MANCHESTER, NH – A boy who went missing in Manchester on January 5 was found during a traffic stop over the weekend by police in Jacksonville, Arkansas.
Four adults including Devea Nichol, mother of 5-year-old Trey Nichol, were arrested.
According to information provided by the Jacksonville Police Public Information Officer, those arrested were:
Phillip May, cited for possession of drug paraphernalia. He was released to the Lonoke County Sheriff’s Office on a property theft warrant.
David Chambers was transported to the Pulaski County Regional Detention Center on a charge of possession for the purpose of delivering Schedule II (meth or cocaine); possession for the purpose of issuing Schedule IV; possession for the purpose of issuing Schedule VI and he was also cited for driving with a suspended license, failure to register, no insurance, fictitious plates.
Devea Nichol was transported to the Pulaski County Regional Detention Center for failure to appear.
Chad Umfleet was arrested and a federal warrant for possession of a firearm by a certain person.
According to police, a minor reported missing in New Hampshire has been transported to the police department and handed over to a representative from the Department of Social Services who will coordinate his return to New Hampshire.
On January 16, Manchester Police confirmed that Trey Nichol had been located and was safe.