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My name is Andy Schrock and here you'll find skate videos, family & lifestyle stuff, hi-jinx, and whatever randomness that I think is worth posting. For Busi...

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Mar 16, 2018 ... Circuit Judge Chris Carnahan of Conway ruled today that Andy Shock could run for Faulkner County justice of the peace even though he holds a full-time paid state job as a gubernatorial appointee to the state Parole Board.


Aug 10, 2015 ... Gov. Asa Hutchinson announced today that he'd appointed Andy Shock, the Republican sheriff of Faulkner County, to the state Parole Board to replace Richard Mays, who resigned last month.


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The Arkansas Parole Board is composed of seven (7) members appointed from the State at large by the Governor and confirmed by the Senate. Each member is appointed for a term of seven years, except that the terms shall be staggered by the Governor so that the term of one (1) member expires each year. Each member ...


Mar 1, 2018 ... The Faulkner County Election Commission (FCEC) called an emergency meeting for 3 p.m. Friday to discuss a complaint regarding Andy Shock's filing for the District 10 seat on the quorum court. Shelley Carpenter, who is the daughter of Shock's would-be opponent Johnny Brady, filed the complaint ...


Jun 16, 2013 ... Faulkner County Sheriff Andy Shock's personality, from his fierce loyalty to family and dogged dedication to law enforcement to his soft-hearted affection for developmentally disabled individuals, can be summed up in a sentence. “I think it boils down to being a protector,” he said.