Sebastian County sheriff says farewell

Sheriff spends 28 years in office, 36 total in law enforcement

By Max Bryan
SW Times Record

Bill Hollenbeck’s eight years as sheriff have almost come to a close, and he’s grateful for every one of them.

Hollenbeck is days away from stepping down as sheriff of Sebastian County, closing out 28 years at the Sheriff’s Office and 36 total years in law enforcement. Hollenbeck at his retirement reception Wednesday evening reflected on his time at the helm of the Sheriff’s Office.

“There have been a lot of good memories, a lot of sad memories. It’s flown by, but if I had to change it, I would not change a thing,” he said. “I’ve been so blessed by having a great family and great members of our department. We have a great law enforcement community here that truly cares for the community. To get to be a small part of it to get to lead these men and women? You couldn’t have asked for a better job.” READ MORE.

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