Kendall Rawls sworn in as new investigator for the Arkansas Department of Agriculture

Local law enforcement officer Kendell Rawls, formerly with the Bradley County Sheriff’s Department, was sworn in recently as a new investigator for the Arkansas Department of Agriculture.

Billy Black, Law Enforcement Chief of the Arkansas Department of Agriculture, swore in Rawls.

Rawls is a Warren native, a 2005 graduate of Warren High School, and has been a member of the Bradley County Sheriff’s Department team prior to taking this position with the Arkansas Department of Agriculture.


Photos from the Arkansas Department of Agriculture

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  1. Congratulations Kendall to you for your job. I have always heard good things about you. I know you will do well and represent the great State of Arkansas with dedication and distinction. Your grandad Jerry Taunton would be very proud of you.
    Kudos to you.
    Mike Lonsberry (Natalie’s dad)

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