victim took a break and called the number back. The victim allegedly claims that when she called the number back, Ms. Davis answered. She allegedly told the victim, over the phone, that she was going to get a gun and shoot up the medical office (victim’s place of work).
The victim immediately hung up the phone and called police to make the report.
Off. Chapin reportedly listened to the voicemail left on the victim’s phone by Ms. Davis. The police report says that Ms. Davis identified herself at the beginning of the recording and went on to threaten physical harm to the victim and then go after her family. Ms. Davis also made it clear that she is not afraid of the police or going to jail.
The victim has taken steps to avoid Ms. Davis, but Ms. Davis allegedly keeps finding ways to get around everything the victim does to try to avoid contact by Ms. Davis.
An arrest warrant for Terroristic Threatening was sworn out and entered into the police computer. Off. McLean bumped into Ms. Davis at WalMart on Albert Pike Road during the afternoon of May 17, 2019. He served this arrest warrant and several others at that point. She was transported to the Garland County Detention Center for processing.
4 arrest reports were filed on Ms. Davis on May 17, 2019 at 3:10PM…this is 1 of those reports. This report charges her with Terroristic Threatening with a bond amount of $1,000.