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Brinkley Police Department is located at 233 W Cedar St, Brinkley, 72021 AR. The Chief of Police of the department is Bill Geaters. The Brinkley Police Department phone number is 870-734-3434.
Please help Mr. Swift find his dog!
Our thoughts and prayers go out to the family of Promise Archer, Des Arc School District, the Des Arc Community and the emergency personnel working tirelessly to locate Promise. We pray for comfort for the family and community and strength for emergency personnel. God bless you all.
There have been several reports recently of firearms and purses being stolen from vehicles during the night. To reduce these incidents and keep firearms out of the wrong hands, we'd like to encourage our citizens not to leave valuables in their vehicles overnight. Criminals with firearms pose a threat to our community and we have to make a community effort to keep our streets as safe as possible for our citizens, our children and our officers.
A physical altercation over the weekend left one juvenile and one adult wounded. Officers received two calls Saturday in the early morning hours due to physical altercations at the Waffle House and then the 400 block of South Chicago Street. Reportedly firearms were involved, but no one reported a gun shot wound. The injured were treated at Forrest City Medical Center for injuries from the incidents. This matter is under investigation and no names can be released at this time. If anyone has information regarding this incident, please call Investigator Brandy Quinn at Brinkley Police Department (870) 734-3434.
Jimmy Dillard, 48, of Brinkley was arrested on charges of 1st Degree Domestic Battery, Criminal Mischief and Violation of a No Contact Order after driving his vehicle into the home of Tiffany Bonds, striking her with the vehicle. Officers responded to a domestic situation called in by neighbors and found Bonds lying just inside the front door of her residence among the damage caused by Dillard's vehicle. Bonds has been released from the hospital and is recovering. Dillard is being held at Monroe County Sheriff's Department on a $50,000.00 bond.
On Friday, March 30, 2018, the Brinkley Housing Authority was robbed at approximately 3:30 p.m. There was no weapon reported. Dequareious Phillps, 20, of Brinkley, was arraigned on Friday, April 6, 2018 on charges of Commercial Burglary and Theft of Property and is now being held in Monroe County Jail with a $250,000 bond.
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FOUND! Brinkley Police Department is currently searching for a run-a-way juvenile, Laderis Allen, 16, of Brinkley. Allen left Quapaw House in Hot Springs, AR, where he was undergoing court mandated treatment. If anyone knows of Allen's whereabouts, please contact Lt. Brandy Quinn at Brinkley Police Department at (870) 734-3434.
On Friday, March 23, 2018, Conway Police Department notified Brinkley Police that Demarcus Allen, 21, of Brinkley, was arrested for warrants from Brinkley, on a traffic stop in their jurisdiction. Allen was transported to Brinkley and is currently being held in Monroe County Jail for 1st Degree Battery, Aggravated Robbery and Felony Possession of a Firearm for shooting a victim during a robbery in December 2017. Allen currently has a $250,000.00 bond.
On Friday, March 23, 2018, during a traffic stop, Nicaralos Couch, 35 of Brinkley, was arrested for Possession of a Controlled Substance with Purpose to Deliver and Simultaneous Possession of a Firearm and Drugs. Officer Allan Spencer of Brinkley Police Department initiated a traffic stop with Couch for a speed of 30 mph above the posted speed limit and while conducting the stop, Officer Spencer discovered the firearm and controlled substance on Couch's person. The 2005 Honda Motorcycle driven by Couch has been seized by Brinkley Police Department. Couch is being held at Monroe County Jail on a $250,000.00 bond.
We had a great time at Brinkley Athletic Association Auction! Lt. Brandy Quinn won the Pie in the Face for Chief Ed Randle and Harper Quinn did an awesome job with the pie!
A tractor that was stolen from an individual on Hwy. 302 in Monroe County was recovered at a residence on East Cypress Street today in Brinkley. The theft and possession of the stolen tractor are under investigation by Brinkley Police Department and Monroe County Sheriff's Department.
Joseph McNeal, 50, of Brinkley was arrested on March 1, 2018 for Felony Possession of a Controlled Substance by Officer Allan Spence of Brinkley Police Department. McNeal is currently being held at Monroe County Detention Center on a $25,000 bond.
Brinkley Police Department, Monroe County Sheriff's Department and the Arkansas State Police spent time at Brinkley High School and Partee Elementary School during the week to practice with students and staff on how to respond during an active shooter situation. A slow motion drill was conducted at Brinkley High School on Monday and Partee Elementary on Thursday. All students and staff did very well during the exercise. Officers spoke with each class offered ideas that could help them be more prepared in case of an event. We do encourage parents to educate their children on this subject, in hopes that it may eliminate false threats or threatening comments that are made in a joking manner. Due to the events around our nation, everyone is hypersensitive to any potential threat to our school, and every reported incident is investigated to ensure the safety of our students. We do encourage students and staff to report any threat made immediately so that it can be investigated and any threat eliminated. If you know of anyone contemplating an event or posing a threat to your school, your local law enforcement agency should be contacted immediately.
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After testing by the Arkansas Department of Health, the boil order has been lifted and the water is safe for consumption and use.
Brinkley is under a boil order! The Water Department is expecting to know by Monday evening if the water is safe and will post on Facebook to let everyone know. We’ll try to update when more information is released. East Monroe County, United and Wheatley Water Systems are also under the boil order.
We are searching for family of Daniel Lease of Brinkley, born October 5, 1933. If you are a relative or know how to contact a relative, please call Brinkley Police Department at (870) 734-3434. Thank you.
Demarcus Allen is wanted by Brinkley Police Department for violent crimes committed in December 2017. If anyone knows the whereabouts of Demarcus Allen, please contact Brinkley Police Department at (870) 734-3434. All information will be kept confidential.
THIS PERSON HAS BEEN IDENTIFIED AND LOCATED. THANK YOU TO THE CITIZENS WHO ASSISTED IN LOCATING HER. Do you know this person? She is wanted for questioning in an investigation of credit card fraud. Please send replies in messenger only.
Our thoughts and prayers are with the family and friends affected by the tragic events of January 4, 2018. We, as a community, have to pull together and lift up all of the lives that were changed and pray for comfort and peace while the victims and their family and friends, and our community as a whole, grieves the loss we’ve endured. We would like to thank Arkansas State Police for all of their help and all agencies who assisted yesterday during this incident.
Happy New Year from all of us at Brinkley Police Department!
There was a shooting incident on South Chicago Street on November 16, 2017, where two victims reportedly suffered gunshot wounds. One of the victims was treated for a gunshot wound and has been released from the hospital, the second victim who has been named by witnesses at the scene, has not come forward or been located. Damond Olmetti, 23, and Cordious Daniels, 26, both of Brinkley, are wanted for questioning for their involvement in this incident. Anyone having any information regarding this incident, contact Inv. Brandy Quinn at Brinkley Police Department at (870) 734-3435