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Arrests

Feb. 5

Demonte Davidson, 19, of North Little Rock was arrested on a charge of shoplifting after police noticed three men coming out of the Wal-Mart Supercenter garden center at a quick pace. Officers then observed that two of the men were Wal-Mart asset protection associates. He was arrested for taking two packs of screen protectors valued at $60.

Paul Taylor, 53, of Sherwood was arrested on charges of DWI II, no insurance, littering and attempting to influence a public servant after he had just dumped an empty beer can and empty wine bottle out of his vehicle on Arkansas 107 and onto the parking lot of the Wal-Mart Neighborhood Market, and then he drove off towards Arkansas 107 in a white Ford vehicle.

Feb. 6

Joseph Heslep, 19, of Cabot was arrested on a charge of obstructing government operations after police noticed he cut in very closely behind another vehicle as it passed by on Brockington Road.

Amauhd Williams, 24, of Sherwood was arrested on a charge of obstructing government operations after police observed someone inside Cherrywood Park at 2:45 a.m. when all city parks are closed at 10 p.m.

Thefts

Feb. 7

Officers were dispatched to North Hills Animal Hospital, 7805 Arkansas 107, in reference to theft of property from a vehicle.

Shandy Johnsen of Jacksonville said sometime between noon and 6 p.m. someone broke the passenger side front window of her 2009 Toyota and stole her wallet that was inside her purse in the passenger side floorboard. Johnsen said her vehicle had been parked in the rear parking lot of the animal hospital since she arrived in the morning.

She stated she had several credit/debit cards along with her checkbook, driver’s license and concealed carry license had been stolen. She said she had begun cancelling her credit cards and learned that someone had charged $342.18 to one of her cards at Walgreen’s in Sherwood.

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