Incidents reported to Maumelle police through June 14:
119 Carnahan Drive: On June 7, Tremel Deshun Hamilton, 24, of Maumelle was arrested and charged with criminal trespass after officer Casey Canady said he was dispatched to the Exxon station about a report of a man on the property who had been warned to stay away. The station had previously issued a no trespass order to Hamilton. He was processed at Maumelle police headquarters and transported to the Pulaski County Regional Detention Facility.
2002 Murphy Drive: On June 7, Rickey Patton, 61, of Conway was arrested when he turned himself in on an outstanding warrant alleging criminal contempt of court. Detective Laura Robinson said Patton was released with a new court date.
1701 Club Manor Drive: On June 8, Tyrus Kamans Chatman, 42, of Little Rock was arrested and charged with conduct constituting an attempt to possess drugs by fraud. Officer Sterling Pruitt said he answered a call from the Medicine Shoppe pharmacy about an alleged attempt to fill a “forged prescription.” He said Chatman told him he was picking up at prescription of Xanax and Oxycodone for his sister. In transport to police headquarters Pruitt said the man volunteered that he was “going to be real with me.” He then said two men, one named “Poochie” and another “June Bug” picked him up in Little Rock and allegedly paid him $40 to pick up the prescriptions, Pruitt said. The two men dropped him off at the nearby Dollar General store and he walked to the pharmacy, Pruitt said Chatman told him. He also alleged the two men were family friends and members of the Bloods gang.
100 Park Drive: On June 10, Guillermo Melendez, 49, of Hot Springs was arrested and charged with third-degree domestic battering and disorderly conduct, officer Glyneth Hicks said. She said police received a 9-1-1 call from neighbors who said a woman ran out onto her patio and yelled “help. Call 9-1-1.” Hicks said she arrived to find a 42-year-old woman who said she was Melandez’s girlfriend. She had scratches on her face, neck and left elbow, Hicks said. According to the police report, the woman and Melendez had been in an argument when he allegedly “hit her” and “choked her to the point of causing her to throw up.” Hicks said after arresting Melendez he “yelled and cursed loudly at officers.”
100 Millwood Drive: On June 11, Stephanie Renee Means, 26, of Irving, Texas, was arrested when she turned herself in on an outstanding warrant alleging failure to appear. Detective Justin Ferguson said she was photographed, cited and released with a court date.
Maumelle Boulevard and Arnold Palmer Drive: On June 12, Thaddeus Arkese Caffrey, 18, of Benton was arrested and charged with failure to stop at a stop sign, driving on a revoked driver’s license and obstructing governmental operations. Officer Jeremy Newlin said he made a traffic stop of a 2002 Mitsubishi Eclipse and the driver at first gave him a false name.
100 Club Manor Drive: On June 6, Craig Davis, 68, of Little Rock told police he’d played golf the day before at Maumelle Country Club, put his golf bag in his trunk and went inside to play cards with friends. The next day he said he was preparing to play golf again and when he checked his trunk his bag and all its contents were missing. Police said there were no signs of forced entry and Davis said he may have left his vehicle unlocked. The Taylor Made bag, an entire set of Taylor Made Clubs, a Gortex outfit, a range finder and other items have a total value of $2,300.
200 Millwood Circle: On June 8, Mrs. Bonita Young, 69, discovered her 2007 Dodge Charger stolen after Maumelle police notified her that Conway police had found several items of hers along a road in Conway. Police said they found the vehicle registration, pool pass, a USB cable, perfume and a bracelet. Missing and not recovered were her purse, credit cards, checkbook, a stethoscope, a diamond necklace and a pink nurses bag.
400 Valencia Drive: On June 8, Tiffany Hornes, 25, of Maumelle said her 2008 Mazda had been broken into and her purse and its contents were stolen. She said the purse contained several credit cards, social security cards and a gift card.
200 Millwood Circle: On June 8, Megan Fox, 32, of Maumelle told police her purse and its contents were stolen the night before when someone broke into her 1999 Mazda. The bag contained $150 in cash, a credit card, a checkbook and her driver’s license.
201 Commerce Drive: On June 10, Judith Barger, 65, of Little Rock, reported to police that a stolen check of hers had been cashed at the Arvest Bank in Maumelle. The check was fraudulently made out for $900, she said. She also said several checks had been stolen on May 16 from her Little Rock residence.
1000 Union Court: On June 11, Christopher Weaver, 32, of North Little Rock reported his 2004 Hyundai was parked at the Gables Apartment and someone broke in and stole his Tom Tom GPS device.
120 Audubon Drive: On June 11, a Bank of Ozarks employee told police that a woman cashed a $1,800 check at the branch which was later discovered to be stolen. Another women with similar looks also cashed a check at the same banks Little Rock location and attempted to do so at their Cabot bank branch but employees there confiscated her driver’s license and the check. Police said they tried several times to locate the couple the checks were stolen from withouth success.
100 Holiday Drive: On June 12, Nicole Murtaugh, 28, of Houston, Texas, said her 2012 Jeep was broken into and a $1,000 HP laptop was stolen that belonged to her employer, the U.S. Environmental Service. Police said the vehicle showed signs someone had gained access by prying the door open where it was parked at the Holiday Inn.
2002 Murphy Drive: On June 12, Keely Gray, 41, of Maumelle said a fraudulent check on her account for $6,500 was cashed in Springfield, Mo. She said in January 2013 her wallet was stolen out of her purse in the Atlanta airport. Police said they advised her to file a report with Springfield police.
12 Meadow Ridge Loop: On June 7, Lorie Lee, 47, told police she discovered her mailbox was damaged when she left for work that morning.
117 Audon Drive: On June 8, Dr. Kristy King, of Little Rock called police to the Walmart Neighborhood Market where she said a woman attempted to fill a fraudulent prescription allegedly written by her. She told police the pharmacist at the store asked her to verify the prescription for Percocet. She said she told the pharmacist she didn’t write the script. The women fled the store with a man.
110 Commons Drive: On June 10, Pamela Hall, 56, of North Little Rock told police her car was damaged by a hit-and-run driver. She said she noticed the damage when she came out of the store.