Clarksville Police Department

  • Agency: Clarksville Police Department
  • Address: 1008 W Main St, Clarksville, 72830 AR
  • Chief: Greg Donaldson (Chief of Police)
Phone: 479-754-8100
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Clarksville Police Department is located at 1008 W Main St, Clarksville, 72830 AR. The Chief of Police of the department is Greg Donaldson. The Clarksville Police Department phone number is 479-754-8100.

Clarksville Police Department News

On 06/04/2018 Sgt. Arron Arnold and Pio. Larry Boggs were presented with the State of Arkansas Naloxone Life Saving Award. On 03/01/2018 Sgt. Arnold and Pio. Boggs responded to two separate medical emergencies in which the victim suffered an opioid overdose that resulted in them being non responsive. Sgt. Arnold and Pio. Boggs deployed their department issued Naloxone and doing so saved the life of each victim.

Officer Tucker was patrolling the Nature Trail and ran into this young man who was proud to show off his new bike!

On 05/30/2018 The Clarksville Police Department conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle with defective equipment. The driver was identified as Skylar Sexton and during the investigation it was determined his driver’s license was suspended. Sexton was taken into custody which led to the discovery of Methamphetamine and Drug Paraphernalia. Sexton was transported to the Johnson County Detention Center to be held for a Felony Bond Hearing.

On 05/27/2018 The Clarksville Police Department was contacted by a local business for a subject Shoplifting merchandise. Officers arrived and took the suspect Juan Juanes-Zuniga into custody and during the search of his person Methamphetamine was located along with other drugs. Juan was transported to the Johnson County Detention Center to be held for a Felony Bond Hearing.

On 05/25/2018 The Clarksville Police Department conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle with no license plate displayed. The driver was identified as Charleen Leal who is on active probation. A Probation search of the vehicle led to the discovery of Methamphetamine and Drug Paraphernalia. Charleen was taken into custody and transported to the Johnson County Detention Center to be held for a Felony Bond Hearing.

On Wednesday (05/16/2018) the Clarksville Police Department was called to one of our local gas stations after methamphetamine was located. The meth was collected and we need to make sure you get the credit you are due so the person or persons who are responsible please come to the Police Department for a statement and yes we will then take you to jail… The hard working and productive people of this community give us their support and are tired of seeing their personal possessions being stolen and sold to feed YOUR habit!

On Friday (05/11/2018) Officers with the Clarksville Police Department conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle for defective equipment. The vehicle was being operated by Linda Lovick and had Christopher Brown as the passenger. Lovick and Brown are both Active Parolees and a search was conducted. During that search a bag of methamphetamine and drug paraphernalia was located. Both Lovick and Brown were taken to the Johnson County Detention Center to be held for a Bond Hearing. Methamphetamine is a poison that will rob you of everything and if you possess it in the City of Clarksville you will go to jail!

The Clarksville Police Department would like to wish all the mom's a Happy Mother's Day!!

A Big Thank you to Joe Bolduc and Family for Putting on His Annual Law Enforcement Appreciation Lunch! Joe cooked Steak, Chicken, Marlin and all the sides to go with! #3rdAnnual #NoTimeForNaps

On Tuesday (05/08/2018) the Clarksville Police Department turned over to the Drug Enforcement Agency 200 pounds of collected prescription pills. The pills have been mostly collected from our permanent pill collection box in front of the Police Department and will now be destroyed properly. AR Drug Director, "We have the ability to save lives, and we are doing it every day." Talking about programs to combat the state #OpioidEpidemic

On Sunday (05/06/2018) the Clarksville Police Department attempted to make a traffic stop on a vehicle that had no taillights. The vehicle being operated by John Satterfield did not stop and began to flee from Officers. During the short pursuit items were thrown from the vehicle and later recovered. Satterfield stopped the vehicle at the end of a private road in the area of Big Danger and a short foot pursuit took place. John Satterfield, Erin Newberry and Trajon Carney were taken into custody and transported to the Johnson County Detention Center. Methamphetamine is a poison that will rob you of everything and if you possess it in the City of Clarksville you will go to jail!

On Saturday (05/05/2018) the Clarksville Police Department took Samuel Nordin into custody following a traffic stop and foot pursuit. Samuel was the passenger of the vehicle and decided not to stick around to speak with Officers. Methamphetamine was located on Samuel and he was taken to the Johnson County Detention Center to be held for a Bond Hearing. If you possess Methamphetamine in the City of Clarksville you will go to jail!