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Local officers searching for five men for failure to register as sex offenders

(Source: Lawrence County Sheriff's Office) (Source: Lawrence County Sheriff's Office)
WALNUT RIDGE, AR (KAIT) – The Lawrence County Sheriff’s Office is looking for five men who have failed to register as sex offenders, according to Sheriff Jody Dotson.

According to Dotson, Benjamin J. Brickey, Michael M. Cowart, Dustin L. Jackson, Dennis L. Mullin and Charles T. Flanigan are all wanted for failure to register. Each man was last known to have been in the Hoxie area, according to Dotson. Brickey may be in the Black Rock area.

A sixth man, Charles E. Meeker, was taken into custody shortly after noon on Friday, according to Dotson.

If you know where these men are located, call the Lawrence County Sheriff’s Office at 870-886-2525.

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