Incidents reported to the Maumelle Police Department through July 14:
Michael Wood, 27, Maumelle, was walking on Odom North on July 8 when he was spotted by officers, who then stopped Wood because they believed he had a warrant out for his arrest. Wood did have a warrant and he also gave police a capped syringe that once has Suboxone in it. Wood was cited and released with a court date.
Hagi Enea, 27, of Arizona, was arrested for soliciting on July 7. Enea was on Audubon Drive, in front of the Wal-Mart Neighborhood Market, with a sign asking for money. He was cited and released.
Rodrick Alexander Jr., 21, Little Rock, turned himself in on an active warrant on July 8. Alexander was processed and held for court later that day.
Jennifer Cooper, 36, North Little Rock, was arrested on July 10 on an active warrant and was turned over to Maumelle by North Little Rock Police.
On July 4, Stephanie Harrison reported that a young male jumped out of a vehicle and on to Patty Holley’s porch, took a bag of fireworks. Harrison was able to get the license plate number of the vehicle and police found it came back to a house in Little Rock. They were unable to locate the vehicle that day.
On July 14, Kenneth Liner reported that someone had busted out the driver’s side window and took multiple gift cards, among other things. Broken glass was found at the scene and the vehicle was dusted for prints.
On July 12, John Reed reported that a license plate had been stolen from his vehicle. The plate was entered into ACIC/NCIC.
On July 13, Jeffrey McCuien reported that tires on and rims and had been taken from his parked tractor-trailer. The vehicle weighed approximately 30,000 pounds and McCuien told police that an air or hydraulic jack would have been needed to lift the vehicle.