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Scott County, Arkansas

We offer our deepest condolences in the untimely passing of Scott County Sheriff Cody Carpenter earlier today, who lost his life serving the citizens of Scott County during heavy flooding. We also pray for positive results in the search and rescue mission for Arkansas Wildlife Officer Joel Campora. "Greater love hath no man than this, [...]

By |2020-03-30T07:55:14-06:00May 31st, 2013|News|0 Comments

Statement of Prosecuting Attorney Scott Ellington regarding State v. Lard jury verdict

Prosecuting Attorney Scott Ellington’s statement regarding State v. Lard verdict: When the spouse of a law enforcement officer sends him or her off to begin their shift, they never know if they will see each other alive again. The most important job of a law enforcement officer is to return home safely to his or [...]

By |2020-03-30T07:55:14-06:00July 28th, 2012|News|0 Comments


Some are happy, some are angry, and others are perplexed. Such is the case at the conclusion of every trial. This one is no different. Just moments ago Damien Echols, Jason Baldwin and Jessie Misskelley Jr. pled guilty to the murders of Stevie Branch, Christopher Byers and Michael Moore. Echols and Baldwin stand convicted of [...]

By |2020-03-30T07:55:15-06:00August 19th, 2011|News|Comments Off on FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

A year ago today

One year ago today the 2nd Judicial District lost two exemplary police officers when West Memphis Officer Bill Evans and Sgt Brandon Paudert were shot and killed during a traffic stop. A little over a month ago we lost another fine officer when Trumann Officer Jonathan Schmidt was killed during a traffic stop. This National [...]

By |2020-03-30T07:55:15-06:00May 20th, 2011|News|0 Comments

Mississippi County Trial

Job well done to Deputy Prosecuting Curtis Walker on the outcome of the Shawn Rainer trial in Blytheville yesterday. Defendant was convicted of Murder in the Second Degree and was sentenced to 80 years in the Arkansas Department of Corrections. The Prosecutor's office and Law Enforcement agencies in our District continue to fight for victim's [...]

By |2020-03-30T07:55:15-06:00May 20th, 2011|News|0 Comments
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