Wednesday night, the Drew County Sheriff’s Office received a report that Angela Cessor (who was supposed to turn herself to be sent toADC had cut her GPS ankle monitor and was attempting to flee.
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Seark Sod Farm
Pines Broadcasting Company
Old Milo Farms Pumpkin Patch
Scripture Of The Day
Monticello Tire (Goodyear)
Union Bank 1
Secure Storage 2
Holiday Inn Express
Corner Express (O&M Oil Co.)
Head of the Class
South Arkansas Business Solutions
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Razorback Body Shop
Lucky’s Of Monticello
Gibson & Keith
Time & Temp
Last Friday at approximately 5:40 PM Sheriff Mark Gober was traveling down Highway 172 when he observed a white Chevrolet Dually pickup parked partially in the northbound lane with the rear of the vehicle in the grass and the front of the vehicle touching the center line of the highway. As Sheriff Gober approached the vehicle it began traveling northbound.
Murder Trial Underway
Jury Selected for Murder Trial
Prosecution Opening Statement
Defense’s Opening Argument
Testimony of Williams Telling where the Body was Buried
Video of Interview is Shown & Its Testimony
Psychologist Testifies Defendant “Feigning Psychosis” – End of a Day Update
Prosecution Rests Case in Williams Murder Trial
Defense Rests without Williams Testifying in his own Defense in Murder Trial
Prosecution’s Closing Argument
Murder Case Goes to the Jury
Jury Verdict is In……
Williams Previously Convicted of Manslaughter & Attempted Murder
Jury Returns in 8 Minutes with Max Sentence
At 2 am, , on a recent Saturday morning, the Drew County Sheriff’s Office, Monticello Police Department and SEEMS were dispatched to Barkada Rd. in reference to an ATV accident.
On Monday, July 28, the Drew County Sheriff’s Office was contacted by the Woodruff County Sheriff about a stolen ATV case. Woodruff County had a suspect in custody (who was driving a car registered in Drew County), and felt he was responsible for other thefts, as well.
A Monticello city council member was arrested, around 9 PM Sunday night, after he argued with law-enforcement officers, after being called by a friend/constituent to speak on his behalf.
A decision has been reached in dealing with the Monticello High School students involved in Wednesday night’s student pranks, which bordered on vandalism.
The man Drew County Sheriff’s Deputies were searching for, over the past week, is now assisting them in locating a large portions of the stolen property from his long and wide crime spree, that now has touched three counties.
A 31-year-old Monticello man, while visiting a friend or relative in Drew Memorial, allegedly took the opportunity to vandalize at least 20 restrooms in the hospital, taking several unusual items from the “facilities.”
The suspect in this case also made the news a few months ago for the early-morning theft of a forklift.
Wednesday morning around 11:15, 911 calls begin coming into Monticello dispatch reporting a loaded chip truck driving erratically on HWY 425 S., repeatedly crossing into the oncoming lane of traffic and for shoulder, even in curves and on hills.
In an unusual follow-up to the story below, about the burglary of cars on a local church’s parking lot last Sunday night, apparently the theives felt remorse when they opened their collection, finding a study Bible of one of the victims.
A Monticello man was stabbed multiple times, and assaulted with many different household “weapons” Friday night (including a beer can, a boot, and a space heater,) after he tried to separate the suspect and the girlfriend that he as allegedly fighting with.
Recent Monticello Police Department reports include 2 residential burglaries, since New Year’s Eve.
Numerous Drew County Deputies responded to the false 911 call, reporting a man with a shotgun at the River Bar & Restaurant.
The Monticello Police Department, along with Walmart, Revival Center, and DHS, sponsored 53 children, this year for “shop with a cop”. Special thanks to pastor Michael Jones, JoAnn Trotter, Walmart staff and all the officers who participated.
This was a very rewarding experience for all involved, both children and adults.
September 11, 2001 our great country was attacked by those who hate the freedom and democracy we all stand for. Many innocent individuals lost their lives during this tragic event. However, there were also fire and police servicemen who lost their lives by choosing to put themselves in harm way to save and protect as many of the innocent as possible.
Although the attack was in New York City, it affected every American across the nation. It caused us to realize how little we can take for granted. We believe that if the event had taken place in Monticello, Arkansas our brave fire and police servicemen would have responded the same.
Revival Center will host the 2nd Annual Servicemen Appreciation day to honor the sacrifice of our local and county law enforcement and firefighters, who place their lives in harm way every time they put on their uniforms. This is just a small gesture to let them know we will not take their sacrifice for granted. We also wanted to thank their families for allowing them to serve. No servicemen serve alone but their families serve with them.
On December 2, 2013, a 20 year old Warren resident came to the Drew County Sheriff’s Office, spoke to Sheriff Mark Gober and reported that the night before at a location on the Old Warren Rd. he had been shot at multiple times.
Around noon Saturday, a Drew County man, estimated to be in his 20s, was seriously injured when a hunting rifle discharged as he was getting it out of his truck.
A Michigan man has been charged with illegally killing a deer on property owned by the University of Arkansas at Monticello. Gregory Shaw,40, of Taylor, Mich., was seen hunting on the Old Prisoner of War Camp owned by UAM. (more…)
Wilmar TrainTrack Death Crash Trial
Prosecution on Issues of Crash
Truck Driver’s Lawyer Describes “The Perfect Storm”
Investigating Trooper Testifies about Wreck
Defense Cross-examines Trooper
Witnesses Take the Stand to Tell of Crash Sites & Sounds
Log Truck Driver Testifies about Collision
Driver Next to Fatality Vehicle takes Stand
After Collision Inspection of a Big-Rig
Crash Reconstruction Expert Testifies
Accident Reconstruction Expert ReTakes Stand
Manslaughter Prosecution Rests Its Case
Comparisons to another Fatality Case
Defendant Takes the Stand to Testify
Prosecution Question Defendant
Truck Owner Testifies
Final Witness Testifies
Truck Driver Found Guilty of Negligent Homicide & 5 Counts of 2nd Degree Assault
Sentencing Underway, After Families’ Mournful Testimony
Hung Jury, Judge to Set Sentence…..Later
A missing 67-year-old deer hunter was located near the Drew-Bradley County line, around 2 AM Sunday morning, after he had been in the woods for over 12 hours. The man had been dropped off at his deer stand at 1:30 pm and was trying to track a deer when he got lost in the woods.
The Arkansas State Police issue a Silver Alert for them late Monday night.
The car, The 2001 Acura, was reported to be stolen by particular person, who the complainant named.
Monticello Animal Clinic
NorthSide Baptist Church
Jones Custom Backhoe Service, LLC
Tiny Thai Place
Re-Elect Joe Rogers For Mayor
The Guest House
Southern Quality Construction
Reggie’s Lock & Key
Union Bank 2
Cass Martin Realty
1. DMH Diagnostic Imaging
Cedar Hills Apartments
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First Presbyterian Church
AM Rental & Sales
Cash Saver Food Outlet
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