Incidents reported to Maumelle Police through Dec. 20:
Edgewood Drive and Pine Forest Drive: On Dec. 12, David Blake Lands, 30, of Maumelle was arrested and charged with two counts of possession of drug paraphernalia and driving on a suspended driver’s license after a traffic stop. Sgt. Dustin Ivey said he watched Lands get into a vehicle at the E Z Mart on Edgewood Drive and knew his driver’s license was suspended, checked his records and stopped him at the intersection with Pine Forest Drive. Ivey said after the traffic stop, Lands gave permission to search the vehicle and he found “four used syringes, a spoon with burn marks and a used straw.”
20710 Arkansas Highway 365: On Dec. 12, Sheri Lee Delanty, 56, of Conway was arrested and charged with shoplifting a $14.42 bottle of New Amsterdam Berry Vodka from Lake Liquor Store. Officer Jeremy Newlin, Sr., said he and detective Eli Keller were dispatched to Lake Liquor where store employees had Delanty detained. Lake Liquor manager Jason Polk said he witnessed Delanty take the bottle, drink from it and return it back to the shelf without paying.
Maumelle Boulevard and Rolling Oaks Drive: On Dec. 13, Susan Farrell, 49, of Naples, FL was arrested and charged with DWI. Officer Laura Robinson said she found Farrell behind the wheel of Dodge parked on the side of the road with the car running and Farrell slumped over the steering wheel of her car passed out. She said Farrell was difficult to wake up but when she did she grabbed the steering wheel trying to drive the vehicle and started pushing buttons on the car and trying to take the transmission out of drive. Robinson said she asked the driver where she was and she responded that she was in “Florida.” When taken to Maumelle police headquarters Robinson said she became uncooperative after failing a field sobriety test and when she asked to give a urine sample instead, she placed the sample on a counter then knocked it over spilling it all over the cell.
Maumelle Boulevard and Odom Boulevard South: On Dec. 15, Jose Herrera, 26, of Maumelle was arrested and charged with DWI, endangering the welfare of a minor, careless and prohibitive driving, resisting arrest, refusal to take a Breathalyzer test and driving on a suspended driver’s license. Officer Laura Robinson said she was on patrol when she witnessed a Ford Explorer “leave the roadway, jump the curb and fishtail back and forth in the grassy area on the right side of the roadway.” When she initiated a traffic stop she said Herrera had “very bloodshot and watery eyes.” While patting the driver down, Robinson said Herrera kept reaching for something with his right hand so she and Sgt. Scotty Bryant who had just arrived, took Herrera to the ground after a third warning. Although Robinson said she’d seen signs Herrera could understand her, he told her he “could not speak English.” She said the driver’s six-year-old daughter was also in the vehicle but was not wearing a seat belt. Herrera was taken to the Pulaski County Regional Detention Facility, Robinson said.
100 Millwood Court: On Dec. 18, William Grey Hawkins, 21, of Maumelle was arrested and charged with an outstanding warrant alleging criminal contempt of court. Officer Gregory Roberts said he was taken to the Pulaski County Regional Detention Facility and scheduled to be held until his court appearance.
100 Commercial Park Court: On Dec. 13, Katy Sobota, 41 reported to police that someone broke into her locked Mitsubishi Galant and took a Sony MP3 player and a cell phone charger but went through her entire vehicle and left papers strewn everywhere. Police said they found no signs of forced entry.
373 Mountain Terrace Circle: On Dec. 16, Marry E. Dorsett, 85, told police she attended a Christmas Party at the Mountain Terrace Clubhouse and while she was inside someone took her keys off the counter and someone also entered her unlocked vehicle and stole her purse which contained credit cards and other items.
1100 Edgewood Drive: On Dec. 17, Paul Fowler, 55, of Maumelle said a stopped by the Jess Odom Fitness Center at the Jess Odom Community Center and while working out placed her personal belonging on a table but when he returned a Razorback Sweatshirt, a set of keys for his Toyota Camry and his reading glasses were all stolen.
110 Commons Drive: On Dec. 18, Emma Purtle, 84, reported to police that while shopping at the Kroger store someone took her red wallet with all its contents. She said while shopping inside the store two black females stopped her and asked her advice on coffee. She said she was “distracted by one while the other stood next to her shopping cart.” When she went to checkout she said she discovered the wallet missing. She said she had cancelled her credit cards and notified her bank of the missing checks.
79 Stoneledge Drive: On Dec. 15, Bud Connel, 76, of Maumelle told police he witnessed a silver Pontiac lose control while traveling northbound on Stoneledge Drive. Connel said his sod, flower bed and mailbox were all damaged by the accident. He gave police a car tag license number which will be used to rack down the vehicle involved.
117 Audubon Drive: On Dec. 17, Eli Dames, 23, told police while he was working inside the Little Caesar’s Pizza Restaurant a black Tahoe pulling a white box trailer pulled through the drive-in and after retrieving his food, left the scene with his trailer clipped the business’ awning doing $500 damage. The driver got out and inspected the damage to his trailer then left the scene/ Dames gave police details about the vehicle’s license tag.
501 Valencia Drive: On Dec. 19, Maumelle police said they were called to Woodbend Apartments to assist the U.S. Marshall Service. Deputy U.S. Marshall Jeremy Hammons was in the process of apprehending a fugitive, Brian Kincade, 43, of Conway. Hammons told Maumelle police he had recovered a stolen pickup truck Kincade was in. The vehicle was stolen from White County and Hammons asked Maumelle police to have the vehicle towed and impounded. Maumelle police were also asked to take care of a passenger in Kincade’s vehicle, Britanny Reveley, 25, of Hattieville who told police she didn’t know the vehicle was stolen. Reveley was later released without charges.