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Arrests

June 24

Jeremy Burnett, 31, of North Little Rock was arrested on a charge of shoplifting after police responded to the Wal-Mart Supercenter on Arkansas 107 in reference to a shoplifting in progress.

Gary Freeman, 67, of Tilly was arrested on a charge of DWI after police were dispatched to the Jacksonville Cutoff and Gibson roads intersection in reference to a possible drunk driver in a gray van.

William Rogers, 27, of Sherwood was arrested on a charge of public intoxication after police were dispatched to the Kum N Go gas station on East Kiehl Avenue in reference to a man who was possibly intoxicated.

Thefts

June 24

Police were dispatched to Concord Boats, 7901 Warden Road, at 8:24 a.m. in reference to a theft of property report. Francis Hawkins of Sherwood said his son, Brian Scogin, was on his way into work and stated that at about 7:40 a.m. He noticed the chain used to secure the entrance gate to their business had been cut during the night and Scrogin’s four-wheeler had been stolen. Police reported that the $9,000 Outlander 800 was last seen the night before at 8:30 p.m.

Officers were dispatched to Best Beverage Equipment, 409 Manson Road, where Elbert Enloe reported the theft of an $800 trailer. He told police sometime during the night someone cut the lock to the gate and took the trailer which measures 14-by-5 feet from the fenced-in area at the business. Nothing else was reported stolen.

Officers were dispatched to Southern Coating and Nameplate, 6200 Getty Drive, in reference to an attempted burglary where Manager Mark Osborn said sometime during the weekend someone had tampered with two doors on the north side of the business. Damage totaled $100 and nothing was reported stolen.

Leon Hays of Sherwood said that about 9:30 p.m. He heard noise in his garage at 7107 Park Meadows and when he went out to check he noticed his $200 Sears weed eater missing. He told police he had left his garage door open.

Kirk Wade of Sherwood said his $940 motor scooter was stolen sometime between June 24 at 11:40 p.m. and June 25 at 9:40 a.m. Wade said the scooter was locked with a master lock and cable around a tree on the east side of Building 3516 at his home located at the Links Apartments, 3462 E. Kiehl Ave.

Accidents

June 24

Officers were dispatched to 201 Oak Hill Place in reference to a traffic accident that had taken place but had no injuries. Linda Hawkins of Sherwood said she was on Country Club going toward the freeway headed eastbound when a truck backed out of a driveway headed northbound near the intersection of Coolhurst Drive and struck the side of her car. The truck was operated by William Sheets of Sherwood. Hawkins’ Honda Accord sustained $800 of damage. Sheets was not issued a citation but was found at fault for the accident for failing to yield from a driveway.

June 25

Officers were dispatched to the area of Calva and Cornflower roads in reference to a traffic accident with no injuries. Brian Plummer and Latisha Robinson, both of Sherwood, told police that Plummer was headed northbound behind Robinson at a stop sign. Plummer said after Robinson stopped she took off from the intersection and made a stop, resulting in him hitting the rear of Robinson’s Chevy Trailblazer. The Trailblazer did not receive damage but Plummer’s Chrysler 300 sustained $600 worth of damage. Plummer was found at fault for the accident but was not issued a citation.

Police were dispatched to ABC Financial, 8320 Arkansas 107 in reference to a private property accident. Telicia Williams of Sherwood, the owner of a 2013 Dodge, and Amy Stroud, of Sherwood, the owner of a 2005 Ford, collided after Stroud did a parallel park in front of Williams’ vehicle. Stroud said she did not realize she struck the other vehicle. Williams’ vehicle sustained $100 of damage. Williams said the damage took place when Stroud backed into her vehicle.

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