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New Deputy commended for job well done

Perry County’s newest Deputy had just finished his three week training and was starting Saturday June 6, as his first day on his own as a Deputy Sheriff. Nicholas Kincade promoted from the Jail to Deputy Sheriff on May 19, 2015 was enroute to Conway County Sheriff’s Office to pick-up an inmate when he approached the Arkansas River bridge and observed several cars parked in the southbound lane with hazard lights flashing. Kincade stated that he saw a woman pointing at him and then he saw a man with one leg over the rail of the bridge, as in if he was going to jump off the bridge. Deputy Kincade approached the man and asked what he was doing. The man stated, “I think I’m going to try to kill myself”. Deputy Kincade asked the man his name and why he felt that way. The man turned from Deputy Kincade and when he did Deputy Kincade grabbed him by his belt and wrapped his arm underneath the man’s arm around his chest and pulled him from the railing. At that point another gentleman help Deputy Kincade escort Raymond Akins to his patrol car. Two units from Morrilton Police Dept. and a unit from the Conway County Sheriff’s Office arrived on scene and took the Mr. Akins into custody.

Nicholas Kincade lives in Perryville, he is the son of Boyd and Kathy Kincade of Perryville. He graduated from Perryville High School in 2012. Nick worked in the Detention Center for almost three years before being promoted to Deputy Sheriff. “It’s going to be an honor to serve the citizens of Perry County”, Kincade stated.

Sheriff Montgomery stated, “When you hire someone as young as he is, you worry if he is mature enough. When Nick pulled that man off that railing Saturday, he proved that he is very mature. I think he as a bright future in law enforcement, I’m very proud to have Nick on our team.”

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