In SW Arkansas, three residents of the city of Ashdown have been charged with violating the Archaeological Resource Protection Act on a local site on public land. There are mounds in several locations along the rivers that feed Millwood Lake and it seems probable that these are the sites allegedly involved. Court documents show Lauren Bailes, 29, Callie Neher, 31, and Christopher Castle, 35, entered not guilty pleas before US Magistrate Judge Barry Bryant in Texarkana. The documents allege Castle and Bailes committed the crimes April 15, 2013, and that Castle and Neher committed the crimes five days later. The guy apparently broke ARPA laws twice in a week's time, taking a different woman with him each trip.
'3 charged with violating archaeological law', Arkansas Online August 3, 2014.