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William Clinton, 31, of Jacksonville was arrested on charges of possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia, no vehicle license, no seat belt, no proof of insurance and driving with a suspended license after police saw the car he was driving on Kiehl Avenue at Merryman Street had no license plate.
Chuck Stratton, 54, of Jacksonville was arrested on charges of possession of a scheduled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia (both felonies) after police were dispatched to the Highway 5 Exxon in Cabot to meet Lonoke County Sheriff’s Office deputies to pick up Stratton, a prisoner, who had a warrant out for his arrest out of Sherwood’s police department.
William Casady, 78, of North Little Rock was arrested on charges of DWI and left of center after police observed someone driving a Toyota Tacoma pickup truck go left of center three times while traveling westbound on Trammel Road.
Roy Brown, 22, of North Little Rock was arrested on charges of public intoxication and obstructing governmental operations after police conducted a traffic stop at McDonald’s Restaurant on Oakdale Road/Arkansas 107 because the tag on the back of a red 1990 Plymouth van should have belonged to a white van.
Cary Elkins, 23, of Sherwood was arrested on charges of DWI and of center. During the same incident, Natalie Smith, 21, of Cabot was arrested on a charge of public intoxication. The charges resulted after police were conducting property checks of Warden Road businesses and they saw someone driving a Volkswagen travel from behind the Furniture Factory Outlet and then travel left of center while on Wildwood Avenue.
Justin Tyson, 22, of Sherwood was arrested on charges of possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia, tampering with physical evidence and obstructing governmental operations. During the same incident, Allison Bowden, 23, of Sherwood was arrested on charges of improper turn, driving with a suspended license, no seatbelt and no proof of insurance. The arrests took place after police observed the vehicle they were driving at the Phillips 66 station on Landers Road north of Trammel make an improper turn.
Justin Mitchell, 21, of Jacksonville was arrested on charges of shoplifting and public intoxication after police were dispatched to the Wal-Mart Supercenter on a report of a shoplifter attempting to leave the store with merchandise he did not buy.
Colte Johnson, 21, of Sherwood was arrested on charges of possession of methamphetamine with the purpose to deliver (felony), possession of a controlled substance with the purpose to deliver (felony), three counts of possession of drug paraphernalia (felony), and proximity to certain facilities enhancement after police were called to the Wal-Mart Supercenter after receiving a report of a shoplifter in custody.
Robert Terry, 28, of Sherwood was arrested on charges of aggravated assault on a police officer (felony), second degree assault on a family/household member, second-degree resting arrest, public intoxication and disorderly conduct after police responded to a call at 950 Trammel Road in reference to a domestic disturbance.
Berenice Saldate, 21, of Jacksonville was arrested on charges of DWI and careless/prohibited driving after police were dispatched to Arkansas 107 north of the Little Rock Air Force Base in reference to a rollover accident. Saldate said the accident resulted when she was lighting a cigarette in the car, glimpsed forward and saw a deer on the road. She avoided the deer but went off the road and rolled her Nissan Sentra onto its roof, resulting in $15,000 worth of damage.
Jahmesael Gay, 29, of North Little Rock was arrested on charges of possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia after police were dispatched to Parkcrest Apartments to assist Pulaski County Sheriff Office deputies on a report of a man urinating on a bush in front of the pool.
James Schmitt of Jacksonville said while he was waiting to pick up his child from Sylvan Hills Middle School he was asked to move his 2004 Liberty Jeep where he had stopped. As he backed up his vehicle, which was parked on the right side of the driveway leading to the school entrance, he struck a 2002 BMW driven by Paula Williamson of Sherwood. Williamson’s vehicle sustained $2,000 of damage and had to be towed from the scene Schmitt’s vehicle sustained no damage.
Justin Jackson of Sherwood said at about 6:30 p.m. he noticed damage to his 1992 Ford truck on the driver’s side door and front fender which had been parked outside of his home, 9000 Brockington Road, Apt. 70, for several days. Jackson noticed that the Dodge Durango parked beside his vehicle had damage to the driver’s side front fender and bumper. The owner of the Durango, Kristie Kelly of Little Rock, approached Jackson and said she had caused the damage to his truck during the morning hours. Both vehicles sustained $300 of damage.
Christopher Williams and Jaquelin Maize, both of Sherwood, told police they were in the center turn lane of Arkansas 107 facing north, wanting to turn west into the Wal-Mart parking lot when a collision ensued, resulting in Maize’s 2012 Toyota Prius sustaining $400 of damage. Williams was found at fault for the accident due to inattentive driving.
Jimmy Waddles of North Little Rock said he was traveling northwest on the Kiehl overpass attempting to make a left turn onto the Kiehl Loop that leads to Landers Road. Waddles said he began to make the turn when he observed a Dodge Ram pickup traveling eastbound in the outside lane of the Kiehl overpass. The accident occurred when the front bumper of the Waddles vehicle struck the left front bumper of the Dodge Ram driven by Marvin Greene of North Little Rock. Green’s vehicle sustained $400 of damage while Waddles’ vehicle had $50 of damage. Waddles was found at fault for the accident for failure to yield on a left turn. He was not issued a citation.
Robert Barton of North Little Rock said he was backing out of his parking spot at Just Like Moms on East Kiehl Avenue when he bumped the front bumper of another vehicle driven by Scott Johnson of Jacksonville. Barton’s Chevy Silverado truck had $250 of damage while Johnson’s Mazda Miata had $500 of damage. Barton’s vehicle is owned by the North Little Rock Fire Department. Barton was found at fault for the accident but was not issued a citation because the incident took place on private property.