Incidents reported to Maumelle police through Feb. 21:
110 Commons Drive: On Feb. 15, Keithen Alex Mathis, 22, of Maumelle was arrested and charged with three counts of endangering the welfare of a minor and three counts of second degree assault.
100 Millwood Circle: On Feb. 12, Cassie Amelia Watson, 20, of Little Rock was arrested after he turned herself in on an outstanding warrant alleging criminal contempt of court. Bail was set at $730.
Maumelle Boulevard and Odom Boulevard South: On Feb. 15, Hector Arevalo-Otero, 28, of Springdale was arrested and charged with DWI, no driver’s license and reckless driving after officer Sterling Pruitt said he saw a 2002 Jeep Grand Cherokee traveling southbound in the northbound lanes of Maumelle Boulevard. When he finally stopped behind Walgreens, Arevalo-Otero said he spoke no English so he was arrested and taken to Maumelle headquarters where an interpreter was enlisted. The driver registered 0.182 blood alcohol count on a Breathalyzer test.
Maumelle Boulevard and Arnold Palmer Drive: On Feb. 15, David Royal Ferguson, III, 24, of North Little Rock was arrested and charged with DWI, two counts of endangering the welfare of a minor and operating a vehicle without a license plate after officer Casey Cannady stopped his vehicle for not having a license plate. Cannady said the driver failed field sobriety tests and registered 0.112 blood alcohol count on a Breathalyzer test. Two juveniles were in the car and they told officers they had smoked marijuana earlier in the evening.
Maumelle Boulevard and Odom Boulevard North: On Feb. 17, Albert McElhaney, 75, of Maumelle was arrested and charged with criminal trespass after a traffic stop for no current tags on his vehicle turned up an outstanding warrant from Faulkner County alleging criminal trespass.
100 Millwood Drive: On feb. 19, Prince Charles, 30, of Snellville, GA was arrested on an outstanding warrant alleging failure to appear in court when he turned himself in. Bail was set at $700.
760 Edgewood Drive: On Feb. 20, Tremel Deshun Hamilton, 24, of Maumelle was arrested and charged with criminal trespass after the E Z Mart complained about the solicitation of money in front of the business. Bail was set at $395.
Woodland Drive and Odom Boulevard North: On Feb. 15, Cpl. Clifton McClintock said he reported a streetlight out that had been hit by a vehicle. He said track marks indicated a vehicle left the highway, hit the pole and knocked it 8 to 9 feet. He said evidence was left behind with remnants of a black vehicle.
20 Tomahawk Cove: On Feb. 13, Taylor Albillar, 21, of Maumelle told police her photography equipment had been stolen over the weekend at Lake Willastein. A professional photographer, Albillar said she sat a bag down while taking photos and someone stole the bag containing a Mac Book Pro computer with a pink cover and stickers, a Canon Mark II Camera, 40 mm, 24 - 105 mm camera lens, a large black canvas camera bag and a Canon flash, all valued at $3,650.
101 Carnahan Drive: On Feb. 17, Mike Musil, manager of Sonic Drive-in reported the theft of $25 by an employee. He told police video surveillance showed the employee walking by the coin changers, reaches down and takes the money. However, when confronted, the employee denied taking money and said he reached down to retrieve a hat.
110 Commons Drive: On Feb 17, Peggy Blanton, 75, of Maumelle told police she was shopping at Kroger when a black woman approached her at the bread aisle inquiring about the best bread for a diabetic to take. Blanton said he noticed the wallet missing when she went to checkout. She told police her purse was open inside the cart and the woman was the only person she spoke with inside the store. The wallet contained $500 in cash, an American Express Card, her driver’s license, social security card and a silver wallet. While she was still inside the store, Blanton said her card was used to purchase $125 in items and an attempt to purchase $600 worth of merchandise at a nearby Wal-Mart was denied.
129 Deauville Drive: On Feb. 18, Carlos Madrazo, 43, of Maumelle reported that his identity had been stolen and someone had taken out credit cards in his name that he didn’t authorize.
133 Hidden Valley Loop: On Feb. 19, David Baker, 66, of Maumelle filed a police report that $100,000 in items had been stolen from his home. He told police that on July 19, 2012 he moved out of his home and sought a divorce from his wife, Diane Baker, 69, of Maumelle and his divorce was final on Feb. 14, 2013. He said when he returned he discovered $100,000 in missing items that the divorce decree awarded him.