$750k cash only bond set for a Pine Bluff man accused of being involved in an incident where shots were fired at police


By Ray King

A $750,000 cash only bond was set Friday for a Pine Bluff man currently on parole who is accused of being involved in an incident Thursday where shots were fired at a police officer.

Jefferson County District Judge Kim Bridgforth set the bond after ruling prosecutors have probable cause to charge Quantavius Sission, 24, with attempted capital murder, committing a terroristic act, two counts of being a felon in possession of a firearm, two counts of violating the machine gun act and engaging in violent criminal activity.

Deputy Prosecutor Joe West said Sission is currently on parole for robbery and theft by receiving a firearm.

Reading from an affidavit by Detective Corey Wilfong, West said at about 4:22 p.m. Thursday, police dispatch received a call from Officer Kimberly Dunn who reported that she had been shot at Camelot Apartments on Old Warren Road.

West then went on to say this.

Police have also identified a second suspect in the incident, Chaderious Avery, 26, who is still at large and West told Bridgforth about his alleged involvement.

When Avery is arrested, he will face the same charges as Sission, who was told to come back to court Nov. 8. He said he would hire his own attorney.