Phillips County Sheriff's deputies arrested a white male found wandering in the Old Little Rock Road area with weapons and drugs in his possession on Dec. 20.
An incident report states that PSCO deputies responded to a phone call from a concerned citizen regarding a suspicious acting white male. Deputy Jeremy Bramlet made contact with the man and asked him to produce an ID. The male was identified as Harold Freels.
Bramlet stated in the incident report that he asked Freels if he had any weapons on his person. To which, Freels responded that he had a couple of knives in his possession.
The deputy proceeded to conduct a pat down of Freels and found a box-cutter and a silver folding knife. The report said Freels also had a .45 caliber handgun clip and a large hunting knife that measured 16-inches in length.
Inside Freel's jacket, Bramlet discovered two small baggies containing a white powder substance. The substance field-tested positive to be crystal meth. The deputy also found a zip-lock bag with a marijuana blunt inside.
Deputy Willie Bender, who was called in as a back up, found four checks that did not belong to Freels in his possession. Freels also had two Social Security cards that were not his.
Freels faces charges of possession of a controlled substance crystal meth, possession of drug paraphernalia and carrying prohibited weapons.
Freels' bond is pending.