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Motor vehicle accidents

April 7

Officers were dispatched to the intersection of Arkansas 107 and Kellogg Road in reference to a single-vehicle accident. Lauren Crew of Little Rock told police she was traveling southbound on Arkansas 107 approaching Kellogg when she lost control of her vehicle and spun out, and landed in a ditch, causing $300 of damage to her Honda Civic.

April 8

Officers were dispatched to the intersection of Warden Road and Wildwood Avenue where Lauren Marshall of Jacksonville said she was traveling southbound on Warden Road in the outside lane and stopped for a red light at Wildwood. She started to make a right hand when she was struck from behind by a tan Ford driven by Jerry Elliot of Sherwood. Elliot’s vehicle had $50 of damage while Marshall’s vehicle had $250 of damage. Elliot was found to be at fault for the accident for following too close.

April 12

Officers were dispatched to the Indianhead Shopping Center in reference to a private property accident where Angela Nicholson of Sherwood said she was turning out of the shopping center onto East Kiehl Avenue, heard a horn, and struck a Jeep driven by Gail Brannon of Monticello. Nicholson’s 2012 Honda PLT sustained $1,100 of damage while Gail’s vehicle had $500 of damage. Both drivers exchanged insurance information and were given the incident number for the accident.

Arrests

April 13

Elizabeth Gatewood, 30, of Sherwood was arrested on a charge of disorderly conduct after police were dispatched to her home at 100 Hemlock Drive in reference to a possible disturbance.

Lindsey Piker, 36, of North Little Rock was arrested on charges of possession of a controlled substance (methamphetamine) and possession of drug paraphernalia after police observed a black Kia parked in the parking lot of Tractor Supply Company on Landers Road. The Kia had ran over the curb and the vehicle’s middle was resting on the curb.

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