Marked Tree Police Department

  • Agency: Marked Tree Police Department
  • Address: 1 Elm St, Marked Tree, 72365 AR
  • Chief: Chester Ford (Chief of Police)
Phone: (870)358-2024
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Marked Tree Police Department is located at 1 Elm St, Marked Tree, 72365 AR. The Chief of Police of the department is Chester Ford. The Marked Tree Police Department phone number is (870)358-2024.

Marked Tree Police Department News

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#TipsForHalloween WATCH OUT FOR THE KIDDOS! #HAPPYHALLOWEEN17

Don't forget our Trunk-or-Treat tonight at the Marked Tree Police Department. We will start at 4pm and go until 6pm. We have a lot of goodies for the kids. Bring them by and meet the Officers. We're looking to have a Great time. When you leave here, be sure and go by the First Baptist Church for their Trunk-or-Treat festival. They will start at 5pm and go until 7pm. They have a lot of goodies too. Then end the night at the Marked Tree Fire Department's Haunted House at the old National Guard Armory. All of the Ghosts and Goblins will be there. It's a Scary event but very kid friendly. You will have a Blast!!! Just a few places to spend this Halloween night. By all means, BE SAFE!!! Wear something reflective if you go out walking near the streets.

ATTENTION ALL GHOULS AND GOBLINS!!!!! The Marked Tree Police Department will have the 2nd Annual Trunk-or-Treat this Halloween. That's TOMORROW!! Bring all the kiddos by between 4PM and 6PM and let them meet the Officers and get a bag full of Treats!! We expect to have a lot of fun. We have a lot of goodies to hand out. We look to see you there. BE SAFE TRICK or TREATING!!

Marked Tree will be having its 1st Annual Coat Drive tomorrow under the direction of Sgt. Jackson. There will be Hotdogs, Hamburgers, Chips and Drinks served right in front of the Police Department starting at 11 a.m. If you or your family are in need of a coat please come join us tomorrow. Everything will be at no cost! There will be a variety of different sizes. Please see Sgt. Jackson anytime during this bbq and he will give you a ticket to go to our armory to pick you out a coat! HOPE TO SEE YOU ALL THERE! ****SHARE******SHARE******SHARE******SHARE******SHARE

Marked Tree Police Department will be having its 1st Annual Coat Drive tomorrow under the direction of Sgt. Jackson. There will be Hotdogs, Hamburgers, Chips and Drinks served right in front of the Police Department starting at 11 a.m. If you or your family are in need of a coat please come join us tomorrow. Everything will be at no cost! There will be a variety of different sizes. Please see Sgt. Jackson anytime during this bbq and he will give you a ticket to go to our armory to pick you out a coat! HOPE TO SEE YOU ALL THERE! ****SHARE******SHARE******SHARE******SHARE******SHARE

The family of the Marked Tree Police Dept would like to say a huge thank you to Marked Tree Fire Dept. One of our own was in a huge need for y’all last night and the response time could not have been better. It could have been a lot worse than it turned out but due to your rapid response it was a total save and we can’t express our thanks enough. Thank you to all firefighters who put their life on the line to run to something that everyone else would be running away from

Just to let everyone know the updated time for power restoration in Marked Tree and Tyronza is now showing 10pm. We all know the frustration of your power being out especially on a school night but please bare with the power company as they work hard to restore our power

Entergy has advised us that on Monday, October 23, 2017 they will be doing work in the area of Pecan St. to Elm St. This work will require some customers to be without power. Entergy will be doing the work as fast as they can to keep you from being without power for a long length of time. We will post any news we get as it comes in. Thanks

The Marked Tree Police Department is truly grateful for the community's participation in the 'Coats for Kids' drive initiated by our own Sgt. Jackson! The youth of First Baptist church in Marked Tree presented us with an outstanding example of how giving reflects living!! Thank you FBC for your community involvement and your donation to our efforts!!

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Sad state of affairs.

It is FOOTBALL FRIDAY NIGHT!!!!!!! And to top that, It is HOMECOMING!!!!! The parade is lining up as we speak (well, type). Come up town and see the Marked Tree Indians, the Homecoming King and Queen and all of their royalty! It's gonna be a Hot game tonight against the Midland Mustangs. Come out tonight and cheer on our Indians to VICTORY!! The weather is gonna be "just right." Let's make our Indians Proud!!

NOTICE **** NOTICE **** NOTICE **** Hey, folks, I put the WRONG DATE in the earlier post. The CORRECT date is OCTOBER 28th at 11:00 AM. Thanks for all of the coats that have been donated so far!! Beginning today, the Marked Tree Police Department, under the direction of Sgt. Eric Jackson, will start collecting slightly used coats. These coats will be given out to residents of Marked Tree that don't have a good warm coat for the winter. If you happen to have a coat that you no longer wear we would really appreciate it if you would consider donating it to our cause. Marked Tree is well known for the kindness and compassion that people have for one another. What a way to give!! If you do have a coat, or coats to donate, you can bring them to the Police Department or call and we will make arrangements to come by and pick it up. If you don't have a coat, a monetary donation will be appreciated. We will go and buy coats with that money. Sgt. Jackson has put his hopes high that You will respond. We are planning to have a cook-out with hot dogs and hamburgers in front of the Police Department on Saturday October 28th at 11:00am to hand out the coats. This cause is something that Sgt. Jackson has great hopes for. He plans to continue this drive in future years to assist our Citizens. Please Donate if You Can!!! See you at the cook-out!!

There are no words that we can say that will comfort the victims, families, and citizens of Las Vegas. The death toll continues to rise as does the number of injured people. Apparently 1 single person causing so much horror. The President and the Governor of Arkansas has ordered that All US and Arkansas Flags be flown at Half Staff until Friday afternoon. Let your Loved ones know that you Love them and hold your children just a little longer tonight. Say a Prayer for everyone involved in the chaos in Las Vegas.

If you receive this letter please contact Poinsett Co Sherriff Dept. This is a scam!!!!

Nicole Weir, the missing teen from Memphis was located on Tuesday. She is safe and sound. No details were given regarding her disappearance or her return.

To all MT residents, if you have seen this young lady or have any information please call the police department. All calls will be kept confidential.

"Don't Meth Around in Poinsett County!"

OK EVERYBODY TOMORROW IS THE LAST DAY FOR DONATIONS. We are asking for donations for hurricane victims. if you would like to donate to the cause you can drop off items at the police dept @ 1 Elm St Marked Tree Ar 24 hours a day or take them down the road at the First Baptist Church of Marked Tree on the corner of Liberty and Dawson st. we are accepting food items, animal foods, baby supplies, hygiene products, yard tools etc. 100% goes straight to hurricane relief. Please try to donate to this cause in any way possible, as we may need the donations one day. Thank you all for your help

We have took in some supplies here at MTPD. We would like to thank you who have donated for Harvey victims. We are still accepting donations at the police dept 24/7 or you can drop them off at First Baptist Church Marked Tree on Liberty St. we would like to see lots more donated before this next Saturday. Donation will be accepted till Saturday September 9 then all will be loaded up in trailer and took to Texas if you are unsure what type of donation you want to give just give us a call 870-358-2024

PLEASE KEEP GETTING THE WORD OUT

Thursday afternoon Mr. Gil Fowler of the Employee Support for the Guard and Reserve Organization presented Chief Michael Matlock with a Special "My Boss is a Patriot Award." This award recognizes individuals who have gone above and beyond in supporting our citizen soldiers, thus allowing his men and women employees an opportunity to serve our Great Nation and State in Military Services. Spc. Edward "EJ" Roach who was an Officer employed at the Marked Tree Police Dept. made the nomination for Chief Matlock to receive this award. Spc. Roach is now a Deputy Sheriff with the Poinsett County Sheriff's Dept. Spc. Roach wrote in his nomination letter that "Chief Matlock deserves the highest level of recognition because he makes it possible to me to do my job in the AR ARMY NATIONAL GUARD. Roach went on to say that "Chief Matlock is a True Patriot and an excellent boss. He is a great mentor and support for the employees of Marked Tree Police Department. He is readily available 24/7 365 days a year for each one of his employees and will literally give the shirt off his back to anyone in need. We at the Marked Tree Police Department strongly agree with EJ. We are Proud of Chief Matlock and support him 100%. We are also Proud of EJ and all others who wear a uniform for any of the branches of the Military. Mayor Mary Ann Arnold was present for the presentation and stated that she is So Proud of Chief Matlock.