Incidents reported to the Maumelle Police Department through May 6.


On April 25, Maryland Cosey turned herself into the department after a warrant had been issued for her arrest. Cosey had been charged with Battery in the 3rd Degree. Cosey was processed and issued a no contact order against a neighbor. Cosey was then released and issued a June 7 court date.

On April 29, Elliott Goosen was arrested at Maumelle High School after a report of a man carrying a knife on campus was made. Goosen told police he had consumed some wine and officers reported he slurred speech and had trouble standing. He was also found with a 4-inch blade folding knife. Gossen told police he was at the school to watch his adult girlfriend perform in an opera. She is also a professional ballerina. Gossen was cited and released.

On May 2, Ashley Parham was arrested after driving from the Kum and Go on state Highway 365 without paying for her fuel. She was also cited for not having a current license plate and no child safety seat. Parham was released from custody after having a court date of June 17 set.

On May 6, Craig Beck was arrested after a warrant had been found for his arrest during a traffic stop in Saline County. Beck was taken to the police department and held for court.


Fidelity Communications reported a commercial burglary on April 28 at 1001 Murphy Drive. A window screen had been pried off and pry marks were also found on the doorframe. A cash box with approximately $345 was missing, along with numerous checks. Video surveillance showed a white male entering the office a little after 10 p.m. He’s seen on the video attempting to disable the surveillance camera with an unidentified long tool. He was unsuccessful.

Paul Creel reported a residential burglary on May 2 at 105 Sonoma Valley Lane. Reported missing were $5,400 worth of jewelry and electronics. The front door had been kicked in and the doorframe damaged. Police are still investigating.

Angela Worring reported on May 4 that the license plate from her 2011 Buick was missing. Police also determined that the screws holding the license had also been taken.

Michele Neumany reported a theft of mail on May 5 from the Post Office at 501 Commerce Drive. Neumany had requested a mail hold for vacation and when she returned that her address had been changed and a Macy’s credit card had been delivered. It had multiple charges made online.

Academics Plus reported that a theft of property had occurred at the school on May 6 at 900 Edgewood Drive. Reported missing was $5,000 worth of Internet cable.

On May 6, Terra Boykin reported that Antwan McCray had not returned her 2013 Dodge Charger and she believed it was now stolen.