Rutledge Announces Mobile Office Locations for February

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January 30, 2017

LITTLE ROCK – Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge today announced mobile office locations for February.

Attorney General Rutledge created the mobile office initiative during her first year in office to make the office accessible to everyone, particularly to those who live outside the capital city. In both 2015 and 2016, office hours were held in all 75 counties assisting nearly 1,300 Arkansans.

The Attorney General Mobile Offices assist constituents with consumer related issues in filing consumer complaints against scam artists. Staff will also be available to answer questions about the office and the other services it offers to constituents. Rutledge believes there is no issue too small for her staff to have a face-to-face conversation.

Rutledge continues her partnership that began in 2016 with local law enforcement across the State to offer prescription drug take back boxes. Law enforcement will be at all mobile offices to handle a secure box and properly dispose of the prescriptions collected. Rutledge encourages Arkansans to bring their old, unused or expired prescription medications to an upcoming mobile office.

For more information about services provided by the Attorney General’s office, visit or call (501) 682-2007. Rutledge can also be found on Facebook at and on Twitter at

The upcoming mobile office schedule is below:

Clark County

Thursday, Feb. 2

10 – 11:30 a.m.

Central Arkansas Development Council (CADC) Arkadelphia Senior Adult Center

1305 N. 10th St.

Arkadelphia, AR 71923

Garland County

Tuesday, Feb. 7

10:30 a.m. – noon

Hot Springs Senior Center

210 Woodbine St.

Hot Springs, AR 71901

Saline County

Thursday, Feb. 9

9:30 – 11 a.m.

CADC Benton Senior Wellness and Activity Center

210 Jefferson St.

Benton, AR 72015

Lonoke County

Monday, Feb. 13

10 – 11:30 a.m.

Betty Fort Senior Center

1 Newberry Court

Lonoke, AR 72086

Conway County

Tuesday, Feb. 14

10 a.m. – noon 

T.C. Vaughan Senior Adult Center

706 N. Division St.

Morrilton, AR 72110

Faulkner County

Thursday, Feb. 16

10 – 11:30 a.m.

Conway Senior Wellness and Activity Center

705 E. Siebenmorgen Road

Conway, AR 72032

Arkansas County

Tuesday, Feb. 21

9:30 – 11 a.m.

Stuttgart Senior Citizens Center

811 S. Buerkle St.

Stuttgart, AR 72160

Lincoln County

Thursday, Feb. 23

10 – 11:30 a.m.

Star City Senior Center

201 N. Drew St.

Star City, AR 71667

Woodruff County

Tuesday, Feb. 28

10 – 11:30 a.m.

Patterson Senior Life Center

303 W. Cache St.

Patterson, AR 72123

About Attorney General Leslie Rutledge

Leslie Carol Rutledge is the 56th Attorney General of Arkansas. She is the first woman and first Republican in Arkansas history to be elected to the office. Since taking office, she has begun a Mobile Office program, a Military and Veterans Initiative, a Metal Theft Prevention program and a Cooperative Disability Investigations program. She has led efforts to teach internet safety, combat domestic violence and make the office the top law firm for Arkansans. Rutledge also serves on the Executive Committee of the Republican Attorneys General Association and re-established and co-chairs the National Association of Attorneys General Committee on Agriculture.

A native of Batesville, she is a graduate of the University of Arkansas and the University of Arkansas at Little Rock William H. Bowen School of Law. Rutledge clerked for the Arkansas Court of Appeals, was Deputy Counsel for Gov. Mike Huckabee, served as a Deputy Prosecuting Attorney in Lonoke County and subsequently was an Attorney at the Department of Human Services before serving as Counsel at the Republican National Committee. Rutledge and her husband, Boyce, have a home in Pulaski County and a farm in Crittenden County.