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Stephen Fritzius, 43, of Benton was arrested on a charge of public intoxication after police observed him walking and swaying back and forth on the sidewalk southbound on Arkansas 107.
Kosol Leach, 27, of Morrilton was arrested on charges of DWI and driving on the wrong side of the road after police were driving on Kiehl Avenue and observe Leach headed eastbound with multiple vehicles swerving to void hitting him.
Rosetta Wilson, 64, of North Little Rock was arrested on charges of DWI and careless/prohibited driving after police were dispatched to the intersection of East Maryland Avenue and Woodbine Street in reference to a two-vehicle accident. Wilson was also found at fault for the accident.
David Woodham, 55, of North Little Rock was arrested on charges of theft by receiving, driving on a suspended license, no proof of insurance, left of center, improper use of tags, no bill of sale and fictitious tags after police stopped the truck he was driving on East Kiehl Avenue because it crossed the center line three times.
Thomas Sisk of North Little Rock was arrested on charges of DWI, careless/prohibited driving, failure to pay registration fee and no proof of insurance after police observed his southbound vehicle display an expired tag on Brookswood Drive.
Dometrius Golden, 19, of Jacksonville was arrested on a charge of possession of a controlled substance after police were dispatched to Academy Sports, 6100 Warden Road, in reference to management finding marijuana in a bag owned by an employee.
Stacey Cody, 24, of Morrilton was arrested on charges of obstructing governmental operations, driving with a suspended license and no proof of insurance after dispatchers received a phone call about a person driving recklessly southbound on Arkansas 107 at its intersection with Maryland Avenue.
Keith Bullock, 24, of Arkadelphia was arrested on a charge of possession of marijuana after police were conducted a pat down of his person at the city police department and found a clear plastic baggy with a green leafy substance in his left pocket.
Don Dunnick, 19, of Little Rock was arrested on charges of carrying a weapon, driving with a suspended license and speeding after police were running a radar unit on Rixie Road and determined he was driving at a high rate of speed.
Officers were patrolling near Grandpa’s Catfish House, 100 Shadow Oaks Drive, and noticed the Coca-Cola vending machine had been broken into, resulting in $2,000 worth of damage. Police noticed two front doors to the machine wide open where money is receives.
Cody Mayes of Sherwood said sometime during the night someone he doesn’t know damaged his 2000 Honda Civic while it was parked outside of his North Quarter Complex Apartment unit, 9901 Brockington Road, Apt. R-23. Damage totaled $500.
Police took into their possession a license plate that had been reported stolen by the Conway Police Department. Officers found a vehicle parked in the Car Hop parking lot on Warden Road with its hazard lights on. According to the police report,a 2000 Chevrolet Impala was displaying the plate and appeared to have been repossessed and left on the parking lot. The Conway Police Department was notified about the license plate where it was placed into evidence. The plate had been reported stolen by Latoya Matthews of Conway.
Roger Powell of Sherwood said he was in Casa Mexicana Restaurant, 4091 E. Kiehl Ave., two days earlier when an unknown person took his $100 black leather jacket.
Jeffrey Rollins of Sherwood said he discovered the furnace of his rent house at 7101 Jacksonville Cutoff Road had been stolen, resulting in a $2,000 loss. The structure had sustained fire damage on Dec. 23 but the tenants had relocated which caused the unit to be empty.
Matthew Bailey of Sherwood said someone he doesn’t know stole the $200 artificial Christmas tree that he kept in his front yard at 8124 N. Claremont St. Bailey said the theft took place sometime between 10 a.m. and noon on Dec. 29.
Teresa McDougal of Sherwood was pulled over by a city policeman on Arkansas 107 in front of First Baptist Church because her vehicle had no license plate. She told police she did not know her license plate was gone and added that the prior night there were two people walking around her apartment complex on King Place who may have taken her plate.
Tracy Berry, owner of Buck Stops Here on Arkansas 107, told police someone stole $15 worth of deer ham that had been stored at the business’ freezer. Berry said the freezer was unlocked at the time of the theft.
Martin Ramsey of Sherwood said he returned to his home at 37 North Valley St. and discovered that the $250 transmission to his Dodge vehicle had been stolen from his driveway. Ramsey said one of his neighbors noticed an unidentified man in his driveway at about 9-9:30 a.m. on Jan. 2. The man had talked with Ramsey’s wife earlier about the Dodge truck and transmission, according to the report.
Chris Poe of O’Reilly Parks on Arkansas 107 said someone purchased $81.34 worth of various auto supplies using a purchase order number for Moore Robinson Company. The company informed O’Reilly that no one using the name of Wes Davis was authorized to use purchase order numbers at the business.
Robert Duncan of North Little Rock said he bought a $20 Green Dot Money Card at the Wal-Mart Supercenter on Arkansas on Dec. 13, placed $20 on the card but was unable to use it when he tried three days later. The card had no money on it.
Nathan Ross of Sherwood said he lost his billfold when it fell out of his back pocket at the Sherwood Church of Christ. When he reported the loss to his bank he discovered a $95 unauthorized charge had been made to his account.
John See, sales manager of New Holland Equipment, 7209 Landers Road, Sherwood, said four tractor tires had been stolen from the north side of the outside lot. The tires were valued at $1,300.
Police were dispatched to the Bank of the Ozarks on Arkansas 107 where Essa Akel of Sherwood said there was a $320.12 unauthorized charge made to her debit card on Dec. 31. Akel said he last remembered using the card on Dec. 30. He said he did not have the card in his possession and doesn’t remember where he lost it.
Police made contact with Dana Shreeves of Sherwood who said he left his East Lee Street home on Jan. 3 and when he returned three days later he discovered his Dodge QSI missing. Shreeves said he has not been able to make contact with his roommate to ask him if he knows what happened to his truck. The truck is worth $12,000, according to the police report.
Christina Morden of North Little Rock said a green truck had backed into her perked 2008 Toyota Highlander, causing a $100 dent. She told police there had been previous damage to her vehicle.
Patsy Rivers of North Little Rock she was a victim of a hit and run accident when someone struck the rear romper of her 1999 Honda Accord while she was shopping at the Wal-Mart Supercenter on Arkansas 107. Damage to the four-door sedan totaled $900.
Matthew Maxon of Sherwood said someone hit the Comcast van he had parked in front of his home located at 105 Creekwood Drive, causing $400 of damage. He said the accident took place sometime between 11:15 p.m. on Jan. 2 and 8:30 a.m. on Jan. 3, which resulted in damage to the rear bumper.
Police were dispatched to the intersection of Seminole Trail and North Fork Street in reference to a two-vehicle accident without injuries. Molly Turner of Sherwood said she was driving southbound on North Fork approaching the Seminole Trail intersection when a drink spilled in her car. When she looked down, the right bumper of her 2008 Toyota CES struck the right front bumper of the 2003 Chevy Malibu parked along the street owned by Shannon Bowers of Benton. Bowers said her vehicle had been parked on the street most of the day. Both vehicles sustained $400 of damage. Turner was found to be at fault for the accident but was not issued a citation.
Susan Hibbs of Sherwood said while she was reversing out of her driveway with her Mazda CX-7 on Acorn Circle she backed out into her son’s Mazda Miata, which resulted in both vehicles sustaining $500 of damage.