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Thefts

Nov. 26

Joseph Cortez, North Quarter Apartments, 9901 Brockington Road, Apt. A-21, said he was about to leave for work at 6:30 a.m. when he discovered his $3,000 Yamaha RG motorcycle missing. The black sports bike with green monster logos was last seen the prior day at 5 p.m.

John Osburne, 110 Plumdale Drive, said someone unknown to him stole $180 worth of paint and $30 of sheet rock mud that had been delivered to the home he owns. No one is living there because a fire broke out but he was having the house repaired. When contractors came on Nov. 22 to begin paint work, it was discovered that the paint and rock mud were gone.

Nov. 27

Keaton Garry, owner of Treasure Land Flea Market, 14200 Arkansas 107, said he has a video of a white man and woman coming into the store and stealing a $450 German helmet by the woman putting it into her shoulder bag.

Ronald Roberts, 8317 Brighton Drive, reported someone stole his 1997 Lexus 300 worth $5,000, $200 in cash and $500 worth of jewelry at his home. Three Sherwood police officers responded to the call. Police were able to recover both the vehicle and jewelry, but not the stolen money. The incident took place at about 9:32 p.m.

Anecky Noid of North Little Rock said she had taken a vehicle to A.J.’s Auto Repair in North Little Rock on Nov. 8 and on Nov. 12, she went back to retrieve the license plate but it was missing.

Charles Saul of Sherwood said unknown people used his account number to rent some videos from Blockbuster and Netflix on Nov. 26. He said the account only held $16 at the time of the unauthorized transaction.

Incidents

Nov. 27

Sherwood Crossfit, 15517 Arkansas 107, reported someone wrote on their wall. Leslie Steckbeck said someone wrote on the outside wall between Nov. 24-26.

Kum N Go, 3400 E. KIehl Ave., said someone brought in two counterfeit $100 bills sometime between Nov. 25 at 9:30 p.m. and 11:30 p.m.

Nov. 30

Debbie Kyle of Sherwood said she drove to the Little Rock Air Force Base. She was putting gas into his 2010 Toyota Tacoma and noticed gas leaking from the tank. There was a hole in the tank where someone tried to drill into it. She said the truck had been parked overnight near the water fountain of the Links Apartments. She looked under the truck and saw a hole with threading on the top side of the tank.

Dec. 2

Arthur Smith, 9225 Weatherbee Circle, said someone broke out the passenger side window of his 1991 Ford F-150 pickup truck. The window had been intact on Nov. 30.

Accidents

Nov. 30

Doris Walker, 4 Pine Ridge Drive, said she heard a loud noise, looked outside and noticed a small black car leaving her residence after breaking her mailbox. Damage totaled $200 and she noticed the mailbox lying over with tire tracks in the grass.

Glenn Couch of Sherwood said his truck was parked at the Walmart Supercenter on Arkansas 107 at about 3 p.m. He said someone had struck the back passenger side of his Chevrolet truck, causing $1,000 of damage.

Melinda Glidewell of Sherwood said she was traveling southbound in the outside lane of Arkansas 107 in her 2012 Hyundai Santa Fe when she struck a dog. She said it was dark and she did not see the dog standing in the outside lane. A total of $300 of damage was done to the vehicle.

Joseph Tano of Sherwood said he was driving westbound on Jacksonville Cato Road, turned a curve and struck a deer which ran onto the road. A total of $100 of damage was done to his 2005 Infiniti G35.

Carolyn Williams of Jacksonville said she was traveling on the Kiehl/Landers Loop and as she approached Landers there was a vehicle stopped at the yield sign. Williams said the front of her Ford Taurus struck the stopped vehicle in front of her driven by Ashley Smith of Ward, Smith’s Nissan Altima vehicle sustained $200 of damage. Williams was found at fault for the accident.

Gena Hunter of Jacksonville was coming off the Harden Loop towards its intersection with East Kiehl Avenue, intending to turn left to cross over the highway, and as she completed the turn another vehicle driven by Victoria Woods of Sherwood was coming from the opposite direction on East Kiehl in the right turn lane. As Hunter completed the turn onto East Kiehl, she turned immediately right to pull into the Exxon station. When Hunter cut across in front of the other driver, she could not stop in time to avoid the collision. Both operators were found at fault for the accident for failure to yield to oncoming traffic. Hunter’s 2010 Chevy Impala had $200 of damage while Woods’ 2005 Infiniti FX 35 had $700 of damage.

Courtney Gerdau of the Little Rock Air Force Base said she was driving her Cavalier on Kiehl Avenue when a white truck pulled out of Shotgun Dan’s parking lot in front of her. She said the front of her car struck the rear of the unknown vehicle. The other vehicle left the area over the Kiehl Overpass while her vehicle sustained $900 in damage.

Dec. 1

Paul Friar of Sherwood said his 2012 Toyota pickup truck was parked in a parking space in front of Building 3449 in the Links Apartments. He was backing out of a space, did not see another vehicle driven by Walter Hune of Sherwood, operating a Infiniti M35, and an accident resulted. Friar’s vehicle had $400 of damage and Hume’s vehicle had $3,000 of damage. Hune said he was driving 25 mph through the parking lot when the accident took place. The complex has a 10 mph speed limit. Police reported that contributing factors in the accident were improper backing by Friar and excessive speed by Hune. Friar was found more at fault for the accident due to Hume already establishing the right of way.

Dec. 2

Leanne Day-Simpson of Sherwood said she was driving northbound on Brockington Road when a deer running northbound on the sidewalk turned westbound and then ran into the right side of her vehicle, causing $2,000 of damage to her 2006 Toyota Corolla. Damage was done to her right rear door, right front door, right front fender, right headlight assembly, front bumper and the hood.

Naquesha Cross of Sherwood said she was traveling eastbound on Oakdale Road when someone driving a maroon Chevrolet Silverado headed westbound on Oakdale was “all over the road,” which resulted in Cross’ swerving to avoid a collision. Cross said she lost control of her vehicle and struck a tree. Her 2006 Chevy Impala sustained $850 in damage.

Arrests

Nov. 29

Malcolm Torrence, 23, of Batesville was arrested on a charge of obstruction governmental operations and police initiated a traffic stop on North Valley Drive in Gravel Ridge. Police said they smelled a strong odor of intoxicants coming from the vehicle and the driver declined to give them his date of birth.

Alexis Carruth, 28, of Sherwood was arrested on charges of speeding and DWI after police stopped her Chevrolet Camero after it was traveling eastbound on East Kiehl Avenue at a high rate of speed.

Teresa Williams, 44, of North Little Rock was arrested on charges of disorderly conduct and public intoxication after police were dispatched to St. Vincent’s Hospital in reference to a disorderly patient.

Jill Morrissey, 53, of Sherwood was arrested on charges of DWI, refusal to submit to field sobriety tests, resisting arrest and disorderly conduct after police responded to 4600 Rixie Road in reference to a welfare concern.

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