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UNION COUNTY RELAY FOR LIFE 2014 'LIGHTS, CAMERA, CURE'The Union County Sheriff's Office is once again sponsoring their Favorite Charity benefiting the UNION COUNTY 'RELAY FOR LIFE' 2014. Theme for this year is 'Lights, Camera, CURE' to be held at the Parkers Chapel Football Field on Friday, April 25, 2014 @ 6:00 p.m. There will be LOTS of fun for a VERY worthy cause!
The UCSO sponsors the Relay for Life by participating in fund raisers throughout the year which include: Breakfast with Santa, Celebrity Waiter, UCSO Poker Run, and the UCSO Garage Sale with all of the proceeds from each going to benefit the Union County Relay for Life.
FRI 4/25/2014 @ 6 PM @ PC FOOTBALL FIELD


UCSO 4TH ANNUAL "WE RIDE FOR DUB" POKER RUNThe 4th Annual Union County Sheriff Office "We Ride for DUB" POKER RUN will be held SATURDAY, APRIL 19, 2014, beginning at Johnny B's Grill located at 211 SW Ave, at 9:00 am with registration till 11:00 am and the last motorcycle must be back by 2:00 pm. Other stops include Moro Bay State Park, Coca Cola Distribution Center, T Models ending back at Johnny B's Grill. The Entry Fee is $20.00 per hand and you will be able to buy(draw) up to 3 additional cards at the end for $10.00 per card. If you do not wish to ride we will accept donations at any of the stops to directly benefit Union County "Relay for Life" . 1st prize is $200, 2nd prize is $100, and 3rd prize is $50. We are also still accepting cash donations for prizes with corporate donators to be named later.
For more information contact Sgt. Kevin Pendleton 870-918-2264, or e-mail UCSOPOKERRUN@HOTMAIL.COM

19 Arrested from Investigation into Meth Trafficking

NewsOn Thursday, October 10, 2013, an investigation stemming back to January 2013 resulted in 19 arrested and charged with federal and state crimes related to trafficking methamphetamine in El Dorado and surrounding areas out of the 24 arrest warrants that were issued.

The investigation called 'Wrecked Rim' was set in place to target gang members who were involved in drugs and firearms trafficking and was conducted by local, state, federal and the United States Marshals Service officers participating in the FBI's Safe Streets Task Force. During the course of the investigation 5 pounds of methamphetamine, 2 pounds of marijuana, 4 handguns and 10 vehicles were seized and it was reported this organization was responsible for distributing pound quantities of methamphetamines to the local area.

Operation 'Wrecked Rim' was a joint operation between the Little Rock FBI Division, the El Dorado Resident Agent Safe Streets Task Force which consists of the El Dorado PD, Union County Sheriff's Office, Magnolia PD, Columbia County Sheriff's Office, Camden PD, Ouachita County Sheriff's Office, Crossett PD, Calhoun County Sheriff's Office, Arkansas State Police, Southern Arkansas University PD, and the 13th Judicial District Drug Task Force.

Captain Kevin Holt, Public Information Officer for the El Dorado Police Department, said "Outstanding efforts were put forth by all of the law enforcement agencies that participated in the execution of the arrest warrants, and wants local residents to know the investigation is ongoing and continuing."
(Taken from El Dorado News-Times article Friday, October 11,2013)

Smart911 Is Online in Union County

Smart911 is an online safety solution that allows you to provide additional information to first responders when you call 911. Read more to find out more about Smart911 and to set up your safety profile!

Tiger Commissary Upgrades

Due to recent upgrades to our services with Tiger Commissary Services, we will no longer accept money orders at the Sheriff's Office. You now have three options available to place money on an inmate's commissary account:

1. You may continue to mail money orders to the sheriff's office in the inmate's name. You will continue to pay any money order fees and postage.
2. There is a kiosk set up in the forward lobby at the Sheriff's Office, across from the Union County District Court. You may place money on an inmate's account from the kiosk using cash, debit card, or credit card. There is a $2.00 transaction fee for a cash deposit, regardless of the amount. Or, there is a 7% service fee for using a debit or credit card. The forward lobby is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
3. You may deposit funds online through the Tiger Commissary Website. There is a 10% processing fee for using this service.

If you have any questions or problems with the new systems, please let us know.

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