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Police made contact with Crystal Fogle of Sherwood who said she left her purse in her vehicle overnight at her home, 5700 Woodridge Lane. She went back to her 2001 Honda Accord in the morning and observed it missing. She said the right passenger window has previous damage and does not close all the way. She is unsure if that is how the suspects got into her vehicle or if she left it unlocked.
Officers were dispatched to 4600 Rixie Road, Lot 527, for a theft report where Rey David Suarez-Pacheco said he left his house at about 10:30 p.m. to run an errand and when he returned about one hour later he found his front door open. When he went inside he found his 46-inch television missing along with $3,500 in cash. He was not able to provide the serial number to the television. The money was taken out of his bedroom. Police told him it appears the theft was done by someone he knows because his home was not ransacked and the suspect knew the exact spot where the money was hidden.
Jimmy Baser of Sherwood said his 2003 Cadillac was parked in front of his house at 6028 Silver Oak Drive, and had been stolen sometime during the night. He last saw it at about noon the prior day. The vehicle was valued at $10,000.
Officers were dispatched to 9233 Wooded Acres Circle in reference to a stolen license plate. Upon arrival police spoke with Kamilla Khoury of Sherwood who said she was at the Thornhill pool with her children swimming between 2:30-6:30 p.m. and as she was leaving she observed her license plate missing.
Officers were dispatched to the Kum & Go gas station on Kiehl Avenue in reference to a highly intoxicated man who had been arrested there the prior night who was back again.
William Rogers, 27, of Sherwood was observed in the same vehicle as in the previous night at the gas pump. He was arrested on a charge of public intoxication.
Officers were dispatched to St. Vincent’s Hospital in reference to a private property accident where Kitty Fowobaje of Jacksonville stated she was driving in the parking lot area and saw a large van parked on the curbside. She stated she proceeded around the van when another vehicle driven by Nichole Bryant of West Memphis turned into her. Both vehicles sustained $1,000 of damage. Officers were unable to determine who was at fault for the accident.