Benton County Sheriff's Office

  • Agency: Benton County Sheriff's Office
  • Address: 1300 SW 14th St, Bentonville, 72712 AR
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Benton County Sheriff's Office is located at 1300 SW 14th St, Bentonville, 72712 AR. The Benton County Sheriff's Office phone number is 479-271-1008.

Benton County Sheriff's Office News

It’s Dr Seuss week! Captain Guyll had the privilege of reading to the Kindergarten class at Garfield Elementary. As you can tell, He is not afraid to get down on the floor and play games with them either! #drsueuss #reading #garfieldschool #protectbenco

Check out these photos! Wow! Our work crews work extremely hard and do an amazing job in and around our communities. These are before-during-after photos of the Springdale Lake clean up! Impressed!

BENTON COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE SHERIFF SHAWN HOLLOWAY PRESS RELEASE For Immediate Release February 23, 2018 Contact: Sergeant Shannon Jenkins, PIO 55lbs of Marijuana Seized On February 20, 2018 at approximately 1630 hours, the Benton County Sheriff’s Office Narcotics Unit, along with Arkansas and Oklahoma DEA, completed a controlled delivery of 55 pounds of marijuana. The street value is approximately $82,000.00. An Officer with the Sallisaw PD conducted a traffic stop on a Car Hauler. During the stop the officer could smell a strong odor of marijuana coming from a 1993 Toyota T-100 Pick-Up. During the search of the truck, marijuana was found in the tool box located in the back of the truck. The officer believed approximately 40lbs of marijuana was within the tool box. The Oklahoma DEA (Drug Enforcement Agency) was then contacted. Through a brief investigation, it was determined that the marijuana was to be delivered in Benton County. The Arkansas DEA was then contacted and a controlled delivery was arranged through the DEA’s Office and Benton County Sheriff’s Office Narcotics Division. Peter Lee, D.O.B. 06-15-1975, was arrested in connection with this case. He was booked into the Benton County Jail for the charge of Possession of Controlled Substance, AR State Statute 5-64-419. Lee later posted a $50,000.00 bond and will appear in Benton County Circuit Court Division 1, on April 02, 2018.

Sheriff’s Sale Date: March 8, 2018 Time: 10am Location: 1300 SW 14th, Bentonville, AR.

Don’t fall victim to the latest scam! The Benton County Sheriff’s Office and County Clerks Office have recently received calls from concerned citizens. This particular scammer is saying he is Deputy Walker and providing this number, 479-689-6695, to the victim. The scammer is telling people they have a FTA warrant out of Judge Scott’s court. In order to avoid arrest they can pay directly to him. He is telling people the Sheriff’s Office cannot accept cash, checks or money orders, but they can accept a green dot card. All they need to do is buy a green dot card and meet them in the parking of a CVS or the Sheriff’s Office. Reminder: we will never ask you to meet us in a parking lot to accept money or any sorts. If there is a fine that you owe, you pay directly at the courthouse and obtain a receipt from the clerk. Thanks to all who are vigilant in reporting this kind of a crime. Please continue to spread the word so that others don’t fall victim.

If you recognize the man in this photo please contact Captain He is wanted for questioning in a theft of a Rogers grocery store. He was seen leaving in this vehicle pictured.

It was an honor today to deliver Valentines Cards to Veterans at the Veteran Health Care Facility. Children from all over the country hand made cards to be delivered to the men and women who have served this great country. We were lucky to have had this great opportunity today. We salute our Veterans 🇺🇸

It was a cold day Tuesday, but that didn’t stop these smiling faces at Mathias Elementary School from having fun with the Benton County Sheriff’s K-9 Division and SWAT team! #protectbenco

Last night 12 kids graduated from the Youth Diversion Program. This program is meant to assist with developing them into successful young adults through a series of classes to include, community projects, dangers of drug and alcohol abuse, personal evaluation, self-esteem, goal setting, budgeting, career planning, anger management and communication. Mentors learn a great deal from these young people and we hope to have built a bridge that will offer long term support and provide networking with law enforcement and local business leaders as they venture out into the world. Congratulations to each one of them. This is truly and accomplishment!

Parent Night Out- Protecting Your Children From The Dangers Online has begun! If you missed your opportunity to be a part tonight’s presentation and you wish to know more about how you can better protect your children, watch our Facebook page for up and coming dates. #protectbenco

There is still time to register for this Tuesday Nights Presentation about protecting your children from the dangers online. During this short presentation you will walk away with a better understanding of the current applications children are using and how you can protect them from the many dangers they face on a daily basis. Detectives will be available for questions at the end of the evening. To register, email or call 271.1008 ext 3646

Thank you Dr. Jorgensen, President of Northwest Arkansas Community College, for taking the time to speaks with many of our supervisors at the Benton County Sheriff’s Office today about your experiences on what it takes to be a great leader.

Thank you Osage Elementary Student Council for dropping off “Cookies for Courage” to the deputies. They were appreciative of your thoughtfulness.

***The persons of interest have been identified and arrested thanks to all your tips*** We are asking your help in identifying the man and woman in these photos. They are wanted for questioning in a theft case at an area grocery store. Please email Captain

Thank you Walmart GBS Operational Procurement team for donating several boxes of stuffed animals to the Sheriff’s Office. These stuffed animals are passed out to children while on traffic stops, accidents and routine calls for service. Many times these are used to ease a child’s mind during what could be a stressful situation to them.