The following incidents were reported to the Maumelle Police Department through Nov. 3:
2 Oak Forest Lane: On Oct. 29, Dusty Neal, 27, of Maumelle was charged with theft by receiving. Officer Brock Waldo picked Neal up from Pulaski County Circuit Court on a warrant from the Maumelle District Court. Neal was taken to Maumelle Police Department where she was processed and transported to Maumelle District Court.
100 Millwood Circle: On Oct. 30, Sharon Gail Carroll, 50, of Maumelle was arrested and charged with failure to appear.
100 Millwood Circle: On Oct. 30, Nicholas Pruss, 39, of North Little Rock, was arrested and charged with failure to appear.
116 Manitou Drive: On Oct. 31, Gina Montgomery Boyd, 34, of Maumelle was arrested and charged with violation of the Omnibus DWI Act, refusal to submit, fleeing, speeding, turning at an intersection, signals, hazardous driving and failure to yield for an an emergency vehicle. At 11:51 p.m. while driving southbound on Club Manor Drive, Officer Sterling Pruitt said he saw a green Ford Expedition cross the center line. Pruitt then followed the vehicle and paced the vehicle at approximately 39 mph. The vehicle then stopped at the intersection of Club Manor Drive and Odom Boulevard. The vehicle hesitated and then made a wide right turn into the inside lane of Odom Boulevard without using a turn signal, Pruitt said. The vehicle continued westbound on Odom Boulevard and crossed the center line again. Pruitt initiated his emergency lights and the vehicle continued to drive without showing any signs of yielding Pruitt initiated his siren and the vehicle continued. The vehicle made a left turn onto Manitou Drive and continued. At this time Pruitt told dispatch via radio that he was in pursuit. The vehicle stopped momentarily in front of 114 Manitou Drive, however, it then continued shortly before stopping in front of 116 Manitou Drive. Pruitt approached the vehicle and asked the driver, Boyd, to step out of the vehicle. Pruitt ascertained that Boyd was not a threat and recognized her from past incidents at her residence. Pruitt asked Boyd to step to the back of the vehicle where Officer Andrew Garber was waiting. Garber took Boyd into custody at that time. Pruitt then made contact with the passenger, Michael Boyd. Pruitt ordered Mr. Boyd to step to the front of the car where he was patted down and then detained pending investigation. Pruitt then spoke to Ms. Boyd who he read a Miranda warning to. Ms. Boyd had watery, bloodshot eyes and there was an odor of intoxicants emitting from the vehicle, he said. A search of the vehicle uncovered an open and cold Bud Light bottle in the rear of the vehicle. Ms. Boyd was placed in the back of Garber’s patrol car. The Ford Expedition was towed from the scene by Harrison Towing and Mr. Boyd was given a ride home by Officer Canady due to his apparent intoxication. At the department, Ms. Boyd refused to get out of Garber’s patrol car. However, after speaking with her, she complied. Ms. Boyd then complained that she was suffering from back pain due to being handcuffed while in the vehicle. MEMS/MFD responded and evaluated Ms. Boyd. She refused any treatment. When asked Ms. Boyd said that she had three beers but then later said she was not drinking. Ms. Boyd was verbally combative and said that she was “just being an ass.” Ms. Boyd was also emotional, going from angry to crying throughout the booking process. Ms. Boyd refused to participate in any field sobriety test and she refused to cooperate with the DWI Rights reading by Garber. Ms. Boyd was observed for 20 minutes by Garber, however, she refused to provide a sample of her breath. Ms.Boyd was transported to Pulaski County Jail.
100 Millwood Circle: On Oct. 31, Jerry Michael Foreman II, 27, of Plummerville was arrested and charged with criminal contempt.
100 Millwood Circle: On Oct. 31, Raymond Dinardo, 55, of Maumelle was arrested and charged with failure to pay rent or vacate.
200 Millwood Circle Apartment 213: On Oct. 31, Douglas Heflin, 35, of Atkins was arrested and charged with two counts of first degree criminal mischief and harassment. Atkins Police Department advised they had picked up Heflin for an active no bond warrant out of Maumelle Police Department. Atkins Police Department said they would take Heflin to Pope County Jail to hold for pick up. At approximately 9:15 p.m., Officer Casey Canady went to Pope County and picked up Heflin, transporting him to Maumelle Police Department for processing. After processing, Heflin was taken to Pulaski County Jail.
2002 Murphy Drive: On Nov. 1, Gwendolyn Lashall Champ, 34, of Little Rock was arrested and charged with criminal contempt.
100 Millwood Circle: On Nov. 2, Michael Ryne Wood, 27, of Maumelle was arrested and charged with failure to appear.
101 Pine Forest Drive at 1100 Edgewood Drive: On Nov. 3, Mark Andrew Odom, 33, of Jacksonville was arrested and charged with possession of 4 ounces or less of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia and no tail lamps or reflectors. At approximately 12:51 a.m., Officer Andrew Garber saw a black GMC Yukon traveling north on Highway 100 with the left tail light out. Garber stopped the vehicle and made contact with Odom. Odom showed to have an extensive criminal history, including drug charges. Garber asked Odom to step from the vehicle to speak and then asked Odom if there was anything illegal in the vehicle, which Odom said there was not. Garber then asked Odom for consent to search his vehicle , which Odom gave. Officer Gregory Roberts asked the passenger, Kristina Sedberry, to step from the vehicle. Roberts then began searching the vehicle and told Garber that he found two marijuana roaches in a black ashtray in the front of the vehicle. It was at this time Odom was taken into custody and given his Miranda Warning. Odom claimed possession of the two marijuana roaches and the rolling papers. Odom was placed in the back seat of Garber’s patrol vehicle and transported to Maumelle Police Department for processing. Sedberry was released on the scene without charges and took possession of the vehicle. Once at MPD, the marijuana roaches were weighted, secured and placed into an evidence locker. Odom was processed, cited and released with a court date of Dec. 3.
123 Miramar Drive: On Oct. 30 at approximately 10:44 a.m., Officer Jeremy Newlin was dispatched on a report of a car break-in. Upon Newlin’s arrival, he spoke with Lauren Lafferty. Lafferty said that on Oct 29 at approximately 10 p.m., she parked her gold 2001 Toyota Camry in front of her house and it was locked. Lafferty said on Oct. 30 at approximately 7 a.m., she returned to her car and noticed the doors were unlocked and the rear passenger’s side window was down. Lafferty said her blue I-Pod and three of her nursing books were missing. Lafferty admitted she has been having problems with the motor in her rear passenger side window Lafferty said she has to use tape on the window in order to keep the window up.
25 Oak Forest Place: On Oct. 31 at around 6:46 p.m., Officer Gregory Roberts was dispatched for a reported theft. The resident, George Thomas, said that his new iPad was stolen. Thomas said that only his two friends, Michael Wood and Susan Perrymore, had known that he had the iPad and were the only two people in his home since he had purchased it. Thomas said that the iPad had been stolen between the hours of 4:30 p.m. and 6 p.m., possibly while he was gone to surgery.
117 Audubon Drive: On Nov. 2 at approximately 12:15 p.m., Officer Justin Woods was dispatched to Walmart Neighborhood Market in regards to a theft. Upon arrival, Woods spoke with the assistant manager, Jasmine Brown. Brown said that at approximately 11:20 a.m. an unknown black man wearing a light blue shirt, khaki pants and a ball cap came into the store and stole several items. Brown showed Woods the video of the man getting a cart and putting several packages of bacon, ribs, chicken wings and beer in his cart before leaving. The man took the items to his vehicle and left in an unknown direction. Brown said she was notified by another employee of the theft and she attempted to stop the subject in the parking lot, but was unable to. Brown said she was notified by another employee of the theft and she attempted to stop the man in the parking lot, but was unable to. Brown said she was unsure of the total number of each item stolen and said she believed more items were stolen than just the ones listed. Brown was unable to make a copy of the video, but said she would have her manager make a copy of the video when she came back to work.