Leachville Police Department is located at 116 S Main St, Leachville, 72438 AR. The Chief of Police of the department is Keith Evans. The Leachville Police Department phone number is 870-539-6713.
Failure to provide shelter, food, and water for your animals is a crime and you will be arrested. Take your animals inside, get them a heat lamp, old blankets, clothes, something, anything to keep them warm. Make sure to check their food and water. In this Weather, it will freeze fast. If you are cold, they are cold. The difference is, they can’t open the door and go inside on their own. Nor can they plug in a heat lamp. http://aldf.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/01/ARKANSAS16_FINAL.pdf
I found this Baby boy wandering around at the intersection of Hwy 18 and Hwy 119 about 30 minutes ago. He is at the dog pound. If he belongs to you, please come get him.
Mississippi County is under a burn ban until further notice
Please be aware of some of the posts you comment on. The posts that ask what was your favorite teachers name, who was your first grade teacher, who was your childhood best friend, your first car, the place you born, your favorite place, your first pet, where did you go on your first flight, Ect. Those are the same questions asked when setting up accounts as security questions. You are giving out the answers to your security questions without realizing it. Hackers are setting these up as a get to know each other better game. Don’t want to see anyone hacked.
I would like to thank all the surrounding departments who participated in the Leachville Christmas Parade!!! Mississippi County Sheriffs Department, Arkansas State Police, Keiser Police Department, and any other Department that was here. If I missed you, I’m sorry. I didn’t get to see everyone.
The post about the fentanyl was sent so me from another officer at another Department. I simply shared it. I’m should have checked into it further before I posted it. Sorry for the confusion
Leachville Police Department News Release On Saturday, October 28, 2017 at approximately 9:45 p.m. The Leachville Police Department was notified by the Mississippi County Sheriff Department of the location of a possible stolen landscaping trailer that was taken from a residence in Jonesboro earlier in the day. The victim discovered their stolen trailer listed on Facebook by a Tina Gipson Tucker who lives at 1003 Eastwood Street in Leachville. Officer Brad Hitchcock along with Trooper Fitzgerald went to the residence. As Officer’s pulled up to the residence they observed the stolen trailer parked beside the residence. Officer’s made contact with Mrs. Tucker and she stated a guy by the name of John Boy brought it by wanting to sell it. Mrs. Tucker stated she didn’t know his last name but she posted it on Facebook to sell it quick because John Boy needed money to get his car fixed. Officer’s asked Mrs. Tucker several times about who John Boy was and she stated she didn’t know. Officer’s then talked to Mrs. Tucker’s husband, James Tucker. Officer’s asked Mr. Tucker if he knew what John Boy’s real name was and he said he didn’t know. After several attempts to obtain John Boy’s real name Mr. Tucker stated he’s not covering for John Boy anymore and he was hiding in his house. Officer’s entered the residence and found John Boy, Jonathan Evans hiding in the bedroom. Officer’s learned Mr. Evans (33 years old) was wanted for a Parole Violation. Mr. Evans was arrested for Theft of Property and a Parole Violation warrant. Mrs. Tucker (42 years old) was arrested for Obstructing Governmental Operations. While Officer’s were searching Mrs. Tucker, Officer’s located a pipe used for smoking methamphetamine inside a white apron tied around her waist. Mrs. Tucker was also charged with Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. Mr. Tucker (58 years old) was arrested for Obstructing Governmental Operations.
For those passing out candy this year.....when a teenager comes to your door ....please give them the candy .... with out saying "aren't you too old to be doing this?". ....because they could be out doing things much worse like ....Drinking & driving, vandalizing, drugs, etc ... I would rather they be knocking on my door asking for candy & having safe/ legal fun ..... then seeing them doing the dangerous things they could be doing!.....let them be kids as long as they can be. ❤ Copy and paste
Please be aware of the money you accept. This is a counterfeit that was passed at a business in Leachville.
This is the ditch on East Swihart road. If you saw know who dumped this please contact the police department. It was done last night or today.
Anyone know where these babies belong. They are at the bank on north Main
Thank you to all the officers for your help during the Harvest Festival. You all did a great job!! We all had a good time and had very little trouble. No one went to jail. Great event!!
If this is your dog or you know who it belongs to please go get it. It's st the apartments on 11th street
Is this your dog? He has either ran off from somewhere and got lost or has been dumped on a county road. Please contact me if he belongs to you?
LOCATED!!!! Big thanks to Mississippi County Sheriff's Department and Poinsett County Sheriff's Office. Also all of my Officers for you dedication!! Jimmy Irvin, aka Oreo, has been missing since 7/29/2017. He is 29 years old, 6'0-6'2 weights between 150 and 175 lbs black hair, and brown eyes. Last seen in Leachville, Ar If you have seen him or know his whereabouts please contact Leachville Police Department 870-539-6713.
If you know who this poor girl belonged to please let me know. She has sever pneumonia and starved. She has a 20% chance of survival. If you would like to help with her vet bills please contact rescued paws. This is a non profit rescue. She pays for everything out of pocket. She has 33 dogs as if this morning. Her vet bill is over $1200.00 right now. Any help would be appreciated. She rescues dogs from The Leachville area as well as Paragould. Donations can also be made to the Kennett Veterinary Clinic in the name of Rescued Paws. Thank you for your help!!! Please share this post
If this is your dog, or if you know whose it is let me know. I found it on 3rd out by the factory running around in the road.
Leachville Police Department is now accepting applications for full time certified officers. For more information please contact Leachville Police Department at 870-539-6604. Email firstname.lastname@example.org