Incidents reported to the Maumelle Police Department through May 13.
Jacob Nowlin, 20, North Little Rock, turned himself in on outstanding warrants on May 8. Nowlin was cited and released with a court date.
Kaysie McCoy, 27, Austin, Ark., turned herself in on outstanding warrants on May 8. McCoy was cited and released with a court date of July 1.
Kimberly Strickland, 42, North Little Rock, was arrested by the Sherwood Police Department for an active Maumelle warrant on May 8. Strickland was processed, cited and released with a court date of July 1.
Stephen McLeod, 26, Crossett, was arrested in suspicion of drunk driving on May 9. McLeod, who was driving a Tahoe, told police he and his friends had been out “mudding” on an access road for Union Pacific Railroad near Leisure Arts and Cintas Four others were in the vehicle, two of whom had warrants for their arrest in North Little Rock. Tyler Wade and John Standley were turned over to the North Little Rock Police Department while Dannah Hepp and Skyler Treece were released. McLeod was arrested and charged with Driving While Intoxicated along with Refusal to Submit and Careless and Prohibited Driving. All misdemeanors.
Larry Shireman, 27, North Little Rock, was arrested for Possession of Marijuana, four ounces or less on May 10. Shireman also had warrants for his arrest out of North Little Rock. He was taken into custody, cited and released with a court date of July 1. He was also released by North Little Rock.
John Thomas, 27, Vilonia, was arrested for Possession of Marijuana, four ounces or less and two charges of Possession of a Controlled Substance on May 10. All three charges are misdemeanors. Thomas was pulled over on a traffic stop and after questioning told police he had marijuana in the vehicle. He was cited and released with a court date of July 1.
Justin Scarborough, 31, North Little Rock, was arrested for Theft by Receiving and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia on May 10. Scarborough was pulled over for having an expired tag in the police’s computer system even though the plate had a current 2014 sticker. Scarborough told police he was given the plate by a friend and during a search, a silver pipe with marijuana residue was found. He was taken to the police department and given multiple citations. Then he was released.
Sergio Williams, 31, North Little Rock, was arrested May 11 Felony Possession of a Controlled Substance, along with Possession of Marijuana, four ounces or less and Possession of a Revoked License and Operation of a Vehicle without License Plates. Williams was pulled for driving with a license plate light and the tag had also expired. While pulled out paperwork from his glove compartment, a pill bottle was visible, officers asked about the bottle and Williams then grabbed it tried to remove something. Williams then told police the bottle had marijuana in it. He was taken into custody, processed and released with a citation “per the city prosecutor.”
Jonathan Brown, 20, Little Rock, was arrested on May 12 by the Pulaski County Sheriff’s Office for a Maumelle warrant. Brown was cited and released with a court date of July 1.
Christopher Beck, 35 Sherwood, was arrested May 8 for Felony Possession of a Controlled Substance and Possession of Marijuana, four ounces or less and Driving While Intoxicated, both misdemeanors. Beck was pulled over for having vehicle license plate lights not working. Beck was shaking and officers asked if he had taken meth. “Beck stated that he did … approximately 10 minutes ago,” the report stated. Beck also told police he had meth and marijuana on him. Beck was taken to the police department where he was cited and released with a court date of July 1.
Cailean Dortch, 20, Little Rock, turned herself in on May 13 for warrants issued by Maumelle. He was processed and taken to court.
Candice Jaynes, 26, Cabot, turned herself in on May 13 for a warrant issued by Maumelle. Jaynes had been charged with Felony Possession of a Controlled Substance with the purpose to deliver. She was released with a court date.
Meredith Wylie, 29, Maumelle, reported to police on May 10 that someone threw eggs at her home at 59 Oak Forest Loop between 10:30 p.m. the previous day and 8 a.m. the day she reported the incident. A teacher, Wylie told police she didn’t “know of anyone who would egg her house.”
Kroger reported on May 11 a theft of property that involved an altered check. Approximately $230 worth of merchandise was purchased with what police determined to be a business check from Return 2 Excellence LLC.