Eudora Police Department

  • Agency: Eudora Police Department
  • Address: 111 N Archer St, Eudora, 71640 AR
  • Chief: (Chief of Police)
Phone: 870-355-4412

Eudora Police Department is located at 111 N Archer St, Eudora, 71640 AR. The Eudora Police Department phone number is 870-355-4412.

Eudora Police Department News

City of Eudora Arkansas Christmas Parade December 8, 2018 at 10am. Contact the Eudora Police Department for details. 870-355-4412.

The Eudora Police Department and several other agencies at the Back to School Bash hosted by Lil Jacob's. We had a good time giving away school supplies. Thanks Lil Jacob's for inviting us.

The Eudora Police Department, 10th District Drug Task Force and Department of Community Correction in an ongoing investigation into illegal drug distribution in the city, conducted a drug bust at 854 W. Beouff Street. A large amount of Marijuana, Methamphetamine, Prescription Pills and Cash was seized. Hubert Williamson was arrested and being held at the Lake Village Jail.

The Eudora Police Department and 10th District Drug Task Force in an ongoing investigation into illegal drug distribution in the city, executed a search warrant at 315 Stewart Street. A large amount of Marijuana and cash was seized, A stolen revolver was also taken from the residence. Melishia Person was arrested and being held at the Lake Village Jail.

ATTENTION EUDORA RESIDENTS: Please secure your vehicles. We have received reports that someone is again entering unlocked vehicles and going through glove boxes and consoles to steal anything of value. The peak hours are 6pm to 4am. The police department has obtained surveillance footage of the suspect. If you recognize the suspect, please contact the Eudora Police Department at 870-355-4412.

This Craftmans compressor was confiscated today. If anyone recognizes it or knows the owner of it, please have him/her contact the Eudora Police Department at 870-355-4412.

Halloween Bash 2017!! Thanks to everyone that came out and supported us!! Congratulations to the all the winners!! A special thanks to all the sponsors!! We could not have done it with you!!! See you next year!!!!

The Eudora Police Department will be raffling $25 Wal-Mart gift cards for back to school. Please come to the police department between 1pm and 4pm to register your child. Deadline to register is Friday, August 11, 2017. Winners will be announced at the Lil Jacobs Back to School Fair on August 12, 2017. One entry per child and parent must bring child when registering.

Eudora Residents, please lock and secure your vehicles. We are currently looking for someone that is pulling on vehicle doors looking for unlocked vehicles. The suspect is looking for anything of value left in the console, cup holder or glove box. If you notice any suspicious activity, please call the police.

The Eudora Police Department is giving away four (4) unclaimed bikes 2 girls and 2 boys. They will be given on a first come basis. The child must be accompanied by parent or guardian.

At approximately 4:10pm, Saturday June 3, 2017 two inmates escaped from the Washington County Regional Correctional Facility in Mississippi. One escapee has been captured, but Jackie Jackson, BM approx. 5'10 and 110lbs is still at large. He was being held on a Capital Murder Charge. If you see him, Call 911.

Attention all Eudora AT&T customers - Some residents 911 service is not working. If a 911 call is made and it consistently rings hang up and call the police department at 870-355-4412. AT&T is aware of the problem and working to have it corrected ASAP.

The Eudora Police Department is currently accepting applications for police officers. Applications are accepted between 8am and 4pm Monday - Friday

Eudora Residents Boil Notice The boil notice issued by the City of Eudora on Tuesday morning has been lifted as of 1:30pm today. Residents of the Eudora Water System NO LONGER NEED TO BOIL WATER before drinking, cooking or making ice.

Eudora Residents Boil Notice Water pressure in the distribution system dropped below the minimum of 20 psi allowed by state regulations. The drop in pressure was caused by a broken water main. Repairs have been completed. However, due to the temporary drop in water pressure, as a precaution, we advise that all water used for drinking, cooking, making ice, brushing teeth, or washing dishes, be boiled. A rolling boil of three minutes is sufficient. As an alternative, bottled water may be used. This precautionary boil water notice is expected to remain in effect until the required bacteriological survey shows that the water is safe to drink which we expect to be no more than three days. You will be provided with a notification at that time. Contact the Eudora City Hall at 870-355-4436 for questions. Type a message...

The Eudora Police Department would like to thank the Eastern Star's for providing cupcakes to the staff and visitors of the police department. Happy Holidays to you!!

Have a Happy, Safe Thanksgiving Weekend!!

You are invited to the Eudora Christmas Parade on December 17, 2016. If you wound like to participate, please contact the Eudora Police Department 870-355-4412.

The Eudora Police Department would like to thank everyone that came out for the Halloween Bash. This event was a success thanks to the community coming together and supporting it. Working together as one benifits us all.

Just a reminder to attend the Eudora Emergency Services Halloween Bash, Monday October 31st from 5pm until 8pm at the J Austin White Culture Center. This is just one of many prizes to be given away. See you Monday!

GUNFIRE DIRECTED INTO THREE HOMES AT EUDORA – THREE WOUNDED AT ONE SITE OCTOBER 10, 2016 Two adults and a nineteen month old child were wounded by gunfire last night (Sunday, October 9, 2016) in Eudora (Chicot County). Eudora Police responded to 240 South Mabry Street at approximately 10:50 PM where the three wounded victims were located. They are identified as Trent Tuner, 24, Viniki Haney, 34 and her child Truth Turner. All three were wounded from gunfire directed from outside their residence into the home. Truth Turner was airlifted by medical helicopter to Children’s Hospital in Little Rock and is reported to be in serious condition. The other two victims were admitted to the Chicot Memorial Hospital. Their condition is unknown. Local police contacted special agents of the Arkansas State Police Criminal Investigation Division to assist in the investigation. While the special agents were still at the Mabry Street address investigating the scene, gunfire was heard at a nearby residence later determined by local police to be outside 1633 Front Street. The occupant of the residence had moved-out the previous day. A short-time later Shandria Adams called police to her home at 1435 Front Street. Adams stated someone had fired a gun into the home. Adams and her infant child escaped injuries from the shots fired into the home. Arkansas State Police and Eudora Police are searching for suspects believed to have been involved in the shootings. Bill Sadler Arkansas State Police - Public Information Officer One State Police Plaza Drive - Little Rock, Arkansas 72209 (501) 618-8230 -

FYI - Jeremy Lynn Barnett 40 yr. old white male of Ark City walked away from McGehee Criminal Justice Facility at 9:29 a.m. this morning while on rec. Barnett is 5’9" 160 pounds with hazel eyes and brown hair. Barnett was being held on a parole violation awaiting bed space at ADC. He is not believed to be armed but should be considered dangerous. ADC tracking Unit is on the scene and have recovered his jail clothes and officers are searching the area at this time. It is believed that Barnett is attempting to leave the area. Updates will be forwarded as information becomes available If you see this person, please call 911.

Please come to the 2nd annual Halloween Party sponsored by the City of Eudora Emergency Services on October 31, 2016 from 5pm to 8pm at the J Austin White Culture Center. This event will provide a safe environment for children to come for Halloween. Drawings will be held for children to win tablets, bikes and much more!!! For more information, please contact the Eudora Police Department at 870-355-4412.

The suspect in last nights Dollar General Robbery has been arrested.

LEE COUNTY, Ark. - A man convicted of murder and rape who escaped from a prison in Lee County has been recaptured, officials say. Lloyd Jones, 40, escaped the East Arkansas Regional Correctional Facility in Brickeys on Monday, according to a spokesman for the Arkansas Department of Correction. He was on a work detail when the escape happened.