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Daily Incident report from Searcy Police Dept. Nov. 15

On 11/15/10 at 7:33 a.m., the Searcy Police Department responded to the area of E. Booth and Queensway regarding property damage. A vehicle window was damaged.

On 11/15/10 at 9:31 a.m., the Searcy Police Department took a report regarding financial identity fraud.

On 11/15/10 at 11:30 a.m., the Searcy Police Department responded to the 2800 block of E. Race regarding a counterfeit bill.

On 11/15/10 at 9:30 a.m., the Searcy Police Department responded to the area of Pleasure and Main regarding an accident. One vehicle involved left the scene of the accident.

On 11/15/10 at 2:20 p.m., the Searcy Police Department took a report of a stolen vehicle at the 400 block of E. Park.

On 11/15/10 at 3:30 p.m., the Searcy Police Department responded to Wal-Mart regarding a shoplifter.

Searcy police search for 2 hot check suspects

 

A black male and black female forged a check at the Wal-Mart in Searcy on Sept. 18 and are possible suspects in two other forgery cases, one in Pocahontas and one in Newport.

The couple was seen driving a small silver car.

If you can help identify these two individuals or have any other information involving this case, please contact the Searcy Police Department at 501-268-3531.

(Source: Searcy Police Dept.)

 

Daily Incident Report Log for Searcy Police Department: Nov. 12-14

 

On 11/12/10 at 8:30 a.m., the Searcy Police Department responded to the 2500 block of W. Beebe Capps regarding a counterfeit bill.

On 11/12/10 at 8:46 a.m., the Searcy Police Department responded to the 600 block of E. Booth regarding theft of property.

On 11/12/10 at 9:30 a.m., the Searcy Police Department responded to Southwinds regarding residential burglary. Property was stolen from the complainant.

On 11/12/10 at 9:54 a.m., the Searcy Police Department responded to the 2300 block of E. Race regarding criminal mischief. The complainant’s vehicle tires were damaged.

On 11/12/10 at 12:30 p.m., the Searcy Police Department took a report of theft of property. A laptop was stolen.

On 11/12/10 at 12:30 p.m., the Searcy Police Department took a report regarding recovered property in Drew County.

On 11/12/10 at 1:06 p.m., the Searcy Police Department responded to Wal-Mart regarding a shoplifter.

Ark. fire officials say container mislabeled

Firefighters from Searcy and Kensett responded Thursday morning after the container's valve was reported broken at Superior Well Services. Searcy Assistant Fire Chief Doug Baker says the leak created a cloud of dangerous fumes but the wind dissipated it. Homes in the vicinity were evacuated.

Searcy Battalion Chief Carl Raia told the Searcy Daily Citizen the container was mislabeled as methyl alcohol, but tests strips applied to the chemical determined it wasn't alcohol.

Building owner Robert Underwood didn't return calls seeking comment about the leak.

Arkansas Department of Environmental Quality spokesperson Cecily Pond-Mayo says a report on the leak has been requested from Superior Well Services.

(Copyright 2010 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

Food Drive to benefit White Co. seniors

The White County Aging Program (Meals on Wheels) will be hosting a Food Drive to benefit Senior Citizens of White County. The event will be held on Friday December 3rd from 3-6pm and Saturday December 4th from 10am - 3 pm.

Non perishable food purchased from ANY store will be accepted. For more information, please contact Scott Smith of White County Aging at 501-268-2587 or email him at scottsmith.wcap@gmail.com

(Source: White County Aging Program)

Adopt a Senior in Searcy

The White County Aging Program is sponsoring an Adopt-A-Senior program. Between November 1 and Dec. 20, come to the John Lightle Center 2200 East Moore Ave Searcy Arkansas ( 501 268-2587). Pick up a wish list from for a Senior and purchase what you can return the gift to our center and we will deliver it or take it to the Senior yourself. This is kinda like the Angel tree program but it is for our Senior Citizens of White County our Meals on Wheels Clients fill out the wish list, our Congregate Clients fill them out, our Volunteers also. When they fill out a wish list it comes to me and folks come in our building and pick out a list and they " Adopt" that Senior and get what they can for them. (Source: White County Aging Program)

Holiday Hero Central: Be a Santa to a Senior

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