PULASKI COUNTY MAN SOUGHT BY MULTIPLE AGENCIES FOR NUMEROUS FELONY CHARGES
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Major Lafayette Woods, Jr.
Operation Commander/Public Information Officer
PULASKI COUNTY MAN SOUGHT BY MULTIPLE AGENCIES FOR NUMEROUS FELONY CHARGES: Williams is being sought after by the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office Criminal Investigation Division (CID) for charges of Felony Theft by Deception and Felony Theft of Property. Williams currently has active felony warrants issued by the Little Rock Arkansas Board of Parole for a parole violation stemming from charges of Felon in Possession of Firearm and 2 counts of Theft of Property, Forgery, and Hot Check Violations. State-wide extradition of the aforementioned warrants have been authorized.
Additionally, other law enforcement agencies have authorized state-wide extradition of Williams for the following charges:
•Jackson County Sheriff’s Office, Felony Larceny in reference to Theft by Deception.
• Sherwood Police Department, Felony Larceny in reference to Theft of Property.
• Benton Police Department, Felony Larceny in reference to Forgery, Theft of Property with a $50,000.00 cash bond set.
• Saline County Sheriff’s Office, Insufficient Funds w/ $1,402.00 cash bond set.
• Carlisle Police Department, Traffic related infractions w/ cash bond set.
Caller’s anonymity is guaranteed. Williams is to be considered armed and dangerous. Please use extreme caution when approaching. Never attempt to apprehend a dangerous suspect yourself. If you have any information concerning the whereabouts of Ladaryl D. Williams, PLEASE CONTACT JEFFERSON COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION DIVISION INVESTIGATOR MICKET BUFFKIN AT 870-541-5496 OR 870-329-5644 from 8am to 5pm or 24/7 non-emergency (870) 541-5300. Tips can also be forwarded via the internet by visiting www.jeffcoso.org and scrolling down to the section entitled Crime Tip Hotline or Submit Via Email and click on the link, which will enable citizens to submit the tips via email to email@example.com. A reward is being offered for information leading to the successful apprehension of Williams.
LaDaryl D. Williams