Incidents reported to Maumelle police through July 15:

Arrests

20605 Arkansas Highway 365: On July 7, Brittany Kaylin Harper, 22, of Nashville was arrested and charged with possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia, driving while intoxicated, refusal to submit, no proof of liability insurance, careless and prohibited driving and running a red light. Sgt. Dustin Ivey said he was northbound on Maumelle Boulevard when he saw a 2001 Jeep Cherokee traveling in and out of its lane in traffic, swerving several times and driving at speeds up to 65 mph. When he turned on his car’s blue lights, the vehicle parked in two spaces at McDonald’s. Ivey said Harper smelled of intoxicants, failed three field sobriety tests and thought she was in Little Rock on I-30. Once she was arrested and taken to staff offices, she refused to provide a urine or breath sample. Police also found a bag containing 2.4 grams of marijuana.

127 Manitou Drive: Taylor Jordan Shelton, 19, of Maumelle was arrested and charged with possession of a controlled substance. Possession of drug paraphernalia, driving while intoxicated, careless and prohibitive driving and being involved in an accident. Sgt. Justin Ivey said he was sent to the accident at 127 Manitou Drive involving a driver trying to leave the scene. He said he found a bag containing o.4 grams of marijuana.

501 Valencia Drive: On July 6, officer Jeremy Newlin was dispatched on a 911 call to 501 Victorya in regard to someone breaking into vehicles. The driver, Cordero Duwan Iberwe, 24, of Little Rock was arrested and charged with possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia and improper signals for turning. Officers said they found 0.25 grams marijuana.

Arkansas Highway 365 Valero Station: On July 7, Christopher Ray Hale, 19, of Mayflower was arrested and charged with possession of a controlled substance and having a headlight out. Sgt. Dustin Ivey said he saw a Pontiac Grand Am without functioning headlights and initiated a traffic stop. Ivey said he could smell marijuana in the vehicle. A search of the vehicle led to the discovery of 1.8 grams of marijuana in the glove box and another 3.3 grams of marijuana inside the driver’s door side.

Arkansas Highway 365 Valero Station: On July 7, Brennan Dean Lanford, 18, of Mayflower was arrested and charged with possession of a controlled substance. Sgt. Dustin Ivey said he saw a Pontiac Grand Am without functioning headlights and initiated a traffic stop. Ivey said he could smell marijuana in the vehicle. A search of the vehicle found 1.8 grams of marijuana in the glove box and another 3.3 grams of marijuana inside the driver’s door side. Lanford was a passenger in the car.

110 Commons Drive: On July 10, Harry Wray Justvig, 51, of Maumelle was arrested and charged with a driving while intoxicated violation and for not having any workable tail lamps and reflectors. Officer Justin Woods said he could find a strong odor of mouthwash and intoxicants in the vehicle, and Justvig failed field sobriety tests. Back at the police station, he registered 0.15 blood alcohol count.

1601 Murphy Drive: On June 29, Ashley Chandler, 37, of Maumelle was arrested and charged with careless and prohibited driving. Officer Jeremy Newlin said he saw a 1997 Acura driving toward him on Murphy Drive cross the center lane, nearly hitting the patrol car. He turned around and went back after him. When he turned on his emergency lights the vehicle didn’t stop. Even after Newlin sounded his siren, she continued driving at 25 mph. After she eventually stopped, Chandler couldn’t find any registration. When her passengers started helping, the passengers told police the driver was "woozier" due to her

Having taken a prescription earlier in the day, Chandler failed field sobriety tests and back at police headquarters, she registered .000 in a blood alcohol check.

14322 Frontier Drive: On July 10, Zachary Lee Berry, 30, of Maumelle was arrested and charged with possession of a controlled substance and drug paraphernalia after a search of the vehicle found 0.400 grams of amphetamines and methamphetamine and two pipes.

14322 Frontier Drive: On July10, Laura A. Lindsey, 49, of Jacksonville was arrested and charged with possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia after police were called to the Quality Suites. Management there requested two people be removed from the property. Neither could tell officers why they were on the hotel property, and both denied ownership of the drugs and a prescription, so police charged both with the same thing.

Thefts

241 Lake Valleys Drive: On July 7, Terry Davis, 35, of Maumelle told police a swing set and a metal firewood ring were both stolen from his previous residence at 127 Summit Drive.

200 Millwood Cove: On July 7, Teresa Popeseu told police she came home to find her front door kicked in. None of the neighbors said they lost anything.

54 Danube Drive: On July 7, Robert Nance, 42, had someone working on his home who reported a home burglary in which thieves entered through a broken window. Although items had been disturbed, nothing could be found missing.

57 Blue Mountain Drive: On July 6,, Krissie Williams, 40, said her home had been broken into and a 42-inch television and a game system were taken along with an electric keyboard. Entry into the home had been gained by kicking in the front door.

501 Valencia Drive: On July 6,, Lacresha C. Morris, 23, of Maumelle reported the front door of her home had been kicked down and the home broken into. The following items were stolen: a 42-inch flat-screen television, a desktop computer, an Xbox, a jar of change, a wedding band, a Wal-Mart money card and a bank card.

501 Valencia Drive: On July 6, Gloria Palmer, 59, reported to police that several items had been stolen from outside vehicles.

39 Sand Trap Drive: In July 5, Michael Daly, 41 told police he didn’t know that his prospective buyers had been riding the golf cart on the streets in Maumelle.

115 Commons Drive: Om July 5, Walgreens reported to police that someone tried to pass three forged prescriptions for Roxycodone. When the pharmacist called to verify the prescription, the prescribing physicians office said it was a forgery, and the suspect already had forged two other scrips.

209 Nemours Cove: On July 4, Cheryl Fulton, 42, reported the theft of a 2.5 carat diamond ring and a watch.

11000 Edgewood Drive: On July 9, Maumelle Parks and recreation reported the theft of $567 cash that was in a missing money bag.

38 Weatherford Lane: On July 9, Lemone McCoy reported the theft of a marine battery from his boat. None of the neighbors said they saw the reported theft.