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North Little Rock

Burglaries

July 20

Roshunda Watson, 5901 Valerie St., North Little Rock, said someone broke into her home by causing $150 to a window and stole a $200 camera, $1,000 in jewelry and a $350 flat-screen television.

Frank Cusmano, 700 E. Bethany Road, North Little Rock, said someone broke into his home and stole $800 worth of radio and electronic equipment, a $200 gaming system and controllers, $500 computer laptop, a $30 clear plastic jug and a $60 video game.

July 21

Renee Robertson, 603 W. 45th St., North Little Rock, said someone broke into her home and stole $180 in cash and a $6 pack of cigarettes.

July 22

Duanna Griffith, 319 Dixie Lane, North Little Rock, said someone broke into her home and stole a $300 Hewlett Packard computer.

July 23

Rena Tank, 1705 N. Magnolia St., North Little Rock, reported someone broke into her home and stole two $1,800 iPad tablet computers, $600 4G iPhone cell phone, $4,200 in jewelry, $300 Xbox, $2,000 Toshiba laptop computer and a $100 Los Angeles Lakers suit.

Pamela Hairston, 1304½ W. 47th St.., North Little Rock, said someone broke her back door, causing $200 worth of damage and stole a $500 laptop computer and $50 stereo.

Kimberly London, 708 Rose Lane, North Little Rock, told police someone broke into her home and stole her $350 32-inch flat-screen television.

July 24

Marquita Foutain, 115 Rim Rock Place, North Little Rock, told police someone broke into her home.

Ruby Harris, 905 Greendale St., North Little Rock, told police someone caused $200 worth of damage to her window. Someone gained entry and stole an $800 television.

Laura Solberg, 6 Round Hill Road, North Little Rock, said someone broke into her home and stole seven shirts worth $200, three pairs of shorts worth $105, a $40 pair of flip-flops, $100 worth of makeup, and two pairs of shoes valued at $100.

David Wheat, 2011 Magnolia Drive, North Little Rock, told police somebody broke into his home. Nothing was reported stolen except some loose change.

Kevin Pickering, 524 W. Scenic Drive, North Little Rock, said someone broke into his home and stole a $500 handgun and two televisions worth a total of $2,400.

Michael Beedham, 1511 W. 20th St., North Little Rock, said someone broke into his home and stole a $400 handgun, $600 50-inch flat-screen television, $200 Nintendo gaming system, $60 laptop bag, $10 bottle of pills and $100 in hunting knives.

Sheri Harper, 201 S. Palm St., North Little Rock, said somebody stole a $200 window air-conditioning unit from her home.

July 25

Bruce Ferriel, 4300 Alma St., North Little Rock, said someone broke into his home and stole a $850 32-inch flat-panel television, $200 game console, $75 DVD player and $1,000 laptop computer.

Sherwood

Thefts

July 13

Priscilla White, 1200 Coolhurst Drive, Sherwood, told police a theft had occurred in which somebody stole her $375 electric lawn mower. The mower had been stored in her garage that had been opened up since the late morning hours.

July 16

Gwatney Buick and North Point Plaza on Landers Road told police someone had stolen tires and wheels after managers there discovered a gate open behind the trash bins of the businesses.

Joey Berner of Rausch Coleman Homes, 5725 Trammel Estates, Sherwood, reported $500 worth of copper wiring was stolen from a house the company was constructing. The Romex electric wire had been cut and removed from the residence.

Uvedicus Martin, 3610 Maryland Ave., Apt. 1223, Sherwood, said when he returned home he noticed one of his credit cards missing. He left July 14 and came home two days later. The card was used to charge $356 at Best Buy in North Little Rock, $40 at Murphy’s Oil and $7.22 at McDonalds.

July 18

Brandon Palmberg, part owner of East Kiehl Avenue Sonic Restaurant, told police he took the money bag from the restaurant July 17 and went to the Wal-Mart Supercenter at about 10:45 p.m. He left the money bag containing $800 in his unlocked vehicle. When he returned to his vehicle 30 minutes later, the bag and the money were gone.

July 19

Julie Spaulding, 709 E. Maryland Ave., Sherwood, said someone broke into her home and stole $200 in necklaces, a $50 digital camera, $500 32-inch flat-screen television, $140 DVD player, $1,500 gold wedding/engagement band, $1,743 men’s wedding band and a $200 gold ring with diamond.

Accidents

Stephen Hendricks, a driver for Polar Ice of Cabot, told police that while he was driving eastbound on Trammel Road his truck collided with the railroad bridge, resulting in $7,000 in damage to the vehicle. Dispatchers contacted Union Pacific Railroad who said the company would send representatives to the bridge to access the damage.

Arrests

July 18

David Jimenez, 29, 300 Franklin St., Jacksonville, was arrested on a charge of driving while intoxicated-second offense after police responded to the report of a suspicious vehicle in the area of Gibson Road and Arkansas 107.

India Bullock, 23, of Little Rock was arrested on a charge of criminal trespassing after police were driving through Chapel Ridge Apartments on Brockington Road and noticed a vehicle in front of Building 8 that matched the description of a vehicle suspected to be involved in a theft.

David Ripka, 58, of England was arrested on a charge of shoplifting after police were called to respond to a report of a shoplifter at the Wal-Mart Supercenter on Arkansas 107,

Tammy Vogt, 46, 7809 Powell Drive, Sherwood, was arrested on a charge of second-degree domestic battery (felony) after a report of a domestic dispute at her home.

Incidents

July 19

Greg Hudson, 115 Pineview Drive, Sherwood, told police someone took his son’s $200 air-conditioning unit out of the window at his home, located next door. The unit was left on the ground and hit several times until it was destroyed.

James Throne, 10 Framar Drive, Sherwood, said he has been remodeling his house and noticed somebody broke the glass out of his front door and two windows located on the west side of the house. Damage totaled $1,000. The front-door glass was shattered, possibly with a BB or pellet.

Police were dispatched to Music City on Warden Road in reference to a report from Kyle Flory of North Little Rock, who had found his guitar that was stolen in December 2011. The guitar had been pawned on July 12 for $200.

July 20

William Hines, 8 Deerfield Drive, Sherwood, was arrested on a charge of domestic battery after police reported to the scene of an altercation at his home.

Jacksonville

Arrests

July 25

Mark Martindale, 46, 803 S. Redmond Road, Apt. 3, Jacksonville, was arrested on charges of delivery of a controlled substance with the intent to deliver, possession of drug paraphernalia, maintaining a drug premises within 1,000 feet of a drug-free zone, possession of a counterfeit substance, possession of firearms by certain persons, simultaneous possession of drugs and firearms unauthorized use of another person’s property and criminal impersonation. The charges resulted after the Pine Bluff Police Department was conducting an undercover operation in which Martindale bought $40 worth of crack cocaine.

Lauren Piffie, 25, of Cabot was arrested on a charge of theft of property after police were called to the Wal-Mart Supercenter, 2000 John Harden Drive, after receiving a report of a shoplifter.

Monica Wright, 22, 1616 Allen St., North Little Rock, was arrested on a charge of theft of property after police received a report of a shoplifter at the Wal-Mart Supercenter, 2000 John Harden Drive. Police said Wright had been issued a criminal trespass warning not to be on Wal-Mart’s property.

Amanda Klinker, 29, 12 Woodbriar Court, Jacksonville, was arrested on a charge of theft of property at the Wal-Mart Supercenter, 2000 John Harden Drive, after police were called there to respond to a report of a shoplifter.

LaQuinta Bonner, 33, 803 S. Redmond Road, Apt. 5, Jacksonville, was arrested on a charge of possession of a controlled substance after police served a search warrant on the premises and found marijuana on top of a dresser.

William Doyle, 26, of 2001 McArthur Drive, Jacksonville, was arrested on a charge of obstructing government operations after police observed him stationary in traffic within his vehicle on Sandalwood Drive.

Damian Holloway, 31, of Austin was arrested on a charge of theft of property after police were called to the report of a shoplifter in custody at the Wal-Mart Supercenter, 2000 John Harden Drive.

James Spears, 46, 7306 Peters Road, Jacksonville, was arrested on a charge of possession of a controlled substance with the purpose to deliver. He was arrested after officers learned he had an outstanding warrant for his arrest issued by the Sherwood Police Department.

July 23

Brandy French, 24, of 12 Murray Drive, Cabot, was arrested on a charge of possession of a controlled substance and theft of property after police were called to the Wal-Mart Supercenter, 2000 John Harden Drive, on a report of a shoplifter.

Stacey Cody, 23, 40 W. Plaza Blvd., Cabot, was arrested on a charge of theft of property after police received a report of a shoplifter at the Wal-Mart Supercenter, 2000 John Harden Drive, on a report of a shoplifter.

Lawrence McGee, 39, 208 Cherry St., Jacksonville, was arrested on a charge of criminal trespass after police were called to the Wal-Mart Supercenter, 2000 John Harden Drive. McGee had an active trespassing warrant issued for his arrest.

Travis Tate, 7303 U.S. Highway 70 East, Jacksonville, was arrested on charges of second-degree battery, second-degree assault, public intoxication and resisting arrest after police were called to respond to an incident in the parking lot of Motel 6, 200 J.P. White Drive.

Malia King, 42, 306 J.P. White Drive, Apt. A-1, Jacksonville was arrested on a charge of possession of methamphetamine and cocaine after police initiated a traffic stop along the 400 block of J.P. White Drive because her vehicle had an expired tag.

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