Tuesday, May 3, 2016


On November 5, 2013 at approximately 3:30 p.m., on I-40 West near North Little Rock a truck with State of Arkansas tags was clocked by a citizen going 80 mph.

They made a complaint about lead-footed state employee.

Records obtained from the Department of Workforce Services reveal that the driver of the 2012 Ford Truck was driven by Thomas Jewel Morris.

Morris no longer works for DWS but is still working for the state at the Arkansas Department of Health as a maintenance technician.

Morris was in a hurry to get back from delivering supplies to the DWS office in Helena.

How dumb to you have to be to speed in a clearly marked state vehicle???

Why not call Tommy at the ADH and ask him: 501-661-2732.


Employees entrusted to operate a state-owned vehicle on the streets and highways of Arkansas are representatives of the State. Failure of the state employee to observe safe driving habits and the rules of the road reflects poorly on State government.


An Arkansas citizen observed a Department of Workforce Services at the Cold Stone Creamery in Texarkana, TX back on Monday, July 31, 2013 at 7:30 p.m.

The observant citizen saw a man and woman go inside, then come out some 20 minutes later.

As the vehicle license plate clearly states "Official Business Only" and a red state seal with the same wording is on both front doors, the taxpayer was concerned about misuse of a state vehicle and filed an online complaint.

According to records obtained from the Department of Workforce Services the vehicle had been checked out by Edward Millican, a training instructor.

Millican is no longer working for the state of Arkansas.  He moved to Bivins, Texas and is now a mailman.


Who was with Millican that evening at Cold Stone Creamery? 

Did he wife tag along with him while he was on "official business"?

Did he make a love connection while in the twin cities?

We say good riddance to Millican as we don't need state employees using state vehicles for personal use.

Monday, April 11, 2016


These are some of the other complaints about DWS employees misusing state vehicles that were are in the process of investigating.  

Look for more stories to be posted in the days ahead.

Thursday, March 24, 2016


On March 8, 2016 another DWS van was spotted at the Savers store on Bowman Road in Little Rock.

The driver Glenn B. Sergeant, Sr. was seen walking to and opening the van door. As he was unlocking the door he was asked what official business he was conducting at Saver.  He refused to answer and quickly got into the vehicle.

Sergeant is a workforce investment regulation advisor.

We spoke with the Savers store manager and asked if anyone there had a meeting with anyone from DWS we were told no.  A check with store employees revealed that no one meet with or spoke to anyone from DWS.

When we asked the Department of Workforce Services what official business Sergeant was conducting at Savers, we were told that there were no records or other information to provide information as to why Sergeant was at Savers.

The reason for that response is that Sergeant was not there on official business, he was goofing off and shopping at Savers.

State vehicles are only to be used for official business.

Sergeants personal use of the state vehicle violated the Arkansas state government policy regarding vehicle use and the Governor's Executive Order 10:14.

Personal use of a state vehicle can subject the employee to taxable use of a state vehicle as stated in the State of Arkansas Vehicle Use and Management Handbook, page 20, 15.0 Taxable use of a state vehicle.

Sergeant, by using the vehicle for personal use (shopping) damages the reputation of state employees and undermines the public trust in public employees and state government.