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North Little Rock

Burglaries

July 6

James Avants, 3523 N. Poplar St., North Little Rock, said someone broke into his house through his wood door and frame and stole his $500 42-inch flat-screen Samsung television, $700 .22-caliber rifle, $700 12-gauge pump-action shotgun, $700 .270-caliber rifle, $700 .22-caliber rifle and $700 .22-caliber rifle.

Michelle Whittington, 915 W. Scenic Drive, North Little Rock, told police her house was broken into and someone stole a $1,000 50-inch flat-screen Sanyo television, her purse and 25 tablets.

July 7

Jenny Moore, 412 Paula St., North Little Rock, said her home was broken into but she reported nothing was stolen.

Sherry Williams, 629 Donovan Briley Blvd., North Little Rock, reported someone broke into her home and stole a $300 20-inch flat-screen Visio television.

July 8

Lakeisha Samuels, 1815 N. Schaer Drive North Little Rock, said someone broke into her home and stole $300 in cash and a $400 portable window air-conditioning unit.

July 9

Jennifer Johnson, 5211 N. Walnut St., North Little Rock, someone broke into her home and stole a $1,600 Dell laptop computer, $1,400 Apple laptop, $600 HP desktop personal computer, $500 audio amplifier, $200 audio amplifier, $200 Nintendo video game, $50 DVD player, and his wallet which had his personal information in addition to a debit card and credit cards.

Catherine Mathis, 4406 N. Orange St., North Little Rock, said nothing appeared to be missing when someone broke into her home by gaining entry through a window. Damage totaled $250, including $200 to the window and $50 to a curtain.

Carlos Alfaro, 6325 Hopi St., North Little Rock, said someone gained entry into his home and stole a $100 JVC stereo and a $100 flat-screen television.

Bural Bullock Jr., 818 E. 14th St., North Little Rock, told police someone broke into his home and stole a $200 window air-conditioning unit out of the south-side window, 50-inch $1,400 Samsung flat-screen television and a $200 game console with a game inside.

Norma Buckelew, 125 Marvin St., North Little Rock, said someone caused $100 worth of damage to her door lock assembly, gained access and stole a $1,000 Hewlett Packard laptop computer.

Yolanda Washington, 720 W. 45th St., North Little Rock, said someone broke into her home and stole her $400 Xbox computer game system.

July 10

Shalonda Martin and Leonard Amey, 1708 Crutcher Road, North Little Rock, said someone broke in and stole a $100 window air-conditioning unit, $100 24-inch television, $300 32-inch television. According to the police report, $10,000 of damage was caused during the incident.

Tara Goff, 5704 N. Allen St., North Little Rock, said someone gained entry into her home and stole her $300 RCA flat-screen television and $800 Hitachi flat-screen television.

July 11

Joyce Jordan, 1613 W. 20th St., North Little Rock, reported someone broke in and stole $200 in firearms, $425 in jewelry, $175 in radios, and 88 rounds of ammunition. Police found a screwdriver at the scene.

Timothy Humphrey, 704 Parkdale St., North Little Rock, said someone broke out his bathroom window, causing $100 worth of damage. Upon entering, stolen items were $500 Gateway laptop computer, $250 Nintendo Wii game system, $1,000 40-inch flat-screen television, $800 Dynex 32-inch flat screen television and a 50-inch Panasonic television.

Sherwood

Thefts

July 9

Cody Martin of Ridge Creek Motors, 15621 Arkansas 107, Sherwood, said he was driving by his business and saw his storage shed door open. He went to his business to investigate and saw a six-foot white man inside the shed and then saw him go behind the building and into the nearby woods. He observed two rims valued at $100 lying outside the door with a third rim beside the building.

Truck driver Johnny Moore of North Little Rock told police he left his tractor-trailer rig parked at the former Harvest Foods lot on Kiehl Avenue and noticed two Michelin aluminum wheels and tires valued at $1,000 were missing from the truck. He parked his car there July 6 and everything appeared fine with the vehicle one day later, but he checked the vehicle again on July 9 and noticed the rims and tires missing.

Sharon Cox of Sherwood said she was checking on the home of her mother, Almarene Cox of Sherwood, located at 2216 Sage Meadows Drive when she noticed a $50 metal pipe missing from the plumbing in the yard. Cox said the plumbing controls the sprinklers for watering the yard and the system will not work without the missing pipe.

Andre Allison, 115 Manson Road, Apt. 114, Sherwood, said he left his Parkcrest Apartments unit at about 5:40 a.m., returned at about 6 p.m., and noticed the passenger rear glass of his 1989 Cadillac was smashed and his $350 Jensen car stereo was missing.

Michael Howard, 61 Brierly Ave., Sherwood, said he returned home from work and noticed his son’s $200 Next Wipeout bicycle missing from the unsecured front yard.

Bryan Glaze, 9409 Miller Pointe Circle, Sherwood, said two $1,000 motor bikes had been stolen someone during the night from a trailer that was parked in his driveway. He told police that he did not hear any suspicious activity during the night.

Incidents

July 9

Edna Walton, 9448 W. Lake Circle, Sherwood, said she noticed someone had spray-painted undetermined words on her grass in her backyard. She took an officer into her back yard where both of them observed several undetermined words/symbols sprayed on her grass in blue, red, yellow and orange paint. She told police she was outside watering her grass at 9:30 p.m. the prior evening and all seemed fine.

Accidents

July 9

Stephen Davis, 1201 Brice Ave., Apt. A, Sherwood, said he was driving his 2009 Chevrolet Cobalt westbound on East Kiehl Avenue in the inside driving lane. As he approached the Cross Roads Shopping Center at the corner of East Kiehl and Brockington Road, an older model white Oldsmobile Cutlass pulled out in front of his vehicle and a collision resulted. Davis’ vehicle sustained $800 worth of damage. The unidentified motorist sped down Brockington toward U.S. 67/167.

Jennifer Williams of Ward said she was trying to pull out of a parking spot at the Wildwood Center when the right side of her vehicle struck the right rear side of a black BMW. She said she was unable to see the vehicle because her truck was so large. Police said Williams struck a 2006 black BMW Z30 which had an estimated $1,000 worth of damage. Her truck sustained $800 in damage.

July 11

Quentin Connell, 17 Oneida Drive, Sherwood, said $1,500 worth of damage was done to the right front passenger door and right front fender while he was driving at one of three business, two of which are located in Sherwood. The damage was done to his 2010 Kia Soul.

Arrests

July 9

Christina Cox, 26, of Cabot was arrested on a charge of shoplifting after police were dispatched to Dollar General, 9800 Arkansas 107, Sherwood, in reference to a woman who witnesses said had shoved a red plastic children’s chair into the back seat of her vehicle.

July 10

Casey Wingfield, 30, 4 Narragansett St., North Little Rock, was arrested on charges of disorderly conduct, pubic intoxication and criminal trespass after a report was received from Ryan McCae, 3612 Hollmore Lane, Sherwood, told police someone was going through his property.

Anthony Derose, 22, 10322 Arkansas 107, Sherwood was arrested on charges of driving while intoxicated and careless/prohibited driving after police observed him driving at a high rate of speed headed westbound on East Kiehl Avenue.

Gary Mortez, 26, 2820 Lincoln Ave., North Little Rock, was arrested on charges of residential burglary and criminal trespass in an occupiable structure after police received a call from a Parkcrest Apartments unit that he had kicked in a door.

July 11

Jonathan Dare, 28, of Sherwood was arrested on charges of DWI and careless/prohibited driving after police observed him driving at a high rate of speed as it headed westbound on Maryland Avenue.

Jacksonville

Arrests

June 29

Tracey Jones, 37, of Jacksonville was arrested on charges of possession of a controlled substance (marijuana) and possession of drug paraphernalia after her vehicle was stopped when police saw her use no turn signal when she turned onto T.P. White Drive from the 600 block of North Bailey Street.

Rhonda Yandell, 46, of Jacksonville was arrested on a charge of assault on a family household member after police responded to her home at 116 Wilson St. in reference to a domestic disturbance.

Rickey McDonald, 29, of Sherwood was arrested on a charge of theft of property after police reported to the Wal-Mart Supercenter, 2000 John Harden Drive, because of a report of a shoplifter in custody.

Amber McDonald, 28, of Sherwood was arrested on a charge of theft of property and obstruction of government operations after police responded to the Wal-Mart Supercenter, 2000 John Harden Drive, because of a report of a shoplifter in custody.

Dustin McClelland, 19, of Jacksonville was arrested on a charge of possession of a controlled substance after police conducted a traffic stop in the 600 block of Stevenson Drive because the Toyota Corolla had expired tags.

Demetre Jones, 19, of Jacksonville was arrested on a charge of disorderly conduct after police responded to 103 Union St. in reference to a domestic disturbance.

June 30

Shauna Fiting, 35, of Cabot was arrested on charges of criminal trespass and possession of marijuana after police responded to a report of she trespassing on the property of the Wal-Mart Supercenter, 2000 John Harden Drive.

William Smith, 47, of Jacksonville was arrested on a charge of possession of drug paraphernalia after police conducted a traffic stop at the 800 block of Madden Road because his vehicle had traveled left of center.

Edward Stout, 56, of Jacksonville was arrested on charges of loitering and possession of drug paraphernalia after police made contract with him because he had walked out from behind a closed business on Shamrock Court.

James Luckadue, 52, of Jacksonville was arrested on a charge of theft by receiving after police assisted the Pulaski County Sheriff’s Office in trying to locate an iPhone which had been stolen at Link Liquor Store, 9130 S. Arkansas Highway 161.

Delmar Strickland, 21, of Jacksonville was arrested on charges of possession of marijuana, obstructing governmental operations and possession of drug paraphernalia after police saw him driving without tail lights in the 700 block of Redmond Road.

July 1

Tiffany Wilson, 33, of Jacksonville was arrested on a charge of theft of property after police responded to a report of a shoplifter in custody at the Wal-Mart Supercenter, 2000 John Harden Drive.

July 2

Tommy Hughes, 22, of Jacksonville was arrested on charges of second-degree domestic battery and third-degree assault on a family member after police responded to 1714 Leonard St. in reference to a domestic disturbance.

Sara Stevens, 25, of Jacksonville was arrested on charges of refusal to submit to a field sobriety test and filing a false report with a law enforcement agency after police were dispatched to 1216 Stanphill Road in reference to an aggravated assault.

Dawson Norman, 21, of Cabot was arrested on charges of possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia, drinking on the highway and driving with a suspended license after police observed he was driving a vehicle along the 6800 block of T.P. White Drive with a dealer’s license plate that had expired in June.

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