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Accidents

Nov. 18

Officers were advised that Elise Smith of North Little Rock was headed northbound on Arkansas 107 and was at a complete stop at the Kiehl Avenue intersection when her Honda was struck in the rear by another vehicle driven by Elsie Holt of North Little Rock. Holt said she had just received eye surgery and did not see very well. Smith’s vehicle sustained $500 of damage.

Nov. 19

James Crane of Bryant told police he was traveling northbound on Brockington Road near Arkansas 107, attempting to merge onto the Arkansas 107 when he struck the rear of another vehicle driven by Jackqueline Eubanks of Sherwood. Both vehicles sustained $100 of damage. Crane was found to be at fault for the accident for following too close.

Shirley Fluharty of Sherwood said she was backing out of a parking lot space at the Sherwood Post Office and did not see another vehicle driven by Velda Sallis of Sherwood, which resulted in an accident. Both vehicles sustained $100 of damage. Fluharty was found at fault for the accident.

Officers were dispatched to the Kiehl Loop at Landers Road in reference to an accident. Upon arrival officers spoke with drivers Zettie Carter of Jacksonville and Adam Overton of Little Rock.

Carter said she was behind Overton on the loop stopped at a yield sign before Landers. Carter said she thought Overton proceeded forward and merged onto Landers but he didn’t and that is when her vehicle struck his car in the back end.

Carter’s vehicle had $500 of damage while Overton’s vehicle had $100 of damage.

Carter was found at fault in the accident and was issued a citation for following too close.

Arrests

Nov. 19

Brad Latimer, 43, of North Little Rock was arrested on charges of possession of a controlled substance and public intoxication after police observed him on the back row of American Storage Buildings.

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