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Incidents reported to Maumelle police through Jan. 4:

Arrests

1601 Murphy Drive: On Dec. 28, Michael Charles Gilmore, Jr., 25, of Little Rock was arrested and charged with obstructing governmental operations and driving on a revoked driver’s license. Sgt. Dustin Ivey said he found a 1999 Ford Mustang stopped in a traffic lane on Maumelle Boulevard. The driver told Ivey the lug nuts came off the front right tire and he had no ID with him. He gave police his brother’s name and date of birth but later admitted who he was. Ivey said he had an outstanding warrant from Mayflower alleging contempt of court. He was turned over to Mayflower police.

Maumelle Boulevard and Edgewood Drive: On Dec. 29, David Blake Lands, 30, of Maumelle was arrested and charged with three felony counts of possession of drug paraphernalia, felony possession of a controlled substance and two misdemeanor counts of possession of controlled substances. Sgt. Dustin Ivey said he was patrolling on Maumelle Boulevard when he saw a black GMC truck stopped at the red light in the right lane and it backed up before taking off again. The license tag returned to a white Chevrolet truck and during a traffic stop Lands was a passenger but officers said they found a syringe. When he was placed in a cell at Maumelle Police Department, Ivey said he heard a clanking sound and found a spoon Lands had concealed inside his boot. Ivey then said he had Lands remove several layers of clothing and saw a “large object in his boxer shorts” that turned out to be a wad of toilet paper that contained pills, a syringe, cocaine, marijuana and cigarettes. He was transported to the Pulaski County Regional Detention Facility.

Maumelle Boulevard and Edgewood Drive: On Dec. 29, Jonnathan Douglass Breece, 27, of Maumelle was arrested in the same incident as Lands and charged with DWI, possession of drug paraphernalia, refusal to take a Breathalyzer test, improper use of evidence of registration and operation of a motor vehicle without license plates. In addition to the drugs found, police said they also found a .40 caliber Smith and Wesson semi-automatic pistol loaded with eight rounds in the 2012 GMC Sierra pickup truck. Ivey said Breece failed field sobriety tests and refused to take a urine test after a portable Breathalyzer test showed a blood alcohol count of 0.00. Both men were transported to the Pulaski County Regional Detention Facility.

Crystal Hill Road and Maumelle Boulevard: On Dec. 30, Megan Cole Donn, 23, of Little Rock was arrested and charged with DWI, refusal to submit and speeding. Sgt. Dustin Ivey said he saw a 2002 Toyota 4Runner with its bright lights on even though other vehicles were around which radar indicated was traveling 60 mph in a 50 mph speed zone. Ivey said Donn told him she’d just left Ernie Briggs Bar in Little Rock and was headed home. Ivey said he could smell a strong odor of intoxicants inside the vehicle and administrated a portable Breathalyzer test which registered 0.12 blood alcohol count. Ivey said Donn failed a field sobriety test then started cursing him and refused to take a Breathalyzer test, Donn was “angry and disrespectful” Ivey said.

119 Carnahan Drive: On Dec. 29, Christopher Withers, 29, of Woodson was arrested and charged with driving on a suspended license and possession of a controlled substance — 1.00 gram of marijuana. A search of his vehicle found the marijuana which officer Jeremy Newlin, Sr., said Withers claimed wasn’t his as well as a loaded magazine clip and several bullets but no gun.

Rolling Oaks Drive and Windsor Drive: On Jan. 1, Alex Cordell Stewart, 30, of Little Rock was arrested and charged with DWI, driving on a suspended driver’s license, disregarding a traffic signal and no proof of liability insurance. Officer Justin Woods said he saw a Chevrolet pickup run a red light and stopped the vehicle and discovered Stewart’s license had been suspended for DWI and he had an active warrant from Morrilton. When he smelled the odor of intoxicants, Woods said he asked the man to step outside the vehicle and Stewart failed on field sobriety test but said he couldn’t take anymore because he said he had a bad back and knees. Riding to jail in the back of Woods patrol car, Woods said Stewart “was very uncooperative and agitated” and “spoke to officers in a hostile tone telling Stewart “We were lucky he has calmed down in his older age because we would have to tase him or shoot him.” Stewart also told officers his grandmother recently passed away and left him $3 million he was using to sue officers and “get us fired.” Woods said a Breathalyzer test indicated Stewart had a blood alcohol count of 0.119. Stewart then complained he needed medication left in his vehicle so MEMS was called in and they transported Stewart to Baptist Health Medical Center with a citation and a court date.

54 Masters Place: On Jan. 1, Alan Hunter, 29, of Little Rock was arrested and charged with no proof of liability insurance, driving on a revoked driver’s license and failing to register the 2009 Nissan Altima. Officer Gregory Roberts said he initiated the traffic stop after a check showed the license tag having been expired.

60 Zircon Drive: On Jan. 3, Cecilia Dawn Hummel, 26, of North Little Rock was arrested and charged with public intoxication after Maxwell Howton called police to complain about Hummel, his girlfriend, walking around his house banging on windows and shouting loudly. He asked police to remove her from the property. Officer Sterling Pruitt said when he arrived he found Hummel sitting in her car “crying and reclining in the driver seat.” He said the car was not running and the keys were in her pocket and she smelled heavily of intoxicants. She told officers she had been at Bar Louie in Little Rock drinking and came home where she lived with her boyfriend. When police escorted her inside to use the phone to call someone to pick up up, they said she couldn’t think of anyone to call then became “very agitated and began yelling,” walked outside into the street and asked “which police car she needed to get into.” She was later transported to the Pulaski County Regional Detention Facility.

2002 Murphy Drive: On Jan. 2, Lona Johnson, 28, of Jacksonville was arrested and charged with alleged failure to appear on an outstanding warrant when she turned herself in.

Thefts

14425 Frontier Drive: On Jan. 2, Albina Campos, 32, of North Little Rock reported her bank credit and debit card was missing and had been used to make fraudulent charges of $491.47

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