National Night Out-Crawford County

NATIONAL NIGHT OUT
AUGUST 1, 2017 5 TO 8 P.M.
FREE FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY!
2001 POINTER TR E.PARKING LOT

FREE HOTDOGS/WATER/SNOWCONES/POPCORN
(WHILE SUPPLIES LAST)

*FINGERPRINTING
*VAN BUREN AND ALMA POLICE
*MOUNTAINBURG PD/K9
*MULBERRY, CEDARVILLE, DYER, KIBLER PD
*VAN BUREN FIRE DEPT/SMOKE HOUSE
*CRAWFORD SHERIFF DEPT
*VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPARTMENTS
*CITY OF CEDARVILLE/DYER FD
*CRAWFORD COUNTY SEARCH & RESCUE
*STATE POLICE TROOP H
*FBI CITIZENS POLICE ACADEMY
*501ST LEGION, (STORM TROOPERS)
*CRAWFORD CO. MEDICAL RESERVE CORPS
*POINTER DOG
*AR HIGHWAY POLICE
*TRUE REFUGE ORGANIZATION
*PAWZATIVELY CANINE
*ALMOST HOME DOG SHELTER
*AIR EVAC HELICOPTER
*SOUTHWEST EMS
*AR SHERIFF’S YOUTH RANCHES
*FORT CHAFFEE MILITARY POLICE
*US MARSHALS AND DEA
*VAN BUREN & ALMA BOYS & GIRLS CLUBS
*CHARLENE FITE
*AR GAME AND FISH, AR FORESTRY
*DHS, CC LIBRARY, KIDDIE KOLLEGE
*VB HOUSING AUTHORITY, C.A.S.A
*CAR SEAT SAFETY-FORT SMITH
*PARENTS OF UAFS ORGANIZATION
*UNITED WAY, GIRL SCOUTS TROOP 4141
*MORGAN NICK FOUNDATION*MUCH MORE!!!!
*BOUNCE AROUND*GAMES*FACE PAINTING*HAND OUTS (COLORBOOKS, STICKERS, CANDY, ETC).
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WHAT IS NATIONAL NIGHT OUT?
National Night Out is an annual community-building campaign that promotes police-community partnerships and neighborhood camaraderie to make our neighborhoods safer, more caring places to live. Together, we are making that happen. National Night Out enhances the relationship between neighbors and law enforcement while bringing back a true sense of community. Additionally, it provides a great opportunity to bring police and neighbors together under positive circumstances. Neighborhoods across the nation host block parties, festivals, parades, cookouts and various other community events with safety demonstrations, seminars, youth events, visits from emergency personnel and exhibits. https://natw.org/about

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Turn Around Don’t Drown

https://www.weather.gov/tsa/hydro_tadd

Floodwater Safety

Use caution when dealing with flood waters. Flood waters may contain snakes and insects; sharp objects and debris; and oil, gasoline, industrial waste, or raw sewage.

To avoid illness and injury from floodwaters, the Oklahoma State Dept. of Health suggests the following:
* Keep children and pets from playing in flood water.
* Clean all items touched by floodwaters, including children’s toys. Use one cup of household bleach in five gallons of water.
* Throw away items that cannot be washed such as mattresses, stuffed animals, baby toys, and wood cutting boards, as well as food that may have come into contact with flood waters.
* Wash hands often with soap and clean water or use an alcohol-based sanitizer.
* Seek immediate attention if you become injured or ill.
* To protect your family and yourself, avoid floodwaters if possible.

AMBER ALERT-OKLAHOMA

DELAWARE COUNTY, Okla. (KFSM) — An Amber Alert was issued for two young Oklahoma children on Thursday (April 20) who are believed to have been taken by their mother.

Police are searching for Maxwell Keener, 2-months-old, and Adelyn Keener, 20-months-old, according to an alert.

Maxwell has brown hair and blue eyes and he weighs about 12-15 pounds, and Adelyn has hazel eyes and blonde hair and weighs about 30 pounds.

The suspect, Sarah Jane Lewis, is 31, 5’8″ with brown hair and brown eyes.

Courtesy KFOR
The woman and two children were last seen in Payne County, Oklahoma, the alert states. The details of this case came to light on April 18 in Jay, Oklahoma.

A warrant has been issued for Lewis for child endangerment.

Officials said the children are in immediate danger because Lewis has been accused of using meth while in their presence.

She is believed to be driving a silver 2002 Infiniti I-35 with Oklahoma plates of 107 FCR.

Anyone who sees the children or suspects should contact the Delaware County Sheriff’s Department at 918-253-4531 or call 911.

Amber Alert Issued For Two Oklahoma Babies Believed To Be Kidnapped By Mom

FOUND

(CNN) — Tennessee teacher Tad Cummins has been arrested and 15-year-old Elizabeth Thomas has been found safe in northern California, the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation tweeted Thursday.

The two have been missing since March 13.