If the report was taken by an Arkansas State Police Officer, you must obtain your report from Troop Headquarters.
The State Police can be contacted at (870) 523-2701. Q: I received a traffic ticket, where can I pay it?
A: No, discharging a firearm within the city limits of Ash Flat or any other city within the county is prohibited by ordinance.
A: Yes, prominent display of numbers is required for emergency services in the cities and the county. A: All persons in the front seat are required to wear a seatbelt.
All persons under the age of 15 are required to buckle up in the back seat, also.
If the child weighs at least sixty pounds or is between six and fifteen years old, the child must wear a seat belt. A: There are certain legal specifications in tinting your vehicle’s windows in accordance with state statutes.
The front driver’s side window and front passenger window tint must be at least 25% net light transmission or higher.
Q: What are the safety requirements for children in vehicles?
A: Arkansas law requires children under six years of age and weighing less than sixty pounds to be seated in child safety seats. (see above law)Q: I’m thinking about tinting the windows on my vehicle, what are the legal requirements?
Other Body Attachments will require the person to remain in custody until brought before the Judge who issued the order.
Body Attachments can be served in any part of the State, just as arrest warrants can.
You may come to the Sheriff’s Office or the front desk at the jail. You may only obtain reports Monday through Friday from AM to PM.
is located behind the Sharp County Courthouse, at 30 A Court St., Ash Flat, AR 72513. A: If the report was taken by a county office, it will be on file at the jail.
A: Yes you may pick one up at the front desk of the jail, Monday through Friday, AM to PM. A: Monday and Wednesday, from AM until PM with a lunch break. Otherwise, if you suspect that a child is being abused or neglected, call the child abuse and neglect hotline at 1-800-482-5964. A: The purpose is to solicit leads from the public on persons wanted on felony warrants. Q: What criteria decides who goes on the Most Wanted list?