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Arrests

May 2

Joshua Proffitt, 31, of Sherwood was arrested on charges of third-degree domestic battery and public intoxication after police were called to his home at 111 Greenwood Ave. in reference to a fight between a man and woman.

May 3

Steven Kollmann, 49, of Sherwood was arrested on a charge of third-degree domestic battery after police were dispatched to his home at 7114 Amanda St. in reference to a 911 hang up call. Upon arrival, police made contact with Carolyn Russell who told police that Kollmann struck her with a board.

Jessica Mason, 33, of Sherwood was arrested on a charge of public intoxication after police were dispatched to 603 S. Longfield Drive in reference to a possible medical situation.

May 4

Christopher Wilson, 24, of Russellville was arrested on charges of possession of a controlled substance and driving with a suspended license after police were patrolling the area of Landers Road for suspects that had just robbed a gas station on Wildwood Avenue. Police reported they noticed a four-door sedan sitting in an empty parking lot of Tractor Supply Company, 5470 Landers. The driver began backing out of the parking lot and officers activated their emergency lights and stopped the vehicle. Upon contact with Wilson, officers reported a strong odor of what is believed to be marijuana.

May 5

Sharron Mitchell, 67, of Sherwood was arrested on charges of disorderly conduct and public intoxication after police were dispatched to her house at 2 Briarstone Road in reference to an intoxicated female yelling and fighting. According to the police report, upon arrival, police found the front door open and could immediately hear a female yelling and using profane language. Officers said Mitchell’s voice could be heard from the streets. Two other 2 Briarstone residents, Carol Baker and Lisa Mitchell, as well as Branden Butler of Roland all pointed to a room where Mitchell was located and said she had to leave the premises because she was becoming violent and uncontrollable. Upon entering the room, officers observed Mitchell lying in the floor still yelling and screaming. When police attempted to speak with her, Mitchell addressed them by using profanity and had a strong odor of intoxicants about her person.

Accidents

May 3

Officers were dispatched to 105 Chiliwood Drive in reference to a single-vehicle accident where John Coor of Sherwood said he had pulled his Kia Optima into the driveway to load items. He left the vehicle and it popped out of gear, traveled backwards out of the driveway and struck a neighbor’s fence located at 105 Katye Lane, owned by Debra Ashbury. The fence sustained $450 in damage while the vehicle had $800 in damage.

Mu Yohe of Sherwood told police her 2008 Chevy sedan struck a pole in the parking lot of the Wal-Mart Supercenter, causing $3,000 worth of damage to her car. She told police she was not injured.

Incidents

May 10

Officers were dispatched to 203 Calloway Drive in reference to a welfare concern where police spoke with Darcy Murphy, same address, who said her husband, Michael Murphy was angry and breaking everything inside. According to the police report, officers noticed a large fish tank on the lawn with broken glass and that the front door of the house was in disarray. Upon entry inside, police found broken dishes, trash and utensils all over the kitchen. Officers contacted Michael Murphy in his bedroom and observed the drawers, clothes and other property thrown around. He told police he was angry when he came home and his wife was not there. Murphy agreed to leave the premises.

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