FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 3/21/2018 @ 9:56 AM The police department responded to a 911 call this morning at 5:06 am involving a subject with multiple stab wounds. The victim was located on property adjacent to Highway 201 North near its intersection with North...
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 3/21/2018 The police department responded to a 911 call this morning at 5:06 am involving a subject with multiple stab wounds. The victim was located on property adjacent to Highway 201 North near its intersection with North Street. Also...
With tax season in full swing, scammers are ramping up efforts to steal data from tax professionals and scam their clients. The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) recently issued an identity theft warning indicating that thieves hack into a tax professional’s files, steal sensitive client information and file a tax return in that person’s name. While the money may go to your personal account – reports indicate some amounts are as much as $20,000 – the scammer has plans to impersonate the IRS and collect that money later.
The purpose of the Citizens’ Police Academy is to increase the participant’s knowledge of law enforcement, programs and operations utilized by the police department, and improve police-community relations. The class will highlight the daily operations of the department and is designed to give the class participants an overview of the responsibilities and challenges police officers face in delivering police services to our community.
Criminals have rapidly adopted a frightening new scam that could place all law-abiding Arkansans at risk by simply exploiting the trust we all place in law enforcement. Scammers are impersonating law enforcement officers and threatening Arkansans with arrest if they do not immediately pay money. Some scammers tell potential victims that they have failed to appear as a witness and a warrant for their arrest will be issued unless the victim sends a prepaid credit card. Other scammers threaten victims with arrest and deportation if they do not send money.
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Are YOU using your child's safety seat correctly? Do YOU need one for your child? Let us help you with BOTH at no cost! Contact UsMountain Home Police Department424 W. 7th Street, Mountain Home, Arkansas 72653870.425.6336 Office870.425.6092...
On July 16 at 10:18 pm, police responded to a domestic violence call at a residence on West 6th Street. It was reported two women had been assaulted, a mother and her daughter. The suspect is the daughter’s boyfriend.
Mountain Home Police Department
424 W. 7th Street, Mountain Home, Arkansas 72653