Clay County Sheriff's Office

  • Agency: Clay County Sheriff's Office
  • Address: 268 South 2nd Ave., Piggott, 72454 AR
  • Chief:
Phone: (870) 598-2270

Clay County Sheriff's Office is located at 268 South 2nd Ave., Piggott, 72454 AR. The Clay County Sheriff's Office phone number is (870) 598-2270.

Clay County Sheriff's Office News

Corning's boil water advisory has been lifted!

Silver alert has been cancelled


Attention residents of the City of Corning. The City of Corning is under a boil water advisory.

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Clay County Sheriff's Department is taking applications for the positions of Part-time Dispatcher and Full time and part-time Jailer positions. Applicants must be willing to work nights, weekends, and holidays. Applicants need to be able to handle multitasking of duties -both physically and mentally and be able to pass State requirements. Full time benefits include: state retirement, paid health insurance, paid life insurance. Complete Applications may be picked up at the Clay County Detention Center 268 S. Second Ave in Piggott.

Clay County Sheriff Reports: Any one who experienced damages from last night’s storms please contact Clay County Sheriff’s Department 870-598-2270 or the Office of Emergency Management 870-598-2667.

Clay County Sheriff Terry Miller regrettably reports one fatality from tonight's storms, Albert Foster of Knobel. Tonight's storms have resulted in severe damage to several areas of Clay County. Reports of power outages, power poles down, and flooded roads have been reported at this time. Sheriff Miller advises residents if they have any damage to their property to call the Clay County Sheriff's Department so information can be given to the Office of Emergency Management.

Clay County Sheriff' Terry Miller reports that shortly after 8:00 pm on February 22, 2018 Clay County 911 received a call regarding a possible shooting that occurred on LaSalle Street in Rector, AR. Upon arrival officers discovered a deceased white male inside the residence. The victim was identified as Jeffery Baker, 40, of Rector, AR. The Arkansas State Police were called in to investigate. A person of interest has been interviewed regarding the incident and the State Police are continuing with their investigation. Further information will be released when it becomes available.

Clay County Sheriffs Department is taking applications for the position of part time female jailer! Apply today at 268 South 2nd Ave Piggott, AR.

Rector D.A.R.E Graduation for tonight has been rescheduled to January 25th at 1:30pm.

The Piggott and Corning courthouse will open at 10:00 am today.

Clay County Sheriff's Department requesting the public's assistance involving the theft of this truck and trailer. If anyone has seen this truck being driven this weekend, please contact the Clay County Sheriff's Dept. (870)598-2270

Sheriff Terry Miller would like to report that the 2017 "Shop with a Hero" was held on December 9. 73 kiddos were provided with Christmas gifts while spending time with a hero of their own. Sheriff Miller wants to thank everyone who has donated to Corning Cares throughout the year to make this possible and also the deputies with the Clay County Sheriff's Department, the Corning Police Department, the Corning Fire Department, AMMC ambulance, Survival Flight, Arkansas State Police, Arkansas Game and Fish, Arkansas Community Corrections, Corning First Responders, Corning Wal Mart and everyone else who helped make this a special Christmas for these boys and girls.

Clay County Sheriffs Department is taking applications for the position of part time dispatcher! Apply today at 268 South 2nd Ave Piggott, AR.

Judge Patterson advises the burn ban has been lifted.

Sheriff Terry Miller reports that County Judge Mike Patterson has placed Clay County under a county wide burn ban effective immediately.

Sheriff Terry Miller and all the employees of the Clay County Sheriff's Department want to wish everyone a happy and safe Thanksgiving.

Clay County Sheriff Terry Miller reports of a new scam going around Arkansas. The caller states the recipient has missed jury duty and must pay a fine. The caller gives a number to be reached back at as well. So far the main targets of this scam have been teachers but anyone can be victimized. Sheriff Miller advises the public any information regarding jury duty is done by phone or in person.