Pulaski County Sheriff’s deputy and male cohabitant arrested following domestic altercation


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Little Rock, Arkansas – The Little Rock Police Department has taken a Pulaski County Sheriff’s deputy and her cohabitant into custody following an altercation at their Ayla Drive residence.

Upon responding to a reported disturbance, authorities encountered 25-year-old Ayrialle Donson and 26-year-old Jaylen Wilson. Wilson informed the officers of Donson’s position as a deputy with the Pulaski County Sheriff’s Office and alleged she brandished her service weapon during their disagreement.

Although no shots were fired, Wilson claims a subsequent physical altercation ensued between them.

Upon assessment, officers noted facial swelling and injuries to both the upper and lower lip on Donson. She declined medical attention and confirmed she sustained no other injuries.

The authorities have charged both Donson and Wilson with third-degree battery, with potential aggravated assault charges pending.


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