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James Carlton of Sherwood said one of his car tires had been cut and became flattened, resulting in a $400 loss. Carlton said he parked his car outside of his apartment located at 3478 E. Kiehl Ave., Apt. 7808, at about 10 p.m. the prior night and then later discovered the tire flat. He also told police that the left and rear right tires of his 2008 Chevy Malibu were flat and had three puncture marks that appeared to have been made with some type of sharp object.
Alison Whitley of Sherwood said she left her home, 101 Audubon Cove, Apt. D, at about 8 p.m. to spend the evening with friends. She arrived home about five hours later and noticed her back sliding door was broken.
Whitley told police she noticed several pieces of personal property had been stolen, including Macbook Pro laptop computer, iPad 2, iPad touch, Kindle tablet, iPhone 4, coach purse, North Face backpack and a silver jewelry box. Her loss totaled about $3,600.
Martha Patlan of Sherwood said she left her $7,000 2000 Ford Explorer parked in the parking area of her mobile home, 4600 Rixie Road, Lot 460. She told police she last saw her vehicle on Oct. 5 at about 8 p.m.
Cho Han of Sherwood said someone broke into his vehicle at The Links Apartments, Apt. 5005, located on East Kiehl Avenue. Someone broke a passenger side window and stole his wallet which had $300 in cash.
Brooke Brown, 31, of Jacksonville was arrested on charges of loitering and public intoxication after police were dispatched to Tailgaters Bar in reference to a female passed out inside a black four-door car.
Shelly Williams and Shayla Hooks, both of Little Rock,were arrested on charges of shoplifting after police were dispatched to Kohl’s Department Store, 7600 Warden Road. They had about $125 worth of merchandise that did not belong to them.
Evan Davis, 21, of Jacksonville was arrested on charges of shoplifting and refusal to submit to arrest after police were called to the Wal-Mart Supercenter in reference to a shoplifter in custody.
Shawn Furr of Roland said the accident was his fault when he had stopped on West Kiehl Avenue at its intersection with Arkansas 107 for a stop light. Furr said that another driver, Mark Elkins of Little Rock, was stopped in front of him. He thought the front of Elkins’ car went forward so Furr stepped on the gas pedal. Furr stuck the rear of the other vehicle, resulting in an accident totaling $500 in damage.
Police were dispatched to 306 Country Club in reference to a two-vehicle accident without injury. Upon arrival, officers met with drivers Jake Meredith and Marjorie Carson, both of Sherwood. Meredith told police that Carson’s vehicle, located in front of him, slowed and he struck the rear of her vehicle. Damage totaled $850 for Meredith’s vehicle and $200 for Carson’s. Meredith was found to be at fault in the accident but was not issued a citation.