The following incidents were reported to the Maumelle Police Department through March 17:


110 Commons Drive: On March 11, Spencer Joseph Hanvey, 19, of Jacksonville was arrested and charged with three misdemeanor counts of possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of 4 ounces or less of marijuana, misdemeanor possession of a controlled substance and conduct constituting attempt. Detective Chase Campbell told Lt. Dustin B. Ivey that he had information that said Hanvey was going to Kroger to purchase a controlled substance. Campbell told Ivey that Hanvey would be driving a white Chevrolet Impala. Ivey saw the vehicle as it entered the parking lot from Odom South Boulevard. Ivey then saw Hanvey drive through the parking lot and park in the parking space near the gas pumps. Campbell, Sgt. Debbie Bagley, Officer Sterling Pruitt and Ivey then arrest Hanvey based on Campbell’s information. A search of Hanvey produced two yellow pills in his front left pocket that were identified as Xanax. A search of the vehicle produced two packages of rolling papers, a glass multi-colored marijuana pipe with marijuana inside, a Red Bull can with a false compartment, $20 and two small empty plastic bags. All items were collected as evidence and the latter was placed into an evidence locker at the police department. Ivey read Hanvey his Miranda Rights while on the scene. The vehicle was left in the Kroger parking lot at Hanvey’s request. Hanvey was taken to the police department by Officer Shane Graham. While at the department, Hanvey was interviewed by Campbell then transported to the Pulaski County Regional Detention Facility.

100 Millwood Circle: On March 12, Jordan Nicole Jenkins, 19, of North Little Rock was arrested and charged with failure to appear.

100 Millwood Circle: On March 12, Trenton Jefferson, 26, of Conway was arrested and charged with criminal contempt.

100 Millwood Circle: On March 14, Joseph Calvin Patterson II, 41, of McRae was arrested and charged with failure to appear.

Lone Pine Road: On March 14, Paris Lynn Barnard, 24, of Cabot was arrested and charged with misdemeanor possession of drug paraphernalia, improper use of evidence of registration and driving on a revoked or suspended drivers license. Officers Christopher Mayfield and Sterling Pruitt were on a traffic stop on Highway 365 when Pruitt said he saw a white Dodge Dakota watching their traffic stop from the Shell Station. Detective Chase Campbell and Sgt. Debra Bagley saw the truck bearing Arkansas license plates that returned to a gold Ford Pickup. The vehicle drove to Phillips 66 where it met another vehicle for a short amount of time. Pulaski County was contacted and asked for assistance in stopping the vehicles. Mayfield and a Pulaski County deputy conducted a traffic stop with the vehicle at Lone Pine Drive and Highway 365. Mayfield made contact with the driver, Barnard, and told her the reason for the stop. Barnard said the vehicle did not belong to her and her drivers license was suspended. Mayfield was unable to get a return on Barnard, who said she did not have any identification on her. Mayfield asked Barnard to exit the vehicle and consent to a check of her pockets for identification. Barnard said Mayfield could not and then said she had a pipe in her pocket. Barnard pulled out a multi-colored glass pipe with residue out of her front pocket. Mayfield then placed Barnard into custody. The vehicle was returned to Danny Jacobs and the license plate returned to Nicholas Rector. During a search of the vehicle, Braelon Stubenfield driver’s license and social security card were found in Barnard’s bag. Mayfield seized the pipe and license plate , which was placed into evidence. Mayfield seized Stubenfield’s drivers license and Social Security card which were placed into safekeeping. Barnard was cited and released with a court date of April 29.

100 Commercial Park Court: On March 17, Draylon Cordell Brown, 27, of North Little Rock was arrested and charged with possession of four ounces or less of marijuana. Officer Brock A. Waldo was dispatched in reference to a noise complaint. Upon arrival Waldo made contact with Kandice Parker and Brown at the door. When Parker opened the door, Waldo said he could smell marijuana coming from inside the residence. Waldo asked Parker if he could step inside due to the temperature outside and she agreed. After speaking to Parker and Brown about the noise complaint, he told Parker and Brown he could smell marijuana coming from the apartment. Parker said her and Brown smoked marijuana in the apartment earlier in the evening. Brown spontaneously uttered it was his. Brown said he had a small amount of marijuana in the bedroom. Brown showed Waldo the marijuana. Waldo Parker and Brown their Miranda Warning prior to any further questioning. Brown was placed into custody and transported to the police department, processed and released with a court date of April 29.