SHERIFF'S OFFICE HAS TAKEN DELIVERY OF NEW TRAILER FOR THE D.A.R.E PROGRAM
The Baxter County Sheriff's Office has been fortunate enough to acquire a new trailer to support the D.A.R.E. program that is taught in the local public school systems and promoted within the community.
The acquisition of this new trailer, a 25 ft 2020 model, was made possible through the generous donations of funds by the Baxter County Sheriff's Foundation, a non-profit organization founded in 2009 to support the Sheriff's Office and its personnel, and the Baxter County Prosecuting Attorney's Office through seizures and forfeitures of funds connected with illicit drug activities, as well as through donations of equipment and labor by Central Heating and Cooling of Mountain Home.
(pictured L to R are Kaleb Johnson, Tim Sellers, Brian Goodwin, and Matt Martin with Central Heating and Cooling, Prosecuting Attorney David Ethredge, Sheriff John Montgomery, Lt. Lee Sanders, Sgt./SRO Billy Cox, and Deputy/SRO Selena Harris)
The trailer will be utilized extensively at public events that the Sheriff's Office regularly participates in, such as the Baxter County Fair, Cotter Trout Fest, Gassville In The Park, events at the L. C. Hammons Youth Center, and events and activities at the various schools throughout the year.
The Sheriff's Office is very thankful for the generous support it continuously receives from both the public and multiple local community organizations throughout the year.
Sheriff John Montgomery