An Arkansas doctor who has a medical clinic in Roland was arrested Wednesday in Barling by Barling police. Dr. David Furr, 50, whose home address is listed in Springdale, Arkansas, was freed on a $30,000 bond Wednesday the Barling police reported. Furr operates the Roland Available Medical office in Roland. According to the arresting officer, Furr was stopped at about noon Wednesday when he ran a stop sign in Barling. A check revealed he was wanted on a warrant for domestic battery. Police then obtained permission to search Furr's car and found loose pain pills and sedatives, two loaded and unlicensed hand guns, and $4,265 in cash. Investigator Keith Lindley said Furr was booked into the Sebastian County Detention Center on one count of possession of a schedule 2 narcotic, three counts of possession of a schedule 4 narcotic, one count of possession of a mislabeled drug, one count of drug paraphernalia, simultaneous possession of drugs and firearms, and the warrant for suspected third-degree domestic battery. Lindley said the case was turned over to the Sebastian County prosecuting attorney, and formal charges would most likely be filed by Friday. By Sally Maxwell, Senior News Director
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