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Crime Watch

Incidents reported to Maumelle police through April 12:

Arrests

100 Millwood Circle: On April 4, Regina Tillman, 44, of Little Rock was arrested on an outstanding warrant for alleged failure to appear and criminal contempt of court. Bail was set at $1090,

100 Millwood Circle: On April 5, Ramon Parker, 49, of Maumelle was arrested on an outstanding warrant alleging failure to appear in court when he turned himself in.

Oakridge Drive: On April 5, William A. McClain, 22, of Mansfield was arrested and charged with soliciting without a permit.

Oakridge Drive: On April 5, Dameron Ervin 26, of Madien, N.C. was arrested and charged with soliciting without a permit.

Oakridge Drive: On April 5, Kelcee Ann Conlee, 21, of Falmouth, Ky. was arrested and charged with soliciting without a permit.

Oakridge Drive: On April 5, Samantha Spigles, 21, of Berry, Ky. was arrested and charged with soliciting without a permit.

100 Millwood Circle: On April 6, Stella Dobson, 71, of Maumelle was arrested on an outstanding Maumelle warrant alleging failure to appear in court. Police said she was given a court date and cited out.

100 Commercial Park Court: On April 5, Joshua Michael Coldiron, 33, of Maumelle was arrest and charged with terrorist threatening by four Maumelle officers who served the warrant at his residence.

2002 Murphy Drive: On April 4, Terrel Wayne Reedy, 21, of Sherwood was arrested again and charged with three counts of theft of property for alleged vehicle break-ins and three counts of breaking and entering in the same incident. Reedy is still in the Pulaski County Regional Detention Facility for an earlier arrest after officers caught him in Maumelle. The new warrants were faxed to the jail and served on Reedy.

100 Millwood Circle: On April 3, Jarrett Wayne Strong, 22, of Little Rock was arrested on an outstanding warrant alleging criminal contempt of court when he turned himself in on the warrant.

2002 Murphy Drive: On April 5, Alpha S. Neal, 46, of Alexandria was arrested after a traffic stop and charged with criminal contempt of court, driving on a suspended license, no liability insurance and operation of a vehicle without license plates; Officers said when they stopped his 1999 Honda Accord they could smell intoxicants but a portable Breathalyzer test registered 0.076 blood alcohol content so he wasn’t charged with DWI even though his driver’s license was suspended for an earlier DWI.

Thefts

202 Tivoli Lane: On April 4, Stephanie Lamberth told police she and her fiance, Klane Hanson are in the process of moving into a home at this address. She said a neighbor called her to report a possible burglary around 11 a.m. the previous day.The neighbor said she saw a white female attempting to crawl in a back window and recognized her as a neighbor. Lamberth said a search of the home found the following items missing:a $2,500 white gold diamond and sapphire ring, a $1,500 white gold diamond necklace, a $1,000 white gold square diamond earrings, a prescription bottle of Xanax, another for Demerol and $20 in change. Police said the doors were still secured but a rear window had pry marks and was left open.

2 Hogan Drive: Lori Harris, 42, reported the theft of a red Razorback shaped mailbox. She said she saw a dark colored SUV in the area at the time.

500 Murphy Drive: On April 5, police were called to Kimberly Clark about an employee theft. Gustavo Valencia, 25, said his cell phone was missing.

1801 Club Manor Drive: On April 7, Christopher Felkins, 26, manager at the Dollar General told police $120 worth of trash cans, a small inflatable pool and $30 in makeup was stolen from the store by two black females shown police on surveillance footage.

550 Edgewood Drive: On April 8, Brodie M. Watson, Jr., 55, better known as Mayor Mike Watson, reported to police that his license plate was stolen off a trailer. He said he was unaware of the theft until a friendly Arkansas State Trooper informed him it was missing.

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