The following incidents were reported to the Maumelle Police Department through Nov. 22:


14000 Maumelle Boulevard at 1144 Arnold Palmer Drive: On Nov. 21, Ashley Sheesley, 41, of Maumelle was arrested and charged with careless and prohibited driving, violation of the Omnibus DWI Act and refusal to submit. At approximately 1:25 a.m. Officer Jeremy Newlin was patrolling on Carnahan Drive when he said he saw a red 2009 Jeep driving west. The Jeep appeared to cross the center line, so Newlin began following it. The Jeep turned south on Highway 100(Maumelle Boulevard) as Newlin continued to follow. The Jeep drifted into the right-hand lane several times and was weaving, he said. Newlin stopped the vehicle on Arnold Palmer Drive. As Newlin approached he said the rear passenger, Ashley Bingle, began vomiting. Newlin asked the driver, Sheesley, for her license, proof of insurance and registration. Sheesley began looking through her credit cards for her license and said she just left Lucky’s bar, he said. The front-seat passenger, Ryan Ragan, found the proof of insurance, but Sheesley was unable to find her driver’s license. Sheesley said her drivers license was in her purse though. Officers Justin Woods and Graham arrived on the scene shorty thereafter. Newlin asked Sheesley to step out of the vehicle, which she complied. He said Sheesley was unsteady on her feet and she touched the side of the Jeep for support. Sheesley was wearing high-heeled sandals. Newlin asked Sheesley if she would like to take her sandals off. Sheesley kicked her sandals under the Jeep and cursed, he said. Sheesley said she knows several police officers and asked Newlin to call them. Sheesley had bloodshot glassy eyes and an odor of intoxicants about her, he said. Sheesley said she had a fruity drink, but she was not drunk. Newlin attempted to perform the Horizontal Gaze and Nystagmus test on Sheesley, but he said she would not obey instructions. Sheesley would not follow the stimulus with her eyes and she kept talking. Sheesley said she teaches Standardized Field Sobriety Tests at UAMS, Newlin said. During the test, Newlin saw a lack of smooth pursuit and nystagmus with Sheesley’s eyes. After starting the test over several times due to her inability to follow directions, Sheesley began crying, he said. Woods attempted to perform the test on Sheesley also, but she continued to be uncooperative, so he could not finish. Woods instructed Sheesley to turn around and she began pulling away into the roadway. Woods and Newlin grabbed Sheesley by the arms and placed her under arrest. Sheesley was secured in Newlin’s patrol car. Brian Sheesley took possession of the Jeep at Ms. Sheesley’s request. Ragan and Bingle agreed to go with Mr. Sheesley. Ms. Sheesley then began complaining of neck pain from a prior surgery and Newlin took the handcuffs off of her, he said. Sheesley declined medical treatment and was transported to the police department where Woods performed the Standardized Field Sobriety Tests. During the walk and turn test, the police report records that Sheesley allegedly said "I’ve walked the straight line on acid." Sheesley was cursing and screaming at officers and was extremely uncooperative, he said. Sheesley attempted to give a breath sample, but only registered one sufficient sample in five attempts. The sufficient sample was .180 blood alcohol count. Officers attempted to give Sheesley a citation to appear in court, but Sheesley refused to sign the citation, he said. Sheesley was processed and taken to Pulaski County Jail.

100 Millwood Circle: On Nov. 22, Kendal Booker, 41, of Little Rock was arrested and charged with failure to pay rent/vacate.

15620 Maumelle Boulevard at 119 Audubon Drive: On Nov. 25, Jennifer Lindsey Johnson, 32, of Maumelle was arrested and charged with felony possession of drug paraphernalia, two counts of felony possession of a controlled substance and five counts of misdemeanor possession of controlled substance. At 11:59 p.m., Officer Gregory Roussie said he saw a blue Jeep traveling south on Highway 100. Roussie saw the vehicle was not displaying a license plate number. Roussie stopped the vehicle. Roussie made contact with the driver, Christopher Sabatini, and his passenger, Johnson. Roussie told them the reason for the stop then asked Sabatini to exit the vehicle and asked for consent to search the vehicle. Sabatini gave verbal consent to search the vehicle. Lt. Scotty Bryant and Roussie spoke with Johnson, who gave verbal consent to search the vehicle. Bryant then searched the vehicle and located needles, needles containing a clear liquid substance and a pill bottle belonging to Johnson with multiple pills along with a package of Suboxone. Johnson was arrested and placed into handcuffs. Both subjects were informed of their Miranda Rights. A search of Johnson was met with negative results. Sabatini was released with the vehicle and Johnson was brought back to the police department. It was there that Johnson was searched by Officer K. Dimatteo of North Little Rock Police Department. A pill bottle belonging to Phelix Roberts was found in the front of Johnson’s pants. Inside the bottle were found three dilaudid pills. SID was notified and arrived at the police department and spoke to Johnson. City Attorney Janana Davis was notified and set bond. Johnson was transported to Pulaski County Jail.


20515 Highway 365 North: On Oct. 24 at approximately 10:04 p.m., Officer Gregory Roberts was dispatched to a Shell station for a report of theft. Upon arrival he made contact with employees who said that a subject had left the station without paying for fuel. The employees described the subject as a black man in his early thirties driving an orange truck with no trailer. The subject gave employees a temporary Visa credit card to purchase the fuel, however, it was later found the card could not be used. The subject pumped $486.32 in fuel.

760 Edgewood Drive: On Nov. 25 at approximately 4:03 p.m., Arthur Ranney came to Maumelle Police Department to report his cell phone had been stolen. Ranney said that he was at the E-Z Mart on Edgewood Drive at approximately 10 p.m. on Nov. 24 when he laid his black Verizon cell phone on the counter. Ranney said that he left the business without picking up the cell phone. Ranney said that when he returned the cell phone was missing. Ranney said that an unknown man called him and said he had the missing cell phone and that he would return it between the hours of noon and 2 p.m. on a specific date. Ranney said the unknown caller failed to show. Ranney said that he has contacted Verizon and had his services suspended.