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Safe traveling tips from Lt. Russell

Safe traveling tips from Lt. Russell

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Safe traveling tips from Lt. Russell

Safe traveling tips from Lt. Russell

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Governor to issue pardons

Governor to issue pardons

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. - Governor Mike Beebe today announced his intent to grant six pardons. An additional 25 clemency requests were denied and 21 had no action taken upon them. These include requests from both inmates and non-inmates.

The six applicants intended for pardons have completed all jail time, fulfilled all parole-and-probationary requirements and paid all fines related to their sentences. There is a 30-day waiting period to receive public feedback on the commutation and pardons before final action is taken.

Governor Beebe intends to grant pardons to the following people:

Clifford Damron (Monette): Theft of Property, Breaking or Entering
This notice is issued based on the date of conviction (1979 - Cross County), the fact that all terms of the applicant's sentence have been completed and there have been no further criminal-law violations. There are no law-enforcement objections to the application.

Halloween safety tips

Halloween safety tips

Trick-or-treating is a fun adventure for children and parents. Keep it fun by preparing yourself and your children for a safe night out, beginning with these basic safety tips from Sheriff Larry Sanders of Garland County.

  • Ensure costumes fit well, are flame retardant, and never obscure visibility.
  • Check your local law enforcement agency's website for registered offenders residing in your area.
  • Teach your children to never enter any home without you or without your permission and only approach homes that are well-lit.
  • Remind children to stay in well-lit areas, never take shortcuts, and never go into isolated areas.
  • Let your know to tell you or a trusted adult if they see anything weird or unusual.
  • Teach children to bring treats home before eating them.

Halloween safety tips

Halloween safety tips

Trick-or-treating is a fun adventure for children and parents. Keep it fun by preparing yourself and your children for a safe night out, beginning with these basic safety tips from Sheriff Larry Sanders of Garland County.

  • Ensure costumes fit well, are flame retardant, and never obscure visibility.
  • Check your local law enforcement agency's website for registered offenders residing in your area.
  • Teach your children to never enter any home without you or without your permission and only approach homes that are well-lit.
  • Remind children to stay in well-lit areas, never take shortcuts, and never go into isolated areas.
  • Let your know to tell you or a trusted adult if they see anything weird or unusual.
  • Teach children to bring treats home before eating them.

Candlelight vigil to protest violence

Candlelight vigil to protest violence

WHAT:             A Candlelight Vigil to honor Domestic Violence Awareness Month.  The Little Rock Police Department will Honor & Remember those who have been affected by Domestic Violence in Pulaski County.

WHO:               Little Rock Police Domestic Violence Squad and the Little Rock Police Victim Services Program

 

WHERE:           The vigil will be held in the rotunda of Little Rock City Hall, 500 W. Markham.

 

WHEN:             Thursday, October 27, 2011 at 6:30 pm

Specialized bike stolen in Little Rock

Specialized bike stolen in Little Rock

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV -- A specialized bike is reported stolen in west Little Rock.

 

Sometimes Tuesday night or early Wednesday morning, Jonathan Sebring reported his pink specialized cyclocross bicycle stolen out of his car.

 

He last had his bike at Vino’s and then his father’s house in west Little Rock and couldn’t find it in his car when he arrived at the Cyclocross race in Reservoir Park.

 

If you have seen this bike or have any information, you are asked to call police.