Congrats Daniel Huddleston, this weeks winner!!!
Flippin Police Department is located at 239 E. Main St., Flippin, 72634 AR. The Flippin Police Department phone number is 870-453-8888.
Congrats Daniel Huddleston, this weeks winner!!!
Drawing in 7 min.... I’m on the road traveling to a swim meet so facebook live isn’t working I’ll be posting the winner in a few min
Don’t forget to come see us at the Flippin Fling today, our first drawing will be at 545 so come get your tickets!!!
Don't forget to come see us Saturday at the Flippin Fling!! We will have a booth set up for anyone needing tickets for the gun draw. Our first drawing will be around 5:30 Saturday!
Good morning, I forgot to post the date of the first drawing....June 9th during the Flippin Fling!!!! We will have a booth set up for anyone who needs tickets, so come out and enjoy a day of fun!!
We finally have It!!!! The first quarter gun list is posted, we are sorry for the delay but it has been a logistical nightmare with the move of Ammo Zone. We are happy to say that they are fully up and running and have placed the order for the first quarter guns. So if you haven't picked up a ticket yet come see us or stop by Ammo Zone and get one!! As always we want to thank our community for the support.
FLIPPIN POLICE DEPARTMENT 52 GUN DRAW First quarter gun list… Delton DT sport AR15 5.56 S&W M&P15-22 FDE Magpul 22LR Savage A17 17 HMR Semi-auto S&W M&P Shield 45ACP Marlin 1895GBL 45/70 Century Arms RAS47 7.62x39 Glock 19x 9mm FN 509 9mm S&W Shield EZ 380acp Taurus 605 357 Winchester SXP 12g Taurus G2C 9mm FMK G9C 9mm Guns will be assigned by quarter not weekly this way you have some options if you win!!! If you win the first week you get to choose from the 13 guns, week two you choose from 12 and so on. The next three quarters the gun list will be posted a week before the drawing.
PRESS RELEASE On March 13, 2018 at approximately 3:15 PM, Marion County 911 operators received a call alleging that an unknown male individual was armed with a shotgun and was en route to Mountain Home Public Schools to “shoot it up.” Marion County 911 operators were able to triangulate the call to have been made near the Flippin High School, at which time officers from the Flippin Police Department were dispatched. Marion County 911 Operators also contact the Mountain Home Police Department and informed them of the alleged threat. Upon conducting a search of the area, a juvenile suspect was located and subsequently admitted that he was the individual who had made the 911 call. During the course of the investigation, the juvenile informed officers that the call was a hoax and that he was simply trying to play a prank. The juvenile was ultimately charged with communicating a false alarm. At this time, there is no known threat to any of our local schools. The Flippin Police Department was assisted by the Marion County Sheriff’s Office and the Mountain Home Police Department. Assistant Chief Dustin Carter
Hi all!!! We wanted to let you know we still have tickets left for the 52 gun draw, with the move of Ammo Zone we may have to push the first drawing to April but don't worry you will still have a chance at all 52 guns!!! We hope everyone has a great day and be safe..
Good Morning All!!! If you haven't picked up your ticket yet come by and see us, remember we only have 1000 of them and the first drawing is March 2.
we want to wish everyone a Happy New Year!! The Flippin Police Department is excited for the new year and happy to serve the citizens of Flippin. Don't forget to get your raffle ticket for the 52 gun draw they are moving fast. Get yours at City Hall, Mystic Hollow, or just give us a call.
The Flippin Police Department is excited to announce we are having a 52 GUN RAFFLE!!!! Starting March 2, 2018 - Feb 22, 2019. Tickets are $50 and the drawings will be every Friday. Only 1000 tickets will be sold and if you win your name goes back into the pot for a chance at another one!!! All proceeds will go to the police department to help with equipment needs. Ticket can be purchased at Flippin City Hall, Ammo Zone or contact Chief Campfield at 870-421-2691
COME OUT TO SPORTS PAGE AND SIGN UP ON Saturday MAY 6, 2017 FROM 10am-1pm. See registration form above. ****Signing up later then June 1, 2017 the Entry Fee will be $40.00 a team. You can also sign up at Flippin City Hall, Sports Page, Flippin Middle/High School and ERA Doty Reality at anytime.
PRESS RELEASE On 2/24/2017, Corey Weaver, of Gassville was arrested and charged with Possession of Methamphetamine with Purpose to Deliver, a Class B Felony, and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, a Class D Felony an outstanding Misdemeanor warrant from Baxter County was also served on Weaver . Also arrested was Deric Holt of Gassville, Arkansas for Driving While License Suspended and Ashley Taylor of Flippin Arkansas for Possession of a Controlled Substance a Class A Misdemeanor. The arrests stem from a traffic stop by the Flippin Police Department. During the course of the stop officers searched the vehicle the three were travelling in. Officers located an amount of methamphetamine with a street value of approximately $750.00 along with approximately $800.00 in US Currency on Weaver's person. Officers located a Schedule IV Prescription pill on Taylor while processing her at the jail. Bond for Weaver was set at $10,000.00. Taylor and Holt posted bond and were released and are waiting to appear in Flippin District Court. Weaver remains incarcerated at the time of the press release. Dusty Smith Flippin Police Department
UPDATE!!! Deputies from the Marion County Sheriff's Office located the Chevy Avalanche Jeanquart drove away from the scene of the shooting in the Peel area a short distance from the crime scene. The vehicle was parked near the Bull Shoals Lake. For most of the day law enforcement officers from Marion County have been walking a wooded area near the location the vehicle was recovered as well as checking numerous boat docks and resorts in the area. At this time Jeanquart has still not been located but the search will continue. The victim remains hospitalized in stable condition that is non life threatening. The Marion County Sheriff's Office asks anyone with information regarding Jeanqarts whereabouts or with any information regarding the incident to contact the Marion County Sheriff's Office at 870 449 4236, or call 911. The Sheriff's Office reminds the public that anyone who knowingly assists Jeanquart in evading or hiding from law enforcement can face criminal charges. Investigator Dusty Smith for Marion County Sheriff Clinton Evans
On 1-27-2017 Lance Dell, age 39, of Peel was arrested and charged with Simultaneous Possession of Drugs and Firearms, a Class Y Felony, Possession of a Schedule I or II Controlled Substance with Purpose to Deliver, a Class B Felony, Delivery of Methamphetamine, a Class C Felony, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, a Class D Felony and Fleeing, a Class A Misdemeanor. The arrest stems from a joint investigation by the Marion County Sheriff's Office and Flippin Police Department. During the course of the investigation officers learned that Dell was engaging in a narcotics transaction at a location in Yellville. Officers from each Department conducted surveillance and located Dell with two passengers leaving the location of the narcotics transaction. Officers attempted to conduct a traffic stop on the vehicle Dell was driving but he refused to stop when officers engaged emergency lights. Dell was blocked in and stopped approximately one quarter of a mile after the officer engaged his emergency lights. Officers located funds from the narcotics transaction in Dell's pocket, along with an additional amount of suspected methamphetamine. Officers located items used for introducing narcotics into the body, along with a loaded pistol in the vehicle Dell was driving. Judge Jason Duffy set bond for Dell at $100,000. Dell posted bond and is awaiting a first appearance in Marion County Circuit Court. In an unrelated investigation On 1-28-2017, Mike Shelton, age 55, of Yellville, Jessica Plant, age 28, of Yellville, and Bayle Harvey, age 29, of Yellville were arrested after a search warrant was executed at the residence of Mike Shelton. Shelton had an outstanding felony warrant for Delivery of Methamphetamine and Unlawful Use of a Communication Device from Baxter County. Jessica Plant is charged with Possession of Methamphetamine with Purpose to Deliver, a Class B Felony, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, a Class D Felony, Possession of a Schedule III Controlled Substance (Suboxone), a Class C Felony, Furnishing Prohibited Articles in a Correctional Facility, a Class D Felony, and Possession of Marijuana, a Class A Misdemeanor, Plant also had an outstanding Misdemeanor warrant from the Flippin Police Department for Failure to Appear. Harvey was arrested for an outstanding warrant from the Flippin Police Department for Failure to Appear. The arrests stem from a joint investigation by Special Agents with the Arkansas State Police, the Mountain Home Police Department, the Baxter County Sheriff's Office, the Marion County Sheriff's Office, the Flippin Police Department, and the 14th Judicial Drug Task Force. During the course of that investigation investigators from each agency conducted controlled buys from Shelton in both Baxter and Marion County. On 1-28-2017 Officers from the Arkansas State Police, Marion County Sheriff's Office and Flippin Police Department executed a search warrant at Shelton's residence in Yellville, Arkansas. During the course of the search officers located numerous items related to the sale and use of narcotics. Officers made contact with Shelton, Plant, and Harvey and arrested all three on the various outstanding warrants. While booking Plant at the Marion County Detention Facility Jail Staff located an amount of methamphetamine and a methamphetamine smoking device in the cell she was in. Bond for Shleton was set at $30,0000, bond for Plant was set at $10,000.00 for the felony offenses and $795.00 cash only for the misdemeanor warrant. Bond for Harvey was set at $2,840.00 for the Misdemeanor warrant. Shelton posted bond, Plant and Harvey remain at the Marion County Detention Facility. Marion County Sheriff Clinton Evans Flippin Police Chief Dusty Smith
City Hall is closed today folks due to Columbus Day, have a good one!
The Flippin Police Department needs your help. We have been receiving complaints regarding personal property being stolen off of porches and out of yards. Things such as flags, push mowers, bicycles, bug zapper, ladders, tools and yard ornaments, just to name a few of the items. If you have any information about these items or see any suspicious activity please report it to us. Please understand that some of these items are very difficult to track down because most of them do not have serial numbers. If you are missing something and it is unique, having a corner broke off please put those in the comments below. Our main focus is to stop the thefts and strive to get your stuff back. It is difficult for us to get everybody property back however we can detour and stop the thieving by letting this crook know that we are aware of their behavior and that as a community we will not tolerate criminals to take even OUR smallest possessions. Share below anything that would help us. DO NOT SHARE NAMES BELOW JUST TO KEEP DOWN ON FACEBOOK DRAMA!!! You can contact Flippin Police department or send it in a private message. (870)453-8888. Thank you. Chief Dustin Carter Assistant Chief Dusty Smith Sergeant Perry Deese, Jr. Administrator's Assistant Officer Nicole Moore School Resource Officer Lonnie Stone Patrolman Emil Garofalo Patrolman Justin Martin and the Part-time and Reserve personnel. We proudly serve and protect the City of Flippin.
HIGHWAY 178 BRIDGE ACROSS BULL SHOALS DAM TO TEMPORARILY CLOSE MOUNTAIN HOME, Ark. - The Corps of Engineers will close both lanes of Highway 178 across Bull Shoals Dam from 7 a.m. until 7 p.m. Aug. 18 and Aug. 19 to install equipment needed to refurbish the tainter gates on Bull Shoals Dam. Beginning Aug. 20, only one lane will remain closed while the rehab work is performed. The single lane closure is scheduled through May 2017. Additional road closures, of up to two days will be scheduled about every eight weeks, to move equipment, as work progresses. The closure has been coordinated with local emergency and law enforcement agencies. Officials from the Army Corps of Engineers Mountain Home Project Office regret any inconvenience this may cause. If you are traveling in this area, please expect delays, obey flagmen, and operate cautiously around equipment and work crews. For more information, contact the Mountain Home Project Office at 870-425-2700.