Dominique Houston, 27, of Sherwood was arrested on two counts of endangering the welfare of a minor, disorderly conduct and resisting arrest after police responded to 906 Karla Circle in reference to a disturbance.
Victoria Brawley, 23, of North Little Rock was arrested on charges of Driving While Intoxicated and refusal to submit to a test after police observed a black Chevrolet Impala traveling eastbound on East Kiehl Avenue that appeared to be speeding. A portable breath test was performed on her and it showed a result of 0.204.
Courtney Clingman, 23, and Stephanie Robinson, both of Little Rock, were arrested on charges of public intoxication after police were notified of a suspicious person in front of Kitty’s Creations at 201 Jan Drive, Suite D.
Matthew Moser, 23, of Jacksonville was arrested on charges of loitering and public intoxication after police responded to On The Boarder Restaurant on Landers Road in reference to a man standing at the front door trying to get in at 4 a.m.
Officers were dispatched to the Wildwood Post Office in reference to a two-vehicle private property accident. Upon arrival, police made contact with Gordon Anderson of Sherwood, who was driving a 2010 Hyundai Elantra. Anderson said he was exiting the post office on the right side of the exit lane that faces south. He said a green Toyota Camry was on the left side of the exit lane near the mailboxes. Anderson said that he began to pull up next to the Camry and the Camry made a sudden right turn and the left front bumper of his vehicle struck the right passenger door of the Camry. The driver of the Camry, Shelby Simpkins, of Sherwood said she was stopped at the mailboxes in the one-way exit lane. She stated when she was finished dropping off her mail that she made right turn to exit the post office and when she did the left front bumper of Anderson’s vehicle struck the right passenger side door of her vehicle as she tried to exit. Anderson’s vehicle sustained $200 of damage and Simpkins’ vehicle had $500 of damage. There were no injuries.
Police were dispatched to Arkansas 107 at Lee Avenue in reference to an accident where Erriyona Murry, 24, of Little Rock was arrested on charges of leaving the scene of an accident with property damage, driving with a suspended driver’s license and careless/prohibited driving. Police were told by Jessie Dickerson of Mabelvale and Shonda Grappe of Sherwood that an unknown driver had struck them and left the scene. Grappe wrote down the license plate number of a black car left the scene that helped cause the accident. Damage to all three vehicles involved totaled $6,000.