North Little Rock

Burglaries

June 22

Head Start, 1900 N. Pine St., North Little Rock, said someone broke in through a window on the east side of the building, causing $50 worth of damage. Upon entry, someone stole three frozen chickens worth $50.

June 24

Nutosha Millender, 5605 Alpha St., North Little Rock, said someone broke into her home through the rear door, causing $50 in damage, and stole a $278 television and two $20 baseball hats.

Courtney Young, 2401 Parker St., North Little Rock, said someone broke into his home and stole an $800 laptop computer, $60 laser printer, five PS3 games worth $250 and a $400 game console with two controllers.

Nekari Gibbs, 5705 Sonora St., Apt. A, North Little Rock, said someone broke into her home and stole a $2,000 55-inch high-definition television, two $100 Xbox controllers, a $500 laptop, digital camera and $100 gold necklace.

Shameka Johnson, 5106 Velvet Ridge Road, North Little Rock, said someone broke in and stole a $500 40-inch flat-screen television and $50 worth of baby clothes.

Thomas Morgan, 2000 W. 16th St., North Little Rock, said someone stole his wallet which had $1,400 in cash in it.

June 25

Matthew Mitchell, 4723 Ira St., North Little Rock, said someone broke in and stole $1,000 in cash, a $8,000 gold chain and an $850 pinky ring.

Ebony Bradford, 622 E. 19th St., North Little Rock, said someone broke into her residence and stole $100 worth of food. Entry was gained by breaking a $50 plexiglass window.

Mark Melton, 804 Cherry Hill Road, North Little Rock, said $150 worth of damage was done to his east side door. Nothing was reported stolen.

June 27

Lloyd Brothers Jr., 707 N. Willow St., North Little Rock, said someone broke into his home and stole a $300 laptop and a $250 nickel-plated brown handle.

Chris Nash, 2700 E. Lincoln St., North Little Rock, said someone broke his wooden door frame, causing $150 worth of damage.

June 28

Kishauna Peoples, 1512 W. 13th St., North Little Rock, said someone broke into her house by busting the rear doorframe, causing $100 in damage. Peoples also had $30 in cash stolen.

Gabrielle Walker, 1310 W. 11th St., North Little Rock, said someone broke into her home and stole a $750 flat-screen television, $70 DVD player and $75 printer.

Maggie Estes, 4201 N. Maple St., North Little Rock, someone broke into her house by busting the sliding glass door, causing $1,200 of damage. Property stolen included a $300 Xbox 360, $700 laptop, $500 42-inch television and a $500 semi-automatic 9-millimeter firearm.

Nathaniel White, 1423 W. 16th St., North Little Rock, said nothing was stolen even though someone broke into his house through a rear window, causing $50 of damage.

Sherwood

Incidents

June 24

Ryan Summers of Sherwood said sometime during the night the window of his 2004 Chevy Trailblazer had been broken out while it had been parked outside of his East Woodruff Road home. The damage to his vehicle totaled $125.

June 25

Manager Dustin Hawkins of Ropers, 14421 Arkansas 107, Sherwood, said he arrived at work at 9:15 a.m. and noticed the drive-through window had been broken. He told police he saw about five rocks lying to the side of the building that appeared to have been thrown at the building.

Richard Parker of Sherwood said someone caused $100 worth of damage when the rear passenger window of his 2001 Hyundai Santa Fe had been broken out. The vehicle had been parked outside of his Raywood Drive home.

June 24

Eric Wedel of Sherwood said his Toyota Camry parked outside of his Jessica Street home had a window busted out, resulting in a $100 loss.

Arrests

June 22

Kevin Auld, 28, of Sherwood was arrested on charges of possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia and impeding the flow of traffic after police saw his vehicle stopped in the middle of the intersection of Kiehl Avenue and Lantrip Road.

Justin Reed, 20, of Tucker was arrested on charges of possession of a controlled substance with the purpose to deliver, possession of drug paraphernalia, carrying a weapon, minor in possession of alcohol and public intoxication. During the same incident, Tiffany Williams, 19, of North Little Rock was arrested on a charge of careless and prohibited driving after police conducted a traffic stop for a vehicle driving carelessly at Chapel Ridge Apartments on Brockington Road.

June 23

Demarco Humphrey, 30, of Sherwood was arrested on charges of residential burglary and criminal trespass after police were dispatched to 111 A Chiliwood Ave. in reference to Humphrey entering the residence without permission and having outstanding warrants out of Pulaski County.

Thefts

June 22

Toya Robinson of Sherwood said someone had taken her $39 diamond earrings that had been delivered by the postal service. She had ordered the earrings from Macy’s and said the postal service told her the package had been delivered at 10:02 a.m. Robinson said she had received other mail that day but not the earrings.

June 23

Donald Mayor of Sherwood said he noticed his $200 weed trimmer missing from his Coolhurst Drive garage. He said he came back from a trip and his son, Daniel, had used it earlier on the same day. Daniel told police he used it earlier in the day to cut his grandmother’s weeds and put it back in the garage.

June 24

James Booth, 32, of Ward was arrested on charges of careless/prohibited driving, driving while intoxicated (third offense) and driving with a license suspended for DWI.

Accidents

June 22

William Bailey of North Little Rock said he was driving southbound in the outside lane of Warden Road almost to the entrance of Academy Sports when he saw a vehicle changing lanes on his left and the motorist didn’t stop. Bailey said he slammed his brakes. Bailey said his 2006 GMC was hit. Brian Cox of North Little Rock, the driver of a 1998 Honda CR-V, said he was driving southbound in the Landers/Warden Road turnaround, trying to change lanes to get into the outside lane and struck Bailey’s truck. Both vehicles sustained $1,000 worth of damage. Cox was cited for improper lane change. No injuries resulted from the accident.

Kimberly Walker of Jacksonville was backing her Toyota vehicle out of a parking space at the Wal-Mart Supercenter parking lot on Arkansas 107 and did not see a Tahoe operated by Donna Stewart of Sherwood backing out of another parking space, which resulted in an accident. Stewart’s vehicle sustained $500 of damage.

June 23

Joseph Mikita of Sherwood said he was driving his GMC northbound on Brockington Road travelling behind a Toyota approaching a yield sign at Arkansas Highway 107. He said he thought the vehicle was going to go through the yield sign, but it had stopped, resulting in him striking the rear of another vehicle driven by Dominique King of Jacksonville. King’s 2003 Toyota Camry sustained $300 in damage. Mikita was found to be at fault for the accident for following too close.

June 24

Rosemary Ricks of Sherwood said she came out to her car at the Wal-Mart Supercenter on Arkansas Highway 107 and noticed that another vehicle owned by Jessica Jefferies of North Little Rock had rolled into her vehicle. Both vehicles sustained $100 worth of damage.

Jane Ploszay of North Little Rock said she exited First Baptist Church of Sherwood on Country Club Road and headed westbound when another vehicle crossed the double yellow line, which resulted in an accident. The driver of the other vehicle, Timothy Lucas, of Jacksonville said he was driving westbound when Ploszay’s vehicle pulled out in front of him. Lucas’ vehicle sustained $500 of damage while Ploszay’s vehicle had $400 of damage. Lucas was found to be at fault for the accident was issued a citation for passing on a double yellow line.

Jacksonville

Arrests

June 20

Bridgett Pipkin, 18, of Beebe was arrested on a charge of theft of property after police were called to respond to a report of a shoplifter in custody at the Wal-Mart Supercenter, 2000 John Harden Drive.

Onyssa Grant, 34, of El Dorado, was arrested on a charge of criminal trespass after police were called to respond to a report of trespassing at 999 Salem Court.

Austin Arps, 18, of Jacksonville was arrested on charges of no driver’s license and possession of a controlled substance after police stopped his vehicle as it was headed southbound along the 1200 block of Ferrell Drive.

Michael Tucker Jr., 21, of North Little Rock was arrested on a charge of public intoxication after police were called to Walgreens, 816 W. Main St., about the report of a man sleeping in a booth.

Kyle Christian, 19, of Jacksonville was arrested on a charge of possession of a controlled substance (marijuana) after police conducted a traffic stop along the 500 block of South Oak Drive because the vehicle failed to stop at a stop sign.

Rickey Wisemore, 24, of Jacksonville was arrested on a charge of possession of a controlled substance (hydrocodone) after police responded to a report of recovered stolen guns at his home at 800 Jane Drive.

June 26

Tommy Humphrey, 22, of Jacksonville was arrested on charges of possession of a controlled substance (methamphetamine), possession of a firearm by certain persons, simultaneous possession of drug and firearms and possession of a controlled substance (marijuana) after police assisted a U.S. marshal along the 1400 block of South Road.

Justin Mavity, 25, of Jacksonville was arrested on charges of second-degree forgery and theft by receiving after police were called to EZ Check Cashing, 424 W. Main St., in regard to an attempted forgery.

June 27

Bryan Wilkins, 26, of Jacksonville was arrested on charges of possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of marijuana after police performed a traffic stop along the 600 block of South First because the vehicle had no license plate.

Lisa Schumacher, 29, of Little Rock was arrested on charges of public intoxication, possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of a controlled substance. The arrest responded after police were called to Starbuck’s Coffee, 2090 John Harden Drive, in reference to a disoriented person.

Adam Gray, 27, of Cabot was arrested on charges of driving while intoxicated (third offense), fleeing and possession of a controlled substance (second offense) after police responded to a report of a car that’s engine kept running in the parking lot of McDonald’s, 600 J.P. White Drive.

June 28

Quentin Anderson, 23, of Jacksonville was arrested on a charge of driving while intoxicated after police responded to a report of an accident that took place at 300 Marshall Road.

J.C. Brady, 69, of Little Rock was arrested on a charge of criminal trespass after police responded to a report he was refusing to leave Ace Liquor, 8106 T. P. White Drive, without buying whiskey.

Nelson Gonzalez, 35, of Jacksonville was arrested on charges of second-degree assault on a family member, first-degree interference with communications and criminal mischief after police responded to 512 Pamela St. on a report of domestic violence.

Joshua West, 30, of Lonoke was arrested on charges of theft of property (shoplifting) and criminal trespass after police responded to a report of a shoplifter in custody at the Wal-Mart Supercenter, 2000 John Harden Drive.

Rebecca Hill, 37, of Jacksonville was arrested on a charge of domestic battery after police were called to his home at 212 E. Hickory St. in regard to a domestic dispute.

Robert Wratten, 28, of Cabot was arrested on a charge of possession of marijuana after police observed him walk across the roadway instead of the sidewalk along the 600 block of North James Street.

Kimberly Bradley, 36, of Austin was arrested on charges of possession of methamphetamine and driving with a suspended license after a police traffic stop along the 2600 block of J.P. White Drive because the vehicle stopped had a defective license plate light.

June 29

Stephanie Watson, 27, of Alexander was arrested on charges of possession of marijuana and possession of a controlled substance after police conducted a traffic stop along the 1300 block of South First Street.