Ozark Police Department

  • Agency: Ozark Police Department
  • Address: 200 S 4th St, Ozark, 72949 AR
  • Chief: Jim Noggle (Chief of Police)
Phone: (479) 667-2233
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Ozark Police Department is located at 200 S 4th St, Ozark, 72949 AR. The Chief of Police of the department is Jim Noggle. The Ozark Police Department phone number is (479) 667-2233.

Ozark Police Department News

*********************NEW********************** The following people have business with the Ozark Police Department: Evette Alston, Joseph Born, Tristan Carter, Duran Jackson, Thomas Luster, Donny McGuire, Michael Parrish, Jimmie Payne, Jeffrey Privett, John Sumrall, Anthony Swain, Eric Tamariz, Sarah Warren, Jordan White, Rodney Wright Remember the Amnesty Program is April 1, 2018 through April 15, 2018. The Franklin County District Court said there are several warrants pending. If you think you have a warrant pending, call 479-667-4808 to check. Pending warrants can be taken care of during Amnesty period. If you are friends with any of these people, please tag them with this post

April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month Strong, nurturing communities that are supportive of families can get involved and play a role in preventing child abuse and neglect and promoting child and family well-being. Mayor McNutt, Department of Human Services, and Ozark Police Department planted 240 pinwheels as part of the pinwheels for prevention. In 2008, Prevent Child Abuse America introduced the pinwheel as the new national symbol for child abuse prevention through Pinwheels for Prevention. By its very nature, the pinwheel connotes whimsy and childlike notions. In essence, it has come to serve as the physical embodiment, or reminder, of the great childhoods we want for all children. https://www.childwelfare.gov/topics/preventing/preventionmonth/ http://preventchildabuse.org/resource/pinwheels-for-prevention/

Arkansas Drug Take Back You can drop off old outdated medications at a drug drop off box near you. Visit the link for more information. http://www.artakeback.org/search-collection-sites

FRANKLIN COUNTY DISTRICT COURT AMNESTY PROGRAM Starting April 1, 2018 Misdemeanor warrants issued by Franklin County District Court in Charleston and Ozark Defendant must report in person to the Ozark Police Department or the Franklin County Sheriff’s Office where the warrant originated during normal business hours. The Defendant will be served with the warrant and released with a new court date. The Defendant will NOT be arrested on the Franklin County District Court Warrant. When the Defendant appears at the new court date, the connected Failure To Appear (FTA) charge will be dismissed. If the Defendant pays the underling fines/costs/fees in FULL on most charges by the new court date, the connected FTA will be dismissed and the driver’s license hold will be dropped without additional fees. *Depending on the Charge, the Defendant may not have to appear in court at all if the fines/costs/fees are paid in full. Many class A misdemeanors require a court appearance plus either an attorney or a written waiver of right to counsel. Defendant will need to contact the court to find out whether a court appearance can be skipped by payment in full. No additional fines, costs, fees, or penalties will be added. This Amnesty Program will last until April 15, 2018, but will otherwise end without notice. If you are unsure if you have a misdemeanor warrant, you can call the Ozark Police Department at (479) 667-2233 or the Franklin County Sheriff's Office at (479) 667-4127 during normal business hours. Monday through Friday 8:30am to 4:30pm

The following people have business with the Ozark Police Department. (last name K through Z) Remember the Amnesty Program is April 1, 2018 through April 15, 2018. The Franklin County District Court said there are several warrants pending. If you think you have a warrant pending, call 479-667-4808 to check. Pending warrants can be taken care of during Amnesty period. If you are friends with any of these people, please tag them with this post. Misty Keith, Robert Lane, Branden Lechner,Jessica Lingo, Anna Linton, Misty Lovelace, James McCartney, Shawn McCarty, Darice McClendon, James McEntyre, Harley McGee, Billy Jack McGehee, James Mealler, Ronald Mize, Jonathan Motsinger, Chad Nichols, Eunice Rieff, James Robinson, John Root, William Salter, Michael Scheller, Andrew Orly, Frankie Palmer, Derek Pannell, Lawrence Parker, Kathleen Parks, Lewis Perkins Jr, Marlon Phillips, Monica Pickard, Douglas Pickett, Sheila Pickett, Ashley Powers, James Jamie Puritt, Clint Pugh, Patricia Pyron, Krystin Rawles, Kenneth Richards, Michael Richardson, Douglas Blue Rogers, James Authur Rogers Jr, Issac Ross, William Sanford, Jeffrey Schneider, Kyle Scott, Tamara Seay, Lacey Shepherd, Christina Shipley, Melissa Sims, Weston Simpson, Chloe Slavens, Richard Earl Smith, Kendra Sontchi, Joseph Sowards, Dayna Stapleton, Dana Stovall, Susanne Straughan, Miranda Ann Wallace, Olivia Wickwar, Breon Wilis, Shelly Wright, David Young, Billy Joe Strickland, Bunnie Taylor, Randy Terry, Allen Trobaugh, Misty Varnell, Kari Vaughn, Leola Wadkins, Mark Waits, Wiliam Walden, Jacob Walker, Nola Walker, Chase Warner, Vernon Wilkins, Austin Xiong, Earl Yoakum, Johnny Zolliecoffer

The following people have business with the Ozark Police Department. (last name A through J) Remember the Amnesty Program is April 1, 2018 through April 15, 2018. The Franklin County District Court said there are several warrants pending. If you think you have a warrant pending, call 479-667-4808 to check. Pending warrants can be taken care of during Amnesty period. If you are friends with any of these people, please tag them with this post. Craig Alderson, Zachary Anderson, Daniel Ard, Lori Atwell, Donald Baker, Ahsley Bailey, Karrie Barden, Cy Barnes, William Bates, Megan Beaird, Cliffard Birchell II, Chance Blasingame, Gary Carriger, Calvin Bragg Jr, Joseph Brewer, Mariea Brown, Jarred Brownlee, Tonda Bullock, Cody Buchtol, Christina Burkhardt, Beth Burton, Ricky Dee Cagle, Mary Jo Caldwell, Peggy Cantrell, Jerry Catlett, Robert Chambers, Dustin Chandler, Matthew Chancey, Kacie Chandler, Paul Clark, Laura Collins, Ross Compeau, Erik Comtois, Shelly Coody, Ryan Cooper, Reshayna Corley, David Cox Jr, Corey Creek, Sidney Creech Jr, Allen Davis, Brittney Deignan, Breanna Davis, Jonathan Davis, Jason Dinkel, Misti Linn Parker, Misti L. Dossey, Alan Drum, Tracey Dougan, Zach Evans, Justin Evans, Brittany Ellison, Jessica Fisher, Paul Frickenschmidt, Roger Flowers, Glynn Fobis, Julienne Forbis, Christopher Gilmore, Jackson Goolsby, Jesse Gahagan, Julian Garcia, Adam Green, Michelle Grimes, Kathy Gray, Shanitra Gulley, Kourtney Hampton, Heather Haney, Justin John Harris, Andrew Harris, Bobbie Hardaway, Patrick Harris, Jarius Harris, Tommy Heath, David Harvey, Chris Hubbard, Darla Hutchison, Larry Hurst Jr, Taylor Huff, Cory Helmert, Billie Haynes, Patrick Daryl Jeffrey, Todd Jeffrey, Kenneth Johnson, Misty Lynn Keith, Misty Lovelace, John Lynch, Anna Linton, Jessica Lingo, Branden Lechner, Robert James Lane, Jeffrey Johnson, Amber Johnson, Kendal Jewell Ozark Police Department 479-667-2233 Frankln County Sheriff 479-667-4127 Ozark District Court 479-667-4808

FRANKLIN COUNTY DISTRICT COURT AMNESTY PROGRAM Starting April 1, 2018 Misdemeanor warrants issued by Franklin County District Court in Charleston and Ozark Defendant must report in person to the Ozark Police Department or the Franklin County Sheriff’s Office where the warrant originated during normal business hours. The Defendant will be served with the warrant and released with a new court date. The Defendant will NOT be arrested on the Franklin County District Court Warrant. When the Defendant appears at the new court date, the connected Failure To Appear (FTA) charge will be dismissed. If the Defendant pays the underling fines/costs/fees in FULL on most charges by the new court date, the connected FTA will be dismissed and the driver’s license hold will be dropped without additional fees. *Depending on the Charge, the Defendant may not have to appear in court at all if the fines/costs/fees are paid in full. Many class A misdemeanors require a court appearance plus either an attorney or a written waiver of right to counsel. Defendant will need to contact the court to find out whether a court appearance can be skipped by payment in full. No additional fines, costs, fees, or penalties will be added. This Amnesty Program will last until April 15, 2018, but will otherwise end without notice. If you are unsure if you have a misdemeanor warrant, you can call the Ozark Police Department at (479) 667-2233 or the Franklin County Sheriff's Office at (479) 667-4127 during normal business hours. Monday through Friday 8:30am to 4:30pm

City Wide Clean Up is April 2nd through April 6th. Items will be picked up on your normal trash day. Electronics can be taken to the lot between the Post Office and the County Jail. Dumpsters will be provided for old computers, TV's, and other electronics during the clean up week. Clean up week is the perfect time to throw away old appliances like stoves, washers, dryers, toilets, hot water heaters, and refrigerators. Code Enforcement will be making rounds the following week to address any issues that were not resolved with the clean up. For more information about the and what items will be picked up, call (479) 667-2238

The following people have business with the Ozark Police Department: Craig Alderson, Ashley Bailey, Karrie Barden, Randall Barham, William Bates, Joseph Brewer, Ricky Dee Cagle, Gary Carriger, Matthew Chancey, David Cowan, Corey Creek, Breanna K. Davis, Brittney Deignan, Jason Dinkel, Alan Drum, Yvette Edgin, Brandon English, Zecharia Evans, Andrew Olry, Adam Green, Michelle Grimes, Heather Haney, Bobbie Hardaway, Derrick Hays, Cory Helmert, Joseph Hirtler, Amber Johnson, Misty Keith, Jessica Lingo, Misty Lovelace, John D. Lynch, Darice McClendon, Jerry McCready, Billy McGehee, James Mealler, Annie Mohr, Robert Moss, Eddy Palmer, Frankie Palmer, Misty Linn Parker, Misti L. Dossey, Lonnie Peppard, Lewis Parker, Douglas Pickett, Ashley Powers, James R. Pruitt, Clint Pugh, Krystin Rawles, Kenneth Richards, Michael Richardson, James Robinson, Douglas Blue Rogers, James Author Rogers, Issac Aaron Ross, Jonathan B. Ruston, Tamara Seay, Lacey D. Shepherd, Weston Wade Simpson, Suzanne Straughan, Misty Carnell, Paul D. Vaughn, William Walden, Jacob Walker, Nola Walker, Chase Walker, Jordan WEathes, Olivia Wickwar, Richie L. Williams, Austin Xiong, Earl Yoakum, Johnny Zolliecoffer

We are getting ready for the National Drug Take Back Day. You can bring your old perscription medications to the Ozark Police Department lobby any time between 8:30am and 4:30pm Monday through Friday. The National Take-Back Day is a safe, convenient, and responsible way to dispose of unused or expired prescription drugs. For more information, please visit http://www.artakeback.org/

The following people have business with the Ozark Police Department: Brandon English, Dennis Arceneaux, Billie Renee Haynes, John Justin Harris, Derrick Hays, Cory Helmert, Branden Lechner, Heather Haney, Misty Lovelace, Clint Pugh, Douglas Blue Rogers If you know where these individuals are, please contact us.

UCA Small Developer Conference Cost: FREE When: May 31, 2018 Where: University of Central Arkansas, McCastlain Hall (McCastlain Ballroom) What: Do you want to learn more about how you can become a small real estate developer for a project in your neighborhood? Are you an advocate or local leader looking to encourage better buildings in your community? At the UCA Small Developer Conference participants will be exposed to the “big picture view” of small scale real estate development. Learn how to: Pick a good development project. Take the first steps to make it a reality. Discover where you need help. Meet people who can help you. Want to know more about the UCA Small Developer Conference? http://uca.edu/cced/dev-con/

City Clean Up April 2 through April 6. Items will be picked up on normal trash day. Electronics can be deposited that week in dumpsters located between the Franklin County Jail and the Post Office.

OPD has filled the Code Enforcement Officer position. We are now taking applications for a Patrolman position. This is a full time position with benifits. Applications can be picked up, in person, at the Ozark Police Departmnet building located at 2914 West Commercial St.

Some recent arrests by our officers

This dog was found near the I40 Travel Center and was taken to Holts Animal Clinic. If this is your dog or you want to adopt it, contact Holt’s Office

We are trying to identify these two people. Last seen driving a silver Grand Am.

The Ozark Police Department is trying to identify this individual. If you know who this please message on Face Book or call us at 479-667-2233