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The following incidents were reported to the Maumelle Police Department through Oct. 16:

Arrests

100 Millwood Circle: On Oct. 7, John Scherry, 35, of Little Rock was arrested and charged with criminal contempt.

100 Millwood Circle: On Oct. 7, Trenton Jefferson, 26, of Conway was arrested and charged with failure to appear.

Woodland Drive: On Oct. 8, Will Clarence Looper IV, 21, of North Little Rock was arrested and charged with two counts of misdemeanor possession of drug paraphernalia. At approximately 3:09 a.m. Officer Gregory Roussie was dispatched to the area of Woodland Drive and Meadow Ridge Loop on a report of a red two-door Mercedes driving on the walking path behind Meadow Ridge Loop. Roussie and Officer Glyneth Hicks arrived in the area and began checking the subdivisions near where the pathe emerged. Lt. Scotty Bryan drove down the path and stopped his patrol car to listen. While Bryant listned, Roussie told him that he was watching a vehicle traveling down the walking path toward Bryant’s location. Bryan got out of his car and watched the Mercedes emerge from a dirt path that runs parallel to the walking path. Bryant ordered the driver, Looper, to stop the vehicle and get out. Looper complied and Bryant ordered the passenger, Rachel Prince, to step from the vehicle. While getting the subjects out of the vehicle, Bryant detected an odor of marijuana coming from the vehicle. Bryant performed a patdown of Looper and felt what appeared to be a glass pipe in his right front pocket. Bryant retrieved the item from Looper’s pocket and it was a multi-colored glass pipe that smelled of burnt marijuana. Hicks and Roussie arrived and Bryant informed HIcks of his discovery. Hicks checked the vehicle for illegal contraband and found a silver marijuana grinder with residue in the passenger side back seat. Looper allegedly uttered that the illegal items belonged to him. Looper was taken into custody and taken by Bryant to the Maumelle Police Department where he was processed and given a court date of Nov. 5. The vehicle was driven from the scene by Prince.

202 Majestic Circle: On Oct. 9, Justin Kyle Reeves, 29, of North Little Rock was arrested and charged with three counts of residential burglary, four counts of theft of property and one count of breaking or entering.

2002 Murphy Drive: On Oct. 10, Gregory Emanuel Seawood, 48, of North Little Rock was arrested and charged with criminal contempt.

100 Millwood Circle: On Oct. 10, Brandon Lee Armstrong, 28, of Conway was arrested and charged with failure to appear.

115 Audubon Drive Apartment 7: On Oct. 11, Barthalamew Phillips, 23, of Sherwood was arrested and charged with tampering with physical evidence. Officers were dispatched in regards to a black man attempting to use a fraudulent check. Upon arrival Officer Justin Woods found the subject outside of Hallmark. Woods asked the man to come into the store with im. When asked for some form of identification, the man said he did not have any, but Woods said he saw the man was holding his wallet in his hand. The man ten told Woods that his name was Barthalamew Phillips. Woods asked if he could look in Phillips’ wallet to see if he had any form of identification. At this poit, Phillips removed a check from the wallet and placed it into his mouth and began chewing on it. Woods attempted to stop Phillps from swalling the check so he did not choke himself. Woods gave Phillips several verbal commands to spit the check out and then escorted PHillips to the ground and placed him under arrest. Phillips did not comply with Woods’ commands and destroyed the check while on scene. Officer Jeremy Newlin then verbally read Phillips his Miranda warning and placed him in the back seat of a patrol car. Officers then spoke with Joshua Keith who was sitting in the drivers seat of a vehicle that was parked in front of Hallmark. Keith said Phillips asked him to take him to Hallmark but did not tell him why. Keith was very nervous and visibly shaking. When asked to exit the vehicle, Keith refused to do so until threatened with pepper spray. Woods asked Keith to place his hands on the vehicle so he could be pat down for weapons, but Keith would not comply with commands. Woods then forcibly placed Keith’s body onto his vehicle while Newlin held his hands on the vehicle to perform a patdown search. Due to Keith’s nervousness, evasiveness and refusal to comply with officers’ commands, he was placed into handcuffs for officer safety. Officers spoke with Keith for several minutes about why he was at Hallmark and what Phillips was doing. Newlin spoke with employees from Hallmark. Keith then gave written consent to search his vehicle. Officers found no contraband during the search and Keith was released without incident. Keith was given a lawful order not to return to Hallmark. Phillips was then transported to Maumelle Police Department for processing. City Attorney Janan Davis issued a bond of $10,000 on Phillips, who was then taken to Pulaski County Jail.

1201 Edgewood Drive at 16640 Maumelle Boulevard: On Oct. 13, Lyle Cunningham, 44, of Mayflower was arrested and charged with having no driver’s license, improper use of evidence or registration, operation of vehicles without license plates and lack of required insurance. At approximately 12:20 p.m., Officer Johnanathan Johnson saw a red and black Honda motorcycle traveling south on Highway 100. A check through ACIC/NCIC showed that the motorcycle’s license was expired in Oct. 2009. Johnson stopped the motorcycle at Highway 100 and Edgewood. Johnson made contact with the driver, who identified himself as Lyle Cunningham. Cunningham said that he did not have his driver’s license and no insurance for the motorcycle. Johnson saw a 2014 tab was placed over the expired 2009 tab on the license plate. Johnson asked Cunningham about the 2014 tab, which Cunningham then said that he just place it on the license plate so he could travel to Western Union. A check thorugh ACIC/NCIC showed Cunningham’s ddlicense was expired and that he had no previous endorsements to operate a motorcycle. Johnson arrested Cunningham for having no driver’s license. The motorcycle was towed by Blue Hill Towing and stored at that location. Cunningham was taken to Maumelle Police Department where he was read his Miranda Rights. Cunnningham said that he got the 2014 tab from a friend. The 2014 tab is registered to a 1998 silver Mercury and it was not reported stolen. The tab was removed from the plate and stored as evidence. Cunningham was cited and released with a court date of Nov. 12.

100 Millwood Circle: On Oct. 15, Kathleen Alice Churchwell, 43, of North Little Rock, was arrested and charged with failure to appear.

20710 Highway 365 North: On Oct. 16, Jacqueline Brown, 47, of North Little Rock was arrested and charged with shoplifting.

Incidents

173 Plantation Drive, Mayflower: On Sept. 18, detectives from Maumelle Police Department executed a search and seizure warrant on the property of 173 Plantation Drive in Mayflower. Detectives were assisted by members of the Faulkner County Sheriff’s Office and Conway Police Department. During the search of the property, detectives found one Heatilator Firebox insert. The serial number showed the item had been reported stolen from a residence in Maumelle. Detectives also found a Lennox firebox insert that had also been reported stolen from a home construction site in Maumelle. The fire boxes were partially installed in the newly constructed residence at Plantation Drive. Detectives found a Frigidaire stainless steal refrigerator that matched the description of one stolen from a construction site in Maumelle inside of a temporary storage container on the property. All the items were seized and taken to Maumelle Police Department to be held for return to the owner. Detectives were able to locate a barcode inside the refrigerator that confirmed it to be stolen. The owners of the fireboxes arrived and claimed their property.

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