Prosecutor says Corning police officer arrested on drug, other charges

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CORNING, Arkansas — A prosecutor says a Corning police officer has been arrested on drug charges.

Second Judicial District Prosecuting Attorney Scott Ellington said Wednesday that 39-year-old James "Jamie" Martin Jr. is charged with two counts of possession of a controlled substance, using a communication device to purchase a controlled substance and misuse of the Arkansas Crime Information Computer.

Corning is in Clay County in northeastern Oklahoma. Martin was being held in jail in neighboring Randolph County.

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