Incidents reported to the Maumelle Police Department through March 29.
Kendall Lawrence Terry, 19, Maumelle was arrested on March 18 for Possession of a Controlled Substance, .5 grams of Marijuana, misdemeanor. Police assisted a search of Terry’s vehicle where a glass pipe with marijuana residue was also found. Terry destroyed it at the scene at the instruction of the officer. A further search found the marijuana. Terry was released with a court date of April 29.
Jonathan Michael Brown, 20, Maumelle, was arrested March 21 on a warrant for Third degree Domestic Battering and Second Degree Criminal Mischief that occurred in February. He was released with a court date of May 13 and served with a no contact order.
Vincent Walker, 52, North Little Rock, was arrested March 23 on a contempt of court warrant. Walker was released with a court date of May 13.
Anthony J. Lawrence, 26, North Little Rock, was arrested March 24 for DWI and four other charges. His 2006 Jeep was also impounded. While on patrol, officers saw Lawrence run a stop sign and then pulled over where the officer detected an odor of intoxicants. At the police station, Lawrence blew a .19 on the Breathalyzer. He was then booked and released to a responsible party.
Kenneth Page, 23, Little Rock, was arrested on March 25 on a warrant for harassing communications that occurred in July 2103. Page was held for court that day.
Zakiyyah Lateefah Adams, 37, Little Rock was arrested on warrants for forgery and theft of property on March 26. Adams was in custody at the Faulkner County Sheriff’s Office for other charges and Maumelle placed a hold on Adams. The forgery incident occurred in November 2013.
Barbara Leeann Baty, 43, Conway, was arrested March 29 for warrants on Theft of Property and Failure to Appear. The last warrant was issued September 2013. Baty was processed and released with a court date of May 20.
Lake Liquor, 20710 Highway 365 N., reported a case of shoplifting on March 24. The manager, Matt Morgan, said two men came into the store a little after 7 p.m. and left with three to five bottles of alcohol. A sheriff’s deputy also responded to the scene, who later said that Palarm Liquor also reported two men matching the description of the men had also been there and acting suspiciously. The vehicle they drove also matched the description of the vehicle at Palarm Liquor.
Officers responded to a report of breaking and entering at 33 Ophelia Drive on March 25. Christopher Matthews said two of his vehicles had been broken into and items stolen from both. Matthews told officers that neither vehicle had been locked as no sign of forced entry was found on either. Among the items taken were radar detectors and a GPS device.
Officers responded to a report of breaking and entering at 113 Ridgeland Drive on March 25. Daniel Godfrey told officers that while it appeared nothing had been taken, items in his vehicle had been “tossed around.” The vehicle had also been left unlocked during the night.
Officers responded to a report of breaking and entering at 107 Traveler Lane on March 25. Leland Saunders said a pair of prescription sunglasses valued at $500 had been taken. The vehicle had also been left unlocked during the night.
Officers responded to a report of breaking and entering at 4 Ophelia Drive on March 25. Gregory Anderson said 14 golf clubs and Nike Golf Bag with a combined value of $1,600 had been taken from his vehicle. The vehicle had also been left unlocked during the night. Also missing was Kansas City Chiefs golf club heads. Anderson reported that those had no value.
Officers responded to a report of a commercial burglary on March 25 at Splash Car Wash at 301 Club Manor Drive. The business owner, Roger Cornett, said someone had vandalized the property and also taken the surveillance cameras at the business along with the monitor they were hooked to. An unknown amount of cash was taken from an outside money dispenser as well. Cornett told police that the value of the missing equipment was more than $8,000. The investigation was turned over to detectives.
Officers responded to a report of a theft at 8000 River Pointe Drive a construction site at The Villas on March 25. Police said approximately $2,800 worth of electric lines had been stolen. Fiber optic lines had also been damage.
Officers responded to a March 26 report of an intoxicated man near Oak Forest Drive. Officers were unable to find the man, who, reportedly, had also been yelling obscenities.