Man Wanted By Rogers Police Captured After Standoff At Farmington Residence

FARMINGTON, Ark. (KFSM) — A man wanted by the Rogers Police was captured in Farmington by Washington County sheriff’s deputies after a 3-hour standoff.

Ronald Dean McCool, 46, was arrested after a standoff at 12849 Patton Road in Farmington.

According to an arrest affidavit from the Washington County Sheriff’s Office, deputies received information about 3 p.m. from the Rogers Police that a man with a warrant out of their department was possibly located at a residence in Farmington, according to a “ping” of his cellphone.

Deputies deployed a drone and were able to confirm that a car registered to McCool was in front of the residents. About 4:10 p.m., deputies and Rogers police set up a perimeter at Patton and Jimmy Devault roads before Washington County deputies attempted to approach the house.

A Washington County detective called McCool, who said he could see the drone and deputies approaching the house, “was very unstable and

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