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Incidents reported to the Maumelle Police Department through Aug. 27:
101 Bringler Drive at 16823 Maumelle Boulevard: On August 23, Tracy Gail Williams, 42, of North Little Rock was arrested and charged with theft by receiving.
110 Hibiscus Drive: On Aug. 22, Nicholas LaPaul Tolerson, 33, of Little Rock was arrested and charged with driving on a suspended drivers license, two counts of obstructing governmental operations, resisting arrest, disorderly conduct, felony possession of drug paraphernalia, misdemeanor possession of drug paraphernalia and felony possession of a controlled substance. Also arrested was James Kyle Pritchett, 27, of Maumelle for disorderly conduct and felony possession of a controlled substance. Sgt. Joseph Pool and Officer Jeremy Newlin were dispatched on a report of a man standing threateningly in the driveway of 120 Hibiscus Drive and refusing to leave. Upon Newlin’s arrival, Poole had made contact with the complaintant, Ron Davidson. Davidson said that when he returned home at 1 a.m. that he saw the silver Cadillac parked in the street in front of his driveway. Davidson said that he was unable to get around it and that when he asked the occupants to move, they got out of the vehicle and stared at him. Davidson said after a “staring contest” ended, the two men got back into their vehicle and drove slowly down the street. Davidson pointed out a vehicle and said that it was the one he had seen. Poole reported the man in the vehicle parked at the address was the suspect that refused to leave the residence. Newlin saw a silver 2002 Cadillac Deville with an Arkansas license plate begin to pull out of the driveway. Newlin began to approach the vehicle and it reversed back into the driveway. Newlin exited his vehicle to make contact with the driver, Tolerson. Tolerson exited the Cadillac as Newlin began to approach and began walking toward the front door of the residence. Tolerson said he was going inside the residence. Newlin told Tolerson he was not going to do that and Tolerson said that it was his house. Newlin gave Tolerson instructions to sit down, which were refused. Pritchett exited the residence and Poole arrived. Newlin asked Tolerson for identification and he refused. Tolerson said that it was his house and that he was calling his lawyer. Tolerson had a cell phone, keys and several unidentifiable items in his hands. Newlin instructed Tolerson to put his hands on top of his head because he was going to do a pat-down for weapons. Tolerson began pulling away and Poole and Newlin put handcuffs on him for safety. Newlin patted down for weapons, determining Tolerson was unarmed. Newlin asked Tolerson for his name and date of birth and he said his name was Nicholas, but he would not provide any further information. Tolerson began yelling and screaming to take the handcuffs off of him because he claimed he was at his house. Newlin told Tolerson he was under arrest for obstruction of government operations and Tolerson began attempting to pull away from the officers. Tolerson began yelling “help, they are trying to kill me! Help!” Tolerson sat down on the ground and Pritchett approached the officers aggressively. Pritchett showed to have a warrant for his arrest out of Little Rock and he was placed under arrest. Tolerson continued to scream that officers were attacking him. Dispatch reported 9-1-1 getting six calls from the neighbors from Tolerson’s screaming. Tolerson was informed that he would be sprayed with pepper spray if he did not stop resisting arrest. Tolerson complied and he was placed in the back of Newlin’s patrol unit. Police said they found rolling papers on Tolerson. Pritchett and Tolerson were transported to Maumelle Police Department where they were uncooperative, according to police. Pritchett began cursing, using racial slurs, threatening officers and banging the cell door continuously. Pritchett began making demands for phone calls and his release. Tolerson banged the cell doors and flushed the toilet over and over. Tolerson placed an entire roll of toilet paper in the toilet and flooded the jail. Tolerson was placed in handcuffs due to the destructive behavior. Tolerson finally provided his name and date of birth, but continued to be uncooperative. A PCP-laced cigar wrapped in tin foil was found in Pritchett’s shoe. SID detective Campbell was notified and he arrived at the police department where he mirandized Tolerson and interviewed him. During the interview, Tolerson gave Campbell consent to search his Cadillac. Poole, Campbell, Newlin and Tolerson went to the car where it was searched by Campbell. Campbell found three partially smoked marijuana roaches dipped in PCP, a brown lemon extract bottle with trace amounts of PCP and several small plastic baggies. Tolerson was transported back to MPD where he continued to speak with Campbell. Tolerson said to Campbell that Pritchett gave him a marijuana joint while driving in his Cadillac earlier in the night. Tolerson said he took a hit off the joint and he noticed it was laced with PCP. Tolerson’s speech was slurred and the PCP is the reason he could not speak properly. Tolerson and Pritchett were processed and transported to Pulaski County Jail. Tolerson was given a bond of $25,000. Pritchett’s bond was set at $15,000.
16822 Maumelle Boulevard at 0 Odom North Boulevard: William Avery Cummings, 36, of Maumelle was arrested and charged with violation of the Omnibus DWI Act, requiring insurance and not using signals for turning, stopping or changing lanes. While on routine patrol, Officer Justin Woods saw a gray Toyota Avalon with no license plate traveling west on Highway 365 near Highway 100 with its bright lights on. Woods got behind the vehicle, which failed to use its signal to change lanes near Rolling Oaks Drive. Woods put on his emergency lights for a traffic stop and the vehicle pulled to the right side of North Odom Boulevard. When Woods approached the vehicle, he said he could smell a strong odor of intoxicants. While speaking with the driver, Cummings, he said he had just left Visions. Cummings said that he was driving a work vehicle and he did not have insurance with him. After running Cummings through ACIC/NCIC, Woods asked him to exit the vehicle. When Cummings exited, Woods noticed he had watery bloodshot eyes, swayed while standing and smelled of intoxicants. Woods performed a standardized field sobriety test on Cummings then placed him under arrest for DWI. While walking Cummings to the rear of the patrol car, he said that he had drunk too much and he should not have been driving. Cummings was taken to Maumelle Police Department for processing. At MPD, Cummings said that he knew he had too much to drink and he knew if he took a BAC he would blow over the legal limit. Woods read Cummings his Omnibus DWI rights and he consented to take a BAC with a result of 0.10. Cummings was then cited and released to a responsible party with a court date of Sept. 24. Cummings’ vehicle was removed from the roadway by his wife.
110 Commons Drive: On Aug. 25, Artin Zadoorian, 35, of Sherwood was arrested for third-degree battery. Officers were dispatched in reference to a domestic disturbance in a parking lot. Dispatch told officers a gold Toyota Camry bearing a temporary Arkansas tag was driving around the parking lot and the male driver was striking the female passenger. Officer Hicks found the vehicle and initiated a traffic stop in the Walgreens parking lot. Officer Angrew Garber took Zadoorian into custody for domestic battery, third degree, read his Miranda Warning to him and transported him to Maumelle Police Department. Zadoorian was processed and cited with a court date of Sept. 24.
20514 Highway 365 North: Cheytyle Mae Bosely, 19, of Sherwood was arrested and charged with aggravated robbery and theft of property. Officers were told that Lonoke County Sheriff’s Department made contact with Bosley on a traffic stop. Bosley had two active felony warrants from Maumelle District Court. Maumelle officers picked up Bosley from Lonoke’s custody and took her to Maumelle Police Department where she was booked and taken to Pulaski County Jail.
164 Majestic Circle: On Aug. 27, John P. Bounkhong, 32, of Maumelle was arrested and charged with criminal mischief and criminal trespass. Officers were dispatched in reference to a suspicious vehicle. Upon arrival, Officer Andrew Garber saw a tan Lincoln Aviator backed into the driveway. Garber contacted the driver, Bounkhong, who said his organization purchased the property and advised him to move into the residence. Bounkhong was unable to provide any details of the purchase or any details regarding his organization. A representative for Woodhaven Homes, Gary Vaught , arrived on the scene and told officers he had spoken with the owner of Woodhave Homes and he was told that property had not been sold. Vaught and officers entered the residence to inspect it for any damage. It was found that the lower level rear door had been forced open and it appeared as though someone made an attempt to fix it. Bounkhong was taken into custody for criminal mischief and criminal trespass. While in the residence, Garber saw blankets, pillows, personal items and a Little Caesars pizza box on the counter in the kitchen. Garber made contact with Lemen Arana who said Bounkhong called her at approximately 6 p.m on Aug. 26 and told her he purchased a new home and to come over. Arana said when she arrived with her three children, Bounkhong met them on the front porch and had already been inside the residence. Bounkhong was taken to Maumelle Police Department for processing. Bounkhong was given a lawful order not to return to 164 Majestic Circle or he would be arrested. Bounkhon was cited and released with a court date of Sept. 24 at 4 p.m.
115 Scenic Valley Loop: On Aug. 8, at approximately 12:46 p.m, Paula Lambert came to the Maumelle Police Department to report a theft of property. Lambert said that some time from July 30 at approximately 3 p.m. to Aug. 1 at approximately 6:30 a.m., someone stole a work computer from her vehicle. Lambert parked her car at her residence at 115 Scenic Valley Loop. Lambert’s vehicle was parked in her garage with the doors unlocked and she said that the garage door ws left open on several occasions. Lambert said that she believes the computer was a Dell, however, she had no further information at the time of the report.
700 Edgewood Dive: On Aug. 8 at aproximately 1:47 p.m., Officer Casey Canady was dispatched to the Tobacco Superstore in regards to a person writing fraudulent checks. Upon arrival, Canady contacted the manager, Greg Haydel. Haydel said a man came into the store and wrote a fraudulent check. He said that the multiple fraudulent checks had been written with the name Scott B. Ford on them. Canady watched surveillance footage that showed a white man of approximately 60 to 65 years of age write a check. Haydel said that approximately $300 in fraudulent checks had been written in Ford’s checks. Haydel was able to give an address for Ford, which was 12127 Gabriel Lane in North Little Rock. An ACIC check showed the address Haydel had given him was valid.