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Incidents reported to Maumelle police through April 19:

Arrests

28 Weston Circle, Greenbriar: On April 10, Dwight McCullough, 28, of Greenbrier was arrested on warrants from Maumelle alleging five counts of theft of property. Cpl Amy Giompoletti said she served the warrants alleging the use of stolen checks at Lake Liquor in Maumelle. McCullough bonded out on bail of $3,225 through First Arkansas Bail Bonds.

800 Edgewood Drive: On April 12, Officer Laura Robinson said she arrested Kyle M. Tyrell, 22, at the E Z Mart after she recognized him and knew there were outstanding warrants for his arrest. Tyrell was charged with hindering apprehension and possession of a controlled substance, 4.3 grams of marijuana. After Robinson said she found the marijuana in his shorts pocket. Tyrell was taken to the Pulaski County Regional Detention Facility.

2002 Murphy Drive: On April 11, Taylor Shelton, 20, of Maumelle was arrested after she turned herself in on an outstanding warrant alleging criminal contempt of court regarding a failure to pay fines.

1000 Millwood Drive: On April 11, Kaseana Stubbs, 23, of Mayflower was arrested by an Arkansas State Police officer on an outstanding Maumelle warrant alleging failure to appear and criminal contempt of court and turned over to Maumelle detective Justin Ferguson.

82 Meadow Ridge Loop: On April 12, John Warren, 20, of Morrilton was arrested and charged with soliciting without a permit after complaints of people soliciting without a valid permit.

47 Oak Forest Place: On April 12, Danielle Jones, 22, of Concord, CA was arrested and charged with soliciting without a permit. Police said residents complained about solicitors for American Freedom Clearinghouse without a permit.

117 Audubon Drive: On April 14, Timothy Hefton, 25, of North Little Rock was arrested and charged with DWI, refusal to take a Breathalyzer test and violation of a restricted license. Officer Andrew J. Garber said officers were called to the Wal-Mart Neighborhood Store parking lot about a disturbance but the suspects had left the scene but Garber found the vehicle driving on Club Manor Drive. He said when Heflon got out of the car he had “bloodshot, watery eyes and smelled of intoxicants.” After failing field sobriety tests, Garber said Heflon became extremely emotional and would vary between being “calm, angry and crying.” After refusing to take a Breathalyzer test Heflon asked to be taken to the Veterans Administration Hospital repeatedly telling officers he “fought for this f____ing country.” On the way to the VA Hospital aboard a Metropolitan Emergency Medical Services Ambulance, Garber said Heflon kept screaming over and over, “What the F___ did I do to you?” and Who the F___ are you” the entire way.

Maumelle Boulevard and Commercial Park Drive: On April 15, Reginald D. Whitaker, 27, of Little Rock was arrested and charged with carrying a prohibited weapon, driving on a revoked driver’s license and for not having a tail light. Officer Sterling Pruitt said the Dodge Neon’s two passengers were nervous after he stopped them and Whitaker had an active warrant from North Little Rock police and a large knife in a leather sheath in his trunk. He was taken to the Pulaski County Regional Detention Facility.

100 Millwood Drive: On April 15, Gregory Wallace, 48, of North Little Rock was arrested and charged with failure to appear, criminal contempt of court, driving on a revoked driver’s license and improper use of evidence of registration, He was transported to the Pulaski County Regional Detention Facility.

2002 Murphy Drive: On April 16, Tavarius Smith, 29, of Little Rock was arrested on an outstanding warrant when he turned himself in.

Thefts

900 Edgewood Drive: On April 3, the Tobacco Store reported a shoplifting incident. Employee Greg Haydel, 50, of Maumelle said four $1.28 lighters and a $13.95 grinder were taken by a black male driving a 2002 GMC Envoy which is licensed to a Jacksonville man.

100 Parc Drive: Cole Isbell, 25, told police the rear window to his 2011 GMC Sierra was knocked out and a .45 caliber semi-automatic pistol, a .40 caliber semi-auto pistol and aviator sunglasses with a leather case were stolen from the truck.

100 Audubon Drive: On April 18, Janet Crafton said someone broke into her apartment and took her prescription blood pressure medicine, potassium supplements, prescription for Hydroclorothiazide, a bottle of diazapam, a bottle of synthroid, Allegra and Vicatin pills. Along with her purse and pills.

117 Oneida Way: On April 16, Jerome Farmer, 61, told police a bank card, cash and driver’s license and a black wallet were all stolen from his Dodge s parked in the driveway. He said his garage door was left partially open.

1204 Tuscany Circle: On April 16, Dustin Mize, 28, said someone stole a .223 caliber rifle, two 30-round magazines, a .44 caliber Taurus Judge pistol and a nylon gun bag. Several guns in a nearby vehicle were left untouched.

100 Parc Drive: On April 16, Karyl Bearden, 24, and Justin Frans, 25, told police someone broke into their 2005 Ford Escape by knocking out the rear driver’s side window stealing a $1,500 12-gauge Beretta A391 shotgun, a $100 turkey decoy, four turkey calls and a $100 turkey vest.

100 Commercial Park Court: On April 16, Meagan L. Rolland, 27, of Maumelle reported to police two vehicles had been broken into, a Chevrolet pickup by removing a window and a Toyota; Two Apple iPods and a pair of sunglasses were all that was taken during the break-in. The Toyota was opened, police said by a set of keys left inside the Chevrolet.

704 Tuscany Circle: On April 16, Lachelle R. Knighton, 21, of Maumelle told police a driver’s side door glass was broken to enter the vehicle, a 2004 Mitsubishi and her driver’s license and social security card were stolen.

100 Edgewood Drive: On April 12, Mattie Jefferson, 24, of Maumelle told police her 2006 Pontiac G6 had been taken without her permission by the father of her two-month old child. She told police he came to her work at Wal-Mart and made a scene and despite her pleas, took the car and the child.

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