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Thefts

Oct. 8

Tressie Jackson of Sherwood said she was shopping at Dollar General in the Indianhead Shopping Center, went to pay for her items and noticed her wallet missing. It contained about $50 in cash and various banking cards and personal information.

Police were dispatched to Little Treasure’s on Indianhead Drive in reference to a burglary. Police made contact with three employees who said they had arrived at about 6 a.m. and noticed an open cabinet and printer moved in the main office. They noticed various items missing, including $10 from an application on the desk underneath the open cabinet. Police were also told a $600 Apple Ipad2, and two $300 Apple Ipads were stolen.

Incidents

Jean Dixon of Sherwood told police she believed someone was prowling around her neighborhood located on Minnequa Drive. Officers searched the area but found no one.

Accidents

Oct. 8

Police responded to 222 Beth Drive in reference to a vehicle damage report. Upon arrival, contact was made with John Fasion, same address, who said he was traveling westbound on Jacksonville Cutoff Road in his 2007 Kenworth T30 wrecker. Fasion said he was loading another vehicle, coming down the roadway when the wrecker struck some tree limbs which resulted in another traveling vehicle sustaining $600 of damage. The other vehicle was driven by Linda Parks of Sherwood, who was riding a 2004 Toyota Camry.

Colton Roys of Amarillo, Texas, said he was inside the home at 2200 Sage Meadows Drive when he heard a loud noise outside. He said his vehicle was parked on the side of the road, halfway on the grass and road. He went outside and saw some minor scratches to the driver’s side rear quarter panel. Sharon Mayes of Sherwood said she was backing out of her driveway when the rear of her vehicle collided with Roys’ vehicle. Mayes’ vehicle sustained $100 of damage while Roys’ vehicle had $400 of damage. Mayes was found at fault for the accident for careless and prohibited driving.

Oct. 9

Rose Harvey of Jacksonville told police she was turning left into the McDonald’s parking lot on Warden Road headed eastbound when she observed another vehicle driven by Sheyenne McClain of Jacksonville backing out of a parking space. Harvey said she accelerated and tried to miss McClain’s vehicle but the rear bumper of McClain’s vehicle struck the rear quarter panel of her vehicle. McClain’s vehicle sustained $200 in damage while Harvey’s vehicle had $300 in damage.

Police were dispatched to 9053 Arkansas 107 where a private property accident took place involving Mark Harper and Rosetta McAllister, both of Sherwood. According to the accident report, Harper told police he was pulling his vehicle into a marked parking lot when his brakes locked up and he could not stop his pickup truck and made contact with another parked vehicle owned by McAllister. Harper’s truck sustained $100 in damage while McAllister had $500 in damage.

Oct. 10

Jerrial Rice of Sherwood said he was backing his Ford F-150 truck from a parking space at the EZ Mart Store on East Kiehl Avenue when he struck a Nissan Altima belonging to Ruby Potts of North Little Rock. Potts’ car sustained $200 worth of damage.

Penny Green of Sherwood said she pulled out of a driveway on Oakhaven Street. She was driving behind a van, waiting to merge onto Kiehl Avenue. She placed her car into reverse and did not see another vehicle behind her driven by Joshua Alexander of Sherwood. Green’s Honda Accord sustained $200 of damage while Alexander’s Altima had $100 of damage. Green was found at fault for the accident for careless/prohibited driving.

Arrests

Oct. 8

Franklin Wallace, 61, of Sherwood was arrested on charges of DWI, careless/prohibited driving and leaving the scene of an accident with property damage after police received a report of a vehicle running off the road on Kiehl Avenue at Indianhead Drive and struck some bushes.

Amy Wilkerson, 27, of Benton was arrested on a charge of shoplifting after police were dispatched to the Wal-Mart Supercenter on Arkansas 107 in regards to a shoplifter in custody.

Torin Powers, 24, of Sherwood was arrested on charges of possession of a controlled substance, driving with a suspended license and failure to use turn signal after police observed him turning into the Shell Service Station parking lot on Kiehl Avenue without using a turn signal.

Oct. 9

Justin Overton, 22, of Sherwood was arrested on charges of DWI, refusal to submit to a field sobriety test and careless/prohibited driving after police conducted a traffic stop on Oakedale Road because police observed the motorist nearly drove off the road.

Brittany Mayo, 23, of Ward was arrested on charges of possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia after police were dispatched to the Waffle House Restaurant in reference to a report of a person smoking inside a vehicle with a small child.

Oct. 10

Brandon Vocque, 28, of Sherwood was arrested on charges of third-degree domestic battering and second-degree assault on a family member after police were called to his home at 10 Peacon Valley Drive in reference to a domestic disturbance.

William Hopson, 34, of White Hall was arrested on charges of DWI and driving on a suspended driver’s license after police observed his vehicle stop abruptly in the Bradford Marine parking lot.

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