The Cleburne County Sheriff's Office has received reports in the last couple of weeks of a vehicle attempting to pull over vehicles in the Hopewell area. Complaints say that the possible suspect vehicle is a light-colored 4-door passenger car with two blue lights in the front grill, and described the suspect as a male.
At this time, we have not been able to confirm that the vehicle was an unmarked police car. Because of that, we are cautioning residents to take extra care if an unmarked car attempts to stop them. If you are uncertain if the vehicle is a real police car, please immediately call 911, and relay the information to the dispatcher while continuing to drive to a safe location, such as an open business or law enforcement building.
If you have any information about the suspect or his whereabouts, you are encouraged to immediately contact the Cleburne County Sheriff's Office at (501)362-8143 or by using the tip line on our website, cleburnecountysheriff.com
Around 5:30 p.m. on December 27, Cleburne County Sheriff’s Deputies took a report of a Residential Burglary in which a red, 2011 Polaris Ranger 800 ATV, blue Kobalt air compressor, orange Echo weed eater, and an orange Stihl MS250 18" chainsaw were stolen from the garage of a residence on Ridge Circle in Quitman. The suspect vehicle is believed to be a White Chevrolet Avalanche with unknown registration, occupied by an unidentified white male and white female.
The male subject was seen driving away in the ATV, with the female driving the Avalanche, last seen driving westbound on Cove Creek Road. Total loss is estimated around $10,000.
The Sheriff's Office is seeking information from the public as to the identity of the individuals involved in this incident, and the location of the stolen items. If you have any information, please contact Detective Angelo Aldrighetti at the Sheriff's Office at (501)362-8143, or by submitting an anonymous tip to the Tips hotline on our website, cleburnecountysheriff.com
Sheriff’s Office Announces New App
The Cleburne County Sheriff’s Office is excited to announce a new mobile App that is available for download in the Google Play Store and Apple App Store now. The App is free for users to download on both Android and iOS mobile devices. To download, visit https://www.CleburneCountySheriff.com/app or go to the Google Play Store or Apple App Store and type “Cleburne County Sheriff” in the search bar.
The mobile App allows easy access to the most important features of the website: Contact Us, Submit a Crime Tip, Press Releases, Most Wanted fugitives, and the Offender map.
The App user can select which push notifications they would like to subscribe to through the App. The new mobile App will serve as an additional information resource for the public and will assist with community policing efforts.
The App is an additional way to provide transparency for the Sheriff’s Office and encourage the public to take an active role in community policing efforts. We would love for every County resident or visitor to download our App and sign up for our push notifications. We believe our App will be a huge benefit to the Sheriff’s Office and the residents of Cleburne County as well.
Brooks Jeffrey Marketing, Inc., a national Website, App, and marketing company headquartered in Mountain Home, Arkansas, developed the new mobile App for Cleburne County Sheriff's Office. Brooks Jeffrey, founded in 1984, develops Websites, Apps, and integrated marketing solutions for law enforcement, government offices, organizations, and businesses throughout the United States.
For more information about the new mobile App, please contact the Cleburne County Sheriff’s Office at 501-362-8143 or visit https://www.CleburneCountySheriff.com.