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03/20/2019

🏀🏀 It truly is how BIG you PLAY. Deputy Matt Hensley might have lost the basketball game today BUT he gained the hearts of many. Deputy Hensley is assigned to 1st Shift Uniform Patrol. We extend a special thank you to the fathers and mothers in the community for allowing the deputies to invest time with their children. 🏀🏀

Video captured by Cpl. Cody Hensley.

Special thank you to Cigainero’s team for their hard work and years of dedication to the MCSO and deputies. We appreciat...
03/15/2019

Special thank you to Cigainero’s team for their hard work and years of dedication to the MCSO and deputies. We appreciate the outstanding job and efforts from this small business on placement of the new stripe package on the units. 🖤💙🖤

Miller County Sheriff's Office
03/08/2019

Miller County Sheriff's Office

Sunday Morning March 5, 2017 Deputies with the Miller County Sheriff’s Office investigated a theft from the 70000 block of Blackman Ferry Road. During the investigation Corporal Phillip Hardemon develop information the stolen property was at a residence in the 6900 block of McClure Road. Corporal Hardemon and Deputy Stephen Rhyne confirmed the location of the stolen property. Sergeant Alan Keller responded to the location and gathered information for a search warrant of the home.

At approximately 3:00 p.m. a search warrant was served at 6939 McClure Road. During the search stolen antique gas signs, firearms, and methamphetamine were recovered.

Brian Mudd (W/M 7/23/1980) was located hiding under a bed in the home and Tobey McCarley (W/M 10/19/1977) was located hiding under a couch in the home. Brian Mudd was arrested for 1) Theft by Receiving 2) Possession of a Firearm by a Felon 3) Possession of Methamphetamine 4) Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. Tobey McCarley was arrested for 1) Theft by Receiving 2) Possession of a Firearm by a Felon 3) Possession of Methamphetamine 4) Possession of Drug Paraphernalia 5) Simultaneous Possession of Narcotics and Firearm. Both were booked into the Miller County Detention Center.

Several antique signs are still missing. If you are aware of any information regarding the purchase or sale of signs this weekend you are encouraged to contact the Miller County Sheriff Office at 870-774-3001.

🎉🎉Press Release-New Unit Markings 🎉🎉The Miller County Sheriff’s Office unveiled two new patrol vehicles Saturday afterno...
03/04/2019

🎉🎉Press Release-New Unit Markings 🎉🎉

The Miller County Sheriff’s Office unveiled two new patrol vehicles Saturday afternoon during the 2019 Mardi Gras parade downtown. Sheriff Jackie Runion is delighted to introduce an updated striping package to the community.

Symbolism and meaning are incorporated into the new MCSO unit markings.

First, the “Thin Blue Line” has been incorporated into the scheme. We, (Law Enforcement), stand together in solidarity between victims of crime, and those who prey on the most vulnerable of our community. On the sides of the unit are wide black stripes that contain the “Thin Blue Line”. The modern printing style reflecting “Sheriff and Miller County” readily identifies the vehicle. The traditional Sheriff’s 5-point badge, proudly displayed, is located in a forward position.

On the rear quarter panels is the “Thin Gold Line”, which is incorporated into the 911 symbol. The “Thin Gold Line” pays tribute to 911 dispatchers who are emergency communications professionals that remain extremely calm under pressure, who are called upon to provide accurate and timely information to police officers, allowing them to perform their duties through a two-way communications device. Police dispatchers are the voice to 911 and often police officer’s lifeline. Dispatching is often a thanklessness job. The “Thin Gold Line “in the new striping package displays unity with dispatchers, in recognition of their service.

The back of the unit displays “IN GOD WE TRUST” in a predominant location, centered on the back, making it a focus point. "In God We Trust" is the official motto of the United States.

The new vehicles have traditional light bars on the roof and identification numbers on the back right bumper. This feature will make it easier for residents to identify individual vehicles for dispatchers in the event they have questions or concerns about encounters with law enforcement.

At night the “Thin Blue Line” decals are reflective. These features make the units readily recognizable as Miller County Sheriff’s Office patrol cars. The transition to the new scheme will occur over the next few months.

01/30/2019

🔴🔴🔴 CODE RED ALERT 🔴🔴🔴

Windstream landlines are experiencing an outage in Bowie County as well as in Miller County and are unable to reach 911. For Texarkana and Bowie County, please use a cell phone to call either 911 or 903-798-3876. For Miller County residents (outside the city limits of Texarkana, Arkansas) please use a cell phone to call 911 or 870-774-3001 ext. 102.

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We will continue to keep you posted and aware. Have a wonderful day!

‪The Miller County Uniform Patrol Division enjoyed the beautiful sunshine outside and smiling faces from the community a...
01/22/2019

‪The Miller County Uniform Patrol Division enjoyed the beautiful sunshine outside and smiling faces from the community at the MLK parade downtown this morning. Patrol Commander, Lt. Kathy Hillis, Sgt. Stephen Ward, and Deputy Matt Hensley were greeted by an outpour of love, respect, and support for Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., born 90 years ago today, said that "our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter."
- “What are we doing for others?” MLK
- “The time is always right to do what is right.” MLK
- “If you can't fly then run, if you can't run then walk, if you can't walk then crawl, but whatever you do you have to keep moving forward.” MLK
‪Happy birthday to a true King.‬
What is YOUR favorite Martin Luther King, Jr. quote? Feel free to comment and share with us. We would love to hear from you!
As always,
Be Safe, Be Alert, Be Aware

Perot Theatre
01/10/2019

Perot Theatre

Thank you to our brave men and women in blue for all you do to keep our communities safe!! Texarkana Texas Police Department Texarkana Arkansas Police Department Miller County Sheriff's Office Bowie County Sheriff's Office

LIKE this post and TAG your favorite law enforcement officer to be entered to win 2 tickets to Jeanne Robertson on Saturday night. The law enforcement officer will also receive a Perot Theatre cup. Drawing on 1/10 at 10AM. #BackTheBlue #CantThankYouEnough

New Year's Eve is a great time to gather friends and family together to ring in the new year, but it is important to do ...
01/01/2019

New Year's Eve is a great time to gather friends and family together to ring in the new year, but it is important to do so responsibly. The Miller County Sheriff's Office Uniform Patrol Division has increased patrol and our main goal is to ensure everyone arrives at their destination safely. It's called Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over, and it's a reminder to designate a driver if you've had an alcoholic drink and pay extra attention to the roadways.
‼️‼️PLEASE DON'T DRINK and DRIVE‼️‼️

Merry Christmas from your Miller County Sheriffs Office Uniform Patrol Division.  We would like to take this time to ack...
12/25/2018

Merry Christmas from your Miller County Sheriffs Office Uniform Patrol Division. We would like to take this time to acknowledge our staff for their contributions. We believe we have some of the most dedicated deputies, detention officers, administrative and civilian staff in the history of our office. We want to thank each and every one of them for their hard work. Special thanks to Sheriff Jackie Runion and Chief Deputy Mark Lewis. Without their devotion, encouragement, guidance and most importantly leadership the Miller County Sheriff’s Office would not succeed.

We also would like to acknowledge our fantastic community for the tremendous support and efforts made in helping make Miller County a safer place to live and raise a family. We appreciate your input and assistance. The Miller County Sheriffs Office is blessed knowing our page is important to so many of our citizens.

As we look toward the new year, our commitment to the citizens of Miller County remains strong and vigilant. Working with you, the members of our community, we strive to improve the quality of life for all law abiding citizens, continuing to make Miller County a great place to live and work.

🏆🏆SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT 🏆🏆Miller County Residents, the Miller County Uniform Patrol Division has chosen the winners of th...
12/23/2018

🏆🏆SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT 🏆🏆Miller County Residents, the Miller County Uniform Patrol Division has chosen the winners of the 2018 Christmas Lights Competition.
The winners were presented last night December 22, 2018 with their awards by Lt. Alan Keller (Commander of the Criminal Investigation Division), Lt. Kathy Hillis (Commander of the Uniform Patrol Division), Sgt. Stephen Ward (1st Shift Patrol Sergeant), and Deputies Jarrod Simmons and Matt Hensley.

Your 2018 Miller County Arkansas Uniform Patrol Division Christmas Lights Competition winners are:
‼️Grand Prize Winners:‼️
*🏆Mr. Richard and Mrs. Penny Harris, Miller County 4., Doddridge AR.
* 🏆Mr. Edward Akin, West Main Street, Fouke AR.
Winners:
* 🥇Mr. and Mrs. K. Lessard, Miller County 20.
* 🏅Garry and Wendy Allen, Edgewood Drive.
* 🏅Mr. and Mrs. R. Heigle, Miller County 43.
* 🏅Ms. Kathy Marzack, East Beech, Fouke AR.
We would like to express our sincere thanks to ALL who decorated their homes, those who made nominations and those who shared the information about the contest. As we continue to patrol your neighborhoods, we at the Sheriff’s Office extend our sincere thanks to the residents of Miller County. It’s your efforts, your support, your assistance and your willingness to work together that are the keys to making our community a safe and wonderful place to live, work and raise families. Thank YOU for letting us serve YOU.
🙏Special THANK YOU to Michelle Richardson for the two handcrafted Grand Prize yard signs! Home Depot, Texarkana, TX for donating the beautiful prize wreath, Sheriff Jackie Runion for the purchase of the Grand prize yard decorations and the Miller County Sheriff’s Office Auxiliary Program for their donations.

As we celebrate Christmas, we are reminded of the hope that we have in the celebration of the birth of Jesus Christ. It’s the story from the 2nd chapter of the book of Luke in the Bible. We show our love to others in giving of gifts and helping those less fortunate. We encourage those in despair. We pray for our military men and women who are serving around the world away from their families during the Christmas season. We also pray for the safety of our fellow law enforcement officers here and around the country. And we wish all a joyous Christmas season and blessed New Year.🎄
As always, Stay safe. Be alert. Be aware.

Most children make there way through lines to speak to Santa to tell him what they want for Christmas BUT this morning y...
12/22/2018

Most children make there way through lines to speak to Santa to tell him what they want for Christmas BUT this morning your children shared their morning eating donuts and receiving hugs from SRO Deputy Darrell Klink and ASP Trooper Bernard Pettit at Genoa Central School. Deputy Klink and Trooper Pettit were blessed to be present today to feel the excitement of each child that filled the room. Thank you for sharing your family with them. We encourage you to continue to make lasting memories with these beautiful children through the holidays. Teachers, thank you for everything you do to invest in these young minds. We appreciate your kindness, hard work, and knowledge. Merry Christmas! 🎄

🎅🏻🎅🏻🎅🏻The holiday season is HERE and with it brings opportunities to create cherished memories for years to come. Tonigh...
12/20/2018

🎅🏻🎅🏻🎅🏻The holiday season is HERE and with it brings opportunities to create cherished memories for years to come. Tonight, Criminal Investigator Commander Lt. Alan Keller, Patrol Commander Lt. Kathy Hillis, Uniform Patrol Sgt. Stephen Ward and Deputy Matt Hensley might have been spotted sneaking around together as they looked at the Christmas Light displays in the county for the 2018 competition. The group also visited several families in the community in efforts to spread Christmas CHEER. Lt. Hillis, who adores baby’s, found several beautiful children to spend time with. Lt. Keller, who is known for sporting Christmas light necklaces, might have borrowed one or two lights to keep his necklace rocking. Sgt. Ward, makes a great Santa but remember the gifts under the Christmas Tree come from the Original Saint Nick at the North Pole. Which happens to be out of our jurisdiction. And Deputy Matt Hensley just wants to be in charge of what music plays on the radio next time! We would like to thank our Miller County Citizen’s for making tonight’s cherished memories with the Sheriffs Office! 📌Remember Saturday, December 22, 2018 we will be announcing the 2018 winner. It is NOT to late to leave your lights ON. 🎅🏻🎅🏻🎅🏻

As always, Stay safe. Be alert. Be aware.

‼️‼️Let the Competition Begin‼️‼️🎅🏻🤶🎁Attention Miller County Residents, the Miller County Sheriff’s Office Uniform Patro...
12/08/2018

‼️‼️Let the Competition Begin‼️‼️
🎅🏻🤶🎁Attention Miller County Residents, the Miller County Sheriff’s Office Uniform Patrol Division is on the move. Our night shift teams have been patrolling your county roads in search of those who might want to do you or your neighborhood harm. During our shifts we have begun noticing the hard work that’s been put into decorating homes with the Christmas Spirit. It brings us so much joy! Starting tonight the Night Shift teams will begin gathering a list of the most spectacularly decorated homes. We want to see who has the best! You are welcome to share pictures of your lights and decorations. On Saturday, December 22, 2018 we will notify the citizen in person and share with the community our 2018 winner. The winner will be presented by the Uniform Patrol Night Shift teams, a NEW Christmas yard decoration along with a yard sign designating their home THE 2018 best decorated home by the Night Shift Deputies and all bragging rights. Don’t forget to leave your Christmas lights on for us between the hours of 5p-5a‼️‼️‼️🎄🎄🎄Ready..Set..Share! Or you can nominate someone in a private message. 🎅🏻🎅🏻🎅🏻

🎅🏻🎅🏻💙🖤💙Today was the day many sweet faces smiled with joy and happiness during the 2018 Shop with a Cop Event held at Wa...
12/05/2018

🎅🏻🎅🏻💙🖤💙Today was the day many sweet faces smiled with joy and happiness during the 2018 Shop with a Cop Event held at Walmart in Texarkana, AR. However, Deputies Jesse Mathis along with his wife, Julia and Darrell Klink just may have them beat. Both officers might have thought their hands were full but left today with their hearts filled FULL shopping and visiting with these grateful children. Deputies were able to assist as the children made their Christmas selections come true as they shopped hand in hand with officers. Special thanks to all who made this event possible! The time, dedication, donations, and planning take months to organize. We at the Miller County Sheriff’s Office were honored to participate in this event. Here are just a few photos showing the shopping fun that happened today. 🎅🏻🎅🏻💙🖤💙

We at the Miller County Sheriffs Office would like to wish all a safe and happy Thanksgiving. Please travel safely. Reme...
11/21/2018

We at the Miller County Sheriffs Office would like to wish all a safe and happy Thanksgiving. Please travel safely. Remember to give yourself plenty of time to arrive at your destination and be prepared for the unexpected. This is one of the busy travel times of the year. Traffic congestion, accidents and weather can delay your trip. As always, buckle up!

🚨🚨This Thanksgiving, The Miller County Sheriff’s Office Reminds Driver TO.......🥁🥁🥁                     Click It or Tick...
11/16/2018

🚨🚨This Thanksgiving, The Miller County Sheriff’s Office Reminds Driver TO.......🥁🥁🥁

Click It or Ticket ✍️🚔

Miller County, Arkansas—This Thanksgiving, State, County, and Municipal Law Enforcement across the country is teaming up with the U.S. Department of Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration on a high-visibility Click It or Ticket campaign to work toward reducing the number of fatalities that occur when vehicle passengers fail to buckle up.

Thanksgiving is one of the busiest travel times of the year. With millions of Americans on the road en route to visit friends and family for the Thanksgiving holiday, it is more essential than ever to ensure all vehicle passengers are buckled up. With more vehicles on the roads, the chances of being involved in a vehicle crash increase greatly. For this reason, law enforcement will be patrolling the streets, looking for unbuckled passengers. If they spot you, they will pull you over and issue a ticket.

The Click It or Ticket campaign is designed to save lives by making sure all Miller County drivers and passengers get the message to wear their seat belts. The campaign combines powerful messages about seat belt safety with increased patrolling for all unbuckled motorists.

“Wearing a seat belt is the single most effective thing to help prevent you from injury or death in a vehicle crash,” said Sheriff Jackie Runion. “Tragically, over half of the people who died in a fatal traffic crash during Thanksgiving 2016 were not wearing a seat belt at the time of the crash. This year, we’ll be out in full force to ensure drivers and passengers alike are buckled up as they travel to their Thanksgiving destinations. Those disobeying the law will be pulled over and ticketed.”

In Miller County, the law requires Drivers and Passengers to wear a seatbelt, and violations are punishable by a Citation and Fine.


During the 2016 Thanksgiving weekend (6 p.m. Wednesday, November 23, to 5:59 a.m. Monday, November 28), 341 people were killed in motor vehicle crashes nationwide. Tragically, 49 percent of those killed were unbuckled, representing a decrease in seat belt use compared to the same weekend in 2015, when 52 percent of those killed in traffic crashes were unrestrained. Nighttime proved even more deadly, with 55 percent of Thanksgiving weekend crashes occurring at night. Much like drunk driving, these deaths represent needless tragedies for families across America. These deaths could have been completely prevented with the simple click of a seat belt.
“Every day, we see the effects of unbuckled vehicle crashes,” said Sheriff Runion. “Whether you’re driving cross-country or across the street, you must wear your seat belt. This Thanksgiving and every day of the year, remember: Click It or Ticket.”

For more information about traveling safely this Thanksgiving, please visit www.nhtsa.gov/campaign/click-it-or-ticket.

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