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Incidents reported to Maumelle police through July 19:

Arrests

1501 Club Manor Drive: On July 12, Patrick Damon Bledsoe, 21, of Little Rock was arrested and charged with possession of a controlled substance. Officer Laura Robinson said she stopped a vehicle during a traffic stop and that Bledsoe “seemed very nervous, his hands were shaking and he was short of breath.” She said the driver told her he was on his way to Wal-Mart to cash their payroll checks from Wendy’s. But the passenger told her he’d already cashed his Wendy’s check. While patting Bledsoe down, Robinson said she found a plastic bag in his pocket that contained 3.4 grams of marijuana.

1501 Club Manor Drive: On July 12, Shawn Bolen, 26, of Maumelle was arrested and charged with felony possession of drug paraphernalia. Officer Laura Robinson said he was a passenger in Bledsoe’s vehicle (in incident above) and had a glass methamphetamine pipe inside of his sock at the bottom of his shoe that contained a white residue. He was taken to the Pulaski County Regional Detention Facility.

100 Millwood Circle: On July 13, Andres Ramos, 42, of Maumelle was arrested and charged with alleged criminal contempt of court after he showed up at Maumelle District Court with an outstanding warrant for his arrest. He was taken into custody and assigned an Aug. 7 court date.

50 Ouachita Drive: On July 13, Billy Daniel, Jr., 40, of Maumelle was arrested and charged with driving on a suspended license and no proof of liability insurance after officer Laura Robinson said she found a Chevrolet Silverado pickup blocking both northbound lanes of traffic on Odom Boulevard South and Ouachita Drive. She said the driver, Daniel, “seemed dazed and confused” and was “short of breath.” Robinson said the truck had damage on the passenger side and the guardrail also was damaged, and both passenger side tires were flat. She said Daniel told her he was “hallucinating” after taking prescription drugs for a medical condition, so she called Metropolitan Emergency Medical Services personnel, who treated Daniel, but he refused transportation to the hospital.

117 Audubon Drive: On July 19, Autumn Lyndsey Simpson, 28, of Maumelle was arrested and charged with driving while intoxicated and speeding. Cpl. Scotty Bryant said he saw a 2007 Nissan Altima traveling northbound on Maumelle Boulevard at a high rate of speed, which he clocked at 65 mph in a 50 mph speed zone. When he stopped the vehicle, Bryant said, Simpson had “glassy eyes and an odor of intoxicants.” Bryant said Simpson failed a field sobriety test and “nearly fell over and had to catch herself on the hood of the car.” Simpson registered 0.01 percent on a Breathalyzer test. Bryant said he also obtained a urine sample from her, which was sent to the Arkansas Crime Laboratory for testing.

Thefts

20710 Arkansas Highway 365 North: On July 13, Karyn Watkins, manager at Lake Liquor, reported to police that her employees had taken three checks from a 44-year-old Little Rock man for $6.90, $17.97 and for $17.87 on a false Arvest Bank account. She told police that the man left belongings he dropped at the store that indicated he was staying at a homeless shelter in Little Rock.

20710 Arkansas Highway 365 North: On July 13, Karyn Watkins, manager at Lake Liquor, reported to police that her employees had taken a $73.56 check from a 28-year-old Conway man that was written on a fake USAA Bank account.

20514 Arkansas Highway 365 North: On July 17, Lucky Uzonwa, 22, of Conway told police a man stole a $450 Apple iPad tablet computer from him at the Waffle House. He said he met the man to sell him the computer but the man ran away from him across the street and he discovered that the man had taken his computer.

Incidents

1 Country Club Circle: On July 12, Jack Wilson, owner of Country Club of Arkansas, reported $3,000 in damage to the Country Club of Arkansas entrance sign when someone broke two decorative globes off of the sign. The vandals also pried open the logo faceplate and stole 11 letters from the front of the sign.

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