Special Agents of the Arkansas State Police Criminal Investigation Division are continuing their work today assisting Sharp County sheriff’s deputies in developing leads and collecting evidence connected to the apparent murders of two women and the assault on a third.
The suspect was in stable condition at last update while the officers were uninjured.
The vacated Randolph County District Court judge seat was officially filled on Monday as Alex Bigger, the former city attorney for Pocahontas, was sworn in.
Sharp County is shown to have it’s first case with 1-4 positives being added to the map in the most recent updates to the Arkansas Department of Health’s COVID-19 page.
Stunning allegations against a current district judge and judicial candidate were revealed in a lawsuit filed Monday.
There’s still hope that Judge Adam Weeks’ campaign for circuit judge can prevail after news from the state Supreme Court on Monday.
Judge Adam Weeks was ordered taken off the ballot after the issue was raised of misdemeanors when he was 18.
Local attorney Chris Jester of Cherokee Village announces his candidacy for State District Court Judge, Division 1, for the new 11th District which will include the counties of Lawrence, Randolph, and Sharp.
Judge Mark R. Johnson, longtime resident of Sharp County, announced his candidacy for District Judge (Position 1) of the Eleventh Judicial District serving Randolph, Lawrence, and Sharp counties.