Faulkner County Sheriff's Office

  • Agency: Faulkner County Sheriff's Office
  • Address: 801 Locust St, Conway, 72034 AR
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Phone: 501-450-4914
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Faulkner County Sheriff's Office is located at 801 Locust St, Conway, 72034 AR. The Faulkner County Sheriff's Office phone number is 501-450-4914.

Faulkner County Sheriff's Office News

Good Afternoon. Major Crime Unit needs your help in identifying a suspect. This suspect has been using a stolen debit/credit card in the Conway area. in the photo he can be seen driving a Klaasmyer Construction truck. If you know who this may be or have any information about the stolen debit/credit card. Please contact our Major Crimes Unit 501-450-4917 or go to our website to leave a tip www.fcso.ar.gov Thank you!

What is Share-a-Bear? It is a donation drive dedicated to helping children and Families in Arkansas. What can you donate? Teddy Bears,Toys,School Supplies and Winter Coats Where can you bring these items? Faulkner County Sheriff's Office (801 Locust St Conway) When can you donate: the whole month of NOVEMBER! **There is a box located in our lobby** UCA Police &Society Service-Learning Class are the host of the donation drive. Lets come to together and donate some items for the children and families of Arkansas!

Thank you to everyone who came out and saw us at Colton’s last night for tip-a-cop. We really enjoyed getting to meet everyone.

Faulkner County Sheriff's Office Is Now Accepting Applications For The 2019 Tow Rotation Click link to download forms to be completed and signed

FAULKNER COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE IS NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR THE 2019 TOW ROTATION FCSO 2019 Tow Rotation Information The Tow Application period is from November 1 through December 28, 2018, for the rotation period beginning February 1, 2019, thru January 31, 2020. The following documents are included in the Tow Application packet: -Tow Policy -Tow Policy Notification -Rotation List Application -Attachment to Rotation List Application (Driver Information) To be considered for the 2019 tow rotation, completed documents** must be typed (not handwritten) signed and returned to the Sheriff's Office no later than Friday, December 28, 2018, at 4 p.m. The phrase “See Attachment” can be used ONLY when all required information is easily located on attachments and attachments are legibly marked for identification. **The following documents must be returned: 1.Rotation List Application-Completed and Signed 2.Attachment to Rotation List Application (Driver Information)-Completed and signed for each driver 3.Tow Policy Notification Letter-Signed 4. Tow Fee List 5. Registration 6. Photographs 7. Any Additional Attachments Documents can be downloaded from www.Fcso.ar.gov

A few of our Deputies provided extra patrol, in neighborhoods throughout the county. They were equipped with candy to pass out. They got to meet a lot of kids and see all the great costumes. www.fcso.ar.gov

We had a little Halloween fun around the Sheriff's Office today. We had our annual County Employee meeting, chili cook-off and costume contest. Zombie Colonel Sanders (IT Wade Graham) took home the first place in the costume contest. We had a lot of great costumes, our dispatchers joined in on the fun. We hope everyone has a fun Halloween, Stay safe! www.fcso.ar.gov

If your name was drawn for our Prescription drug take back giveaway, you can pick up the items at 801 Locust St Conway Arkansas from 8:00 am-4:30 pm. Please pick up by Friday 11/2/2018. Thank you! The Winners of the Giveaway are: Glenda Sellers Larry N Stacy Hobby Brenda Wingfield William Edward Carr Thank you!! www.fcso.ar.gov

Here are a few safety tips for everyone to have a safe and Happy Halloween. SAFETY TIPS FOR HALLOWEEN: Halloween is approaching, and we expect large groups of children to be out and about that evening, enjoying the festivities. Our primary concern on Halloween, and any other time, is the safety of children. With that in mind, we would like to offer the following safety tips. It is a good idea to review these with your children before they begin their trick-or-treat adventure. 1. Fake knives, swords, guns, and other costume accessories can potentially cause injury. Make sure they aren’t too long for the costume and review with your child that they are part of the costume and not a weapon. Make sure they are made out of cardboard or other flexible materials. 2. Only purchase costumes and accessories that are marked flame-resistant. 3. Keep costumes short to prevent trips and falls. 4. Try using makeup instead of a mask. Masks can obstruct a child’s vision, which can be dangerous when kids are crossing streets and going up and down stairs. 5. Costumes with light colors and/or reflective tape are best. Someone in the group should carry a flashlight. Consider putting reflective tape on their candy bags too. 6. Children should always trick-or-treat in groups, rather than alone, preferably with adult supervision. Children should carry a cell phone for quick communication. 7. Parents should select the safest route for children to take. Children should stay on sidewalks (where available) or on the shoulder of the roadway facing traffic. Children should avoid walking in the roadway, in alleys or poorly lit areas, and be cautious not to dart from behind shrubs or parked vehicles. 8. Drivers should slow down and use extreme caution, especially in neighborhoods where children are sure to be located. 9. Children should be instructed to stop only at familiar homes where the outside lights are on. They should also be advised to NEVER go into a home or car to collect treats. They should not stop at houses that are dark or do not have the porch lights turned on. 10. As an alternative of going door-to-door, parents can take their children to community-sponsored events such as those hosted by community centers, churches, schools, etc. 11. Children should not eat any treats until they get home and a parent or adult can examine them. 12. Children (and adults) should only consume unopened candies and treats in original wrappers. Treats with open packaging or torn wrappers should be discarded. For more Halloween safety tips, please visit https://www.safekids.org/tip/halloween-safety-tips. With a little preparation, communication and diligence, Halloween can be a safe and enjoyable evening. Of course, we will be on patrol and available to you and your children should you need us. Thank you for your cooperation.

On Friday October 26th, Deputy Wallace and K-9 Timon were invited to Guy-Perkins Elementary for Career Day. Deputy Wallace spoke to the kids and did a demonstration to show how well he and K-9 Timon work together, with assistance from Deputy Reed.

Sex Offender Received Arkansas Level ********** UPDATE ********** On June 6, 2018 Cecil Cross moved to Faulkner County from Texas. He was not assessed at the time by SOCNA (Sex Offender Community Notification Assessment) program. We released the information at that time with any further information on his charge and no assessment level. Mr. Cross was assessed on September 25, 2018 and we received his paperwork advising that he is assessment level is a level 3. SEX OFFENDER’S INFORMATION NAME: Cecil A. Cross AKA Sonny Cross RISK: Level 3 RACE: White SEX: Male HEIGHT: 510 WEIGHT: 260 HAIR COLOR: Gray EYE COLOR: Green DATE OF BIRTH: 4/22/1948 ADDRESS: 401 Burgess Ln. Greenbrier, AR 72058 DESCRIPTION OF CRIME: This offender was convicted of Engaging in or Soliciting Lewd Conduct in Public on 3-5-98. The offense involved the offender exposing himself to an adult male stranger at a park. Possessing Matter with sexual conduct of person under 14 (1995). This offense involved the offender having images of multiple males less than 14-years-old who were nude/engaged in sexually explicit conduct.

Pam Felkins Press Conference at Faulkner County Major Crime Unit.

Thank you so much for all the people who shared the post and helped get the word and for the winners: Glenda Sellers Larry N Stacy Hobby Brenda Wingfield William Edward Carr We will be at the Justice Building (510 South German) until 2pm

Weekly Summary 10/22-10/25: *Dispatched received a call, from someone who spoke with a deputy a couple days ago regarding his stolen Xbox. The caller wanted to make a report. *Deputies responded to a medical call *Caller advised dispatch of a white Honda civic which pulled out in front of him, as he honked the driver got out and fired a shot in the caller's direction. Caller was on his way to work and unable to meet with a deputy. The deputy to made contact with the caller by phone. Extra patrol was provided in the area. *Harassing Communications Call * Vilonia Waterworks requested a Deputy for a theft of services call *Deputies were requested to a residence for a welfare check *Civil complaint call *Domestic Disturbance Call Calls for Service: 312 Arrest: 66 Accidents: 7

SATURDAY OCTOBER 27th is drug take back day! We will set up at the Faulkner County Justice Building (510 S German Ln Conway Ar) to take back your prescription drugs. To help get the word out we will be giving away a med lock box and two timer pill bottles. All we need you to do is like our page, share this post and comment when you are done! We will pick three names to get these boxes and bottles. These items will be great to keep your prescriptions safe and secure. Don’t forget to come see us we will be at the courthouse from 11-2

We continued with our Friends and Family CPR course. We also went through a stop the bleed course. Thank to Clayton, Cody and Stan for coming out and teaching the courses.

Sex Offender Arrested On October 17, 2018, Frederick Moore, a level 3 sex offender, was arrested by Conway Police Department for drug related charges. While removing Mr. Moore’s personal property before arrest officers located two cell phones on Mr. Moore’s person. His Parole Officer was called to the scene where Mr. Moore unlocked both cell phones and provided the parole officer with the phone numbers for both cell phones. Neither phone number had been registered by Mr. Moore in his sex offender information with the Arkansas Crime Information Center. All phone numbers used by the sex offender to communicate is required by Arkansas state law to be registered. On August 8, 2018, Mr. Moore updated his sex offender registration information with the Faulkner County Sheriff’s Office after moving into Faulkner County. Upon further investigation, it was found that after Mr. Moore updated his information he had an Arkansas Driver’s License issued to him on August 13, 2018 with a false address listed on the driver’s license. Pursuant to 5-14-130, it is a Class D Felony for a registered sex offender to provide false information to obtain identification cards or driver’s license with incorrect permanent address. He provided false information when obtaining his Arkansas driver’s license. Frederick Moore is currently in Faulkner County Detention Center. In addition to his drug charges he will be facing the following charges: Charge 1: A.C.A. 12-12-904(a)(1)(A)(ii) Failure to Comply with registration and reporting requirements as a sex offender (Class C Felony) Charge 2: A.C.A. 5-14-130 (a)(1) Registered Offender- Incorrect permanent physical address on identification cards or driver’s license prohibited. (Class D Felony) If you know of a sex offender not in compliance or if you have questions regarding a sex offender or sex offender laws, please call Investigator Vanda Phillips at 501-450-4917 or e-mail her at vanda.phillips@fcso.ar.gov or you may submit an anonymous tip at www.fcso.ar.gov

Are you looking for a Full-Time Job? Are you looking for a new and exciting career? Are you looking for a career that makes you proud? Look no further Faulkner County Detention Center is HIRING, and WE are looking for YOU!! We are currently looking for FULL-TIME detention Officers Starting pay is $27,550 with benefits such as holiday, vacation and sick leave, also health, dental and vision insurance. Applications are available at the Department of Workforce Services at 1500 N Museum Rd #111, Conway Ar Minimum Qualifications: At Least 18 years old Must be able to pass a background check Must be able to pass a drug screening Must possess a high school diploma or GED Applications are NOT available at the Jails or the Sheriff's Office. fcso.ar.gov

Thank you to Church Alive for inviting us to their Fall Festival-Brave Cave. We had fun and enjoyed all the costumes.

**UPDATE** Thank you for all your help! We have been able to identify the suspect in this video. We couldn’t do it without it all your help! ———————————————— Good Morning. Major Crime Unit needs your help in identifying a suspect. This suspect is invovled in breaking into several vehicles in the Arkla Dock area. The suspect can be seen in the bottom left corner of the video, about 2 minutes into the video If you know who this may be or have any information about these vehicle break ins. Please contact our Major Crimes Unit 501-450-4917

Today Students and Teachers at Mount Vernon-Enola are going Pink! Warhawks were showing support for Breast Cancer Awareness. Along with Students and Teacher our very own SRO Deputy Barden went pink today!

Sex Offender Arrested: On October 17, 2018, Josh D. George was arrested at the office of Probation and Parole after it was learned that Mr. George was using an unregistered e-mail address. Pursuant to 12-12-903, The Arkansas Crime Information Center (ACIC) requires the offender to report any changes in residence, mailing address, temporary domicile, employment, email, social network information in person to the local law enforcement agency having jurisdiction. By not registering this e-mail address Mr. George is in violation of the Arkansas State Sex Offender laws. He is currently in Faulkner County Detention Center Unit 2 awaiting first appearance. If you know of a sex offender not in compliance or if you have questions regarding a sex offender or sex offender laws, please call Inv. Vanda Phillips at 501-450-4917 or e-mail her at vanda.phillips@fcso.ar.gov or you may submit an anonymous tip at www.fcso.ar.gov

Training is an important tool for our deputies. Yesterday our deputies went through a class for recertification in friends and family CPR. They also went through a stop the bleed course.

Today is National Bosses Day! We can’t let the day pass without saying how grateful we are for Chief Rice and Sheriff Ryals. They are amazing leaders and make coming to work everyday a joy! Thank you for all you both do for us everyday!