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Incidents reported to Maumelle police through May 17:

Arrests

100 Millwood Circle: On May 11, Jason Dukes, 26, of North Little Rock was arrested on an outstanding warrant for failure to appear when he turned himself in. He was cited and given a court date and released.

100 Millwood Circle: On May 11, Debra Shepard, 50, of Monticello was arrested following a traffic stop on Odom Boulevard and Maumelle Boulevard and charged with failure to appear, driving on a revoked license and possession of controlled substances. Officer Sterling Pruitt said he watched her 1988 GMC truck turn in front of him and saw what appeared to be a small child sitting in the driver’s lap. He said her two small grandchildren were not properly buckled into child protective seats and she denied a child was in her lap. After confirming active warrants from Monticello and no active driver’s license he arrested her and released the children to an aunt. He said he found a bottle with 88 round and white pills labeled as Tramadol prescribed to “Elmer Paris.

20710 Arkansas Highway 365: On May 12, Travis Lee Pritchard, 52, of Conway was arrested by Conway police on hot check charges involving a $472 check to Lake Liquor Store and officer Johnathan Johnson picked him up in Conway and transported him to the Pulaski County Regional Detention Facility.

143222 Frontier Drive: On May 12, Percy Lee Green, 40, of Yazoo City, Miss. was arrested and charged with possession of marijuana and loitering after officer Sterling Pruitt said he smelled a strong odor of marijuana in his vehicle at the Quality Inn and Suites.

100 Commercial Drive: On May 14, Mark Andrew Odom, 32, of Jacksonville was arrested and charged with theft of property and forgery on a warrant served by officer Andrew Garber. He was released on a $2,500 surety bond.

11201 Edgewood Drive: On May 13, Chadwick Enrico Corley, 35, of Conway was arrested and charged with possession of a controlled substance, three charges of possession of drug paraphernalia, no tail light and improper lane change after officer Sterling Pruitt said he watched a Lexus southbound on Maumelle Boulevard with no license plate light merge lanes without signalling. He said a search of the vehicle found five round Clonazepam pills, three round Oxycontin pills, a glass pipe, mirror with a razor blade, empty containers with marijuana residue and a lighter in the shape of a gun plus $3,799 in cash.He was transported to the Pulaski County Regional Detention Facility.

100 Millwood Circle: On May 14, Lashondra Ware, 37, of North Little Rock was arrested and charged with failure to appear an criminal contempt of court on outstanding warrants when she turned herself in.

Thefts

2 Southland Court: On May 6, Betty Stephenson, 81, told police someone had kicked in the door to the garage behind her residence, currently rented to a third party. Police said no property was missing.

126 Orleans Drive: On May 10, Matthew Osburn, 32, reported seven checks stolen out of his mailbox. The checks were used at Arkansas Children’s Hospital, a dentist, AT&T and several local banks.

18 Victoria Drive: On May 10, Brandi Graf, 40, told police a dark colored Chevrolet pickup truck struck her fence doing $500 damage.

501 Valencia Drive: On May 11, Kimberly Garner, 49, said a $150 Garmin GPS device was stolen from her vehicle parked in the apartment complex parking lot.

501 Valencia Drive: On May 12, Dianna Nash said her apartment was broken into and White Diamond cologne, a Glucose monitor, a container of clothes and another bottle of cologne was stolen.

500 Murphy Drive: On May 7 officer Glyneth Hicks said she came upon a vehicle that struck a utility pole when it ran off the road. A passenger in the vehicle gave her the name of the driver who fled the scene because, “he doesn’t like the police. Police said they requested an arrest warrant for the driver.

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