Miller County Sheriff's Office

  • Agency: Miller County Sheriff's Office
  • Address: 2300 East St, Texarkana, 71854 AR
  • Chief:
Phone: 870-774-3001
Fax: 880-778-7834

Miller County Sheriff's Office is located at 2300 East St, Texarkana, 71854 AR. The Miller County Sheriff's Office phone number is 870-774-3001.

Miller County Sheriff's Office News

The Miller County Sheriff’s Office School Resource Officers instructed advanced first aid training with Employees of the Fouke School District on March 07, 2018. The training consisted of advanced life saving measures, tourniquet usage, along with current CPR practices. The Sheriff’s Office is committed to doing whatever it can to promote safety and security in our schools. The office has a great working relationship with both the Fouke and Genoa School Districts and plan to continue working together with administrators, parents and students to ensure a safe learning environment is attained for all.

There was a report yesterday of someone impersonating a deputy and making a traffic stop in black Dodge Charger with red and blue lights in the front grill. This was not a Miller County or Texarkana city unit. This is under investigation at this time and if anyone has any information about this incident please call 870-774-3001 ext 102. Please be aware of your surroundings and if you are being stopped, pull over in a well lit area if possible. If you have concerns about the legitimacy of the person pulling you over, call Miller County and we will verify whether or not it is one of our units.

Good Mornin’ Miller County!!! The weather is going to be nice this week. 30% chance of rain on Sunday. If you burn please be mindful of the wind and watch your fire closely.

Want a rewarding career helping others in your community? Come join the Miller County Sheriff's Department as a Public Safety Dispatcher. Click on the link to our website, go to Careers to check out the job description. If you would like to be a part of our team, print and complete the application (make sure you follow the instructions). Turn the application in at the Miller County Sheriff's Department, 2300 East St. by March 22nd.

The next few days look great!!!! And if you decide to set a fire remember to watch it closely.

Just a “cloudy with spotty showers” kinda day.

SUNSHINE!!!!!!! On a Saturday!!!

Good Morning Miller County!!!!! We might see a little sunshine tomorrow! Please drive cautiously today since there is water over many roads.

Way to go Deputy Beasley!!!

Please read this article.

Flash Flood Watch ...FLASH FLOOD WATCH NOW IN EFFECT THROUGH LATE ... Severe Weather Alerts - Texarkana, AR Flash Flood Watch Flash Flood Watch in effect until Friday, 6:00 AM CST. Source: U.S. National Weather Service ...FLASH FLOOD WATCH NOW IN EFFECT THROUGH LATE TONIGHT... The Flash Flood Watch is now in effect for * Portions of Arkansas, Louisiana, southeast Oklahoma, and Texas, including the following areas, in Arkansas, Columbia, Hempstead, Howard, Lafayette, Little River, Miller, Nevada, Sevier, and Union. In Louisiana, Bienville, Bossier, Caddo, Caldwell, Claiborne, De Soto, Grant, Jackson, La Salle, Lincoln, Natchitoches, Ouachita, Red River, Sabine, Union, Webster, and Winn. In southeast Oklahoma, McCurtain. In Texas, Angelina, Bowie, Camp, Cass, Cherokee, Franklin, Gregg, Harrison, Marion, Morris, Nacogdoches, Panola, Red River, Rusk, Sabine, San Augustine, Shelby, Smith, Titus, Upshur, and Wood. * Through 6 AM CST Friday Morning. * Periods of moderate to heavy rainfall nearest to a retreating warm front will make a return across East Texas, Southeast Oklahoma, Southwest Arkansas, and Northwest Louisiana. Additional rainfall amounts of 1 to 2 inches, with isolated higher amounts will be possible. This rainfall is on top of the heavy rainfall which fell yesterday which could bring back the return of flash flooding. * Flash flooding of roads, low lying, and poor drainage areas will be possible. If you encounter flash flooding while driving your vehicle, remember to turn around, don't drown. PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS... A Flash Flood Watch means that conditions may develop that lead to flash flooding. Flash flooding is a very dangerous situation. You should monitor later forecasts and be prepared to take action should Flash Flood Warnings be issued.

The National Weather Service has issued a FLASH FLOOD WARNING until 2:30pm today

**UPDATE #2** MC 68, Goodson Ln, MC 21, MC 17, and of course S State Line have all been reported to the Sheriff's Department and the Miller County Road Department as having water across them. Use caution and common sense in these areas and remember, it will be slippery all day. **UPDATE** Miller County Road Department is putting out signs to warn citizens of high water It has been raining so you know what that means!!! Slippery roads and possible flooding. We are receiving reports that MC 17 near Hwy 196 has water covering the road and there are some dangerous places on MC 10 as well. If you must get out, give yourself extra time to reach your destination and if the road is covered with water, turn around find another route. Please be extra careful today!!

911 EDUCATION 911 is for emergencies. If you call 911 and the first thing you say is “This is a non-emergency” then you should have looked up the non-emergency number. Please do not call 911 to ask for the non-emergency number or to ask for info on another agency. To reach the Miller County Sheriff’s Department, call 870-774-3001 ext. 102 or you can be transferred if you don’t want to dial the extension. To reach Bistate, call 903-798-3876. Criminal/Suspicious activity should not be reported via Facebook. If something is important enough that you feel you need to report it, call us so we can ask the necessary questions. You can always ask to remain anonymous if you don’t want anyone to know your name. What to expect when you call 911 with an emergency: The first thing we need is the location. Just like real estate sales, it is all about location, location, location. If you need help and we don’t know where you are, then we don’t know where to send help so be prepared to give an address and probably directions if you are in a remote area of Miller County. We may also ask what your house looks like and if there are any vehicles in front, so our deputies and first responders will be able to identify your home/location quickly. We are going to ask for a name and phone number. If we get disconnected or have additional questions, we will be calling you back. If the call involves suspects, we will ask what they look like; male or female, color, clothing description, anything that will help our deputies identify the suspects. Did they arrive on foot or do they have a vehicle? If they leave, what direction did they go? There is a lot involved in taking a 911 call and it is the job of the dispatcher to get as much information as possible for our deputies and first responders. Listed below are a few phone numbers you might want to enter in your contacts on your cell phone or jot down to keep handy: Miller County Sheriff’s Department 870-774-3001 (listen to the menu options) Miller County Detention Center 870-779-3611 Bistate 903-798-3876 (Cities of Texarkana AR & TX) Stay tuned for the next installment of 911 EDUCATION

We post press releases and wanted posters for information purposes. Please remember this is to keep the community informed and do not make any threats. Also if you would like to report a crime, please call the Sheriff's Department with the information. While this page is monitored, it may not be monitored 24/7 and we don't want any allegation of criminal activity to be missed. Thank you for your cooperation and support!!!

To: MEDIA From: Mark Lewis, Chief Deputy Date: 02-16-18 Re: Battery 1st Degree Arrests (Child Abuse) On Wednesday, February 14 at approximately 1:00am, Miller County Deputies responded to Christus St. Michael Hospital in Texarkana regarding a 1 month old female who was suffering from multiple injuries. Emergency Room Physicians reported that the victim was suffering from multiple fractures and required transport to Arkansas Children’s Hospital in Little Rock. The victim was transported by Arkansas Children’s Hospital Angel One medical helicopter from St. Michael’s for specialized treatment of her injuries. Further examination revealed that the 1 month old infant was suffering from multiple rib fractures, as well as injuries to the pelvic region, leg and possible skull abnormalities. She was admitted to Arkansas Children’s Hospital where she is undergoing treatment at this time. Miller County lead investigator Patsy DeHart, working in conjunction with the Arkansas Department of Human Services and the Arkansas State Police immediately commenced a criminal investigation. On Thursday, February 15 at approximately 3pm, members of the Miller County Sheriff’s Office Patrol and Criminal Investigation Divisions arrested Charles Uribe, 28 and Crystal Uribe, 23 of Miller County on charges of Battery 1st Degree. Both were transported to the Miller County Sheriff’s Office Detention Center where they were booked, and where they remain on a $250,000.00 bond. The investigation remains open, pending additional interviews and examination of additional evidence in the case.

WANT TO PAY YOUR FINES ONLINE??? NOW YOU CAN!! Just go to and pay your ticket, in full, between the 1st and 25th of each month.

The Miller County Detention Center has a new method of visitation. Go to Once you create a free account, you can make appointments to visit an inmate on camera from home or at the detention center. Check out their website for details and instructions.

Miller County Detention Center and Miller County District Court have new technology!! Check back on Monday for details!