Incidents reported to Maumelle police through Feb. 20:
117 Audobon Drive: On Feb. 12, Lee Alstone Huguet, 21, of North Little Rock was arrested after Pulaski County Sheriff’s deputies contacted Maumelle Police for assistance regarding Huguet who was then driving a van on Club Manor Drive. Lt. Scotty Bryant said he followed the van into the Wal-Mart Neighborhood Market and saw Huguet getting out of the van and walking toward the store. Bryant said he ordered Huguet back toward his patrol car but he said the man looked around “as if he were going to run.” After ordering Huguet to place his hands on the patrol car, Bryant said the man “began to back away from me.” Bryant said he then unholstered his Taser and the man then complied and was handcuffed and transferred to Pulaski County Deputies.
100 Millwood Circle: On Feb. 12, Timothy Carter, 25, of Cabot was arrested when he turned himself in on an outstanding warrant for criminal contempt of court. He was released with a court date.
2002 Murphy Drive: On Feb. 12, Deondrick Gulley, 36, of Little Rock was arrested after he turned himself in on an outstanding warrant alleging criminal contempt of court. He was released with a court date of March 25.
Club Manor Drive and Park Drive: On Feb.12, Ezequiel T. Gomez, 38, of Maumelle was arrested on multiple felony warrants after Officer Sterling Pruitt saw him driving down a street and stopped the van he was in. Police said they were also asked to hold him on multiple felony warrants from Immigration and Customs Enforcement. He was given a court date for the Maumelle District Court warrant for failure to appear but police said he probably would be deported before then.
2002 Murphy Drive: On Feb. 13, Jhaun Nichole Arispe, 28, of Sherwood was arrested when she turned herself in to Maumelle police on three outstanding warrants, one for failure to appear and two for criminal contempt of court. She was given a court date and released.
Faulkner County Sheriff’s Department: On Feb. 13, Kaseana Stubbs, 24, of Conway was arrested by the Faulkner County Sheriff’s deputies and released to Maumelle because of outstanding warrants in Maumelle for alleged criminal contempt of court and failure to appear. She was given a court date of April 1 and released.
Maumelle Boulevard and Audubon Drive: On Feb. 13, Epiphany Davillier, 23, of Maumelle was arrested after the vehicle she was a passenger in was stopped by Chief Sam Williams. She was charged with probation revocation on a warrant from the Pulaski County Sheriff’s office.
1801 Club Manor Drive: On Feb. 13, Samuel White, 42, of Maumelle was arrested and charged with shoplifting $14.10 in items from Dollar General Store. Sgt. Debra Bagley said she saw White “place several cans of tuna inside the right pocket of his coat,” and a “small can of beans inside his blue jeans pocket.” When she asked store manager Timothy Denhartog if he wanted to press charges and received an affirmative response she stopped White and a pat down revealed three frozen burritos, a can of Beanee-Weenies, two cans of tuna fish and two Dinty Moore meals hidden in his clothing.
Faulkner County Sheriff’s Department: On Feb. 13, Yolanda Jackson, 33, of Conway was arrested by Faulkner County authorities who then turned her over to Maumelle police on an outstanding warrant for failure to appear.
21510 Arkansas Highway 365 North, Kum and Go: On Feb. 15, Calvin Blair, 23, of North Little Rock was arrested by the Arkansas State Police and turned over to Maumelle because of two outstanding warrants for his arrest alleging two instances of criminal contempt of court. Officer Jeremy Newlin, Sr. said he was taken to the Pulaski County Regional Detention facility awaiting further charges from Sherwood and the Board of Parole.
Country Club Parkway and Fountainbleau Drive: On Feb. 16, Aronde Keywon Thompson, 22, of Maumelle was arrested after police were called to the Kroger parking lot about a vehicle driving in circles around gas pumps. Officer Shane Graham said he saw a man get into a vehicle similar to the one described leave the lot and eventually travel south on Maumelle Boulevard where Graham said he saw the vehicle cross the center line and weave back striking the right curb. When he was stopped, Thompson told police it was his birthday and that he had “smoked marijuana tonight because it was his birthday.” When he failed field sobriety tests Thompson was charged with DWI, refusal to submit to a blood alcohol test, careless and prohibitive driving, driving on a suspended drivers license and on an outstanding warrant from Maumelle for failure to appear in Maumelle District Court under an alias of Arande Thomas.
Arkansas Highway 365 and I-40: On Jan. 31, Heriberto Saucedo, 28, of Mabelvale was charged with no driver’s license, no liability insurance and no taillights.
21510 Arkansas Highway 365 North: On Feb. 6, Courteny Lamar Perkins, 24, of North Little Rock was arrested on outstanding warrants for failure to appear and criminal contempt of court by Pulaski County Sheriff’s deputies who met Maumelle officers at the Kum and Go and transferred Perkins.
2002 Murphy Drive: On Feb. 7, Amos Wallace, 51, of Maumelle was arrested and charged with two counts of criminal contempt of court when he turned himself in.
2002 Murphy Drive: On Feb. 7, Nicholas Kellar, 20, of Little Rock was arrested and charged with criminal contempt of court when he turned himself in.
2002 Murphy Drive: On Feb. 7, Jeremiah Mathews, 37, of Maumelle was arrested when he turned himself in on an outstanding warrant for criminal contempt.
Maumelle Boulevard and Crystal Hill Road: On Feb. 9, Franklin Frederick, 19, of Maumelle was arrested and charged with underage DWI after officers found his vehicle in a ditch near the entrance to the Hampton Inn. Officer Shane Graham said after he found the 1987 Chevrolet Silverado pickup in the ditch that Frederick spoke to them as they approached him saying that he’d had “six to eight beers drinking earlier at his old job at NAPA Auto Parts.” The report also said he said he missed the turn as he attempted to drive into the hotel’s parking lot where he was meeting a friend inside, Police said he failed field sobriety tests and registered 0.16 blood alcohol count, twice the legal limit on a Breathalyzer test.
Arkansas Highway 365 North Shell Station: On Feb. 10, Eric Rucker, 35, of Conway was arrested by Conway police officers on a “Must appear” warrant alleging criminal contempt of court from Maumelle District Court. Rucker was transferred to Maumelle officers who took him to the Pulaski County Regional Detention Center.
Valencia Drive and Millwood Circle: On Feb. 10, John Harold Smith, 37, of Little Rock was arrested and charged with three felony counts of possession of drug paraphernalia, one misdemeanor count of possession of drug paraphernalia, driving on a suspended license, no proof of liability insurance and false evidence of title or registration. Lt. Dustin Ivey said he witnessed a purple Ford Explorer pull out in front of another vehicle so he performed a traffic stop and during a search of the vehicle he found the illegal items.
126 Sierra Valley Drive: On Jan. 30, Joseph Sutterfield, 39, told police his 2010 Toyota Tundra had been broken into overnight and a $200 pair of Oakley sunglasses and a U.S. Air Force camouflage backpack had been stolen. The backpack contained his hardhat, steel toe boots and safety glasses.
501 Valencia Drive: On Jan. 31, Vivian Shaffer, 26, reported her car had been broken into overnight and a small coin purse stolen from her vehicle’s center console. She said the rear hatch didn’t close and was most likely the point of entry.
100 Commerce Street: On Feb. 9, Alaina Johnson, 43, of Maumelle said her 2009 Toyota was broken into while she was working out at Elite Fitness. She said a white wallet was stolen containing several credit cards and $40. When she cancelled her cards she discovered one had already been used in Little Rock at Walgreens to purchase $456 in goods.
11 Choctaw Cove: On Feb. 9, David Hanson, 56, told police his garage was broken into around 6 p.m. and $1,500 in Titleist “David Hanson” golf clubs were stolen. He said the black and white bag has his name on it. Most of the clubs were Nike, he said, along with a Taylor Made driver. He also told police he thought a family member might have left the garage open.
108 Oakcourt: On Feb. 10 David Schaefer called police about a broken window at the house next door from which he said the neighbor moved out last fall. Police checked and found the home vacant. Police said they further checked and found the home had been abandoned.
120 Audubon Drive: On Feb. 11, employees of Bank of the Ozarks called police after witnessing an older white Ford truck drive through the parking lot, hit a red Ford car and leave the scene. The vehicle struck belonged to Brandi Young, a bank employee. Another bank employee witnessed the event and copied down the license number of the truck that returned to a 16-year-old Maumelle man.
Odom Boulevard South and Club Manor Drive: On Feb. 12, employees of Maumelle Public Works called police to report a black metal fence was hit by a vehicle and the top metal railing was knocked to the ground doing about $1,500 damage. Police said from tracks in the mud, it appeared an 18-wheeler left the road and struck the fence causing the damage.
123 Limoges Court: On Feb. 15, Elizabeth Engstrom, 18, of Maumelle told police someone had opened an account with First Financial Bank charging $320.88 on the account. She gave police the name of a relative she thought had stolen her identity and was advised to contact police in Aurora, Colo. and the state’s Attorney General’s Office on identity fraud.