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Sherwood police beat


Aug. 17

Nicholas Williams of Sherwood said someone threw a rock and busted the driver’s side and passenger windows of her 2005 Pontiac Sunfire while it was parked outside of her home located at 1366 E. Maryland Ave., Apt. 1722. Damage totaled $200.

Aug. 15

Mary Daniel of Sherwood said someone broke into her storage shed in her backyard located at 613 Beaconsfield Drive. The shed’s lock assembly was broken, but nothing was reported stolen.

Russell Luth of Sherwood said someone caused $500 of damage to his back door to break in. Nothing appeared stolen.

Aug. 14

Adrian Sanders, 305 Corkwood Dr., told police someone slashed three of his tires two on his BMW and one on his Chrysler while they were parked outside of his home.


Aug. 18

Darren Vohs, 30, of Garfield was arrested on charges of public intoxication, possession of a controlled substance and two counts of possession of drug paraphernalia. The arrest came after police received a report of two white males on Rixie Road who appeared to be very off balance.

Kenneth Lawrence, 49, of Sherwood was arrested on a charge of domestic battery after police were dispatched to the emergency room of St. Vincent North in reference to a domestic disturbance.

Aug. 17

Joshua Patterson of Lonoke was arrested on a charge of fleeing after police were dispatched to 205 S. Claremont Ave. because officers received word from emergency dispatchers that Patterson, who was already wanted on a felony burglary warrant, had left the area on foot. As police drove to the area of Club Road and Club Lane they observed a white male matching Peterson’s description. Police exited the vehicle and apprehended him in on Club Lane.

Brian A. Wilson, 45, of Lonoke was arrested on charges of DWI and driving with a suspended license after police received a call that there may be a possible drunk driver headed eastbound on Kiehl Avenue near Sherwood Way.

Aug. 15

Jordan Lewis of North Little Rock was arrested on charges of public intoxication and disorderly conduct. During the same incident, Mallory Weaver of North Little Rock was arrested on charges of shoplifting, disorderly conduct, obstructing governmental operations and public intoxication. The arrests took place after police were dispatched to Kiehl Liquor in reference to a report of shoplifting.

Aug. 14

Karrah Humphrey, 24, of North Little Rock was arrested on charges of driving while intoxicated, possession of drug paraphernalia and endangering the life of a minor. During the same incident, Sean Horch, 20, of North Little Rock was arrested on charges of possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia, endangering the welfare of a minor and minor in possession of alcoholic beverages. The arrests took place after police were called to Pavilion Apartments, 9901 Brockington Road, in reference to a suspicious vehicle.


Aug. 18

Anna Cimino of Cabot told police that sometime near Aug. 14 someone cashed a $968 check at the Wal-Mart Supermarket on Arkansas Highway 107 using her account number.

Aug. 17

Paul Wright of Sherwood said someone he does not know got his bank debit card and personal identification number and made transactions totaling $2,612. He told police he left for vacation on Aug. 4 and returned on Aug. 12.

Aug. 14

Joy Zborek of Payless Tobacco, 250B W. Kiehl Ave., told police a black female wearing a pink top came into the store and asked for three cartons of Newport cigarettes. She then changed her mind and asked the clerk for three cartons of Kools. When the clerk went to get the Kools, the woman grabbed the Newport cigarettes and fled the store. The theft resulted in a $120 loss. She drove away in a red Nissan pickup truck, backing up toward Arvest Bank, and then headed northbound on Arkansas 107.

Robert Smith of Sherwood said on Aug 13 he received a call from his bank about some transactions on his account. A bank representative told him there were six unauthorized transactions totaling $1,400 on his account from Oklahoma.

Amy Epley of Cabot told police someone used her debit/credit card while she was at a birthday party on July 27. She filled out an incident report with the Jacksonville Police Department. She also filled out a report with the North Little Rock Police Department because some fraudulent charges took place in North Little Rock. Epley added that her card was also used at US Bank, 4199 Kiehl Ave. in Sherwood. Epley provided copies of the fraudulent transactions, including the ones made at US Bank.

Julie Kendrick of Dollar General, 9801 Arkansas 107, reported that a black male about 6 feet tall had taken four six-packs of Dove soap and two Conair mustache and beard trimmers, each worth $15. The suspect also had two cans in his back pocket, but she was unsure what they were. The man walked out of the store with the items in his hands, got into a red vehicle with a young black female driver who was between the ages of 18-22. The car left the parking lot headed northbound on Arkansas 107.

Angelia Dyer of Sherwood said her son dropped his iPhone4 in the auditorium during the ninth-grade student orientation. Dyer said she pulled up the tracking icon on her phone and it showed the $500 stolen phone to be located in the area of Camp Robinson Road and McArthur Drive in North Little Rock.


Aug. 19

Dortha Rhoades of Sherwood said she was backing out of her parking spot at First Baptist Church of Sherwood on Fairway Drive. Angie Westbrook of Sherwood said she also was backing out of a parking spot. A collision ensued with Rhodes’ vehicle sustaining $500 in damage. Neither person reported an injury.

Aug. 18

Arriea Brasseur of Sherwood and Julia Williams of Jacksonville got involved in a private property accident at the Gravel Ridge Sonic Restaurant where Brasseaur said she backed out of a stall and was struck by Williams’ vehicle. Brasseur’s vehicle sustained $250 in damage while Williams’ vehicle had $400 in damage.

Aug. 17

Lakeisha Page of North Little Rock said she was traveling southbound on Arkansas Highway 167. She took the Kiehl Avenue and encountered a white Ford F-150 driven by an unknown motorist that was stopped in the middle of the exit ramp. She then backed up. Page said the vehicle backed up and struck the front of her vehicle. Page’s vehicle then was struck by another vehicle driven by Victor Roy of Sherwood. Roy’s vehicle sustained $800 in damage while Page’s vehicle had $500 in damage. Roy was found to be at fault in the accident for following too closely. Witnesses said the unknown driver fled the area near the Flash Market gas station on Warden Road.

Aug. 16

Madeline Blackwell of North Little Rock said she was waiting at the red light on North Hills Boulevard at Arkansas Highway 107, waiting to go southbound, and when she started to go forward she collided with another vehicle driven by Victoria Protheroe of North Little Rock. Minor damage was reported. No injuries were reported.

Lawley Howard of Sherwood said he was parked and sitting in his 1993 van playing with his dog at the MAPCO gas station on Arkansas Highway 107. Howard said he heard a honk and saw his truck moving backwards. He applied his brakes but could not stop before hitting 1986 Chevy car driven by Ronnie Mitchell of North Little Rock. Minor scratches were observed to the rear passenger side of Mitchell’s car.

Constance Wilson of Sherwood said while she was stopping at the Wal-Mart Neighborhood Market on Arkansas 107 at about 9 p.m. someone struck the right side of her 2001 Hyundai Sonata, causing $1,000 worth of damage. Police observed damage to the right rear door and right rear quarter panel. Wilson told police she did not discover the damage until the next day when she came out of her home at 117 Manson Road, Apt. No. 136, to get into her vehicle.

Aug. 15

Sara Kampman of Sherwood said she was driving northbound on Arkansas Highway 107 at Brockington Road in the inside lane. When she turned to go through the light, she struck the vehicle in front of her in the rear bumper driven by Jeffery Hudson of North Little Rock. Kampman’s Kia ECP sustained $250 in damage while Hudson’s Chevrolet received $300 in damage.

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