The Arkansas City Police Department has begun efforts to re-establish Neighborhood Watch chapters across the city. There currently are no formal Neighborhood Watch groups in existence in Ark City, although the program was...Read More
Ark City Police Department officers and staff spent several days this week at DARE Camp, teaching middle schoolers about drugs, alcohol and bullying. School Resource Officer Chase Hobart, who is assigned to Arkansas City Middle...Read More
Several officers of the Arkansas City Police Department participated April 8 in the Thin Blue Line 5K in Stillwater, Oklahoma. The “thin blue line” is an internationally recognized symbol that commemorates fallen and shows...Read More
There were two car thefts last week in Arkansas City, according to the Arkansas City Police Department (ACPD). “I received a request to research the stolen car situation from the weekend. I found that an Ark City resident...Read More
The Arkansas City Police Department is stepping up its efforts to reach out to the youth of Ark City. In an attempt to bridge any gap between ACPD and the school district, officers have started eating lunch with local elementary...Read More
Arkansas City police and the Cowley County Sheriff’s Office last week executed a second search warrant stemming from a recent spree of vehicle burglaries. The warrant, which was executed at 3:28 p.m. Dec. 27, 2016, at 417 E....Read More
Two Arkansas City men were arrested Dec. 9 by the Arkansas City Police Department in connection with multiple vehicle burglaries and thefts in Ark City. Joseph DeWayne Peters, 29, and Marcus Franklin Peters, 27, were arrested on...Read More
Arkansas City Police Department Sgt. Eric Mata recently was given an award from the Optimists of Arkansas City as their Law Enforcement Officer of the Year. One of the aspects of the job he was applauded for was his work with...Read More
Arkansas City Police Department Sgt. Eric Mata was named Tuesday night by the Optimists of Arkansas City as winner of the club’s Officer of the Year award. “We are here tonight to honor and recognize the exemplary service of...Read More
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