Incidents reported to Maumelle police through Oct. 5:

Arrests

100 Millwood Circle: On Sept. 27, William Tyrone Rufus, 30, of Little Rock was arrested on an outstanding warrant alleging criminal contempt of court when he turned himself in. He was released on $275 bail and given a court date.

14425 Frontier Drive: On Sept. 28, Andres Ramos, 42, was arrested at his residence by officer Stewart Bragg on an outstanding warrant for alleged failure to appear in court. He was released on $550 bail.

100 Millwood Circle: On Sept. 28, Mieisha Brown, 22, of North Little Rock was arrested on an outstanding warrant for failure to appear in court and alleged criminal contempt of court. She was released on $550 bail.

100 Victory Lane: On Sept. 29, Brian Bush, 30, of Little Rock was arrested on an alleged disorderly conduct charge at the Maumelle High School Hornet stadium. Lt. Jim Hansard said he was on foot patrol on the north end of the stadium when Michelle Mitchell, 39, of North Little Rock approached him complaining about Bush’s behavior. Hansard said he asked both Bush and his companion, Lnu Fnu to move because they were standing along a rail. "Both presented bad attitudes and loud, excited voices, " Hansard said. He said when he then asked both of them to move from the rail and both refused to do so. Hansard said the couple accused him of "unfairly singling them out." He said he tried to tell them that they were not allowed to stand against the rail and he was going to remove everyone doing so but " at this point, Mr. Bush became highly agitated and started to yell profane language" at him and Mitchell. Hansard said there were hundreds of witnesses including several children who overheard the vulgar comments.

Kentucky Fried Chicken parking lot on Arkansas Highway 365: On Sept. 29, Dwight Earl House, Jr., 19, of Jonesboro was arrested and charged with possession of intoxicating liquor by a minor and drinking on a highway after Cpl. Debra Bagley was called to assist officer Keegan Wright who was working off-duty at Lake Liquor, where he had a complaint of an alleged theft of a 24-bottle case of Corona beer from the back of a pickup truck. Wright stated that he "observed a black male exit the black Mustang and steal the beer before leaving." House was found in the passenger seat of the Mustang and refused to tell police the whereabouts of the driver.

Kentucky Fried Chicken parking lot on Arkansas Highway 365: On Sept. 29, Lavonte Kertrel Childs, 19, of Camden was also arrested in the above incident and also charged with alleged possession of intoxicating liquor by a minor and drinking on a highway. The minors were all students at the University of Central Arkansas in Conway.

34 Edgehill Cove: On Sept. 24, David Blake Lands, 30, of Maumelle was arrested and charged with three felony counts of possession of a firearm by certain persons, theft by receiving, felony possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of a controlled substance after a search and seizure warrant was executed at 34 Edgehill Cove. Officers said they found a stolen Browning shotgun, another 12-gauge shotgun owned by Lands, a .22 caliber semi-automatic rifle, 37 12-gauge shotgun shells, four .243 caliber center fire rounds, three pill bottles, 21 12-gauge shotgun shells, a wooden marijuana container, a metal pipe "one hitter," a plastic grinder and a plastic roller. Detective Chris Lester said Lands also had an active bench warrant from Pulaski County Circuit Court for an involuntary commitment.

110 Commons Drive: On Sept. 24, Mark Benjamin Buford, 36, of Lafayette, LA, was arrested and charged with possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia after police received a call about an alleged fraudulent prescription being passed at the Kroger Pharmacy. When officers arrived they "took down the suspect as well as three occupants of the suspect vehicle," according to Detective Chase Campbell. He said he found a wooden container of marijuana and a metal one-hitter pipe within the front center console.

201 Tivoli Lane: On Sept. 30, Kendal Booker, 40, of Maumelle was arrested and charged with violation of the Arkansas Hot Check Law after officers responded to an accident and discovered outstanding warrants from Sherwood and Craighead County. Booker was transferred to Sherwood police who came after him.

26 Hickory Lane: On Sept. 30, Sean Eubanks, 20, of Orleans, VT, was arrested and charged with soliciting without a permit after police said they received calls from residents about the solicitors. Police said when they found Eubanks at 8 Hickory Lane he said he worked for Blue Diamond Subscriptions and was dropped off by his boss to sell magazine subscriptions door-to-door. He told police there were eight sales representatives working in town.

110 Commons Drive: On Oct. 2, Juanmeski Goff, 26, of Conway was arrested and charged with driving on a revoked and suspended driver’s license. Officer Justin Woods said he saw a blue Nissan Armada traveling south on Club Manor Drive at a "high rate of speed." Woods said he recorded the vehicle going 49 mph in a 30 mph zone and performed a traffic stop. When he checked Goff’s records Woods said the records showed her license was suspended and she had an active warrant for her arrests out of Faulkner County for failure to appear in court. She was taken to police headquarters and released to the custody of Faulkner County deputies.

Lake Willastein Park: On Oct. 2, Meagan Kunert, 26, of Conway was arrested on active warrants from Faulkner County, Logan County and Clarksville for violation of Arkansas Hot Check Law. She was released to Faulkner County deputies.

101 Manitou Drive: On Oct. 3, Dylan Austin Bishop, 21, of Maumelle was arrested and charged with driving on a revoked and suspended driver’s license and for failure to stop at a stop sign after officer Jeremy A, Newlin, Sr., said he saw a white Civic fail to stop at the stop sign on Ozark Drive and Blue Mountain Drive. Bishop said he failed to stop because "he was upset he was called in to work" at Taco Bell.

2002 Murphy Drive: On Oct. 3, Kathryn Henson, 24, of Little Rock was arrested during a traffic stop for expired tags and records showed an outstanding warrant from Maumelle for alleged Contempt of Court.

100 Millwood Court: On Oct. 3, Courtney Perkins, 22, of North Little Rock was arrested on three outstanding warrants from Maumelle District Court for alleged failure to appear and two Criminal Contempt of court warrants when he showed up at Maumelle District Court.

Thefts

269 Millwood Circle: On Sept. 30, Lisa Washburn, 47, an employee of the Maumelle Animal Clinic told police at outside storage shed at the clinic had been broken into and $250 in cleaning supplies, a $199 hedge trimmer and a 50-foot electrical extension cord were missing. Police said they found no signs of forced entry.

1801 Club Manor Drive: On Sept. 30, Christine O’Neill, 44, of North Little Rock, acting manager of the Dollar General store reported the shoplifting of an $18 bottle of laundry detergent. O’Neill described the alleged shoplifter as a black male in his 40s with graying hair.

65 Rolling Oaks Drive: On Oct. 1, Melissa Menchhaca, 38, told police her vehicle had been broken into the night before. She told police the vehicle was parked in her driveway unlocked and a gym bag with her workout clothes and her wallet were stolen from her Isuzu Trooper. The wallet had $150 in cash, credit cards and her driver’s license, she said and the credit card had already been used to make purchases at Wal-Mart and at a gas station in North Little Rock.

101 Castellane Court: On Oct. 3, Michael Hurchens, 41, reported the theft of a handgun and a flashlight from his unlocked 2010 Ford F—150 pickup. He said a $650 Glock 23 .40 caliber semi-automatic pistol, a $100 Streamlight flashlight, a $75 Galco holster and four Glock clips valued at $50 were all taken.

204 Hidden Valley Loop: On Oct. 3, Jeanine Rosales, 53, told police a $750 Apple iPad 2 was stolen from her home. She told police she first noticed the computer missing after three friends had visited her.

4 Braeswood Place: On Oct. 3, Brooke Hamilton, 25, said she left her Jeep parked in her driveway unlocked and said someone had broken into it and stolen several items including a $50 Camo pullover, a $15 pair of sunglasses and $5 in cigarettes.

107 Castellane Court: On Oct. 3, Deanna Beard, 35, told police that someone stole items from her unlocked 2010 Toyota Camry including her $400 purse which included several credit cards and $10 in cash. She said a Region’s Bank card had already been used at three North Little Rock gasoline stations.

118 Avignon Circle: On Oct. 3, John Novack, 25, reported the burglary of his home and said a $100 Apple iPod was stolen from his unlocked vehicle, a 2001 BMC 325i, parked in his garage. He said he left the garage door up overnight.

Incidents

37 Leisurewood Lane: On Sept. 30, Gayle Odom, 66, of Maumelle told police she discovered damage from an hit and run accident on her 2011 Cadillac that had occurred sometime during that day.

140 Majestic Circle: On Sept. 30, Alan Forrest, 44, of Maumelle reported to police that a window in the rear of his home had been shattered. Officer John Thomas said it appeared a pellet or BB was the cause of the damage.