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We were first to identify rookie LRPD officer Eboney Warren as the officer that apparently ran a stop sign at Charles Bussey and Maple striking a car driven by a mother and her three children Monday evening.

According to witnesses, the rookie did not have her lights or siren activated.
LRPD disputes this. We will have to wait and see what the MVR recordings from the vehicle reveal.  

Take a look at a video made of the accident scene by an eyewitness.

We discovered that the Warren's might be in a pickle with LRPD Administration in that they filed to pay their state income tax when due and the Department of Finance & Administration recently filed a lien against both of them.

Records on file at the Pulaski County Circuit Clerk's Officer reflect the past due taxes have not been paid.

The pair makes a nice income from LRPD. Add income from off-duty employment and they have above average income for Arkansas. One wonders why they would risk jobs by not paying taxes and ignoring collection letters from DFA.

The Warren's with a combined salaries of $91,107.74 are not paupers by any means.

Eboney could and should have used that $5k signing bonus check she got from city manager Bruce Moore to pay the taxes owed. She would have had money left over.

Another problem for the pair is that their voter registration is sketchy.

According to the tax lien the pair lives in Alexander, AR.

According the the Secretary of State, they are registered to vote at different addresses - the hubby in Little Rock and the wifey in Bryant.

Mr. Warren uses the same address on his voter registration that he used on their marriage license from 2011.

All of this is problematic for the Warren's and in turn for LRPD and the city of Little Rock.

Not paying your taxes when due is a violation of the law. In fact its a felony.

And according to A.C.A. § 7-1-103 it is a misdemeanor offense to be registered in the wrong precinct/city other than the one in which you reside:

"(11)  No person shall willfully cause or attempt to cause his or her own name to be registered in any other election precinct than that in which he or she is or will be before the next ensuing election qualified as an elector..."

The Warren's appear to be in violation of several of LRPD Rules & Regulations as tax deadbeats and fraudulent voters.

Violations that involve gross misconduct and can cause discredit to LRPD can result in discipline ranging from a verbal reprimand up to termination.

And there is this:

LRPD General Orders details a Code of Ethics for officers: 

Officer misconduct on and off-duty is an all to frequent event at LRPD.

That is due to a failure in leadership and it falls directly upon befouled chief Kenton Tremar Buckner.

Buckner must be replaced and if Bruce Moore wants to keep his position he will not waste anymore time dancing around the issue.


We obtained the incident report from the accident and Officer Eboney Warren admits that she "disregarded" the stop sign.

LRPD released the MVR video from Officer Warren's patrol vehicle but they removed information that indicated that Warren was speeding reaching speeds nearing 60 mph. The posted speed limit on on the street is 25 mph.


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