Magnolia couple released on bond following arrests for fraud and theft at SAYS

Aric Shane
Aric Shane Knight has been released on bond following his arrest for theft of property by fraud.
Columbia County Justice and Detention Facility


Two Magnolia residents – former employees of South Arkansas Youth Services – have been arrested on theft charges involving the agency.

The Magnolia Police Department said Thursday that on June 14, SAYS made a complaint about possible financial fraud and property theft.

An investigation was initiated which found evidence of financial abuse, as well as some property missing from the agency.

Several suspects were identified and on Wednesday, a Magnolia couple was arrested on warrants for theft of property by fraud valued at more than $25,000.

Arrested were Aric Shane Knight, 36, and Jennifer Knight, 36. They had their first court appearances on Thursday.

Aric Knight’s bond was set at $50,000. Jennifer Knight’s bond was $10,000. Both have been released on bond from the Columbia County Justice and Detention Facility.

Police said the investigation is continuing.


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