Incidents reported to Maumelle police through June 28:


110 Commons Drive: On June 20, Lisa Michelle Miller, 35, of Little Rock was arrested and charged with shoplifting and possession of drug paraphernalia after the Wal-Mart Neighborhood Market called police to tell them a woman in a Honda Accord left the store with a shopping cart full of items without paying. An off-duty Maumelle police officer witnessed the incident, police said. Cpl. Dustin Ivey was called in and made the arrest.

1601 Murphy Drive: On June 25, Chrishauna J. Tidwell, 31, of North Little Rock was arrested and charged with driving on a suspended driver’s license and improper lane change. Sgt. John Thomas said he witnessed the vehicle make several lane changes without any turn indicator initiated.

21419 Arkansas Highway 365: On June 26, Aisa Elizabeth Watson, 46, of Conway was arrested and charged with driving while intoxicated and careless and prohibited driving. Officer Gregory Roussie said he found the woman sitting in the driver’s seat of a Toyota Camry. She was stopped going the wrong way in the roadway and seated holding a Styrofoam cup. He also said he found a prescription bottle containing medicine on the floorboard in front of her containing. He said he surprised her when he spoke to her. She told him she was having a bad day and was involved in a bad relationship. He said her speech was "slurred and incoherent," and she was unsteady on her feet. After failing field sobriety tests, he arrested her and when he brought her to police headquarters, he said her condition worsened so he called Maumelle Fire and Rescue and Metropolitan Emergency Medical Services, which both cleared her. She was charged with DWI (drugs 2).

117 Audubon Drive: On June 25, Lee Ann Carter, 49, of Rector was arrested and charged with obstructing governmental operations, possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of a controlled substance, careless and prohibitive driving and driving on a revoked drivers license after police said they found barbiturates, needles and syringes, prescription bottles without labels and needle residue after a trespassing call at the Wal-Mart Neighborhood Market. Officer Sterling Pruitt said when he arrived the security guard waived him toward a blue Ford Truck driving at a high rate of speed across the parking lot, and he stopped her. He said she presented a driver’s license belonging to another woman and a search of her vehicle led to the discovery of the drugs. She also had outstanding warrants from two other police departments.


39 San Trap Drive: On June 22, Michael Daly, 57, reported his 2012 Chevrolet Corvette broken into, and that a 1911 Springfield .45 caliber military type handgun had been stolen that was valued at $500.

3 Southland Cove: On June 24, Theresa B. Ceballos, 48, of Maumelle reported a Huffy green men’s Savannah bicycle stolen. She said she awoke about 2:23 a.m. to see two black males in dark clothing on her back deck trying to look in her house and discovered the bike missing.

101 Pine Forest Drive: On June 23, Latonya Green, 35, of Maumelle told police she arrived home at 4:40 a.m and found a $600 60-inch Samsung television and a $300 40-inch Emerson television missing. She said all her doors were locked when she left for work, but police said they found a sliding glass door unlocked. There were no signs of forced entry.

5 Millstone Cove: On June 22, Carlos Carpenter told police he discovered a $1,400 66-inch flat-screen television, two other undescribed $600 flat-screen televisions, a $7,200 white-gold diamond bracelet, $3,600 in cash and a Sentry fireproof safe all missing. He told police he left around 8 p.m. and returned at 10:56p.m. to find the items missing. Police said they found no signs of forced entry.