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Incidents reported to Maumelle Police Department through Dec. 18:

Arrests

1200 Union Court: On Dec. 17, Felicia Robinson, 21, of Maumelle was arrested and charged with theft of services in conjunction with an Oct. 23 incident at Wal-Mart Neighborhood Market at 117 Audubon Drive. The police report indicated a $500 gift card was involved.

200 Pine Forest Drive: On Dec. 14, Derrick Desean Haynes, 27, of Maumelle was arrested and charged with criminal contempt of court after police responded to a domestic dispute. Haynes mother called police and told them her son was “argumentative” and refused to leave her apartment. Police discovered Haynes had an outstanding warrant for his arrest from Maumelle District Court.

Diamond Park: On Dec. 11, John Terry Carter, 51, of Maumelle was arrested and charged with DWI and refusal to take a Breathalyzer test after patrolman Shane Graham said he saw a suspicious 2011 Jeep Wrangler parked at the park and said Carter had a “strong odor of intoxicants.” While at Maumelle Police Headquarters, Graham said Carter refused to take a Breathalyzer test and he was charged with DWI 2 because of a “DWI arrest in 2011.” The Jeep was left at the park and not towed.

Maumelle Boulevard: On Dec. 15, Vickie Lynn Kita-Biggs, 48, of North Little Rock was arrested and charged with DWI, driving left of center, no signal and refusal to take a Breathalyzer test. Patrolman Sterling Pruitt said he saw a blue Kia SUV driving at an “abnormally slow rate of speed” change lanes without signaling and then go from one side of the road across to a turn lane. When he stopped the vehicle, Pruitt said the driver had “an odor of intoxicants” plus “bloodshot, watery eyes.” He said she told him she had just left Lucky’s Bar where she had two drinks over three hours. He said Kita-Biggs failed field sobriety tests and became argumentative telling him she’d “have my badge.” At police headquarters police said she refused to take a Breathalyzer test, was charged and released to a responsible party.

Maumelle Boulevard and Arnold Palmer Drive: On Dec. 15, Jonathan Redic, 26, of Maumelle was arrested and charged with DWI, speeding and refusal to take a Breathalyzer test after officer Justin Woods said he saw a white Chevrolet Camaro traveling at a high rate of speed and when he stopped him there was an “odor of intoxicants” coming from the vehicle.. Redic told Woods he was returning home from the after hours bar Discovery in Little Rock. Stopped around 5:13 a.m. police said he failed field sobriety tests and refused to take a Breathalyzer test at police headquarters.

Incidents

200 Millwood Circle: On Dec. 13, Nelson Dominguez, 29, of Maumelle told police his vehicle, a 2009 red Ford Flex with chrome strips down the sides, had been stolen during the night. He told police the vehicle which had a bullet hole in the windshield was left unlocked with the keys in the ignition.

2002 Murphy Drive: On Dec. 13, Shaunice Heard, 25, of Little Rock told police while spending the night at her boyfriends, Carlos Carpenter at 5 Millwood Cove her 2006 Dodge Charger had been keyed. She told police one of her boyfriends ex-girlfriends had allegedly threatened her.

103 Maranes Cove: On Dec. 13, Carl Shells, 49, told police he came home to find his mailbox damaged. Police said neighbors were surveyed but no one saw the incident.

14325 Frontier Drive: On Dec. 14, Chet Kantilal with America’s Best Value Inn reported that a 28-year-old North Little Rock woman spent the night in the hotel and staff discovered a refrigerator and a glass coffee pot missing.

100 Edgewood Drive: On Dec. 14, Keskie Bevel, 27, of Maumelle told police a Victoria’s Secret purse, two cell phones and several make up items that were left near an unlocked back door were taken from her apartment.

100 Bringler Drive: On Dec. 14, Rosalind Welch, 51, of Little Rock told police her purse and all its contents was stolen by someone breaking out the window to her 2013 Nissan Juke. She was at the retirement home visiting a guest when the incident happened.

100 Commons Drive: On Dec. 14, police were called to the Kroger gasoline pumps regarding a hit and run accident. Sharon Robinson, 52, of Little Rock told police a Pontiac backed into her vehicle while she was getting fuel. The vehicle that allegedly left the scene was found near the Kroger store and both the driver and a passenger denied being involved in an accident although the driver said she left the scene to avoid confrontation with the other woman. Police said the vehicle found had no visible damage and was a different color than the paint left on Robinson’s vehicle.

115 Commons Drive: On Dec. 16, Fe Yeatts told police she believed her wallet and its contents had been stolen while she was at the Walgreens store but she didn’t discover the loss until the next day when she couldn’t find it.

Lake Willastein Park: On Dec. 16, Marked Parks and Recreation employees notified police the newly planted sod near the pavilion at the park had been damaged by 30-yard long tire marks. Damage was estimated at $500.

100 Commons Drive: On Dec. 17, Kroger manager Greg Harris, 45, told police a 12-pack of Diet Dr. Pepper had been stolen from the store by an elderly lady driving a motorized chair through the self check out area. Surveillance footage showed the woman leaving in a 1997 Buick Lasabre.

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