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LRPD Chief to speak at illegal venue on MLK Day

Iniquitous LRPD chief does not believe court orders, regulations, rules or laws apply to him


Russ Racop -01/18/2021


The LRPD chief is scheduled to appear and address an invitation only crowd at Nourish Wellness at 9015 Kanis Road (the old LRFD fire station).

This business is not zoned as an event center and such an event violates city of Little Rock Ordinances.


To hold events such as the one set for today, a Condition Use Permit application would have to be filed with Little Rock Planning and the application would have to be approved by the LR Planning Commission and then by the LR Board of Directors.

No such application for a zoning change has been made the LR Planning Department apprised us last week.

Additionally the Arkansas Department of Health requires such events to be approved by them due to the medical pandemic.

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The city business license for Nourish Wellness is in the name of Autumn Causey.


According to court records, Causey also uses the names Autumn Garcia.

 Web sources also indicate she also uses several other names.

 Causey is employed by the State of Arkansas.


Like LRPD Chief Humphrey, Causey has issues with paying debts.

According to the Arkansas Secretary of State, the registered agent for Nourish Wellness is Latoya Bouldes and she and Tina Gomillion-Wesley are coprorate officers.


Like the LRPD Chief and Causey, Bouldes has some issues with personal finances.


In addition to the illegal use of the site as an Event Center, it appear that an unlicensed Fitness Center is also operating at the location.


Why is  the LRPD chief associating with these sketchy folks?

What actions will the city take?

Stay tuned for updates.


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