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home 310 E Eleanor Ave, Wynne, AR 72396, USA
phone (870) 238-8559

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CROSS COUNTY CRIMINAL JUSTICE CENTER Address

Cross County Jail
705 E. UNION
WYNNE, AR
72396

CROSS COUNTY CRIMINAL JUSTICE CENTER Statistics

According to the latest jail census:
Average Daily Inmate Population: 43
Inmate Capacity: 86
Year Constructed: 1970
Full-Time Staff: 15
Total Staff Salaries: $320,789

Phone:+1 870-238-5700

Cross County, AR Offense Statistics
Violent Crime 21
Murder and Non-Negligent Manslaughter 0
Rape (revised and legacy definition) 3
Robbery 0
Aggravated Assault 18
Property Crime 129
Burglary 32
Larceny-theft 93
Motor Vehicle Theft 4
Arson 1
Data Source: FBI Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Program – Offenses Known to Law Enforcement by Metropolitan and Nonmetropolitan Counties, 2015
Note: The data shown in this table does not reflect county totals but are the number of offenses reported by the sheriff’s office or county police department
Cross County Sheriff
Cross County SheriffWednesday, September 19th, 2018 at 10:37am
We still have 1 dispatcher opening at the Cross County Jail. Call 870-238-5700 Monday -Thursday 7am to 5pm and ask for Shannon.
Cross County Sheriff
Cross County SheriffTuesday, September 18th, 2018 at 1:44pm
Fugitive and Drug Arrest

On 09/18/2018 Deputy Alex Tuck and Captain Glenn were patrolling CR 135 in Hickory Ridge when they saw a white male walking in the yard of a residence. The Deputies knew the subject to be Dustin Manues and were aware of his outstanding felony warrants with the St. Francis County Sheriff's Office. Dustin Maneus fled on foot but was later apprehended while he was hiding in a chicken coupe at a neighboring residence. Dustin was found to be in possession of 51 grams of methamphetamine as well as a loaded handgun. Dustin was arrested without incident and transported to the Cross County Jail. The suspect was later extradited to the St. Francis County Jail for his outstanding warrants and a hold was placed with our agency for the charges he accumulated today. The Cross County Sheriff's Office also seized $300.00 in cash and a Honda Accord with this arrest.

Simultaneous Possession of Drugs and Firearms (Class Y Felony)

Possession of Schedule I Controlled Substance "meth" with Purpose to Deliver ( Class A Felony)

Possession of Drug Paraphernalia X2 (Class B Felony)

Possession of Drug Paraphernalia X2 (Class D Felony)

Possession of Firearm By Certain Person X2(Class D Felony)

Fleeing on Foot (Class C Misd.)

Sheriff JR Smith " I would like to commend Captain Glenn and Deputy Tuck for having a vigilant eye and recognizing a wanted fugitive. This was a great arrest that got more methamphetamine off of our streets. If any Citizen of Cross County has information of drugs being sold in our county feel free to contact my Criminal Investigation Division by phone or by email on our website."
Cross County Sheriff
Cross County SheriffMonday, September 17th, 2018 at 5:32am
DRUG ARREST

On 09/16/2018 Sgt. Clanton and Deputy Chapman initiated a traffic stop on a vehicle for failing to use a turn signal. During the course of the traffic stop Ramone Scott was placed under arrest after probable cause was found. A subsequent inventory search prior to towing the vehicle revealed 8 grams of methamphetamine. The Cross County Sheriff's Office seized $1,339.00 in cash as well as Scott's vehicle.
Cross County Sheriff
Cross County SheriffFriday, September 14th, 2018 at 6:52am
Letter From the Sheriff

I am often asked why people who were sent to prison released so soon. In 2011, lawmakers recognized a problem with prisons overcrowding and passed Act-570. The law was designed to reduce prison populations by reducing sentences, expanding probation and parole, and encouraging reentry programs. This was a bad law then and is still a bad law today. I am one of several Sheriff's that opposed this law in 2011. This law changes sentencing guidelines for crimes and encourages the court system to give the guilty parties probation. If the court systems sends the guilty person to prison on the average they only serve approximately 33% of their sentence before they are eligible for parole to be released back into the community. For more serious violent crimes the percentage of time served is around 70% of their sentence. Keep in mind felony cases could be continued by the suspects defense lawyers for a year to a year and a half before the case is heard in circuit court.This is why we arrest offenders multiple times before they are finally sent to the Arkansas Department of Corrections. This is an uphill battle that my Office fights daily and until the lawmakers revisit Act-570 I see no clear correction to this ongoing problem. I would like to see more prison's built in Arkansas to deal with the over crowding problem. As always if you have any questions I have an open door policy at the Sheriff's Office and I look forward to hearing from you. Thanks,

Sheriff JR Smith
Cross County Sheriff
Cross County Sheriff shared Cross County Chamber of Commerce & Wynne Economic Development Corporation's post.Tuesday, September 11th, 2018 at 6:21am
Cross County Sheriff
Cross County SheriffTuesday, September 11th, 2018 at 6:01am
We are still taking applications for 1 dispatcher position.The last day to have your application in is 09/21/2018. Pick up an application at 704 Canal St.