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Accidents

Sept. 13

Sherry Carter of North Little Rock told police she came to work at about 10 a.m. at the Heritage Building on Wildwood Avenue and as she was getting ready to leave at 4 p.m. she noticed her Toyota Camry had $800 worth of damage to the driver’s side rear quarter panel. The vehicle had damage to left quarter panel with scratches and paint scrapes just above the wheel.

George McNutt of Sherwood said he was driving on Silverbrook Road approaching the stop sign at Brockington Road when he saw a stopped vehicle driven by Barbara Eggleston of Sherwood. McNutt said he looked away for a second and when he looked back he realized Eggleston’s vehicle was still there. He tried to stop but was unable to and struck the rear of her vehicle. McNutt’s vehicle sustained $1,000 of damage while Eggleston’s vehicle had $200 in damage. McNutt was found to be at fault for careless/prohibited driving.

Paul Whitfield of Cabot told police he was at the intersection of Arkansas 107 at Brockington Road when he was struck from behind by another vehicle driven by Luis Vittotoro, no address given. Whitfield’s GMC Sierra sustained $500 worth of damage.

Sept. 9

Tammara Worden of Sherwood said she was in her vehicle reversing out of a parking space in the Wal-Mart Neighborhood Market on Arkansas 107. As she was backing out she noticed a Dodge Neon driven by Jill Guess of Redfield and a collision ensued. Guess’ vehicle sustained $500 of damage while Worden’s vehicle had $100 of damage. Guess was issued a citation for not having current proof of insurance in her car while being involved in an accident.

Sept. 8

Peggy Watson of North Little Rock said she was backing out of a private parking spot at Gander Mountain on Landers Road in her 2001 Ford Expedition when she did not see behind her a Kia SXC driven by James Osburn of Sherwood. Watson said she saw Osburn’s car at the last minute but not in time to avoid a collision, which resulted in $500 of damage to Osburn’s car. Police observed several dents in the driver’s side rear corner panel of his car.

Sept. 7

Virginia Bullock of Sherwood said she was driving southbound on Shelby Road starting to approach the East Kiehl Avenue intersection. Vehicles were stopped due to the traffic signal. Bullock said her 2002 Buick Park Avenue struck the rear of 2004 Chevrolet Malibu driven by Joe Wuneburger of Sherwood. Bullock’s vehicle sustained $150 in damage while Wuneburger’s vehicle had $100 of damage.

Sept. 5

Lawrence Spence of Searcy told police he was driving his 2002 Ford Ranger at the Wildwood Avenue Post Office. As he was backing out of his parking space another driver, later identified as Marc Monroe of Sherwood, driving a beige Chevy, started backing out of a parking space as well. A collision ensued and Spence’s truck sustained damage to the passenger side bed next to the back wheel.

Thefts

Sept. 13

Ronald Maddox of Jacksonville came into the police lobby and said an unauthorized charge in the amount of $634.91 was transacted on his credit card at the Wal-Mart Supercenter on Arkansas 107. Maddox said his wallet had been stolen on June 14.

Sept. 12

Dorian Kettle of Sherwood said that between 8 p.m. on Sept. 11 and 6 a.m. on Sept. 12 people unknown to her entered her unlocked vehicle parked outside of her home at 8504 Oakridge Ave. She noticed her car had been rummaged through. She initially saw the interior lights on and went out to investigate. All that was missing was her carrying case with various banking cars and other personal information.

Duane Phelps of Sherwood said he returned home from the hospital and noticed his $300 firearm missing from his home at 8900 Brockington Road, Lot A.

Cheron Atkins-Butcher of Jacksonville said $500 in cash and $380 in child support payments had been stolen from her purse sometime between Sept. 10 and Sept. 11 at Sherwood Elementary School. She told police she last saw the stolen items on Sept. 8.

Larry McQueen of Sherwood said he rents a unit at K&L Storage located at the corner of Rita Drive and Jacksonville Cutoff Road and discovered someone broke into his rental and stole a $200 Bunn Coffee maker with a double burner.

Sept. 8

Virginia Cook of Lonoke came into the city police station to tell police about her credit card being stolen at the Kroger Store in Jacksonville. Cook said she filed a criminal report with the Jacksonville Police Department but the card was later used at the Flash Market on Warden Road in Sherwood on Sept. 7 at 10:51 a.m.

Sept. 7

William Patterson of Sherwood said his Social Security disability check had been stolen. He was supposed to get his $698 check on Sept. 1. He met with the postal carrier at the mailbox but the check was not in the mail. He waited until Sept. 4 and contacted the North Little Rock post office and he was told they had no way to track the check. On Sept. 5, he contacted the Social Security Administration Office and was told that his check had been cashed but the office would issue him another check if he filled out an affidavit. Patterson added he contacted the U.S. Treasury office and was told that he should enroll in the automatic deposit program.

Dale Rak of Little Rock said someone had taken his $500 Dell Notebook which was on his desk at his work place, Crain Kia on Warden Road, between 5-7 p.m. Rak told police he believes another employee stole it. Rak’s $50 cordless mouse was also stolen.

Sept. 5

Rebecca Jones of Sherwood came into the police lobby and reported that between 9 p.m. and 6 a.m. someone got into her vehicle while she was at her son’s home at 403 Hillwood St. Jones said she locked the door but said her purse got stolen which had some personal checks, some cash, and various banking cards with her name on them.

Arrests

Sept. 7

James L., 40, and Augelita Jessee, 48, both of Sherwood, were arrested on charges of third-degree domestic battery after police were dispatched to their home at 2145 Hatcher Road in reference to a physical disturbance.

Sept. 5

Marion Rawls, 35, of Little Rock was arrested on a charge of possession of a controlled substance after Sherwood police took custody of Rawls from a Pulaski County Sheriff’s Department Deputy at Dilliard’s in Little Rock.

Stephanie Ragsdale, 32, of Sherwood was arrested on a charge of third-degree domestic battery after police were called to her home at 125 Shady Oak Drive in reference to a couple fighting in the middle of the street. Brent Russell, same address, told police that both of them have a child together and Russell was holding the child in his arms. Russell told police that both of them started drinking and Ragsdale started getting irritated with him so she started shoving him and held a broken beer bottle against his throat.

Incidents

Sept. 13

Amberia Ward of Sherwood said someone entered his vehicle overnight while it was parked outside of her home at 4697 Hollyridge Ave. Nothing appeared to be missing out of her unlocked Ford Explorer but she did notice she left checkbooks from two different banks in her vehicle. She later closed those accounts.

Sept. 12

James Stamps of Sherwood said he was walking on Gravel Lane near Bobbit Street for exercise. He said two young black males threw small rocks at him. He told them to stop or he would call the police. They declined to stop throwing rocks and he called 911. The two males stopped and took off running into the woods between Gravel and Nora lanes. Stamp said he was not hit but he would have been seriously injured if he had been struck.

Sept. 8

John Fitzgerald of Sherwood said someone caused $200 worth of damage to his vehicle as it was parked on the street in front of his house at 5708 Trammel Road. Fitzgerald said he works the night shift and parked his vehicle in front of his home at 7 a.m. At 3 p.m. he noticed someone spilled some type of substance on the driver’s side door of his vehicle that ate through his paint. Police observed several spots on his driver’s side door and a hand print on the driver’s side of the vehicle.

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