Brandon Allen, 34 of Sherwood was arrested on a charge of public intoxication after police were dispatched to 8860 Thomas Drive, Apt. 12, in reference to a burglary in progress.
Officers were dispatched to 6104 N. Hills Blvd. in reference to a single-vehicle accident where Siedah Robinson of Sherwood said she was operating her 2005 Pontiac traveling southbound on North Hills Boulevard. The vehicle suddenly started pulling to the right and she began correcting it when she felt a “pop” through steering column and wheel. As she continued straightening the wheel, the front end suddenly veered to the left causing it to spin about 180 degrees and sliding sideways. She struck the landscaping, shrubs and trees of Eddyce Lofton, 6104 N. Hills Blvd. Robinson’s vehicle sustained $500 of damage while Lofton’s property had $200 of damage. Mechanical failure of the steering column was determined to be the cause of the accident.
Officers responded to the area of Arkansas 107 and North Hills Boulevard in reference to a motor vehicle accident. Andrea McMinn of Sherwood said she was traveling southbound on Arkansas 107 in the middle lane near North Hills. Her attention was diverted from the traffic towards her daughter in the back seat and when she looked back to the traffic she was unable to stop in time before impacting a stopped vehicle in front of her driven by Lindsey Harvey of Sherwood. McMinn’s 2005 Jeep Limited sustained $800 of damage while Harvey’s 2007 Jeep Spirit had $400 of damage. No injuries were reported. McMinn was determined to be at fault for the accident for following too close but was not issued a citation.
Marvious Griffin of Sherwood reported someone broke into his Chevy Impala at 104 North Fork Drive, causing $500 of damage to the dash board. Someone stole a Pioneer sound system.
Officers were dispatched to 128 Whitewood Drive in reference to a theft of property from a motor vehicle. Jill Pugh of Sherwood said she went outside her home at about 5:20 a.m. and noticed the interior light on in her 2012 Toyota Tundra. Pugh said she hard 3-4 voices of males talking and laughing south of the resident. Pugh said a $600 sound system was stolen. Pugh said the vehicle was left unlocked.