Incidents reported to Maumelle police through Feb. 14:
Maumelle Boulevard and Arkansas Highway 365 North: On Feb. 2, Kevin Johnson, 44, of North Little Rock was arrested after his 2002 Chevrolet Impala slid out of control and into a block wall. Officer Brock Waldo said when he checked on the accident he discovered Johnson had active arrest warrants from North Little Rock so he was transferred to North Little Rock.
2002 Murphy Drive: On Feb. 3, Daniel Rios, 38, of Cabot was arrested by Jacksonville police who discovered arrest warrants from Maumelle. Maumelle officer Brock Waldo picked him up from Jacksonville on a warrant for contempt of court. During processing in Maumelle Waldo said he found a Clonazepam in Rios’ sweat pants and a broken glass pipe in a backpack. Waldo said he was charged with possession of controlled substances and possession of drug paraphernalia and taken to the Pulaski County Regional Detention facility.
199 Deaville Drive: On Feb. 3, Tamara Valley, 36 and Orson Valley, 40, told police someone had kicked in their front door and burglarized the home. Police said when they responded the garage door was up and an outside door was open as well so officers searched and secured the home. The homeowners said a $400 Toshiba laptop computer; a $500 jewelry box, a checkbook and an AT&T cell phone were taken.
7 Sharondale Place: On Jan. 30, Maumelle police responded to a call of a burglary in progress and found the front door kicked in so hard the door knob was lodged into the wall. The homeowner couldn’t find anything at the time that was missing.
28 Kingspark Drive: On Jan. 30, Beverly Wofford, 48, said she was asleep in her family’s home when she heard a front exterior window being broken by a blunt object but they did not attempt to enter the broken window and nothing was taken in the incident.
Odom Boulevard North and Woodland Drive: On Jan. 29, Roy Gordon, an AT&T employee discovered $1,000 in copper generator cable missing from an AT&T service box, Police said someone had cut the cables on a portable generator to retrieve the copper.
1100 Union Court: On Jan. 31, Jonathon Grooms, 25, said he left his 2005 Chevrolet unattended in front of his apartment and returned home at 6:05 a.m. to find the driver side front window broken but nothing was missing.
106 Vienne Place: On Jan. 31, Meaghan Lenigan, 29, told police she noticed suspicious activity on her bank account. She said 20 checks were stolen when she moved to Maumelle. Checks with her signature forged were used at Kroger last December to buy $280.47 and then $104.50 in groceries. Two payments were also made to AT&T for $481 and $399.18. She told police she didn’t know anyone who might have taken the checks.
20515 Arkansas Highway 365 North: On Feb. 1, the Shell station said a man attempted to pay for gasoline with four counterfeit $20 bills. Police said they talked to Albert Crowe, 41, of Haskell, Okla., who gave them the four $20 bills in question telling them he got them at Arvest Bank in Grove, Okla. and he and his family were traveling to Mississippi for a family funeral.
100 Park Drive: On Feb. 1, Tanya Cumming, 39, of Maumelle and her boyfriend, Stephen Ray, 40, reported to police her account was hacked and a cell phone was purchased. She told police the names of people she said were living with her and her boyfriend who she said were suspects in the incident. On Feb. 7, Cumming told police the man she suspected had repaid her $268 and she dropped any charges against him.
20515 Arkansas Highway 365 North: On Feb. 2, Tammy Lauderdale, 47, of North Little Rock told police a man came in the store and left a Account Now Visa Card in the name of James Williams and she turned on pump number 5 at the Shell station. While he was pumping $60.77 in gas, she said she attempted to charge his card but it was rejected. The man left without coming back inside the station to pick up his card.
20515 Arkansas Highway 365 North: On Feb. 4, another incident at the Shell station occurred when a Hispanic man came in and told Jacqueline Covey, 53, of Sherwood he was with Pene Prime so she turned on the pump. After filing up his vehicle the man took off and Covey said she attempted to run him down to stop him but was unsuccessful.
15 Masters Place Drive: On Jan. 29, Timothy Boone, 53, said his 2009 Range Rover was damaged when someone threw eggs on his vehicle. Boone told police he didn’t have any problems with anyone at work or in his personal life and couldn’t imagine why anyone would do that.