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Incidents reported to Maumelle police through Dec. 9:

Arrests

Edgewood Drive and Millwood Circle: On Nov. 28, Terry Roach, 40, of Maumelle was arrested and charged with DWI, refusal to submit and careless and prohibited driving. Officer Clifton McClintock said he was outside his patrol car at the EZ Mart on Edgewood Drive when a Chevrolet Camero backed out of a parking space at a high rate of speed and slid to a stop close to his patrol car, then spun out causing his tires to screech. After a traffic stop, he said the driver Roach’s “eyes were bloodshot and watery and he had a strong odor of alcohol.” After failing field sobriety tests, he said Roach refused to take a Breathalyzer tests.

72 Oak Forest Loop: On Nov. 29 Jeremy W. Boroughs, 29, was arrested at his home when Officer Stewart Bragg served an outstanding warrant for alleged criminal contempt of court.

10 Kingspark Drive: On Nov. 29, James Ernest Taylor, 38, was arrested on an outstanding warrant served at his home by Sgt. Dustin Ivey alleging failure to appear in court. Police said they also found outstanding warrants from the Miller County Sheriff’s Office and the Cobb County, Georgia Sheriff’s Office.

Maumelle Boulevard and Commercial Park Drive: On Nov. 29, Luis Santiago Hernandez, 21, of Lewisville, TX was arrested after a traffic stop and charged with possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia when Sgt. Dustin Ivey said he found six grams of marijuana and rolling papers in a plastic bag in a vehicle.

Maumelle Boulevard and Commercial Park Drive: On Nov. 29, Heriberto Mendoza-Mata, 19, of Tulsa, OK was arrested after a traffic stop and charged with improper display, no driver’s license, possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia when Officer Sterling Pruitt said he found six grams of marijuana and rolling papers in a plastic bag in the vehicle in a compartment under the center console driven by Mendoza-Mata.

Morgan Shell Station, Arkansas Highway 365 North: On Nov. 29, Bretteon Dean Cullum, 19, of Conway was arrested after a traffic stop and charged with possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia and failure to show proof of liability insurance. Sgt. Dustin Ivey said he saw Cullum at the Shell Station and he appeared extremely nervous and quickly got into his car, a 1996 Cadillac and left but Ivey said the vehicle did not have a license. When he stopped him, Ivey said Cullum was visibly shaking, telling him there was marijuana inside the vehicle. Ivey said his K-9 Razor hit on the driver’s side door and floorboard. Ivey said he found 8.6 Grams of marijuana under the passenger seat along with a plastic bong.

Morgan Shell Station, Arkansas Highway 365 North: On Nov. 30, Terry Joe Doshier, 46, of Conway was arrested and charged with driving on a suspended driver’s license, displaying false evidence of title and improper use of evidence of registration. Sgt. Dustin Ivey said he also found an outstanding warrant for Doshier from the Arkansas Department of Corrections for parole violation and a suspended river’s license. He was taken to the Pulaski County Regional Detention Facility.

Maumelle Boulevard and Riverland Drive: On Dec. 1, Nathaniel Rex Lyons, 18, of North Little Rock was arrested and charged with possession of Schedule VI controlled substance, two felony counts of possession of Schedule I or II and possession of a controlled substance. Sgt. Scotty Bryant said he found 40.9 grams of Clonazepam, 1.4 grams of marijuana, 44.5 grams of Adderall, 13.9 grams of Adderall and plastic baggies inside a backpack. Bryant said he passed Lyons on Maumelle Boulevard and Lyons put his hand over his face attempting to “conceal himself” from him. Bryant said he began following the vehicle and it eventually made a U-turn across a double yellow line and in the ensuing traffic stop, Bryant said the driver was so nervous his “hands were shaking.” Lyons refused to give consent to search the vehicle but K-9 Razor was brought in and “alerted to the odor of narcotics.” Bryant said officers found three prescription pill bottles with the name of the patient scratched off. Officers said they found 174 Clonazepam pills, 92 30 mg Adderall pills, 15.5 20 mg Adderall pills, 1.4 grams of marijuana and 69 plastic baggies.

501 Valencia Court: On Nov. 29 Page Lisa Perkins, 47, was arrested and charged with two felony and one misdemeanor counts of possession of drug Paraphernalia after officers responded to a domestic disturbance call and found a glass crack pipe, a glass methamphetamine pipe, three pusher rods and a straw in a Crown Royal Bag, a zig zag roller and a wooden box with rolling papers and hemostats. Sgt. Dustin Ivey said when officer arrived they found Perkins and her boyfriend involved outside in a verbal altercation. She agreed to a search of her apartment where officers said they found the items listed above.

501 Valencia Court: On Nov. 29 Anthony James Holloway, 27, was arrested and charged with an outstanding theft of property warrant from Searcy after he was involved in the domestic incident with Page Lisa Perkins. He was held at the Maumelle Police Department until Searcy police arrived to take him.

Maumelle Boulevard and Odom Boulevard North: On Dec. 2, Jean Elliott Bisbee, 32, of North Little Rock was arrested and charged with DWI, driving the wrong way on a one-way street and refusal to submit after Officer Gregory Roussie said he saw his vehicle traveling westbound on Maumelle Boulevard going the wrong way. When he got the vehicle stopped, Roussie said the driver got out and handed him his car keys telling him he’d consumed a pitcher of beer. Bisbeee failed field sobriety tests but when given a chance to take a Breathalyzer test he refused.

20515 Arkansas Highway 365 North: On Dec. 3, Robert Earl Green, 66, of Magnolia was arrested on an outstanding warrant from Brinkley police for alleged failure to appear in court. Officers were called to the Shell Station about an alleged incident there.

21419 Arkansas Highway 365 North: On Dec. 4, Richard D. Nash, 45, of North Little Rock was arrested and charged with DWI and driving on a suspended driver’s license after Officer Gregory Roberts said he responded to a possible drunk driver and found Nash “slumped down in the driver’s seat of a maroon Buick.” He said Nash could not walk or stand without assistance and registered 0.24 blood alcohol count on a Breathalyzer test. He said Nash’s driver’s license was suspended for two previous DWI’s.

Thefts

18 Leeward Court: On Nov. 29, officers responded to a burglary in progress call where the homeowner said he heard a noise and discovered a man standing inside his garage who took off running when he saw him. The burglar ran down the street and got into a tan Chevrolet Camero and left at a high rate of speed. A high-pressure water washer was discovered missing from the garage.

100 Commercial Park Drive: On Dec. 1, Kellie Hart, 47, told police a license plate was stolen off her 2002 Honda VCD motorcycle.

16 Cinderwood Drive: On Dec. 1, Linda Swayne, 60, a Crye Leike Realtor reported her Crye Leike For Sale sign was stolen from a home for sale.

Incidents

15 Toulouse Court: On Dec. 5, Robert Armitage, 64, reported to police that someone had thrown sheet rock mud all over his pool cover doing $2.850 in damage to the cover. Police said they found a five-galloon can of sheet rock mud on the other side of the victim’s fence. He also said kids were ringing his doorbell and running away.

48 Oak Forest Place: On Dec. 6, Clark Eppler, 35, called police to report his Christmas lights wires were cut. He said the same thing happened on Nov. 26. Police said the wires were cut with a sharp object like scissors.

Wendy’s parking lot: On Nov. 30, police said they were called to the Wendy’s Restaurant on Carnahan Drive where Ronald Milazzo, 64, of Maumelle said his 2011 Kia was hit but a hit and run driver while he was inside the restaurant. Police said the Kia had damage on the driver’s side doors of the SUV and found parts of a headlight from the other vehicle.

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