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Incidents reported to the Maumelle Police Department through May 29:
Farah Shores, 20, North Little Rock turned herself in on May 16. Shores had a warrant for her arrest issued and was released with a court date of July 8.
Colton Schott, 20, Maumelle, was arrested for May 17 for possession of alcohol by a minor, a misdemeanor. While on patrol, an officer saw a vehicle with Schott inside it. The keys were not in the ignition and Schott said he had several alcoholic beverages in the car. Schott also appeared to be intoxicated. He was released to a responsible party with a court date of July 8.
Anthony Turner, 19, North Little Rock, was arrested on May 20 on a warrant for his arrest. Turner had been stopped in North Little Rock and was released to Maumelle police by that department at the Kum and Go. Turner was released with a court date of July 8.
Alexis Gilbert, 32, Little Rock, was arrested on May 21 for Failure to Appear. Gilbert had been stopped by Little Rock police and was released to Maumelle. She was then given a court date of July 15 and released.
Kim Uekman, 40, Vilonia, was pulled over for a traffic violation on May 22. A computer check showed multiple warrants for her arrest in Maumelle and Sherwood. She was given a court date of July 15 for Maumelle, and then released to Sherwood police.
Shawntel Laws, 39, Maumelle, was arrested on May 22 for Failure to Appear and criminal contempt by a sheriff’s deputy. Laws was released to Maumelle and given a court date of July 15.
Jessica Lindly, 36, Little Rock, was arrested for Possession of a Controlled Substance, a felony and also a misdemeanor drug charge. While on a traffic stop, an officer observed Lindly, who was a passenger in the vehicle, putting something into her purse. She told officers she was on probation and would go to prison. When asked if she had drugs in her purse, she stated it was not hers and pulled out a small baggie with crystal inside it. The driver, Raymond Englerth, was given a traffic ticket and released. Lindly was taken into custody, was cited and released with a court date of July 15.
James Akers, 37, Little Rock, was arrested on May 23 on two counts of misdemeanor Criminal Contempt. Akers had been stopped by Arkansas State Police and was released to Maumelle police. Akers was cited and released with a court date of July 15.
Jeremy Goshien, 21, Little Rock, was arrested on May 23 for misdemeanor Failure to Appear. Goshien was in Saline County jail. He was taken to Maumelle, cited and released.
Farris Wright, 27, North Little Rock, was arrested on May 27 for fleeing. He also had warrants for criminal contempt and failure to appear. Police said they were in pursuit of Wright and that K-9 Bodie was deployed to assist. Wright was taken into custody after a short search. Wright had an “odor of marijuana” and appeared to be intoxicated. A check revealed the warrants and $1,060 in cash was found on Wright.
Tricilla Clark, 29, Sherwood, was arrested on May 26 after a traffic stop. Clark had a warrant for her arrest and was also driving on a suspended driver’s license. Clark was cited and released.
Sean Soulsby, 43, Maumelle, was arrested on May 27 by Sherwood police on Maumelle warrants. Soulsby was cited and released.
Allen Barrett, 24, Conway, was arrested on May 27 for Failure to Appear. Barrett had turned himself in on the warrant. Barrett was held until court that day.
Becky Harrison, 37, North Little Rock, was arrested on May 29 on a Failure to Appear warrant. She was cited and released with a court date of July 15.
Ricky Bellamy, 30, North Little Rock, was arrested on May 28 on criminal contempt warrant from Cabot. He was released to that department, who then took custody of him.
Timothy Rossberg, 35, Maumelle, a Little Rock firefighter, was arrested on May 22 for misdemeanor DWI, assault and reckless driving. Maumelle police were dispatched to an accident at the intersection of State Highway 100 and Country Club Parkway and while enroute were told by dispatch that a fistfight had started at the accident scene. When officers arrived, they found Mossberg on the ground with his hands behind his head and Matthew Peach, an off-duty North Little Rock police officer, who told Maumelle police that he had been in the vehicle behind Mossberg when it came to a sudden stop hundred yards before the intersection nearly causing an accident. Rossberg then drove across the median and into the northbound lanes of traffic and came to rest at the intersection of Country Club Parkway. Peach got out of his vehicle and went to Mossberg’s car. He told police that Mossberg was unresponsive and that he reached into the vehicle to put it into park. He told police that Mossberg then woke up and asked Peach what he was doing. Rossberg then got out of the car and approached Peach with clinched fists. Peach pushed Rossberg, who fell, got back up and the scene was repeated. After hitting the ground the second time, Rossberg stayed down until officer arrived. MEMS and fire personnel were called to the scene. A blood sample was taken at the scene by MEMS. Officers found two cans of Ultra Duster in the vehicle and they were placed into evidence. Rossberg was taken to St. Vincent in Little Rock at his request. When released from the hospital, he was taken home by police, and given a court date of July 8. He was released to the custody of his wife and was never taken to the police station for processing. The report also noted that Mossberg never provided to police his account of the incident. The report also noted that the Rossberg was arrested for DWI-Drugs on May 19 and that a can of Ultra Duster had been found in the vehicle then.
Amanda Taylor reported a burglary at her former home on Mountain Valley Drive on May 23. Taylor had put the residence on the market after moving to Alma in February. Some personal property had been left behind in the house, and among the things missing were jewelry with an estimated value of $5,000. No sign of forced entry was found and the house had been open for showings while Taylor was away.
Forrest head reported that his iPhone had been taken from his employer, Nabisco Cookies, on May 20. Head, who lives in Conway, told police that the phone had an app that showed its location if it went missing or stolen and that it was in Greenbrier. Surveillance footage showed what appeared to be an employee of Industrial Maintenance taking the phone when it had been left unwatched in a break room.
Tommy Hamner reported a burglary from Maumelle U Storage on May 23. Missing was a car dolly valued at $5,500. The dolly was found at Highland Point apartment complex and returned to the owner. The investigation is ongoing.
Carolyn Watts at 3 Par Drive reported that jewelry and cash were missing from her residence on May 23. The jewelry had an estimated value of $16,520 and the cash was $2,600 in hundreds. The investigation is ongoing.