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Crime Watch

Incidents reported to Maumelle police through Feb. 28:

Arrests:

2002 Murphy Drive: On Feb. 18, Shalonda Mayon, 21, of Little Rock was arrested when she turned herself in on an outstanding warrant for criminal contempt of court.

2002 Murphy Drive: On Feb. 19, Yolanda Biggs, 37, of Little Rock was arrested at Maumelle police headquarters when she turned herself in regarding an outstanding criminal contempt warrant out of Maumelle District Court.

2002 Murphy Drive: On Feb. 19, Carole Tabora, 38, of Greenbrier was arrested in Maumelle on an outstanding warrant from Faulkner County District Court.

2002 Murphy Drive: On Feb. 20, Kenneth Page, 23, of Leander, Texas, was arrested on an outstanding Maumelle warrant for criminal contempt of court when he came in for an interview.

Maumelle Boulevard and Arnold Palmer Drive: On Feb. 20, Christian Angela Lovette, 22, of Maumelle was arrested and charged with failure to appear after a traffic stop. Officer Sterling Pruitt said he clocked on radar Nathan Rath’s 2005 Chevrolet Tahoe going 63 mph in a 50 mph zone. Rath was a passenger in the car and when Pruitt checked he found an outstanding warrant on Lovette out of England District Court. She was processed and released to England Police.

100 Millwood Circle: On Feb. 21, Jacob Aron Procter, 29, of Ward was arrested in open Maumelle District Court by officer Jacob Johnson on a warrant alleging Public Sexual Indecency. He was processed and released with a court date of May 20.

2002 Murphy Drive: On Feb. 24, Broderick Boseman, 23, of Maumelle was arrested when he turned himself in on an outstanding warrant for failure to pay fines.

Incidents:

20514 Arkansas Highway 365 North: On Feb. 17, Tony Malone, 44, of Malvern, told police a bag of tools was stolen from his 2014 Chevrolet Express when parked at the Waffle House. Lee Kimber, manager of Waffle House, showed police videotape they said which showed a woman driving a green Hummer and dressed in a white shirt and blue jeans allegedly enter the Chevrolet. Malone, also a Waffle House employee, said he just checked in and when he went back out to the vehicle to get his tools, he found the bag of tools missing, It included two power drills and accessories.

110 Commons Drive: On Feb. 18, police were called to the Kroger parking lot about someone soliciting customers for money. They found a 26-year-old Little Rock man who admitted asking one person for gas money he said to get him and his 16-month old daughter home. When police found he was a registered sex offender they checked with his probation officer and found he was in good standing, He was released with a warning about Maumelle’s no solicitation laws.

2002 Murphy Drive: On Feb. 19, Latrivia Perry, 22, of Maumelle told police she lost $2,989 through fraudulent bank transaction. She said she received a letter offering to pay her for doing surveys for an alleged company called “Kroger City Market.” However, before she could get the job she said she was required to send them a check for $993 which she did. Perry said she never received any compensation from the company and discovered her account in arrears because counting the check her account had been depleted by a total of $2,989. She told police she suspected the company had used her account information from the check to get the other funds. Officer Jacob Johnson said he told her to contact her bank and put a hold on her account and to notify her credit bureau and to monitor it for additional unapproved transactions.

23 Oakridge Drive: On Feb. 21, John Foster, 36, reported an Apple Macbook Pro laptop computer was taken from his 2013 Dodge Ram pickup or from his home. He said he didn’t remember if he put it in his truck on Feb. 18 or not but noticed it missing the next day.

113 Mountain Valley Drive: On Feb. 19, Michael Ward, 47, said he was asked to vacate the home for the day so his realtor, Diane Blount, with Caldwell Bankers could schedule a tour by a parade of realtors to help him sell his home. Another realtor, Brenda Hawkins, with Crye-Leike Realtors also showed the home to a prospective buyer later that afternoon. When he returned, Ward told police three bottles of prescription medicines were missing including Zanax, Zanaflex and Vicoprofen.

403 Edgewood Drive: On Feb. 21, Fran Sears, 55, of Maumelle said she left the Cash for Gold business at 5 p.m. on Feb. 19 and when she returned at 9:30 a.m. on Feb. 20 she said the air conditioning was not working. During a check she said she discovered the copper wire had been cut and stolen from two air conditioning units. The business is owned by Jeff Fuller, 51, of Little Rock.

Maumelle Boulevard and Arnold Palmer Boulevard: On Feb. 20, officer Christopher Mayfield said he performed a traffic stop on a 1991 Nissan Sentra driven by Ryan Cockran whom Mayfield said had a suspended drivers license and an outstanding warrant from North Little Rock. The vehicle was towed and Cockran was transferred to North Little Rock police.

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