Logan County Sheriff's Office

  • Agency: Logan County Sheriff's Office
  • Address: 508 W Grober St, Paris, 72855 AR
  • Chief:
Phone: 479-963-3271
Fax: (479) 963-2215

Logan County Sheriff's Office is located at 508 W Grober St, Paris, 72855 AR. The Logan County Sheriff's Office phone number is 479-963-3271.

Logan County Sheriff's Office News

New Logan County Detention Center Update! I am happy to report that our new jail is now ahead of schedule and under budget! Thanks to all the folks working hard to make this happen. Move in date has been moved from June 2019 to April 2019!!! Sheriff Hicks

PLEASE WATCH OUT FOR OUR CHILDREN TONIGHT! Tonight, like every year, Logan County sex offenders who are on probation or parole are required to report to the Probation and Parole Office before dark and stay until all children are safely back home. We are also doing saturation checks on other registered sex offenders tonight to make sure they are one, where they are supposed to be, two, that they are not participating in any activities involving children and three, that they are in compliance with all areas required under the Arkansas Sex Offender Registry requirements. Anyone found not in compliance will be arrested on the spot. I can tell you there has already been an arrest made and it's only 6:34 pm! I have 10 Deputies out tonight getting eyes on and hands on if necessary!!! Sheriff Hicks UPDATE: 7:30 pm - Second registered sex offender just arrested for failure to comply with Sex Offender Registry Requirements. (He had moved and not reported it.)



UPDATE: STOLEN BOAT HAS BEEN RECOVERED ALONG WITH SUSPECT'S TRUCK! DERRICK QUIJADA IS STILL WANTED FOR QUESTIONING BY THE BOONEVILLE POLICE DEPARTMENT AND THE YELL COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE! SHERIFF HICKS BOLO FOR DERRICK QUIJADA!!! STOLEN BOAT! PLEASE SHARE! Authorities are looking for Derrick Quijada who is wanted for questioning in the theft of the Monark boat pictured in the attached photographs. Quijada is driving a black 1996 Ford F150 pickup with 4X4 on the rear portion of the truck bed on both sides. The truck is displaying Arkansas tag# 791 XPL. If you know the whereabouts of Derrick Quijada please call my personal cell number of 479-847-6270 or the Yell County Sheriff's Office, Booneville Police Department or your local Law Enforcement Agency as soon as possible. The boat trailer tag # is AB 364615 and comes back to a Booneville man. Quijada was last seen in Waveland, Arkansas headed east on Hwy. 10. He may have taken the boat to the Dardanelle or Russellville area. If you see this boat please call the Police. All information will be held in strict confidence. Sheriff Hicks NOTE TO DERRICK QUIJADA: Call me asap and let's get this boat back to it's owner. That's your best move!!!

CASH REWARD OFFERED FOR INFORMATION! PLEASE SHARE POST! Cash reward offered for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person or persons responsible for shooting this horse recently on Hwy. 217 between Chismville and Charleston, Arkansas. If you know something or see any vehicles acting suspicious or like they might be involved in night hunting or road hunting please contact the Logan County Sheriff's Office at 479-963-3271 or the Arkansas Game and Fish Hotline at 1-800-482-9262 or my personal cell phone at 479-847-6270. All information will be held in strict confidence and acted upon immediately. Sheriff Hicks

North Logan County Couple Arrested in Burglary Investigation on Friday. The Logan County Sheriff's Office and Arkansas State Police arrested Colton Adcock and Misty Hill in connection with a residential burglary that was reported off Spring Lake Road early Friday morning. Multiple items that were reported stolen in the burglary were recovered in a vehicle being driven by the pair including three firearms. The couple was booked into the Logan County Sheriff's Office by 9:30 am, Friday morning and face multiple charges including "Residential Burglary", "Theft of Property", "Possession of Firearms by Certain Persons", "Possession of Drug Paraphernalia" and "Public Intoxication". I would like to thank my Deputies and our local Arkansas State Troopers for working together to so quickly apprehend these suspects and recover one of our good Citizen's property. Sheriff Hicks

The Logan County Sheriff's Office executed a search warrant and a Probation and Parole search in Booneville last Friday morning resulting in the arrest of Zachary Hatton and Kimberly Barnes. Zachary Hatton faces multiple charges including "Delivery of methamphetamine", "Possession of Drug Paraphernalia", "Maintaining a Drug Premise", "Proximity to Certain Facilities", "Criminal use of a Communication Device" and "Possession of methamphetamine with Purpose to Deliver". Kimberly Barnes faces possible charges including "Possession of Methamphetamine with Purpose to Deliver", "Possession of Drug Paraphernalia" and "Criminal Use of a Communication Device". Seized in the investigation were multiple items of drug paraphernalia, a replica handgun, $320 in U.S. Currency, a home security system and approximately 2 grams of methamphetamine. I would like to thank the Booneville Police Department and the Office of Probation and Parole for their assistance in this investigation. Sheriff Hicks

I would also like to thank First Western Bank for the "Law Enforcement Appreciation Lunch" they provided us this past Tuesday. Great burgers and fixings and even better deserts. We appreciate you taking the time to do this for us. We had a great time of food and fellowship. Although in some parts of our Country these days Law Enforcement is not always appreciated, it is not so in Logan County, Arkansas. We thank you all from the bottom of our hearts! Sheriff Hicks

Just received information regarding mailbox vandalism and reckless driving on Cottontown Road in North Logan County. If you see suspicious vehicles or someone driving recklessly please call the Logan County Sheriff's Office at 479-963-3271 immediately. We have put Cottontown Road on our extra patrol list and anyone caught vandalizing someone's property will be arrested on the spot! Sheriff Hicks

LOST BULL! This bull is missing from the Martin Loop area in Reveille Valley, South Logan County. If you have seen him please call the owner at 479-849-5616 (Russ). Sheriff Hicks PLEASE SHARE THIS POST!

PLEASE HELP US FIND JUSTICE FOR COTY CAMERON! Today, September 12th, 2018 marks two years since Coty Cameron's life was taken from him, his family and loved ones! Coty was murdered at his home on E. State Hwy. 288 near Prairie View, south of Scranton, Arkansas in North Logan County. Coty would have turned 32 the next day! He was the Father of two beautiful children. He was a son, a brother, a cousin, a nephew and a friend to many. We need to find the person or persons responsible for his death and hold them accountable! Please, if you know something, if you've heard something, anything at all, no matter how insignificant you might think it is, please call me at 479-847-6270 or the Logan County Sheriff's Office anytime, day or night. Or send me a private message here on facebook. Someone has information that may be the final piece of the puzzle we need to close this case. Coty's family deserves answers and Coty deserves justice! Any information will be held in strict confidence and followed up on immediately. Sincerely, Sheriff Hicks PLEASE SHARE! PLEASE SHARE! PLEASE SHARE!

The Logan County Sheriff's Office recovered a vehicle reported stolen out of Russellville today in a remote area off Cox Valley Road. If you see vehicles in odd locations or suspicious persons unfamiliar to you, please report it. See something, say something! We will follow up on any information reported in a timely manner. Thanks, Sheriff Hicks

FOUND SAFE! **BOLO*****BOLO*****BOLO*** Please be on the lookout for this runaway Juvenile out of Logan county. Stormy Standley 7/10/2004 ran away from Methodist youth camp rd, New Blaine. Last seen on 9/7/18 at approx 2230 wearing blue blouse and blue jeans, unknown direction of travel, attends school in Russellville. Please see attached photo. If you have info please call the Logan County Sheriff's Office at 479-963-3271 or your local law enforcement agency. PLEASE SHARE! Sheriff Hicks

I would like to update everyone on the events of the past few days and my condition as many are inquiring, calling and sending messages. On Wednesday morning we received info that the subject arrested the night before might not be the person who fled from the accident west of Booneville the day prior. We immediately started following up on other possibilities that lead to my contact with the suspect that was arrested after an all day manhunt on Wednesday. As far as my condition, I chased the suspect of foot and tackled him yesterday injuring my right shoulder and right arm in the process. The suspect was then able to pull away from me just as another Officer arrived and he and I pursued him for a couple more blocks before he made it into a wooded area. We immediately set up a perimeter and held it until we could get dogs, more help and a helicopter there. I can't say enough about all those Agencies that assisted us in this manhunt! As I said in my previous post, we have some of the most dedicated and professional Law Enforcement Officers in America right here in the River Valley. I am having a hard time typing with my left hand as my right one is useless at this point but I wanted to let you all know that I appreciate all your support, comments and prayers. I am waiting on Worker's Comp to schedule an MRI to see how much damage I have to my shoulder and arm. Whatever it is, I'll make it! The good news is the suspect is in custody! I want to again thank all my team at LCSO and all the other Officers and Citizens who called in tips and sightings. I was told today that two men from an Apartment complex and a lady there directed Officers to the suspect and may have even chased him. Who ever you are, we appreciate you and all the support the public provides to us in times like these. We couldn't do it without your prayers and support! God Bless, Sheriff Hicks

I would like to thank my awesome Team LCSO for their hard work and dedication to the Citizens of Logan County. Yesterday was an example of how sometimes many things go south at the same time and everybody on my team saddled up and took care of business! I had Deputies who started out teaching class for our new Detention Officers, then went to a vehicle theft call to a multi-car accident that lead to a manhunt that lasted into the night. I had part time Deputies who started out the day around 3:00 am transporting inmates to prison and then made it back to assist in the manhunt until late last night. And then we ended up recovering a vehicle reported stolen yesterday morning, arresting the suspects in that case (recovering drugs and a weapon in the process) and then my Criminal Investigators interviewed suspects until late in the night. All without a single complaint! To my C.I.D., Narcotics, Patrol, Dispatch, Detention Officers and Deputy Clerks, I want you to know that I appreciate you all very much and we couldn't accomplish what we do without each one of you! I am blessed of God to have you on the Team! Logan County is blessed to have you all! And to all the other Agencies who worked with us yesterday, it was amazing to see. Arkansas State Police, Booneville Police Department, Magazine Police Department, Arkansas Department of Corrections, Johnson County Sheriff's Office, Sebastian County Sheriff's Office, Logan County Road Department, Fort Smith Police Department and Greenwood Police Deparment all working together sharing information and responding to the requests and needs of each Agency in a very professional and timely manner! We have a great group of Law Enforcement Officers in the River Valley and I am proud to serve with you all! And thanks to all the Citizen's who responded with info and sightings throughout the day. You make our ability to succeed possible with your prayers and support. May God Bless You All! Sheriff Hicks

Congratulations to Chief Deputy Joshua Scott, Logan County's 2018 Outstanding Law Enforcement Officer of the Year! Sheriff Hicks

UPDATE: Monica Whithurst was found safe today and has been reunited with her family. Thank you for all your prayers and support. Sheriff Hicks

NORTH LOGAN COUNTY COUPLE FACE MULTIPLE Indoor/outdoor marijuana grow operation raided today by the Logan County Sheriff's Office. Approximately 25 marijuana plants, a substantial quantity of harvested marijuana, drug paraphernalia, firearms and ammunition was seized during the raid. A Peckerwood Lane couple face multiple felony charges as a result including the following: 1)Manufacturing a controlled substance. 2)Possession of schedule VI drugs with purpose to deliver. 3)Possession of drug paraphernalia with purpose to manufacture. 4)Possession of schedule II drugs with purpose to deliver. 5)Maintaining a drug premise 6)Simultaneous possession of drugs & firearms. I would like to thank the Arkansas National Guard, Arkansas State Police, Drug Enforcement Administration and the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission for their assistance in today's operation. Sheriff Hicks

I would like to congratulate my three newest Deputies, Ron Redding, Jennifer McLemore and Jack Tompkins on their graduation today from the Arkansas Law Enforcement Training Academy in East Camden, Arkansas. I appreciate your hard work, dedication and sacrifice in successfully completing this 13 weeks of intensive police training. I also would like to thank your families for the sacrifices they have made by supporting you in this endeavor. We welcome you to Team LCSO as full fledged Arkansas Certified Law Enforcement Officers. I am very proud of each of you and look forward to serving the Citizens of Logan County with you! God Bless, Sheriff Hicks

Always make sure children are away from your vehicle before you put it in gear. A quick walk around could save a life!