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Meet the Arkansas State Police: Episode 3 - Major Jason Aaron

  Russ Racop - April 28, 2021     Jason Wayne Aaron joined the Arkansas State Police in 1988.     Aaron was commissioned as an Arkansas State Trooper in 1998 and initially assigned to the department’s Highway Patrol Division, Troop H (Crawford County). His subsequent promotions and assignments include promotion to the rank of sergeant in 2006, assigned as a Highway Patrol Division post supervisor, followed by a promotion in 2012 to the rank of lieutenant and assuming command of the department’s Criminal Investigation Division, Company E headquartered at Harrison. During 2014 he transferred as CID company commander, assuming duties at Company D, headquartered at Fort Smith and two years later was promoted to captain and commanded the Highway Patrol Division, Troop H also headquartered at Fort Smith.   Arron replaced Brian Davis, the former Troop H leader, after he was arrested by Fort Smith police for illegal sexual activity in a Fort Smith city park.   You can read our posts about Dav

LRPD chief caught in another lie

Russ Racop - April 27, 2021 Yesterday we made a post that included a memo that a confidential source inside LRPD provided to use back on April 19th.  We posted that memo on social media on April 19th and April 20th. Today Max Brantley with the Arkansas Times posted on the Arkansas Blog about our story. Brantley posted comment Chief Keef made about the incident. Brantley wrote that Chief Keef later updated that message. We suspect that Chief Keef was at one of his side-chicks house when he got a text message about the 23rd killing of the year. Note what he said in his first message... That is a lie. As previously mentioned, one of his trusted employees sent us his April 19th memorandum as soon as they received it. Our posts prove that. His mercenary cops leak information to us on a daily basis. One of our field reporters sent us that photo of him and his grotty feet. And a pedicure won't fix the grotty foot problem Chief Keef. And this photo shows that Chief Keef says "fuck th

Do what I say not what I do - Rules that the LRPD chief has for his cops don't apply to him

Russ Racop - April 26, 2021   On April 19th, the frazzled LRPD police chief sent out a memorandum to his mercenary police force that gives us a glimpse at the low morale and internal conflict at LRPD.         As the memo states, "All LRPD must present a professional demeanor and professional appearance...". So when Chief Keef made an appearance at the 23rd killing of the year for Little Rock - a city that he states isn't dangerous and doesn't have a gun problem - we were surprised at his failure to adhere to his own orders about presenting a professional appearance. Citizens and members of the Little Rock Board of Directors have questioned his continued employment. Humphrey's continuing problems with personal finances (we broke that story last year - click here to view it) that have no resulted in four lawsuits (and three judgments) against him and is an embarrassment to the city. LRPD cops have been fired for the same thing and it has prevent individuals from

Former Arkansas State Trooper sentenced to two years for stealing over $30k in a drug sting - It's not the first time he got caught messing with cash as a cop

Allen Scott Pillow   Russ Racop - April 24, 2021 Allen Scott Pillow, 56, of Paragould, AR, a former Arkansas State Police investigator and lieutenant with the Greene County Sheriff's office was sentenced to two years in prison and fined $15,200 on April 21st  after pleading guilty late last year to stealing more than $30,000 in government funds when FBI agents set him up in a sting operation in late 2019. Pillow was arrested Nov. 5, 2019, after the sting operation during which Pillow pocketed $30,400 in cash that he believed was part of $76,000 in illegal drug proceeds he had recovered from a planted rental vehicle.  The money was recovered the next day after a search of Pillow and his home. He pleaded guilty in December to one count of theft of government property before U.S. District Judge Lee P. Rudofsky. Rudofsky during his Judiciary Committee hearing in July 2019 According to the complaint, FBI agents contacted Pillow on Nov. 4, 2019, to request that he search a vehicle parked

LRPD Communication Director Kim Green called out as a racist by employee

LRPD Communications Director Kim Green with dodgy LRPD Chief Keef Russ Racop - April 21, 2021  A LRPD civilian employee at the call center posted on her personal Facebook page a scathing resignation letter she sent to the LRPD Communications Director Kimberly Green. The letter details several incidents that point to Green and other employees at the call center creating a Hostile Work Environment.     We asked LRPD spokesman Mark Nelson, who uses the alias Mark Edwards for a comment. We don't expect him to reply.  Stay tuned for updates.

Meet the Arkansas State Police: Episode 2 - Cpl. Christopher L. Aaron

  Russ Racop - April 19, 2021    Christopher Lee Aaron joined the Arkansas State Police back in 2012.     In 2017, Aaron was received awards in connection with him saving the life of a friend.                     Aaron, 38 (DOB: 09/14/1982) resides in Almyra in Arkansas County.   Aaron has been unlucky in love though. In 2019 his wife filed for a divorce alleging he had inflicted "personal indignities" and rendered her life "intolerable".  Aaron filed a counter-claim and he tried to get his child support payment lowered claiming the State Police pay was lower that what he was capable of earning so the court should not use imputed income as a basis for determining the child support payment amount. That didn't work out so well for him.    ###   Coming up next in Episode 3 of Meet the Arkansas State Police we will feature Major Jason Aaron. Major Jason Aaron