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Mug shots are provided by county sheriffs' offices. Arrestees are innocent until proven guilty.



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Mug shots are provided by county sheriffs' offices. Arrestees are innocent until proven guilty.*

*The information presented here as a public service is gathered from public information through Freedom of Information (FOI) requests to local and state government offices. The booking mug shots and related information are from records provided by the county sheriffs' offices and are updated daily. Arkansas Online is not responsible, in whole or in part, for the creation or development of this information. Persons appearing here are presumed innocent, and inclusion on this list does not mean a person has been convicted of the arrest charge. Any questions regarding booking information should be directed to the appropriate county sheriff’s office: Pulaski County at, Faulkner County at, Garland County at or Saline County at Questions regarding other information on these pages should be referred to the appropriate government agency responsible for the collection of this information. Users are notified that parental control protections are commercially available that may assist in limiting access to material that is harmful to minors.

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1 Johnny R. Key Dept. of Education Commissioner of education
2 Nathaniel Smith Dept. of Health ADH director
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3 Michiaki Imamura UAMS Chief-cardio surgery, Children's
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5 Gareth Morgan UAMS Director, Myeloma Inst.
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