$5,000 reward for information on missing Miller County Man


The family of a Miller County man who was last seen heading to Texarkana 10 days ago has increased the reward to $5,000.

Eric Jones, 24, has not been seen since July 8 when he told his parents that he was going to Texarkana to do some scrap metal work at a mobile home park on Highway 67.

Jones drives a 2006 GMC longbed truck with California license plates.  He has a tattoo of California on his right arm and Jones tattooed on his left arm.  He is 5’11” and 234 pounds.

Jones lives in a fifth wheel trailer next to his parents house and according to his sister Lindsay Adcock it is not typical for him to go without contact.  “He calls my mom every day, even if he out and not coming home he calls and tells her.”

Anyone with information about Jones is asked to contact Investigator Wesley Penny with the Miller County Sheriff’s Office at 870-774-3001 or contact Crimestoppers anonymously at (903) 793-7867.


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