Lookup Warrants and Arrests in Fort Smith, Arkansas. Results Include: Arrest Records, Police Report, Warrants, Mugshot, Type of Crime, Warrant Number, Bond Amount, Race, DOB, Address

Fort Smith Arkansas Police Station Address: 100 S 10th St, Fort Smith, AR 72901, United States


1 week ago
FSPD seeks subject wanted for theft of museum artifact. A felony theft by receiving warrant has been issued for 58 year old Mark Craig Stevens. Call 78-Crime with information about this subject and you could receive up to $1K reward. https://t.co/tzcdZ6U4CN

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4 weeks ago
UPDATE: As of this morning, Judge Isaac Parker’s pin has been recovered and returned to the Fort Smith Museum of History. The investigation into exactly how the pin was stolen is continuing, and for this reason further details are not being released at this time.

4 weeks ago
FSPD needs your help! A valuable tie pin belonging to Judge Isaac C. Parker was stolen yesterday afternoon from the Fort Smith Museum of History. Cash rewards are being offered for any information.
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4 weeks ago
For those of you following us on Twitter….we are back!!!!!! We will be sending tweets as well as Facebook posts.

4 years ago
Hanging out with students talking about police work at Spradling Elementary Career Fair #thefutureoflawenforcement http://t.co/TtcVlR16E3

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4 years ago
Hanging out with students talking about police work at Spradling Elementary Career Fair #thefutureoflawenforcement

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Fort Smith Police Department3 days ago

Officer Spotlight:
The Fort Smith Police Department would like to take the time to recognize our dedicated Detectives during Child Abuse Awareness and Prevention Month. Members of the Fort Smith Police Department Special Investigations Unit see all forms of Child Abuse on a daily basis. Through community partnerships with the Sebastian County Department of Children and Family Services, Arkansas State Police Crimes against Children Division, Hamilton House Child Advocacy Safety Center and the Sebastian County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office these Detectives work hard to make a difference in Children’s lives on a daily basis.

Charity Abbott began her career at the Fort Smith Police Department in July of 2014 after working a short stint at the Sebastian County Adult Detention Center. Charity worked in the Patrol Division on Troop one until 2017 when she was transferred to the Information desk. In November of 2017 Detective Abbott was selected as the newest detective in the Special Investigations Unit.

Detective Abbott had the following to say “My goal of working as a detective for juvenile victims became a reality in November of 2017 when I was transferred to the Special Investigations Unit. I can say that for the first time in my life I wake up every morning looking forward to coming to work. I believe the more you enjoy what you do, the better you are going to be at it. I don’t believe there’s anyone more of a victim than that of an innocent child and I am so blessed and humbled that I am allowed to be their voice. I work closely with CACD, DCFS and the Hamilton House. I love what I do and the people I get to work with.

Detective Abbott has received certificates in Statement Analysis, The Reid Technique of Interviewing and Interrogation and received a Bachelors of Science in Criminal Justice from the University of Arkansas Fort Smith in 2014.
Detective Abbott has twin daughters and is very proud of them. Thank you for your dedication to the Children of Fort Smith Charity. Glad you are part of the team.

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Fort Smith Police Department added 2 new photos.4 days ago

UPDATE: Sex Offender Arrested –

On April 19, 2018 Investigators with the Fort Smith Police Department Special Investigations Unit located James Paul Cody Smith. Mr. Smith was interviewed by investigators and charged with Failure to Comply with the SEX Offender Registration Act.

Fort Smith Police need your help finding a wanted Sex Offender

Investigators with the Fort Smith Police Department Special Investigations Unit have obtained a warrant for the arrest of 24 year old James Paul Cody Smith, for the charge of Failure to comply with the Sex Offender Registration Act. Smith is a Level 2 Sex Offender and failed to make contact with Investigators to advise them of his permanent residence. Detective Jeff Mitchell with the Fort Smith Police Department Special Investigations Unit needs to speak with Mr. Smith.

Anyone with information about the whereabouts of James Paul Cody Smith are asked to call the Fort Smith Police Department at 479-709-5100. Individuals with information may also call Crimestoppers at 78-CRIME, where any information leading to an arrest in this case may also be eligible for a cash reward up to $1000.

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Fort Smith Police Department5 days ago

UPDATE-Denzel Lee Massey has been located and arrested by the Washington County Sheriff’s Office. Thank you to everyone that provided tips and assisted in this investigation.

Fort Smith Police need your help finding a wanted person:

Investigators with the Fort Smith Police Department need your help finding a wanted person. Denzel Lee Massey is currently wanted for ten (10) outstanding warrants out of Fort Smith to include Domestic Battery 3rd, Fleeing Apprehension by means of vehicle, theft by receiving, harassment, failure to appear, criminal impersonation and other misdemeanor offenses.

Anyone with information about the whereabouts of Denzel Massey are asked to call the Fort Smith Police Department at 479-709-5100. Individuals with information may also call Crimestoppers at 78-CRIME, where any information leading to an arrest in this case may also be eligible for a cash reward of up to $1000.

Fort Smith Police Department

Fort Smith Police Department5 days ago

FSPD Employee Spotlight:

Mrs. Ashley Claggett

National Tele-communicator’s Week cannot be complete without taking the time to recognize the current dispatcher of the year for the Fort Smith Police Department. The following is the nomination letter that was presented on behalf of Mrs. Claggett.

Ashley Claggett has served our agency as a tele-communicator for three (3) years. She has always been very courteous and truly takes her job seriously. During the early morning hours of December 2, 2017, the Criminal Investigations Unit was called out to assist with an aggravated robbery investigation. An investigator identified the suspect along with the accurate license plate information for the suspect’s vehicle. During attempts to locate the suspect, Mrs. Claggett recognized unique information about the suspect’s vehicle. This unique information immediately led investigators to the location of the suspect’s vehicle. Shortly after locating the suspect’s vehicle, the suspect was apprehended after committing another aggravated robbery. This suspect was ultimately charged with three (3) counts of aggravated robbery. During the early morning hours of December 7, 2017, the Criminal Investigations Unit became involved in the suspicious disappearance of a seventeen (17) year old female. This investigation eventually led to collective involvement of members of the Sebastian County Sheriff’s Office, Arkansas State Police, Greenwood Police Department, Arkansas Game and Fish Commission, and the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Preliminary electronic data placed the missing juvenile in rural parts of Fort Chaffee which led to a large multi-agency search. During the course of the investigation, Mrs. Claggett obtained updated electronic data that placed the juvenile near Martin Luther King Park. This new information led to the swift recovery of the missing female who was found unharmed.

Outstanding job Ashley!! Thank you for your continued service to the Citizens of Fort Smith!!

#employeespotlight #911dispatcher #2017dispatcheroftheyear

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Fort Smith Police Department added 5 new photos.6 days ago

FSPD Officers were honored to participate in the Cars and Coffee event today at SweetBay Coffee Co. We were able to check out some cool cars, and show off our patrol vehicles as well. We got several good questions about our vehicles and how they operate. Officer Tyler Lee and Officer Brent Tobias were able to check out some vehicles, including this Camaro Limousine. We had a great time and appreciate the invitation!!

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Fort Smith Police Department6 days ago

FSPD EMPLOYEE SPOTLIGHT:
This week the Fort Smith Police Department continues to take the time to recognize our hard working and dedicated 911 Operators during National Telecommunicator’s Week.

Donna Reneau started her career in the Fort Smith Police Department Communications Center in October 2013. Since that time she has become an essential member of the unit with experience and knowledge. In 2018 Donna became a CLEST certified Communications Training Officer where she trains new hires.

Donna is one of the dedicated operators that you would hear on the other end of the phone if you called with a problem in the middle of the night. Donna said the following about her career at the FSPD. “ I have worked at the FSPD for almost 5 yrs now and truly care about my job and the people I talk to on a daily basis. To know you have helped someone that needed it gives you a great feeling. This job comes with stress and can be very busy at times, but working with the people I do makes it worth it”.

The Communications Unit Supervisor, Sergeant Rob Schibbelhut says that Donna is a professional and dedicated operator that always does an outstanding job. Thank you for your dedicated service Donna!!

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