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Canceled Sale of Apex Property Spurs Suit Against Larry Breeden This article is available only in print.

Canceled Sale of Apex Property Spurs Suit Against Larry Breeden
The former APEX Tool facility at 1609 Old Missouri Road in Springdale. (Parcel lines approximate, courtesy Washington County Assessor.)

A North Carolina company has filed a lawsuit against Van Buren car dealer Larry Breeden in Washington County Circuit Court alleging that Breeden breached an agreement to purchase an industrial building in Springdale in May 2018.
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Jeremy Hutchinson Faces Foreclosure This article is available only in print.

First Security Bank filed a foreclosure complaint against Jeremy Hutchinson on Oct. 31, saying he was in default and owed the bank at least $338,001 for the principal of the mortgage on his west Little Rock condo.
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Monte Johnston Out of Jail, Facing New Trial This article is available only in print.

Washington County District Judge Jeff Harper threw the book at Johnston, giving him the maximum sentence and fines on each charge, according to Springdale Senior Deputy City Attorney Taylor Samples.
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