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    Randolph County Man Sentenced to Prison

    ​Third Judicial District Prosecuting Attorney Henry Boyce announced today that late yesterday afternoon a Randolph County jury found Jeromy Allyn Geelhoed, 40, of Pocahontas guilty during a jury trial and sentenced him to 36 months in the Arkansas Department of Correction. The jury, which consisted […]

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    Randolph County Man Charged with 2 Counts Attempted Rape

    Third Judicial District Prosecuting Attorney Henry Boyce announced today that he has amended the charging information for Jason Charles Bloomfield, 35, of Maynard, a Level 4 sex offender. Level 4 sex offenders are assigned this classification by the Arkansas Sex Offender Community Notification Assessment division […]

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    Body Of Missing Ravenden Springs Man Found With Help From Searchers

    The body of a missing Ravenden Springs man was recovered shortly after noon on Wednesday. Search crews met early Wednesday at the Ravenden Springs Volunteer Fire Department, those in attendance were members of the Ravenden Springs Fire, Randolph County Sheriff’s Department, Lawrence County Sheriff’s Dive […]

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    Lawrence County To Assist Randolph County In Search For Missing Ravenden Springs Man

    Lawrence County Sheriff’s Dive Team Members along with members of the Arkansas State Parks are expected to join the search for a missing Ravenden Springs man on Wednesday. Lawrence County Office Of Emergency Services Director Buddy Williams stated that resources from both Lawrence County and […]

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    Search Warrant Served On Suspected Puppy Mill, 57 Animals Rescued From Abuse

        Randolph County Sheriff’s Deputies executed a search warrant on a residence in Warm Spings discovering dozens of dogs and other animals in what is being described as various states of abuse according to reports. The owner who has not been named at this […]

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    Judge Rules And Stops Medicaid Benefits To Controversial Randolph County Rehab Facility

    Federal Judge Kristine Baker ruled in the case involving Trinity Behavioral Heath Care and Maxus owned by Ted Suhl and once known as The Lord’s Ranch. Judge Baker declined to issue an injunction to stop the State of Arkansas from cutting Medicaid payments to the […]

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