Officers were dispatched to the Sherwood Oaks Shopping Center in reference to a private property accident. Upon arrival, Roberta Capel of North Little Rock told police she was backing out from a parking space and did not see another vehicle driven by Lucella Brown of North Little Rock which resulted in a collision. Capel’s Subaru sustained $300 of damage while Brown’s Ford Focus had $500 in damage. Brown said she was adjusting her vehicle to park in the parking space when Capel hit her vehicle. Both drivers reported they had insurance and none reported injuries. No citations were issued.
Officers responded to the Flash Market, 8623 Warden Road, in reference to a private property accident. Upon arrival police made contact with Ruben Washington, Sr. of Jacksonville. According to police, Washignton said he was pulling away from the pumps when he by accident sideswiped one of the barriers that protects the fuel pumps, causing damage to the driver’s side of his 2006 Ford Fusion. Police reported that damage to his car was approximately $2,000. No damage was reported to the barrier other than some paint transfer from the vehicle. Washington had insurance and the manager of the Flash Market was aware of the accident and was given an incident number for the report, according to police.
Antonio Holloway, 24, of Little Rock was arrested on charges of DWI, refusal to submit to a field sobriety test, driving with a suspended license and failure to dim headlights after police observed him driving a brown Buick SUB traveling over the Brookswood flyover with his high beams illuminated. The vehicle had difficulty maneuvering the sweeping turn as it exited the flyover and drove near the area of Kohl’s. Police made contact with the driver at the Big Red gasoline station near the corner of Kiehl Avenue and Brookswood Drive. Officers reported that Holloway had slurred speech and red watery eyes and his eyes were droopy as through he was tired and having trouble staying awake.
Police reported he had difficulty retrieving his license, registration and insurance. He was only able to provide his insurance paperwork. A return showed Holloway to have a cancelled driver’s license. He told police the vehicle belonged to his mother and he was taking it to Rose City. He gestured where he was going to drive but police said he pointed in the incorrect direction to get to Rose City. Police administered a blood-alcohol content test where he was stopped in his vehicle and the results showed he tested for a level of 0.21. Ivy Hall was called to tow away the vehicle . He told police he had nothing to drink. While at the police station, officers said he became confrontational so he had to be read his rights numerous times before he initialed the first section of his paperwork. He then initialed all four sections. While at the police station, as officers were administering another blood-alcohol content test police said he failed to provide sufficient breath and the result causing the machine that measured his blood-alcohol content level to stop.