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Incidents reported to Maumelle police through March 7:

Arrests

Odom Boulevard South and Osage Falls: On Feb. 24, Timothy James Elliff, 19, of Maumelle was arrested and charged with DWI, driving left of center, refusal to submit to a drug test and possession of drug paraphernalia. Officer Shane Graham said he assisted Lt. John Thomas who said he saw a 1995 Toyota Avalon swerving over the centerline and back to the fog line multiple times. Graham said when he approached the vehicle he detected the smell of marijuana and during a search of the vehicle he found a blue glass marijuana pipe behind the brake. At Maumelle police headquarters Thomas said Elliff failed a field sobriety test. He said Elliff refused to take a urine drug test. After being charged Elliff was released to a responsible party with a court date.

2002 Murphy Drive: On Feb. 25, Ernestine Flanagan, 33, of Pine Bluff was arrested when she turned herself in on an outstanding warrant for failure to appear from Maumelle District Court.

2002 Murphy Drive: On Feb. 25, Tracy Bell was arrested on an outstanding warrant from Maumelle District Court alleging failure to appear when he turned himself in.

Maumelle Boulevard and Riverland Drive: On Feb. 25, Paula Denise Butler, 44, of North Little Rock was arrested and charged with driving on a suspended driver’s license, possession of drug paraphernalia, no proof of liability insurance and inoperable lamps. Lt. John Thomas said he saw the 2002 Chrysler driving on Maumelle Boulevard with only one operable headlight. During inventory for towing Thomas said he found two glass smoking pipes.

Arkansas Highway 365 North: On Feb. 26, Casey Dillon Williams, 23, of North Little Rock was arrested and charged on two outstanding warrants from Maumelle District Court alleging criminal contempt of court and failure to appear. Lt. Dustin Ivey said he saw Williams walking down the highway and knew he had outstanding warrants. He was taken to the Pulaski County Regional Detention Facility.

Maumelle Boulevard: On Feb. 26, Kendra Lanaye Hogan, 25, of Mayflower was arrested and charged with possession of marijuana and for not having any working taillights. Officer Sterling Pruitt said he saw the 2004 Chevrolet Malibu driving on the Boulevard without a functioning license plate light. During the traffic stop Pruitt said he detected a strong odor of marijuana coming from the vehicle. Pruitt said Hogan denied the marijuana smell and said she’d just passed a skunk. During a search of the Malibu, Pruitt said he found 5 grams of marijuana in a plastic bag under the center console, five empty plastic bags with marijuana residue and 23.8 grams of marijuana in a plastic bag hidden in a shoe in the trunk.

16095 Maumelle Boulevard and 201 Carnahan Drive: On Feb. 27, Christopher Lee Evans, 30, of Little Rock was arrested on a probation revocation warrant from the Pulaski County Sheriff’s Department. Officer Jacob Johnson said he processed Evans in Maumelle Police Headquarters and transported him to the Pulaski County Regional Detention Facility.

109 Bayonne Cove: On Feb. 27, Malqune Ronald Jackson, 20, of Riverdale, Calif., was arrested and charged with soliciting without a permit after a call to 911 about solicitors selling magazines door to door. He was released after paying a $150 bond.

121 Summit Valley Circle:: On Feb. 27 Xavier Willis, 22, of Miami, Fla., was arrested and charged with soliciting without a permit. Officer Christopher Mayfield said he took Willis to police headquarters for processing and he was released when he paid a $150 bond.

Manitou Drive and Osage Drive: On Feb. 27, Price Williams, 48, of Bitely, Mich., was arrested and also charged with soliciting without a permit after Lt. Joseph Poole said he saw him and an associate going door to door. He paid his $150 bond and was released.

157 Rolling Oaks Drive: On Feb. 27, John Peyton Jr., 32, of Peoria, Ill. was arrested and also charged with soliciting without a permit after Lt. Joseph Poole said he saw him and an associate going door to door. He paid his $150 bond and was released.

8 Blue Mountain Drive: On Feb. 27, Mario Terrelle Massenburg, 2, of Matteson, Ill., was attested and charged with soliciting without a permit after Lt. Joseph Poole said he saw him going door to door selling magazines. He also paid a $150 bond and was released.

Incidents:

157 Summit Valley Circle: On Jan. 30, Beth Martin, 35, told police her 2005 Chevrolet Suburban was broken into and a $200 pair of Oakley sunglasses, $225 in various music CDs and a $20 black visor CD holder were taken. Martin told police the vehicle was left unlocked parked in her driveway overnight.

1 Fairplay Way: On Feb. 24, Maumelle Parks and Recreation employees reported to police they had caught a group of males smoking marijuana in the girl’s bathroom at the soccer fields. Officer Jeremy Newlin, Sr. said a plastic bag of marijuana was left on a counter in the rest room when the males fled in a hurry.

141 Calais Drive: On Feb. 24, Shirley Parker, 67, told police a $2,500 Tag Heuer Watch, a $2,500 gold 1 1/4 carat diamond ring, a $4,000 gold coin ring with diamonds, a $500 large denomination bracelet and a $250 small denomination bracelet were stolen from her night stand. She told police a pest control technician had been in her home spraying in each room unsupervised.

100 Park Drive: On Feb. 25, Bryan Cerrato, 20, reported his identity had been stolen. He said he first learned when $243 was taken from an ATM in Key Biscayne, Fla.

58 Windsor Drive: On Feb. 26, Daniel C. Allen, 27, told police his identity had also been stolen. He said he used a credit card while staying at a Holiday Inn in Plano, Texas and that same card number had been used to purchase an Ironman Gravity Inversion Table for $215.99 from Sears.com and a $197.93 table from Sam’s Club.

15 Spring Drive: On Feb. 28, Kenneth Carr, 53, said his American Express credit card had been used four times to purchase items he was not involved with. He said $1.200 in three charges were made on-line to a fantasy football company.

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