HomePress Releasessex offendersMost Wantedcontact usAdministrationcrime tips and preventionC.I.D.Community EventsDispatch and DetentionDrug Task ForceHistory of the SheriffPatrol DivisionPay Tickets OnlineReservesRoad and School closingsSchool Resource OfficerEmploymentWarrants
Image of the State of Arkansas with Perry County darkened in. Perry County Sheriff's Office Perry County Sheriff's Badge
Home Press Releases Sex Offenders Most Wanted Contact Us
Services Menu
Administration
Crime Tips & Prevention
Criminal Investigation Division
Community Events
Dispatch & Detention
Employment
History of the Sheriff
Patrol Division
Pay Tickets Online
Reserves
Road & School Closings
School Resource Officer
Warrantd
Crime Tip HOTline - submit via Email
 

Phone:
(501) 889-2333
(24 hours)
Fax: (501) 889-5212

Email Map

P.O. Box 146
511 Aplin Avenue.
Perryville, AR 72126

Admin Office Hours:
M-F 8:00am - 4:30pm
 
     
 
08/07/2017

Perry County Sheriff's Office needs your help on Assault Case

On August 1, 2017 at approximately 12:53 PM a backhoe operator was travelling east on Hwy 60 west just past Quarry Cove Park entrance in the project office’s backhoe. As the operator of the backhoe started up the hill a black Chevrolet S10 pick-up passed him. The pick-up then came to an abrupt stop, a female passenger got out and acted sick. The backhoe operator exited his backhoe and started walking towards the female, she then made eye contact with the backhoe operator and then the male driver. The female ran towards the ditch and the male driver ran to the front of the S10 pick-up on the passenger’s side, yelled some profanities telling the backhoe operator to stay away from his woman. At that time the driver of the S10 pulled a pistol from his waistband, as he was aiming towards the backhoe operator’s direction, the backhoe operator ran and hide behind his backhoe. The guy then fired two rounds in an unknown direction. The backhoe operator stated that the guy got the woman back in the pick-up and drove towards Perryville on Hwy 60. The backhoe operator was not able to get a license plate number.

Perry County Sheriff’s Office is asking for your help in identifying the male driver and female passenger. If you have any information please contact the Sheriff’s office at 501-889-3309 or our dispatch at 501-889-2333.

 
     Perry County Sheriff's Office | © 2017
     Perry County, Arkansas
Another Most Wanted Website by Brooks-Jeffrey Marketing, Inc.