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Board Member
Sevier County Fair Board

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Chief Richard McKinley

De Queen City Hall
220 N. Second St.
P. O. Box 730
De Queen, AR 71832
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Chamber board member, Shane Haarmeyer then introduced De Queen Police Chief Richard McKinley as the 2016 Citizen of the Year.

De Queen Police Chief Richard McKinley stated a Wal-Mart employee reported the store was the victim of a quick-change scam Wednesday, February 10th.
Area businesses are being informed to take extra precautions when customers purchase an inexpensive item with a large bill. Law enforcement agencies say an individual will target less experienced cashiers and then try to confuse them with a series of speedy money exchanges.
McKinley said if a cashier is given a large bill and the customer claims the cashier didn't them the right amount of change. The cashier should stop, close their cash drawer and call for a manager. He even suggested contacting a manager and counting down the cash drawer before another transaction is conducted, if necessary.
McKinley said the De Queen Police Department is currently working on identifying the suspects involved in the Wal-Mart incident, but wants all business owners to be aware of this type of scam.
McKelvy said both Police Chief Richard McKinley and Mike Van Houton of the street department announced they will be retiring this year.

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Police Chief Richard McKinley reminds citizens to check on their elderly neighbors, friends, and family members.

De Queen Police Chief Richard McKinley also informed the council members that his department had been granted $29,400 in funds to be used to combat underage drinking.

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SENIOR DAY SUPPORTER -Richard McKinley, left, was also recognized as a long-time supporter of Sevier County Senior Citizens Appreciation Day. The former police chief of De Queen, McKinley announced his retirement earlier this year after almost three decades in law enforcement. Throughout the years, McKinley has been an active supporter and organizer of the annual event to honor local senior citizens. He is also a member of the De Queen Lions Club and the Sevier County Fair Board.

Chamber board member, Shane Haarmeyer then introduced De Queen Police Chief Richard McKinley as the 2016 Citizen of the Year.
Citizen of the Year - Richard McKinley

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De Queen Police Chief Richard McKinley said his department and Idabel police, the Arkansas State Police and child abuse officials in Dallas are investigating the death.

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