July 15

Officers were dispatched to ABC Financial on Arkansas 107 in reference to a two-vehicle accident without injuries. Upon arrival, Officer Tyler Gaunt made contact with motorists Amy Bromley of Jacksonville who was driving a 2013 Kia Optima and Ebony Charles of Little rock who was driving a Dodge Charger. Bromley said she was stopped in the left turn lane on Arkansas 107, facing south, attempting to make a left turn into the entrance of ABC Financial. Bromley said that the inside northbound lane stopped to allow her to make the turn and as she made the turn Charles’ Dodge Charger which was headed northbound struck her vehicle. Charles said she was traveling northbound in the outside lane on Arkansas 107 approaching ABC Financial when the Kia made a left turn and crossed directly in front of her, leaving her without enough time to avoid the collision. Bromley’s vehicle sustained $800 of damage to the front right bumper and tire while Charles’ vehicle had $100 of damage to the front end. Bromley was found at fault for the accident but was not issued a citation.

Officers were dispatched to a private property accident at the Wildwood Center where Angelo Volpi of Little Rock said he was pulling out of the parking lot. He said he was looking right and didn’t see any other vehicle. When he pulled out and began to make a left hand turn the front passenger side bumper of his Toyota Pruis struck the entire driver’s side of a black Toyota Corolla driven by Nikista Brown of Jacksonville. Volpi said he sustained no injuries. Brown’s car sustained $3,000 of damage while Volpi’s car had $300 in damage. Brown said she was driving southbound in the lane that exits off the property when Volpi pulled out of the parking lot and struck her car. Brown said the impact caused her car to cross over a small grass barrier in between two lanes, back down onto the entrance lane and back up into a grassy field before coming to a stop. Brown said the impact jarred her and her two passengers, Norris Brown of Hampton, Va., and Tiffany White of Jacksonville, who were sitting behind the front passenger said. MEMS were dispatched for their injuries. Nikista Brown complained of pains down the left side of her body while Norris Brown he had head pains. Tiffany White said she had pain coming from her right ankle shooting up her right leg. Tiffany White’s right foot and ankle were already in a brace from a broken ankle. All parties in Nikista Brown’s vehicle refused medical transportation and opted to go to Saint Vincent North in Sherwood for medical treatment.

Officers were dispatched to 4600 Rixie Road Lot 528 in reference to a private property accident. Upon arrival, officers made contact with Sharon Logan of Sherwood who said she was driving down the street when her car jerked right and struck a parked passenger van at Lot 685 owned by Miquel Barrientos of Sherwood. Logan’s Ford Taurus had $200 of damage and Barrientos’ Chevrolet VE van had $300 of damage. Officers attempted to make contact with Barrientos but were unable to do so until later in the day. Logan was found at fault for the accident. Police observed a small dent and scratches on the passenger side front bumper of Logan’s vehicle. She said no one was home at Barrientos’ residence when she tried to informed them of the accident. She advised she notified one of the neighbors so that they would contact Barrientos when he arrived home. Police later proceeded back to Barrientos’ home and he told police his vehicle had been hit. Officers told him he should give the incident report number to his insurance company for repairs to his vehicle because Logan was found at fault for the accident. Barrientos’ vehicle sustained a driver’s side bumper dent and scratches.