Incidents reported to the Maumelle Police through March 16
801 Murphy Drive: On March 14, Aya Mandisa Williams, 20, of North Little Rock was arrested and charged with felony possession of drug paraphernalia. Officer Casey Canady assisted Det. Laura Robinson on a traffic stop in the parking lot of Molex on Bringler Drive. When Canady arrived, Robinson had already made contact with the driver, Elam Fields. Canady made contact with the passenger, who later identified herself as Williams. Fields was unable to provide a drivers license. Canady then asked Williams to provide her information. An ACIC check showed that Williams had an active warrant out of North Little Rock for failure to appear. Williams was then taken into custody for the warrant. Canady then grabbed Williams’ purse out of the vehicle and asked for consent to search the purse, which he said Williams gave. While searching her purse, Williams found a syringe and three loose syringe lids. Canady then red Williams her Miranda Warning and asked her about the syringe. Williams said the syringe belonged to a friend of her’s named Donny. She said that Donny was a “crackhead.” Williams said she and the Fields gave Donny a ride and were stopped by North Little Rock Police. Williams said that during the stop she threw several of Donny’s drug items in to her purse. Williams was placed into a patrol unit and Robinson concluded her stop. Williams was taken to Maumelle Police Department for processing.
20710 Highway 365 North: On March 13, Stanley Waters, 38, of Conway was arrested and charged with possession of 4 ounces or less of marijuana and obstructing governmental operations. Officers were dispatched in regards to a man in a parking lot asleep at the wheel of his vehicle. Dispatch said the vehicle was not in a parking spot but was in the middle of the parking lot with the vehicle in reverse and his foot on the brake. Sgt. Joseph Poole and Officer Justin Woods arrived on the scene and placed two large rocks behind the rear wheels. Woods then woke the driver, Waters, and told him to place the vehicle in park. Woods said he had to instruct Waters several times to place the vehicle in park. Woods then told Waters to exit the vehicle. After Woods exited the vehicle, he said he was waiting on his uncle to exit Lake Liquor. When asked for his name and date of birth, Water said Stanley Wilson with the birth date of Dec. 5, 1974 and that his license was out of Louisiana. Woods said he received consent to search the vehicle. The description on the name and date of birth did not match that of Waters’ actual description. Upon searching the vehicle, Woods found a Styrofoam cup filled with coconut rum. Woods also found a cold beer can in another cup holder. Woods also found several items in the vehicle with different names on them, which were checked in the ACIC/NCIC, all with negative results. Waters was then placed under arrest and put in the back seat of Officer Jeremy Newlin’s patrol vehicle. While speaking with Waters, Woods noticed a large bulge in the right side of his cheek. When asked what the bulge was, Waters said it was an abscess tooth. Woods then attempted to touch the bulge and Waters jerked his head away. Woods instructed Waters to exit the vehicle and once he exited he said “here man” and spit out a small bag of marijuana. Waters then said his real name and date of birth. Waters said he lied because he was on parole and did not want to go back to prison. Woods then placed Waters in the back seat of the patrol vehicle again. Waters’ vehicle was removed from the scene by Lawhon’s Wrecker Service and Waters was transported to Maumelle Police Department for processing. Once at the police station, Poole contacted probation and parole and advised Waters to report to victoria Brown first thing on Monday morning.
1300 Union Court: On March 14 at approximately 3:37 p.m., Officer Casey Canady made contact with LaCammy Johnson in the lobby of Maumelle Police Department in regards to her vehicle being damaged. Johnson said sometime between 4:30 p.m. on March 13 and 5:30 a.m. on March 14, someone scratched her vehicle. Johnson said she arrived home at approximately 4:30 p.m. on March 13 and the scratch was on the hood of her vehicle. She said she saw the scratch at approximately 5:30 a.m. when she was leaving for work.
100 Commercial Park Drive Apartment No. 139: On March 17 at approximately 1:19 a.m., Officer Brock Waldo was dispatched in regards to a noise complaint. Upon arrival he made contact with Kandice Parker and Draylon Brown. Waldo told them why he was there. Parker and Brown said they were only talking in the bedroom while listening to some music on Brown’s cell phone. Waldo advised Parker and Brown to keep the volume down.
157 Rolling Oaks Drive at Woodland Drive: On March 13 at approximately 8:53 a.m., Officer Andrew J. Garber was dispatched in reference to an ATV being found. Upon arrival Garber spoke to Richard Pettit, who said that on March 12 he saw two juvenile males pulling the ATV down Woodland Drive with a moped. Pettit said the juveniles asked if he had jumper cables so they could start the ATV. Pettit further said after numerous attempts to start the ATV, he saw the ignition had been cut. Pettit said a short time later an older model white and blue trim Chevrolet van arrived. Pettit said a white man got out of the van and attempted to help the juveniles start the ATV. Pettit said the combination of the events taking place began to make him nervous and he believes the adult man sense his nervousness. Pettit said the three males pushed the ATV into the grass and abruptly left in the van. Pettit said he was unable to obtain the license plate number of the van. Pettit further said one of the juveniles had the F-word tattooed across his knuckles. A check of the VIN of the ATV returned to Bruce Heslip of 8 Vantage Drive in Maumelle. Officer Glyneth Hicks attempted to contact Heslip, but was unable to. The ATV has not been reported stolen at the time. Harrison and Sons removed the ATV from the scene and a hold has been placed on it until proof of ownership can be determined.
39 Garden Oaks Drive: On March 16, at 11:08 a.m., officers were dispatched tin reference to a report of a vehicle being broken into. Upon arrival, officers made contact with Juan Hernandez, who said several items were stolen from his vehicle. Hernandez said his multi-color Dodge 2509 was parked overnight outside of his residence. Hernandez said the last time he saw the stolen items, they were inside of the vehicle on March 15 at 3 p.m. in the center console. There was no forced entry into the vehicle and Hernandez was uncertain whether he secured the vehicle that evening. Hernandez said the following items were stolen: L Bracket Plate Bgeil-L, $190; Canon 35 MM with 1.4 lens, $1,479; Canon 5D Mark 3 Camera, $,3,300; WIFI 16GB SD Card, $80; Sandisk 16GB compact Flash Card, $75; Canon 24mm 70L2 Lens, $2,300; and Canon BG-Ell Battery grip, $275. Hernandez could only provide serial numbers for two stolen lenses, which were entered into ACIC/NCIC as stolen and assigned an NIC number.
3 Masters Place Drive: On March 16 at 2:40 p.m., officers were dispatched in reference to a missing Wallet. Upon arrival, officers spoke to Royce Lobianco, who said he mislaid his wallet at the Exxon on Carnahan Drive. Lobianco said that he placed his wallet on the counter at the checkout while paying for his merchandise and left the store without it. Lobianco said that he already contacted his financial institutions and cancelled his debit and credit cards. Officers then made contact with an Exxon employee, Matthew Mason. Mason said that he has not seen a wallet and that his boss would be in the next day to review the security tape. In the wallet was $170 in cash, a Master Card and a Best Buy Credit Card. On March 17, Capt. Cory Pickard spoke with Lobianco, who said he had recovered his wallet and two credit cards. Lobianco said that he received a phone call from Maumelle Post Office advising him that his wallet was found in a box located at their facility. Lobianco said they told him his wallet and another person’s wallet were found in a box coming from Kroger.