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Incidents reported to Maumelle through Jan. 25:

Arrests

20515 Arkansas Highway 365 North: On Jan. 17, Chasity Latisha Phillips, 32, of North Little Rock was arrested and charged with DWI, driving on a suspended license, false title, no license plate, refusal to take a Breathalyzer test and no proof of liability insurance. Sgt Dustin Ivey said he watched Phillips stumble into the Shell Station come out and try to open a Kia Sorrento which she eventually did then drive around front, stop at a gas pump then leave without getting any gas. Ivey said the tags returned to a Chrysler PT Cruiser. When he stopped the vehicle he said he witnessed Philips take two white pills and when he approached her she told him they were Adderall. Ivey said Phillips had “bloodshot eyes, disheveled clothing and she was upset.” Ivey said her driver’s license was suspended for a previous DWI in Sherwood and she had an outstanding warrant for alleged failure to pay fines. He said she registered 0.18 on a potable Breathalyzer test, failed field sobriety tests and taken to Maumelle police headquarters where he said she “attempted to spit” on another officer, then yell and scream at officers then be nice and polite. She refused to take a Breathalyzer test at headquarters, Ivey said. She was released to a Sherwood police officer who picked her up on the outstanding arrest warrant.

2002 Murphy Drive: On Jan. 18, Kyuan James, 23, of Little Rock was arrested on an outstanding warrant alleging criminal contempt of court when he turned himself in. Bond was set at $720 and he was given a court date and released.

100 Victory Lane: On Jan. 18, Allen Bruce Woods, III, was arrested an charged with criminal trespass after officers and the Maumelle High School assistant principal Sandy Williams had ran him off school property and ordered him not to return. Sgt. Dustin Ivey said he was found on the football field.

20514 Arkansas Highway 365 North: On Jan. 19, Gary Wayne Clem, 46, of North Little Rock was arrested and charged with DWI when Officer Laura Robinson answered a call about a vehicle parked in the grass next to the Waffle House passed out at the wheel. When she arrived Robinson said the car was locked, running and the driver passed out with his head down still holding a lit cigarette. She said she tapped on the window, Clem awoke, opened his door and took his foot off the brake and the car was still in gear and started moving towards a police vehicle parked in front of it. Officer Clifton McClintock leaned into the vehicle and used his hand to depress the brake and stop the car. Clem told police he had been at Visions Nightclub all night and came to Waffle House to eat then stopped because he was ”too intoxicated to drive.” Clem registered 0.107 and failed his field sobriety tests.

100 Millwood Circle: On Jan. 19, Avery Tatum, 27, of Little Rock was arrested and charged with driving on a revoked license, possession of controlled substances and defective brake lights after a traffic stop that also showed he had an outstanding warrant for his arrest on alleged failure to appear charges from Maumelle. Cpl. Debra Bagley said a search of his car found 0.800 grams of marijuana.

The Gables Apartments, Union Court: On Jan. 19 Candace F. Boykins, 29, of Maumelle was arrested and charged with possession of a controlled substance after the vehicle she was a passenger in was stopped in a traffic stop. Police said they found 0.800 grams of marijuana in a backpack on her side of the vehicle.

Maumelle Boulevard and Crystal Hill Road: On Jan. 20, Carl Aumann Schock, 49, of Maumelle was arrested and charged with DWI and improper lane change signaling. Officer Gregory Roberts said the driver of a 2003 Chevrolet Impala “was unsteady on his feet, had glassy bloodshot eyes and smelled heavily of intoxicants.” He said Schock failed field sobriety tests and registered 0.105 blood alcohol count on a Breathalyzer test.

20515 Arkansas Highway 365 North: On Jan. 22, Dana Jarshawn Hobson, 40, of North Little Rock was arrested and charged with possession of a controlled substance, driving on a suspended driver’s license and failing to register a vehicle after a traffic stop of his Lincoln which he bought last November but never registered. A search of the vehicle found 16.800 grams of a green substance in two bottles labeled “El Diablo.” Hobson told officers the bottle contained an illegal substance called K-2.

100 Millwood Circle: On Jan. 22, Sergio Williams, 30, of Maumelle was arrested and charged with alleged criminal contempt of court when he turned himself in. He was booked and held for court that afternoon.

Breckenridge Drive: On Jan. 22, Antonio Cartize Jones, 35, of San Rafael, CA was arrested and charged with soliciting without a permit. Officer Justin Woods said they received calls about two males soliciting magazines and found Jones who told him he was selling magazines for Ultimate Unity. Woods said Jones said he didn’t have a permit and wasn’t aware he needed one.

Breckenridge Drive: On Jan. 22, Michael Ali Bowman, 23, of Daytona, FL was also arrested and charged with soliciting without a permit. Bowman also said he was unaware a permit was required to sell magazines.

River Valley Loop: On Jan. 22, Price Williams, 47, of Bitely, Mi was also arrested and charged with soliciting without a permit. Williams said he was selling magazines for Certified Management and unaware a permit was required.

Thefts

194 Majestic Circle: On Jan. 11, Kevin Paskey, 48, reported the break-in of his vehicle parked in his driveway but he said he couldn’t find anything missing although the contents of his vehicle had been rummaged through. Both the glove box and center console had been emptied into the front seat but nothing was missing, Paskey said. He also said the vehicle was left unlocked.

25 Edgehill Cove: On Jan. 17, Lotonya Jones, 33, reported the attempted break-in of her home. She said the front door had difficulty closing and she later discovered the damage. Officer Clifton McClintock said there were signs of an attempted forced entry that was unsuccessful. Police said there was another residential burglary where thieves kicked in the front door similar to what they attempted with her home.

112 Cabanel Drive: On Jan. 18, Brodie Ward, 32, told police his Chevrolet Silverado was broken into and a $400 .38 caliber Smith and Wesson revolver was stolen from the vehicle but nothing else was missing. Ward told police the truck was unlocked at the time of entry.

3101 Club Manor Drive: On Jan. 22, Qui’s Salon reported the theft of services by a lady who paid her bill with a $1,000 check on a closed account at Iberia Bank. The woman paid not only for her services but also for several of her friends as a birthday present.

323 Maranes Circle: On Jan. 22, Michelle Cochran, 33 told police the license plate UAWBK was stolen off her vehicle. She told police she didn’t discover the plate missing until she started getting unpaid toll bills from Texas where the plate was attached to a Chevrolet Tahoe.

700 Burkhalter Drive: On Jan. 23, Amir Shahegh, 54, with Verizon told police an $8,000 White Lark box trailer was stolen off their property. He gave police video surveillance showing two men stealing the trailer.

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