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Arrests

Oct. 11

Dewania Coleman, 35, of Humoke was arrested on charges of obstructing government operations and no seat belt after police were conducting a seat belt enforcement program at the 1400 block of West Main Street. Coleman was driving eastbound on Main and was observed not wearing his seat belt.

Sarah Price, 21, of Jacksonville was arrested on a charge of theft of property after police responded to Knight’s Grocery, 315 S. James St., in reference to a shoplifter.

Devenare Smith, 19, of Jacksonville was arrested on a charge of possession of a controlled substance with the purpose to deliver (marijuana) after police arrived at Johnson Park to conduct community-oriented policing.

Oct. 12

Don Duchamp, 49, of Jacksonville was arrested on a charge of shoplifting after police responded to a report of a shoplifter at the Wal-Mart Supercenter, 2000 John Harden Drive.

David Qualls, 23, of Jacksonville was arrested on a charge of DWI after police were called to 3000 John Harden Drive #35 in reference to a domestic disturbance.

John Hughey, 23, of Jacksonville was arrested on charges of carrying a weapon, possession of a controlled substance (marijuana) and possession of drug paraphernalia after police observed a white four-door passenger car traveling southbound along the 1500 block of South J.P. White Loop Road because the vehicle had a defective right headlight.

Derrick Johnson, 35, of Little Rock was arrested on charges of residential burglary, theft of property, criminal mischief, and fleeing after police responded to 120 S. Elm St. in reference to a subject kicking the door open to an apartment.

Corey Sumler, 20, of Beebe was arrested on a charge of second-degree criminal impersonation after police received a report of a white male in the 300 block of North Elm Street after he crossed the railroad tracks at the old Center Street crossing.

Oct. 13

David Julbes, 23, of Jacksonville was arrested on charges of criminal use of prohibited weapon, aggravated assault, resisting arrest and vandalism after police responded to a call at his home at 408 Graham Road in reference to a report of a disorderly domestic disturbance.

Michael Biggs, 33, of Jacksonville was arrested on charges of aggravated assault, possession of marijuana, fleeing and DWI after police responded to 108 Central Ave. in reference to a fight involving three individuals.

Johnnie Carr, 23, of Jacksonville was arrested on a charge of theft of property (shoplifting) after police responded to a report of a shoplifter at the Wal-Mart Supercenter, 2000 John Harden Drive.

Chester Brown, 66, of Jacksonville was arrested on charges of DWI, left turn in the wrong lane and driving left of center after police were watching traffic along the 1400 block of West Main Street and Brown was observed headed eastbound and changing lanes without using a turn signal.

Wes Manuel Jr., 39, of Jacksonville was arrested on a charge of public intoxication after police could hear people yelling in the area of the 100 block of Central Avenue.

Slade Easterly, 20, of Jacksonville was arrested on a charge of possession of drug paraphernalia after police saw a man running from Dollar General on Military Road headed westbound and then toward Victory Lane.

Jamie Garcia, 31, of Jacksonville was arrested on charges of DWI Third Offense, driving with a revoked license due to DWI, careless and prohibited driving and no proof of insurance after police responded to a report of a possible drunk driver at 1700 John Harden Drive.

Teresa Beard, 55, of Camden was arrested on a charge of third-degree domestic battery after police responded to 512 Stonewall Drive, Apt. 310-D, in reference to a domestic disturbance.

Johnnie Sharp, 58, of Jacksonville was arrested on a charge of third-degree domestic battery after police responded to 512 Stonewall Drive, Apt. 310-D, in reference to a domestic disturbance.

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