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Mountain View Police Department

203 South Peabody Avenue

PO BOX 1048

Phone: 870-269-4211

Fax: 870-269-5868


 

 

 In Memory of Sergeant Michael David Stephen, Sr. "SC 4" End of Watch Thursday, July 18, 2019

Stone County Sheriff's Office,  Arkansas

 

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Sergeant Mike Stephen was shot and killed while responding to a domestic incident at a home in the area of 2020 Flag Road at about 9:00 am.

He was speaking to a female in the front yard when another subject opened fire, striking Sergeant Stephen and the woman. The subject who shot Sergeant Stephen was found dead by responding deputies.

Sergeant Stephen was a U.S. Army veteran and had served with the Stone County Sheriff's Office for 20 years. He also served as chief of the Pineville Fire Department and had previously served with the Arkansas Department of Correction. He is survived by his wife.

https://www.odmp.org/officer/24167-sergeant-michael-david-stephen-sr

 


 

 In Memory of Sergeant Mark Long "SC 12"

 End of Watch August 28th, 2017

Stone County Sheriffs Office

 

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During the early morning hours of August 28, 2017, Sergeant Mark Long passed away while in route to a local hospital in Mountain View, Arkansas, after concluding his shift. The cause of death is believed to be natural causes.

Sergeant Long was a six year veteran of the Stone County Sheriff's Department, where he was assigned as Patrol Supervisor. Sergeant Long will be missed by many in the community, and his law enforcement brothers and sisters.  Our condolences go out to the Long family and the Stone County Sheriff's Department during this difficult time.


In Memory of Deputy Justin Smith. "SC 512" 

End of Watch Tuesday Jan 2, 2024

Stone County Sheriff's Office,  Arkansas

 

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Hundreds of people showed up to say goodbye to Stone County Sheriff Deputy Justin Smith at his funeral this weekend. Justin was shot and killed in Mountain View, Arkansas on January 2nd by a suspect he was serving a misdemeanor arrest warrant to. During a Eulogy read by his eldest son, Justin never wanted a fuss made about him and would've been amazed at the amount of people that came to pay their respects. He went on to talk about how much his father hated wearing ties, and would never wear one by his own choice. I painted Justin in the polo shirt that he was most comfortable wearing each and every day on the job.
Deputy Justin Smith began his law enforcement career 24 years ago as a corrections officer in Jackson and Independence counties. He eventually moved on to the Stone County Sheriff's Office where he spent the last 14 years of his life serving and protecting. Justin never met a stranger and was always one to greet you with a smile. He leaves behind a loving wife, three sons, three stepchildren, 14 grandchildren and 4 siblings. Deputy Justin Smith was 60-years old.