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Sherwood police beat

Thefts

Nov. 20

Leon Nicholson, 1007 Silvercreek Drive, said his $1,000 camera was stolen from his Mustang while he was at Sam’s Club. The theft took place about on Nov. 5 when he left the camera on the floor board of his car in a soft side black case.

Lance Stroud, 25 E. Laramie St, Apt. B., said someone broke into his home and caused $200 worth of damage to his front door and trim. He said when he returned home at about 9:15 p.m. he noticed his door was standing open and the lights were on in his apartment. Nothing was reported missing.

Nov. 21

Charles and Barbara Kumpe of Sherwood said they left their home at 497 Lynnwood Drive for a week and noticed when they returned on Nov. 3 that some of Mrs. Kumpe’s favorite jewelry was missing. The estimated loss in jewelry totaled $2,600.

Greta Harrison of Sherwood said while she was inside the Wal-Mart Supercenter on Arkansas 107 someone broke out the small window on the right rear passenger of her 2008 Chevrolet HHR and stole her purse. Damage totaled $100 and her purse had documents with her personal information on them.

Margaret Robinson of Sherwood said she was in her upstairs office and noticed that a closet appeared to have been rummaged through. She discovered that between 15-20 Longaberger baskets were missing which were valued at $5,000. She also stated two boxes of assorted Longaberger dishes were missing which were additional losses of $250.

Arrests

Nov. 20

Chancellor Tharpe, 18, of Alexander was arrested on charges of possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia and driving with a defective taillight after police saw him driving with a burned out light on Arkansas 107 near West Lake Circle.

Antonio Garcia, 29, of Sherwood was arrested on charges of DWI, no driver’s license, no proof of insurance and failure to pay his registration fee after police saw his car driving down the center of the road on Rixie Road.

Abel Carrenza, 35, of North Little Rock was arrested on charges of DWI, refusal to submit to a field sobriety test and no driver’s license after police observed him cross the center line several times on Kiehl Avenue.

Jack Garrison, 19, of Sherwood was arrested on a charge of DWI after police observed the pickup truck he was driving northbound on Arkansas 107 approaching Club Road served in the outside lane.

Mi Kim, 24, of Sherwood was arrested on a charge of public intoxication after police were dispatched to the Phillips 66 service station on Wildwood Avenue in reference to a drunk driver.

Nov. 21

Danny Cartwright, 30, of Sherwood was arrested on a charge of third-degree battery people who knew him came into the police lobby to report a domestic battery.

Nov. 22

Ian Crook, 30, of Marion was arrested on charges of DWI, refusal to submit to a field sobriety test, obstructing governmental operations, speeding, suspended driver’s license and left of center after police observed him driving on Arkansas 107 at General Samuels Drive straddling the center line.

Mariah Powell, 24, of Sherwood was arrested on charges of driving left of center, improper lane change, no seat belt, failure to pay registration fee, improper use of evidence of registration, no proof of insurance, no driver’s license and driving with a suspended license after police noticed that the Honda Accord he was driving on Kiehl Avenue near the Kiehl Shopping Center drifted over the fog line.

Nov. 23

Dean Brink, 44, of Melbourne, Fla., was arrested on charges of DWI and refusal to submit to a field sobriety test after police at 2:19 a.m. noticed a car parked in the crossways to the normal parking area in front of A Healing Touch on Arkansas 107.

Windell Poole, 52, of Maryville, Tenn., was arrested on a charge of DWI after police observed someone driving a tan Chevrolet Impala going through a red light on Wildwood Avenue near Landers Road.

Jeremy Mullins, 25, of Sherwood was arrested on charges of public intoxication, disorderly conduct and criminal mischief after police were dispatched to Academy Sports in reference to a man who called and said he was being unwillingly held in a vehicle in transport to the V.A. Hospital. When officers arrived, they found Mullins at the scene smelling with the odor of intoxicants.

Nov. 24

Jesse Christian, 22, of Sherwood was arrested on a charge of possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia after police observed the Dodge Ram pickup truck with its left headlight out which pulled onto Kiehl Avenue.

Nov. 25

Alexandra Coulter, 19, of Sherwood was arrested on a charge of shoplifting after police stopped the vehicle she was riding in and determined she had a warrant out for her arrest on the charge. During the same incident, Jennifer Roberts, 24, of Jacksonville was arrested on charges of driving with a suspended license. The arrests took place outside of the Dollar General Store, 14929 Arkansas 107 in Gravel Ridge.

Garie Fisher, 19, of Sherwood was arrested on a charge of shoplifting after police were dispatched to the Wal-Mart Supercenter on Arkansas 107 in reference to a shoplifter in custody.

Accidents

Nov. 21

Gordon Norrell of Sherwood said he was turning off of Big Creek Road onto Fork River Road when he struck the mailbox at 411 Fork River, destroying the $500 brick mailbox. After hitting the mailbox, his 2009 Honda C-RV turned over on its side, resulting in $3,500 in damage. Norrell was found at fault for the accident and was cited for careless/prohibited driving.

Camryn Clarke of Sherwood said she was pulling out of the driveway of the North Hills Shopping Center, pulled out too far and struck another vehicle driven by Melissa Perez of Sherwood. Both vehicles sustained $200 of damage.

Police were dispatched to the Super Shell service station on Warden Road and Wildwood Avenue in reference to a traffic accident. Laverne Fultz of Searcy said she was operating a loaner vehicle from Crain Hyundai and stopped at a light on Wildwood when she was struck from behind by another vehicle driven by Amanda Gayle of Jacksonville. The Hyundai Sonata sustained $500 of damage. Gayle was driving on a suspended license and was determined to be at fault for following too close.

Dominique Bryant of England said he parked his vehicle in the south parking lot next to the Wal-Mart Supercenter on Arkansas 107 and when he came back his Toyota Corolla had a $150 baseball-sized dent on the top of the passenger side front fender.

Nov. 23

Joanna Brooks of North Little Rock said she was turning onto Brockington Road from the outside northbound lane on Arkansas 107 and as she turned her wheels locked up and she slid into a concrete curb, causing $500 worth of damage. She said her vehicle then darted across the road and landed in a ditch.

Howard Riley of Sherwood said he was driving westbound on Hatcher Road when he struck a deer, causing $500 of damage to his Ford Edge. He said he did not see the deer until he hit it.

Michael Dunlap of Greenbrier said he was northbound on Arkansas 107 just south of Oakbrooke Drive when a deer ran out on the road. Dunlap said he applied his brakes but could not stop in time. No one was injured and his 2003 Chevrolet vehicle was still operational.

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