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Burglaries

May 25

Peggy Tuggle, 529 Flowers Lane, North Little Rock, said someone bent the lock and wooden door of her home, gained entry and stole a $400 television.

May 26

Antuan Hayes, 1410 Frank St., North Little Rock, said someone broke into his house and stole a $250 Sony Playstation 3 and a $10 DVD movie.

Latasha Warren, 800 Beech St., North Little Rock, said someone broke her door jam and stole an unknown amount of cash, $150 hand-held game system, $50 personal disc, $300 flat-screen television and a $200 necklace.

The Mission Church, 1423 N. Moss St., North Little Rock, said someone broke one of the church’s door frames and stole $15 worth of food. The door sustained $200 in damage.

May 27

Jane Droke, 416 Wicker Lane, North Little Rock, told police $300 worth of damage to her back sliding door and bedroom window was done when someone broke in and stole two guns, each valued at $500. Police found evidence of a blood stain on a lamp.

Brian Brown, 404 W. H Ave., North Little Rock, said someone stole a $500 firearm and one of his personal checks when they broke into his Toyota Camry.

Mamie Wilkins-Cooper, 5208 Fairfax St., North Little Rock, said someone broke into her house, causing $100 worth of damage to the exterior door frame. Upon entry, someone stole a $50 vacuum, $30 electric weedeater and $20 worth of her blood pressure medicine.

Latoria Brown, 110 N. Beech St., North Little Rock, said someone broke into her home through a glass window pane and stole a $50 air conditioner, light bulb, goldfish, $50 in jewelry, $10 aquarium pump and a television converter antenna.

May 28

Mae Sanders, 622 E. 19th St., North Little Rock, told police someone broke her east bedroom window, causing $50 worth of damage. Nothing appeared to be stolen.

May 29

Princess Birts, 1913 Flora St., North Little Rock, said someone broke into her home through a glass panel of the front door and stole a $400 flat-screen television and $40 DVD player.

Arkansas Optical, 1316 Main St., North Little Rock, reported someone broke into the business but nothing appeared to be stolen.

Charles Murray, 5901 Green Valley St., North Little Rock, reported someone stole his $200 power tool set.

Eddie Tegada, 1601 W. 18th St., North Little Rock, said someone broke into his home and stole a $400 flat-screen television, $50 DVD player, $100 computer screen, 10 fishing rods worth $500, $150 battery charger, $80 boat battery and a $150 window air conditioning unit.

Rashawn Walker, 2420 E. Second St., North Little Rock, reported that someone stole her $1,300 flat-screen television and 52-inch flatscreen television valued at $1,700.

The North Little Rock High School West Campus, 101 W. 22nd St., North Little Rock, reported someone broke out a window pane and stole a $100 lounge table, stop watch, glass paper weight, a zip-up hoodie and six packets of microwavable popcorn.

Sherwood

Accidents

May 25

Anita Norman of Sherwood said she was in church from 6:25-8:15 p.m. for a meeting and when she went back to her car located at 2803 E. Kiehl Ave. she observed someone had caused $500 worth of damage to the rear bumper area of her 2000 Toyota Camry.

Margaret Morgan of North Little Rock said she was pulling out of her parking lot at Preston’s Salon on Kiehl Avenue when the left rear bumper of her car made contact with the right rear bumper of another vehicle driven by Cynthia Jefferson of North Little Rock. Both vehicles sustained $100 in damage.

Stacy Rotton of Little Rock said she was approaching the Kiehl Avenue Loop approaching Warden Road and thought the Cadillac in front of her traveled through a yield sign when it stopped, which resulted in her striking the rear of the vehicle driven by Bert Brown. Rotton was found at fault for the accident for following too closely.

Thefts

May 25

Bryan Westbook of Sheridan told police he was not able to collect the entire amount of a contract for weapons he made with Black Dawn Armory of Sherwood. Westbrook said he and Black Dawn entered into a contract to provide the services at a cost if $7,717. However, the company said it did not want all the guns and paid only $6,325. Westbook said he tried several times to get into contact with someone from the business but has been unsuccessful.

April Harwell of Cabot said she had already reported her wallet stolen at the Little Rock Police Department. She told police someone made several charges to her count in Sherwood and that someone had called her work place to return her wallet to her. Harwell said the subject was wearing a red sleeveless shirt, red shorts and a black baseball cap. Charges on her account totaled $1,525.

May 26

Harold Evans of Sherwood said he was pulled over by an Arkansas State Trooper and realized his license plate had been stolen. He provided the officer the registration of his car.

Robert Stinnet of Sherwood said he had just returned home from work after working a double shift and noticed the door cracked open to his home located at 3462 E. Kiehl Ave., Apt. No. 6208. Someone stole his $800 flatscreen television, $300 Xbox, Xbox controllers, $150 Playstation 2 and $30 in change.

Incidents

May 26

Lisa Dobbins of Little Rock someone smeared a glue-like substance on the driver’s side door handle of her vehicle, which had been parked at the Wal-Mart Supercenter on Arkansas 107.

Arrests

May 26

Racquel Longley, 36, of Little Rock was arrested on charges of obstruction of governmental operations, failure to register a vehicle and no proof of insurance after police observed while she was driving on Landers Road that her vehicle’s license plate had expired.

Jose Rodriguez, 44, of Vilonia was arrested on charges of public intoxication, obstructing governmental operations, failure to submit to a test, driving with a suspended license, failure to exhibit identification of license and no proof of insurance. The arrest was the result of police being dispatched to the area of East Kiehl Avenue and Brockington Road in reference to a drunk driver.

May 27

Billy Barron, 19, of Sherwood was arrested on two counts of possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia. The traffic stop was made as he headed southbound on Brockington Road because the motorist had a vehicle with an expired tag.

Maurianna Garza, 22, of Sherwood was arrested on a charge of third-degree domestic battery after police were dispatched to North Quarter Apartments on reports of a fight taking place. Her boyfriend, Joshua Hand, also of Sherwood, told police she began hitting and scratching him while they were arguing.

Jonathan Murphy, 33, of Little Rock was arrested on charges of driving while intoxicated, driving with a suspended license, no proof of insurance and failure to pay registration. Police stopped the vehicle while he was driving it northbound on Arkansas 107 near the Wal-Mart Supercenter because it displayed a license plate that had expired in September 2006 .

William Mijangos-Yelmo, 27, of North Little Rock was arrested on charges of driving while itoxicated, no driver’s license, driving left of center and no proof of insurance. During the same incident, Damien Migangos-Yelmo, 24, and Adelso Ramos-Solis, 21, both of North Little Rock, were arrested on charges of public intoxication. The arrests took place after police noticed their car cross the centerline as it was headed northbound on Rixie Road approaching the Kiehl Avenue overpass.

Jonnie Bautista, 24, of Searcy was arrested on charges of disorderly conduct and obstructing governmental operations. During the same incident, Nichole Callaway, 21, of Mayflower was arrested on a charge of public intoxication. The arrests took place after the vehicle they were driving pulled up behind a police car at the Sherwood Plaza.

Jacksonville

Arrests

May 21

Sara Upshaw, 29, of Jacksonville was arrested on charges of driving with a license suspended, no seat belt and obstructing government operations after police observed she was not wearing her seat belt while she was driving along the 1000 block of West Main Street.

Amanda Baker, 26, of Sherwood was arrested on charges of shoplifting and possession of drug paraphernalia after police responded to a report of a shoplifter at the Wal-Mart Supercenter, 2000 John Harden Drive.

Jessica White, 25, of England was arrested on a charge of theft of property (shoplifting) after police were dispatched to the Wal-Mart Supercenter, 2000 John Harden Drive, in reference to a woman apprehended for shoplifting.

Modene Ballard, 36, of England was arrested on a charge of theft of property (shoplifting) after police were dispatched to the Wal-Mart Supercenter, 2000 John Harden Drive, in reference to a woman apprehended for shoplifting.

Tevin Hubbard, 19, of Little Rock was arrested on a charge of carrying a weapon as police were in the area of the 100 block of Marshall Road looking for a man who had been running away from the police.

Brady Johnson Jr., 38, no address given, was arrested on charges of fleeing and terroristic threatening after he was apprehended in the area of 300 Marshall Road. According to the police report, he has a restraining order in regard to one of the apartments there.

Matthew Hudgens, 24, of Jacksonville was arrested on a charge of shoplifting after police were dispatched to the Wal-Mart Supercenter, 2000 John Harden Drive, in reference to a man apprehended for shoplifting.

Robin Ortega, 32, of Bryant was arrested on a charge of shoplifting after police were dispatched to the Wal-Mart Supercenter, 2000 John Harden Drive, in reference to a man apprehended for shoplifting.

Christopher Rector, 19, of Lonoke was arrested on a charge of carrying a weapon after police responded to the area of Loop Road near the train tracks where a motorist was reported to be driving erratically.

May 22

Kimberly Whittle, 24, of Conway was arrested on a charge of obstructing government operations after police observed a passenger car headed southbound in the 2200 block of Loop Road had no working license plate light.

Rachel Hillman, 21, of Jacksonville was arrested on a charge of obstructing government operations after police observed a passenger car headed southbound in the 2200 block of Loop Road had no working license plate light.

Charles Seigrist, 26, of Cabot was arrested on charges of possession of methamphetamine/cocaine, possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia and obstructing government operations after police observed a passenger car headed southbound in the 2200 block of Loop Road had no working license plate light.

May 22

Archin Smith, 31, of Jacksonville was arrested on a charge of obstructing government operations after police responded to a report of someone trespassing at 440 N. Oak St.

Chastity, 39, of Paris was arrested on charges of theft of property and possession of a controlled substance after police responded to a report of a shoplifter at the Wal-Mart Supercenter, 2000 John Harden Drive.

Troy Lee, 21, of Jacksonville was arrested on a charge of possession of marijuana after police were told that a motorist driving along the 1800 block of Military Road had to cross the center line to avoid hitting him.

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