Incidents reported to the Maumelle police through Nov. 26:


180 Deauville Drive: On Nov. 17, Natishia Washington, 36 of Maumelle was arrested and charged with criminal contempt of court and failure to appear in court following a 911 disturbance call to her home at 8:36 a.m. Officer Clifton McClintock said Washington, also known as Natashia Thompson had outstanding warrants from the Maumelle Police Department. Bail was set at $550.

100 Millwood Circle: On Nov. 16, Phyllis Harper, 52, of Maumelle was arrested on an outstanding warrant alleging failure to vacate or pay rent after officer Jeremy Newlin, Sr., said he made a traffic stop of a 1999 Cadillac for failure to signal a lane change and a license plate light out. Newlin said he discovered the outstanding warrant, She was released with a $225 bail. Her daughter Letasha Harper was allowed to drive the Cadillac home.

Arkansas State Highway 365 North: On Nov. 19, Alonzo Bailey, Jr., 42 was arrested during a traffic stop and charged with driving on a revoked or suspended driver’s license, defective brake lights and failure to produce evidence of liability insurance coverage. Bail was set at $676. Cpl. Debra Bagley said she and officer Gregory Roberts conducted a traffic stop after they said they stopped the light because of a non-functioning brake light.


Woodland Drive: On Nov. 17, Maumelle Fire and Rescue extinguished a fire at 550 Woodland Drive after a piece of playground equipment caught on fire. Officers Stewart Bragg said fireman put out a fire in the wooden swivel seat. Damage was estimated at $150. The incident was classified as a criminal mischief in the first-degree event.

50 Willow Oak Loop: On Nov. 15, Ellis Blanton, 74, of Maumelle told police several items were take from his vehicle. He said a $500 Red and gray Honda push mower, a $169 Orange and Gray Stihl weed eater and a $50 gasoline can were all stolen from his 20008 GMC Sierra parked in his driveway.

104 Ponca Drive: On Nov. 15, Tim Clark, 41, reported to police that a $30 shovel, a $2,000 box of Nike winter clothes, a $500 pool vacuum cleaner, a

$800 set of kid’s golf club and $100 of Christmas lights were all stolen from his garage. He told police he was staying at his mothers recovering from foot surgery when a neighbor called to tell him his garage door was open and that his dog was running loose, He said several items were missing and other boxes were dumped into the floor. Clark told officer Chris Stroud he always locks his garage door and that he found nothing missing from inside his home.

200 Holiday Drive: On Nov. 18, Vincent Ganble, 44, told police his vehicle had been broken into while parked at the holiday Inn and a $100 radar detector was taken. Officer Gwyneth Hicks said the front driver side window had been broken out to gain entry. The vehicle belongs to his father, Eddie Gamble, 74.

4 Holly Brook Cove: On Nov. Wilfrido Chora, 51, of Maumelle told police his garage had been broken into and $1,000 in hand and power tools were stolen from his garage. He told officer Gwyneth Hicks that the garage door was left open at various times over the previous weekend. Items taken include a Craftsman tool box, a Craftsman miter saw, a Black and Decker reciprocating saw, two fluke meters, a set of digital calipers and one set of analog calipers.

18 Hickory Lake: On Nov. 20, Hunter D. Burler, 21, of Maumelle told police his vehicle had been broken into and a $250 Acer network laptop computer, a $100 Alpine subwoofer, a $100 amp, a $100 Garmin GPS, a Glock semi-autmatic pistol magazine, 13 rounds of .40 caliber bullets and Hornady Zombie Max .40 calaiber bullets had all been taken. Officer Gwyneth Hicks said there were no signs of forced entry and the vehicle had been left unlocked.