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Crime Watch

Incidents reported to Maumelle police through Nov. 15:

Arrests

20515 Arkansas Highway 365 North: On Nov. 8, Andrew N. Tayrien, 53, of Pine Bluff was arrested and charged with driving on a revoked driver’s license after a traffic stop in the McDonalds parking lot.

12005 Crystal Hill Road: On Nov. 11, Jay Winston Mabry, 41, of North Little Rock was arrested and charged with driving on a suspended driver’s license after Lt. Jim Hansard said he saw Mabry outside another vehicle that he had been involved in a minor traffic accident with. Mabry presented a substitute driver’s license given after a DWI that expired on Oct. 8.

100 Millwood Circle: On Nov. 13, Terra Leigh Boykin, 32, of Conway was arrested and charged with failure to appear in court.

Theft

55 Ophelia Drive: On Nov. 7, Officer Laura Robinson responded to a burglary call after Randall Townsend, 31, said several item were stolen from his garage including a Tom-Tom GPS device, a Ryobi chainsaw, a Black & Decker Toolbox on wheels with tools, a Black & Decker sander, a reciprocating cutter, three socket sets and a pair of ski boots. Townsend told police both the garage was open and the vehicle was unlocked. A neighbor told police she saw an older vehicle parked in front of the victim’s home around 1 a.m. with two men leaving with what appeared to be a suitcase. She said she thought they just had friends and did not call police.

Wabash Cove: On Nov. 7, Gene Caldwell, 68, told police a $600 Glock 600 semi-automatic pistol was stolen from his unlocked vehicle. Keys on the front seat and a shotgun behind the seat weren’t taken.

600 Union Court Apartments: On Nov. 8, Cynthia Arrington, 21, said a 47-inch Sanyo TV, a Compaq laptop computer, a HP printer, a Sony DVD player, a Sanyo 42-inch TV, an Xbox 360 and an Xbox Kinect was stolen from her apartment. There were no signs of forced entry, police said.

200 Millwood Circle: On Nov. 9, Jamie Tudor, 35, told police several textbooks and a calculator were stolen from her Ranger pickup parked in her driveway.

18 Chicot Drive: On Nov. 9, Max Halbert, 76, said his checkbooks were stolen from his home after he used them to pay workers.

8 Arnold Palmer Drive: On Nov. 7, Leonard McKinney said someone broke into his 2001 Pontiac Bonneville and his garage and stole 36 different expensive tools and items he had stored there.

5 Vail Cove: On Nov. 13, Aretha Proctor reported her mother, Aretha Hill’s bankcard missing and a $260 unauthorized transaction at Region’s Bank in Maumelle.

123 Hibiscus Drive: On Nov. 14, Robert Slaymaker, 68, told police someone entered his vehicle parked in his driveway and stole his Garmin GPS system. There were no signs of forced entry into his 2005 Ford Thunderbird.

12 Tara Cove: On Nov. 14, Brian Wheeler, 40, said a Sony 46-inch TV and his bowling ball and bag were stolen from his home. He gave police the name of a man whom he suspected who was renting a room from him.

Incidents

27 Stoneledge Drive: On Nov. 10, Sharon Taylor, 32, told police someone key her 2010 Dodge Charger and crushed its windshield while it was parked in her detached garage. The garage door was open, she said and the total damage estimate was $2,500.

2002 Murphy Drive: On Nov. 10, Maumelle Police officer Cory Pickard, said his assigned patrol car, a Dodge Magnum was left parked on the street overnight and t was struck with damage to the driver’s door. Police said they located a Black Chevrolet Avalanche across the street with matching damage but the owner told police it was old damage.

500 Edgewood Drive: On Nov. 9, the top of the plastic slide at the playground on Woodland Drive was found to be damaged from burning. Neighbors called Philip Rayburn, Parks and Recreation Director who inspected and said the plastic appeared to be melted from a fire.

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