Incidents reported to Maumelle police through Feb. 14:


Commerce Drive and Carnahan Drive: On Feb. 13, Wesley Moore, 19, of North Little Rock was arrested and charged with running a red light and possession of drug paraphernalia after officer Sterling Pruitt stopped his Honda Civic because a brake light wasn’t working and he ran a red light.

2002 Murphy Drive: On Feb.13, Taylor Morgan, 20, of Perryville, was arrested on an outstanding warrant alleging failure to appear when he turned himself in at police headquarters.

100 Millwood Circle: On Feb. 13, Treasure Maxwell, 24, of Little Rock was arrested on an outstanding warrant alleging criminal contempt of court when she turned herself in.

2002 Murphy Drive: On Feb.5, Justin L. Smith, 24, of North Little Rock was arrested on an outstanding warrant alleging criminal contempt when he turned himself in but police also found another outstanding warrant from Sherwood. Smith was turned over to Sherwood police.

700 Edgewood Drive: On Feb. 8, Tremel Deshun Hamilton, 24, of Maumelle was arrested and charged with criminal trespassing and public intoxication after police received complaints about him allegedly soliciting money from strangers. Officer Jeremy Newlin, Jr., said when the man saw him he ran behind the Tobacco Store which Sgt. David Collins had previously given him a lawful order to stay away from that business and to not return. Maumelle police transferred him to the Pulaski County Regional Detention facility.

1100 Edgewood Drive: On Feb. 8, Donna Marie Green, 34, of Maumelle was arrested on an outstanding warrant while at the Jess Odom Community Center. The warrant alleged failure to appear in court.She was booked in and given a court date and released.

Arkansas Highway 365 North: On Feb. 8, Jason Lawayne Thompson, 36, of Romance was arrested and charged with driving on a suspended driver’s license and for possession of a controlled substance.

20605 Arkansas Highway 365: On Feb. 9, Charles Martin Kelly, 45, of Little Rock was arrested and charged with DWI. Officer Laura Robinson said she saw a Nissan Xterra stopped in the McDonalds parking lot drive through with Kelly sitting in the drivers seat with his head down, keys in his hand in his lap. Robinson said she had to bang on the window several times to wake him up. She said the driver didn’t know where he was or how he got here.When he started the car to leave Robinson said she took the keys from him and he registered 0.22 blood alcohol count on a portable Breathalyzer test. When she notified him she was arresting him for DWI, she said Kelly called his attorney on his cell phone and explained he was at the Wendys on Markham Street in Little Rock. On a full Breathalyzer test at police headquarters, Kelly registered 0.179 blood alcohol count.

35 Yazoo Circle: On Feb. 10, Tyler Rivera, 18, of North Little Rock was arrested for an alleged burglary that occurred on Sept. 4, 2012 and charged with six counts of breaking and entering, six counts of theft of property from a motor vehicle. The arrest cleared eight theft reports, first from William J. Brown, 24, 35 Yazoo Circle, Geni C. Wilder, 27, 115 Summit Valley Circle, John Dillon, 57, 103 Ridgeland Drive, Jordan Carson, 22, 145 Ridgeland Drive, Price H. Pruitt, 51, 104 Maumelle Valley Drive, Kevin Stephens, 38, 213 Ironwood Street, Amanda Burrough, 31, 118 Summit Valley Circle and William McReynolds, 59. 101 River Valley Loop.He was taken to the Pulaski County Regional Detention Facility.


9 Suwannee Cove: On Feb. 13, John A. Lane, 28 and Amy Jester, 33, reported the theft of an Arvest Credit Card from their 2010 Honda Pilot. Police said the rear passenger window was knocked out to gain access to steal the purse containing the credit card.Lane said a credit card was stolen from his vehicle and had already been used so he cancelled the account. A neighbor returned Jester’s purse which he said he found in his yard. Nothing was missing, she said.

2054 Arkanssa State Highway 365 North: On Feb. 12, George Ransom, 67, of Cabot told police his Honda Odyssey had been stolen from the Waffle House after it broke down there with his son driving. When they came to reclaim it, the vehicle was gone. Waffle House staff informed them that Blue Hill Wrecker had taken the car but Blue Hill said they hadn’t.

110 Commons Drive: On Feb. 9, Ruth Wilson, 82, of Maumelle told police her wallet with credit cards, cash, postage stamps and other items were stolen from her inside the Krogers store.

She said she was in the milk section grocery shopping when a mid-30s black woman approached her and asked what type milk she bought. She said she needed the same type to feed her sick mother. The same heavy set woman approached her again and Wilson said she then noticed several items missing from her purse and by the time police were notified, a $600 charge at Wal-Mart had already been made.

31 Leisurewood Lane: On Feb. 13, Cheryl Phelan, 45, reported her license plate stolen.

110 Commons Drive: On Feb. 2, Kroger pharmacists told police a woman presented a forged prescription for hydrocodone they had been warned about in an e-mail. Pharmacy manager Kimberly Albright attempted to contact the physician who’d written it and he eventually told her it was fraudulent.Instead of calling Maumelle police immediately, the pharmacist waited until the next day taking away the police’s ability to search that day.