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July 15

Roland Meyer, 24, of North Little Rock was arrested on charges of obstructing government and driving with a suspended license after police conducted a traffic stop along the 300 block of East Main Street. Police reported that Meyer gave a different name when asked to identify himself. Officers searched the white passenger vehicle and found identification for Ronald Myer.

Kay Gray, 29, of Little Rock was arrested on a charge of violating a protection order after police were called to a Jaxon Court address after police were called to the scene in response to a disturbance.

Shawn Cook, 58, of Cabot was arrested on a charge of DWI after police conducted a traffic stop T.R. White Drive in response to officers getting a report of a possibly intoxicated driver in the area. Officers administered alcohol-related tests to Cook and reported the test results showed the driver failed the three tests.

Terrick Washington, 36, of Little Rock was arrested on a charge of obstructing government operations after police responded to John Harden Drive in response to one of the area hotels reporting of a possible runaway. Police said they stopped Washington and he gave a wrong name and date of birth. He was transported to the city police station and fingerprinted.

Robert Wedge, 43, of Cabot was arrested on a charge of possession of methamphetamine after police conducted a traffic stop on a grey Pontiac Grand Am. Police observed the motorist driving at the intersection of Vine and North streets, waiting at a stop sign while there was no traffic. Police got behind the car and followed it to the intersection of Main and Second streets. As the vehicle made a right turn onto Main Street, police observed a white light emitting from the vehicle’s right rear taillight, which resulted in officers conducting a traffic stop at 416 W. Main St. Police said that Wedge got nervous and said he got lost trying to pick up a friend. Wedge had a flashlight sitting in between his legs. He was asked if there was anything in the car that police should know about. Wedge responded by saying he had a hunting knife at his feet. Another officer arrived at the scene and drug paraphernalia was observed. Police asked Wedge if they could search the vehicle and he consented.

Lisa Sauerwin, 25, of Cabot was arrested on charges of possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of a controlled substance (methamphetamine) after police responded to the Econo Lodge, 1800 John Harden Drive. Police said they received a call from an unidentified person who stated that there were drugs in Room 137. Police entered the room and found hypodermic insulin needles inside of an open purse. Police also found several needle caps in the bathroom area. She was read her rights and transported to the city police station.

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