The call was made by Harmon's former mother-in-law, Virginia DuVall, at 2:32 a.m.
The 911 operator routed the call to the Saline County Sheriff's Office. Six minutes later, sheriff's deputies were on the scene at the residence on Arkansas 190, which is where Holly DuVall also lives.
Deputy Mark Kizer reported he and Sgt. Roger Bullard first talked with DuVall's father, Wilson DuVall.
He said "his daughter was taken against her will by Harmon," Kizer reported.
Kizer quoted DuVall as saying he heard a "crack in the yard outside his home, and that he saw Harmon pulling his ex-wife out of her car. She was driving a white Chevrolet Blazer.
She was "screaming for help and (saying) that she did not want to go with Harmon," DuVall's father told the deputy.
Harmon's former father-in-law said his daughter called home later to say "they were in Traskwood, and that Harmon said he would bring her home, as long as there were no cops involved, and that it would be in about 30 minutes," Kizer said.
DuVall said his daughter called again at about 3:30 a.m., and said they were in Malvern.
He said he told his daughter to tell Harmon "he had 30 minutes to get (her) home, or he was going to call the cops."
DuVall said he was beginning to fear for his daughter's safety, because the sheriff's office had already been called, Kizer said.
While Kizer, Bullard, Cpl. Jay Gwatney and deputies Mark Knowles and Jimmy Long were at the DuVall residence, Holly DuVall arrived driving the car Harmon had been driving earlier.
Kizer quoted Holly DuVall as saying at that point that Harmon was at home, and that "she finally talked (him) into letting her come home in his vehicle."
The vehicle is a blue, 1993 Buick Century with a dealer's license plate. It has been impounded as evidence.
The car is registered to J&A Auto Sales. Owner James George said Harmon had intended to buy the car.
DuVall said Harmon was waiting for her at Huckaby's Grocery on Arkansas 35 between Benton and Bauxite, Kizer said.
She said Harmon "chased her down Arkansas 190, forcing her vehicle off the road several times," Kizer reported.
DuVall said she was "honking her horn the whole time, thinking someone would call the cops.
"The third time (she honked), Harmon threw rocks through the driver's side window, busting the window," Kizer noted.
Harmon apparently had driven past DuVall at one point. "She said she got around Harmon and that he proceeded to chase her to her residence," Kizer related.
There, Kizer said Harmon allegedly rammed the car he was driving into DuVall's vehicle on the passenger's side door.
DuVall charged that Harmon dragged her out of the Blazer "while she kept telling (him) that she did not want to go with him, but he forced her anyway," Kizer said.
Once both were in the car, "he then took her through Traskwood driving at 100 miles per hour and screaming at her," Kizer noted.
He quoted DuVall as saying once she and Harmon reached Malvern he "stated they were going to get a motel room and she told him 'No' and talked him into letting her go back home."
Kizer said DuVall explained that Harmon went home and let her have the car "because he knew the cops were there waiting."
For at least three hours Friday night, Harmon and Deputy Prosecutor Brad Davis were with members of the Benton Police Department, during a raid on a bingo parlor.
Benton Patrolman Curtis Wood pulled Harmon over about 9 a.m. Saturday, after the prosecuting attorney allegedly drove a blue Jeep owned by his daughter through a stop sign at Sunset and Alcoa Road.
Police Chief C.R. Watters confirmed on Sunday that he was notified after the incident occurred.
Watters said Harmon was issued a ticket for running a stop sign.
Watters said it was his understanding that Sgt. John Beck was summoned to the scene by the officer who had stopped Harmon.
Harmon subsequently parked the Jeep and was taken by Beck to the home of a relative, Watters said.
Watters said that from what he could gather, Harmon did not appear to be drinking or otherwise physically impaired.
The chief said he was told that Harmon was not allowed to continue driving because his license has been suspended.
After being booked at the county jail, Harmon insisted he be taken to Saline Memorial Hospital for a blood test, Sheriff Judy Pridgen said.
She said Harmon wanted medical proof that he was not under the influence of alcohol or drugs. He was accompanied to the hospital then back to jail by Sgt. Chuck Tallent.
Faulkner County authorities have placed a hold order on Harmon for an outstanding traffic warrant, officials said.