Two Pine Bluff residents were arrested Thursday after police vice and narcotics officers served a drug related search warrant at an address in the 1200 block of East 46th Avenue.


Samantha Clay, 46, was detained inside the residence and Leonard Walters, 36, was chased down and caught after he and another man ran from the area when police arrived.


Detective Jeremy Crosby reported that officers searched a black Honda that was parked in the driveway and found a driver’s license with the name of one of the individuals detained, along with two glass smoking pipes with burn marks on them in the center console. A paper copy of Clay’s drivers license was also found in a purse on the passenger floorboard and a warrant check showed that there was an active absconder warrant for her arrest.


Inside the pocket on the passenger side door, officers found a cigarette package which contained two glass smoking pipes with crystal-like residue in them and two hard off-white rocks that tested positive for cocaine.


When Walters was arrested, police found him carrying $2,211 in cash and found that the residence he had run from had no utilities and there were several small propane tanks inside it. During a search, officers found two bags of suspected marijuana which weighted a total of 55 grams, a bag containing an off-white substance that tested positive for crack cocaine and a bag containing three and-a-half pills under a cushion on the couch.


On Friday, Pine Bluff District Judge John Kearney set a $25,000 bond for Clay and a $25,000 cash only bond for Walters on probable cause of possession of a controlled substance with purpose to deliver and possession of drug paraphernalia.