The following incidents were reported by the Maumelle Police Department through Oct. 6:
61 Oak Forest Loop: On Oct. 4, James Michael Knabe, 34, of Maumelle was arrested and charged with third-degree domestic battery.Officers were dispatched in regards to an earlier domestic incident between Sara Moore and Knabe. Upon arrival, Officer Justin Woods saw Knabe walking around from the side of the residence to the front door. Woods instructed Knabe to stop and talk to him. Knabe ignored Woods and began to beat on the front door. Woods then yelled for Knabe to stop and talk to him. Knabe then turned and began walking toward Woods in an aggressive manner. Knabe asked Woods who he was, what he wanted and why he was there. Woods told Knabe that he was a police officer and he needed Knabe to come and speak with him. Knabe said that it was his house and he didn’t have to leave. While speaking with Knabe, Woods said he could smell a very strong odor of intoxicants coming from his person and Knabe appeared to be very upset and physically distraught. Knabe said his wife, Moore, had locked him out of the house and he wanted to get his belongings so he could leave. Woods told Knabe that he should leave the residence and come back when he was sober. At that point, John Noble arrived on scene and asked Knabe what was going on. Woods told Noble to leave the scene, which Noble allegedly replied that he did not have to and that Woods could not make him. Woods told Noble that if he did not leave, he would be arrested for obstruction of governmental operations. Noble and Knabe allegedly began yelling and cursing at Woods from the middle of the street. Woods told both men to stop yelling and again had to instruct Noble to leave. Woods told Knabe to place his hands on the hood of his vehicle and Knabe would not comply with the commands. Woods then had to physically push Knabe to the hood of his vehicle while Noble was in his own vehicle yelling and cursing at Woods. At this point, Noble left the scene. Woods told Knabe to spread his feet so he could conduct a pat-down search and Knabe would not follow the commands again. Lt. Joseph Poole then arrived on scene. Poole instructed Knabe to stop yelling and cursing while he went to speak with Moore. Before Poole could speak with Moore, Knabe began yelling and cursing again. Poole then placed Knabe under arrest for domestic battery from the earlier incident and put him in the back seat of his patrol vehicle. Knabe was then transported to Maumelle Police Department for processing. After processing, Knabe was taken to Pulaski County Jail.
100 Millwood Circle: On Oct. 4, Joseph Calvin Patterson II, 40, of McRae was arrested and charged with failure to appear.
1 Havenwood Lane: On Oct. 6, Lester Callan III, 24, of West Memphis was arrested and charged with public intoxication. At approximately 6:53 a.m., officers were dispatched in regards to a white man pounding on a resident’s door and trying to make entry into the residence. Upon arrival, officers made contact with Callan at the rear of the residence who said he was looking for “Paxton.” Callan said he was dropped off by a friend to stay with “Paxton” during the day to get some rest after drinking all night. Callan appeared to be under the influence of intoxicants. Callan visually had blood-shot and watery eyes, smelling of alcoholic beverages, according to police reports. Officer Brock Waldo made contact with the actual owner, Bahari Agalheir, who said he and his family were sleeping when an unknown white man started banging on the door and shouting “Paxton let me in.” Agalheir said he did not know anyone named Paxton. Callan was taken into custody and transported to Maumelle Police Department where he was processed and later transported to Pulaski County Jail.
15620 Maumelle Boulevard at 119 Audubon Drive: On Oct. 7, Tonya Dyson, 40, of Maumelle was arrested and charged with two counts of possession of schedule I or II substances. At 1:30 a.m., Lt. Scotty L. Bryant was running stationary radar on Highway 100 and Country Club Parkway when he saw a vehicle traveling north at a high rate of speed. There were no other vehicles on the road at the time. Bryan initiated his radar and recorded a speed of 64 miles per hour in a 50 mile per hour zone. Bryant stopped the vehicle which pulled to the side of the road and came to a stop on Audubon Drive. Bryant made contact with the driver, Dyson. While standing at the drivers side window and speaking to Dyson, Bryant said he detected an odor of marijuana coming from the vehicle. Bryant retrieved Dyson’s information and returned to his vehicle where he ran her name through ACIC/NCIC. Bryan returned to the vehicle and asked Dyson to step from it. Dyson complied and Bryant told her of the odor he was smelling. Dyson said that there was no marijuana in the vehicle and that he was free to search the vehicle. During the search of the vehicle, Bryant found a medium-sized cloth bag in the front passenger seat that contained several items. Bryant asked Dyson if the bag belonged to her and she said that it did. Bryant asked for consent to search the bag and Dyson consented. Bryant searched the bag and found a pocket on the inside of the bag. Inside the pocket he found a plastic cigarette wrapper and five blue oblong pills with the markings S489 60MG inside the packaging. Bryant also found an orange oblong pill with markings Adderall XR 20MG inside the pocket. Bryant asked Dyson what they were and she said that they were Adderall and Vivanse. Bryant asked her if she had a prescription and she said yes. Bryant asked her if she had the bottle on her and she said no. Bryant allowed Dyson to call her husband to see if he could find the bottles and bring them to her and he was unable to find them. At that time Bryant took Dyson into custody. Dyson was transported to Maumelle Police Department. After being read her Miranda Warning, Dyson said that she did not have a prescription and that the pills were given to her by someone that she used to work with. Bryant asked her if she would cooperate with narcotics detectives and talk to them. Dyson said she did not feel it was necessary to have them come and speak to her. Prosecutor Janan Davis was contacted and set a bond amount for Dyson at $7,500. Dyson was able to reach a bondsman, Kevin Reynolds of Kathy’s Bail Bonds, and she was bonded out. Dyson was given a court date of Oct. 8.
2 Prince Drive: On Aug. 1 at approximately 12:18 p.m., officers were dispatched tin regards to a possible burglary. Upon arrival, officers saw no signs of criminal activity. Officers contacted the owner, Goldie Neal, who arrived at the residence during the officers’ investigation. Neal said she was contacted by a neighbor, Sarah Perkins, who told her that her daughter, Dusty Neal, had been at the residence. Goldie Neal said she told Dusty Neal to stay away from the residence. Goldie Neal requested Dusty Neal to be banned from the residence if located. Officers contacted Perkins who filled out a voluntary statement. Perkins said Dusty Neal was dropped off by a white man in a white truck and began to gather things out of Dusty’s vehicle. Perkins then said Dusty Neal walked through the gate into the backyard and that is when she contacted Goldie Neal. Officers informed Goldie Neal to contact the Maumelle Police Department if she saw Dusty Neal on the property and contact the city’s attorney, Janan Davis, in regards to having Dusty Neal barred from the property.
9510 Counts Massie Road: On Oct. 6 at approximately 7:26 a.m., Sgt. Clifton McClintock received a phone call about a damaged vehicle on Country Club Parkway at Diamond Park Drive. Upon arrival, officers saw a silver Ford Explorer with two flat tires on the driver’s side. Officers could see tracks in the dew and roadway that suggested that the vehicle was traveling westbound on the parkway and struck the raised circular median at the intersection of Diamond Park Drive. Officers checked the area, but were unable to locate the driver or any witnesses. Dew had settled on the vehicle and the engine was cold to the touch. The vehicle was partially in the roadway so it was inventoried and towed to Frank Harrison and Son.
100 Commercial Drive: On Aug. 8 at approximately 1:32 p.m.., Officer Gregory S. Roberts was dispatched regarding a report of vandalism. Upon arrival he spoke with the complainant, Michael Hamilton. Hamilton said for “about a month” his vehicle has been damaged by an unknown party on several occasions. Hamilton said that his vehicle had been keyed, the radio had been stolen and his antenna had been stolen. He also found nails in his tires on five separate occasions. Roberts inspected the vehicle and found that the radio had been removed and the antenna had been taken. It also showed several deep scratches made by an unknown object. On the hood of the vehicle, the words “learn to park” had been etched into the paint. Roberts also found a nail driven through the front passenger tire of the vehicle. Roberts saw that the passenger door lock had been damaged and forced to allow entry into the vehicle. Hamilton said that at first he believed the damage was caused by an unknown party due to road rage at a different location, however, he changed his mind and said another resident in the apartment complex must be at fault. Hamilton believes this due to the ongoing nature of the crimes. Roberts told Hamilton to be sure to inform the police department if any further damage is done to his property. Hamilton has been given a garage to keep his vehicle in by the apartment management to prevent further damage.
131 Limoges Court: On Aug. 10 at approximately 3:05 p.m., Officer Gregory S. Roberts was dispatched for a report of an attempt of theft of property. Upon arrival he spoke with the complainant, Stephanie Lamberth. Lamberth said that her ex -boyfriend, Klane Hanson, had attempted to steal her credit card. Lamberth was informed by her credit card company that someone had changed the address listed on her card on July 16 to Hilldale Road in Alexander. The addresss was changed to a residence she had previously shared with Hanson. On July 31 a request was made to send a new card to that address. Lamberth said that Hanson was the only other person that lived at that residence and he had access to her personal information. Lamberth was able to intercept the new credit card before it could be used.
101 Pine Forest Drive Apartment E17: On Oct. 5 at approximately 4:52 p.m., officers were dispatched in regards to a theft of property report. Upon arrival, officers made contact with Shirley Smith. Smith said that somewhere between Sept. 1 and Sept. 8, she had some jewelry and belongings stolen from her apartment. She said she waited to file a report because she was trying to find the missing items. She also said during the period, she was having her apartment remodeled and there were several workers going in and out of the apartment. She said there were no signs that someone had forced their way into the apartment. The items she noticed missing included a $200 Kodak digital camera, a $3,950 ruby and diamond ring, a $2,995 pair of diamond earrings and a portable heater. Smith said she did not have suspects at the time of the report.