CONWAY MAN CHARGED WITH TRYING TO HIT DOCTOR ARRESTED AGAIN

by Christian Mower on October 20, 2011

A 38-YEAR-OLD CONWAY MAN WHO ALLEGEDLY TRIED TO RUN A DOCTOR OVER IN CONWAY LAST MONTH HAS BEEN ARRESTED AGAIN IN CONNECTION WITH ANOTHER INCIDENT.

CONWAY POLICE LT. CHRIS PERLEY SAYS TAMEN SANPHY OF PASSACONAWAY ROAD WAS ARRESTED TUESDAY AND CHARGED WITH TWO MISDEMEANORS IN CONNECTION WITH AN INCIDENT WHERE HE ALLEGEDLY CONFRONTED AND PUSHED A WORKER SEPTEMBER 20TH AT A LARGE HOME IMPROVEMENT STORE IN NORTH CONWAY.

THE ALLEGED VICTIM TOLD POLICE SANPHY STARTED YELLING PROFANITIES AT HIM AND THEN PUSHED HIM BACKWARD ON THE SHOULDER, APPARENTLY AFTER LEARNING HE HAD HIRED SOMEONE ELSE TO PAINT HIS HOUSE.

BASED ON THAT AND OTHER TESTIMONY, POLICE GOT AN ARREST WARRANT AND CHARGED SANPHY WITH SIMPLE ASSAULT AND DISORDERLY CONDUCT.

SANPHY ALREADY FACES TWO FELONY CHARGES AFTER HE ALLEGEDLY TRIED TO HIT DOCTOR RICHARD LARACY WITH HIS PICKUP TRUCK LATE LAST MONTH IN CONWAY.

SANPHY IS ALSO CHARGED WITH MISDEMEANOR CRIMINAL THREATENING IN CONNECTION WITH AN INCIDENT IN FEBRUARY WHERE HE ALLEGEDLY HAD A CONFLICT WITH ANOTHER MAN IN CONWAY ABOUT SHOVELING SNOW.

PERLEY SAYS A PREVIOUS COURT AUTHORIZED SEARCH OF SANPHY’S HOME AND PICKUP TURNED UP SIX GUNS – SOME OF THEM LOADED – A VIOLATION OF HIS BAIL CONDITIONS FROM THE INCIDENT IN FEBRUARY.