Incidents reported to Maumelle police through May 10:
I-40 and Crystal Hill Road: On May 4, officer Gregory Roberts said he was dispatched to the I-40 Crystal Hill Exit to pick up Jamie Don Goff, 21, of North Little Rock who was arrested on a felony warrant involving thefts from vehicles in Maumelle in August 2012. Moody was also charged with possession of controlled substances after officer Brock Waldo transported him to the Pulaski County Regional Detention Facility and when he returned to his patrol unit he said he removed the back seat where Goff was sitting and found half of a Hydrocodon pill and half of a codeine pill inside a cellophane wrapper.
Maumelle Boulevard and Olympia Drive: On April 30, Dylan Nathan Poff, 31, of Maumelle was arrested and charged with possession of drug paraphernalia and driving on a revoked driver’s license. Officer Sterling Pruitt said he saw Poff driving and knew his license was suspended. Officers said a search of the vehicle found a used needle and syringe containing a white liquid residue as well as a blue tourniquet. Poff told detectives the items belonged to his mother. The contraband was sent to the Arkansas State Crime Lab.
100 Millwood Circle: On May 3, Vanessa Lewis, 46, of North Little Rock was arrested on an outstanding warrant alleging criminal contempt of court when she turned herself in. She was given a new court date.
20514 Arkansas Highway 365 North: On May 4, Lorie Ann Brown, 36, of Vilonia was charged with public intoxication and disorderly conduct after an incident at the Waffle House.
20514 Arkansas Highway 365 North: On May 4, Carla Leann Guffey, 42, of Conway was charged with public intoxication after an incident at the Waffle House.
400 Valencia Drive: On May 4, Glynis Roshell Lawson, 49, of Little Rock was arrested and charged with three felony counts of possession of drug paraphernalia, public intoxication and resisting arrest after police said they found three crack pipes in her purse. A resident of a Valencia apartment said she called police after a woman knocking on his door was acting strange. Sgt. Dustin Ivey said Lawson could not be still moving her hands and shifting from side to side. When arrested police said she resisted arrest, tried to pull away from them and Ivey said he had to take her to the ground to place handcuffs on her. Police said after her arrest they laid her on her side in the patrol car after she “began to hit her head against the cage inside the patrol car.” Maumelle Fire and Rescue and Metropolitan Emergency Medical Service was called to evaluate Lawson and treat her. At the Maumelle police headquarters, police said she “talked to herself and hallucinated on several occasions.” Lawson was taken to the Pulaski County Regional Detention Facility under a $20,000 bond.
7 Platte Drive: On May 5, Jeffrey Alan Jackson, Jr., 22, of North Little Rock was arrested and charged with possession of a controlled substance after police found 1.9 grams of marijuana when they answered a loud music complaint. Officer Justin Woods said as they arrived at the residence a 1995 Toyota Camry drove up and when four people exited it he said he could see a “large plume of marijuana smoke coming from the vehicle.” He said Jackson took credit for the marijuana claiming ownership.
Maumelle Boulevard and Riverland Drive: On May 6, Sherri Renee Mitchell, 51, of Little Rock was arrested and charged with fleeing, speeding, running a red light and reckless driving after officer Sterling Pruitt said he saw a 2002 Nissan Altima traveling southbound at a “high rate of speed” and running a red light at Crystal Hill Road. Pruitt said he drove his patrol car at 110 miles an hour before he started gaining ground on the vehicle and it came to an abrupt stop in the middle of the roadway. He said the driver began yelling she couldn’t get the car into park. Pruitt said he approached the vehicle and got the driver out, handcuffed her and she became “emotionally distraught and crying uncontrollably.” He said she was too distraught to give him a reason for her behavior, was treated by MEMS and Maumelle Fire and Rescue then transported to the Pulaski County Regional Detention Facility after she refused transport by medical personnel.
100 Millwood Circle: On May 8, Zachary Lee Berry, 30, of Maumelle was arrested on an outstanding warrant for alleged failure to appear when he turned himself in. But Pulaski County also had another outstanding warrant for probation revocation so he was transported to the Pulaski County Regional Detention Facility.
101 Carnahan Drive: On May 5, Mike Musil, 36, owner and manager of the Maumelle Sonic Drive-in told police someone broke into a storage she and stole a $750 red pressure washer and a $210 red gas leaf blower. Police said they found evidence of forced entry.
Sharkey Drive: On May 7, Ivan Sparkman, 49, 0of Dallas, manager for Panattoni Construction building the new Medline building told police someone entered his building and stole a $104 12-gauge extension cord and $250 in two copper leads even though a security guard was on site at the time.
100 Victory Lane: On May 7, Jessica Geurin, 37, an employee of the Maumelle High School said someone took her purse from the Media Center which contained several credit cards and other valuables.
200 Pine Forest Drive: On May 1, Thomas Lefevre, 25, of Maumelle told police someone entered his vehicle and stole an $80 Tom Tom GPS unit and a $20 flashlight two months earlier.
15 Bouriese Circle: On May 1, Fargo Wells, owner of a home under construction there lost a $3,000 custom made black BBQ smoker from the backyard. Real estate agent Sheila Parnell, 46, of Little Rock made the report. Police said they saw tire tracks where someone had used a fork lift to drive through the yard leaving ruts.
9 Wabash Cove: On May 1, Eric Desjardin, 37, told police he had paid a contractor, Billy Mounce, of Harrison, $1,800 to replace the floors in his home but has been unable to contact him. The name of his business was “The Store.”
400 Valencia Drive: On May 1, Demario Moore, 23,of Camden said his 2005 Honda Civic was stolen from the Bay Pointe Apartments.
100 Park Drive: On May 2, Ron Bailey, 41, of Maumelle told police a $300 sub woofer was stolen from his vehicle and while there police said they found a 2002 GMC Danali with a broken window and a $1,600 Macbook Pro missing from Kris Wilson’s vehicle.
401 Tuscany Circle: On May 2, Courtney Warren, 34, of Maumelle said four tires valued at $800 were stolen from Dasie Jackson’s back porch. Police said the home wasn’t fenced in and they found no signs of forced entry.
10 Yukon Drive: On May 3, Larry K. Zeno, III, 28, said a $400 Smith and Wesson .40 caliber semi-automatic pistol was stolen from his 2008 Ford F250 pickup truck. A neighbor called police telling them two black males parked nearby and ran towards the pickup and she heard windows smashing and saw the two men running back to their vehicle.
4 Canadian Cove: On May 3, Alana Bakke, 45, of Maumelle reported to police her purse was stolen from her Nissan Xterra. She said around 3:15 a.m. Her dogs started barking and she went outside to find a window broken from her car and the purse missing.
20514 Arkansas Highway 365 North: On May 7, Carla Guffey, 42, of Conway told police $40 was stolen from her purse she left at the Waffle House when police arrested her there.
110 Sierra Valley Loop: On May 7, Clark T. Huff, 30, of Maumelle said a $75 blue trash container was stolen from his yard when he left it just outside his garage.
110 Commons Drive: On May 8, Rama Miller, a pharmacist at the Kroger Store told police a fraudulent prescription was attempted to be passed at the pharmacy. The physician who allegedly had written the prescription was in the store and the pharmacist spoke with her and she told police she had not written the script for Percocet to that person. Police said the woman who attempted to pass the prescription left with a man in a light green Subaru before police arrived.
55 Hightrail Drive: On May 5, James Dale, 61, said someone broke boards off his wooden fence and he suspected they were attempting to steal his dogs.
1000 Union Court: On May 4, Tyler Dicus, 23, told police someone moved his 2009 Yamaha Zuma motorcycle and hid it in bushes near his home.
1100 Murphy Drive: On May 4, police were dispatched to Lucky’s Sports Bar and Grill where a black Chevrolet truck had been left blocking the roadway on Murphy Drive. Police said the truck, belonging to Vickie Wheeler was towed.
100 Edgewood Drive: On May 3, Reba Robinson, 44, told police her Oldsmobile Intrigue had its windows knocked out. She told police she suspected another woman with whom she shared a mutual love interest was involved.