Sherwood police beat


Aug. 25

William Rollins IV, of Washington, Pa., was arrested on charges of driving with a suspended license, possession of a controlled substance, carrying a weapon and possession of drug paraphernalia. The arrest came after police were dispatched to 118 Country Club Road in reference to a medical emergency.

Aug. 24

Sharon Smith, 40, of North Little Rock was arrested on a charge of shoplifting after police were called to the Dollar General Store, 9801 Arkansas 107, after officers received a report of a shoplifter apprehended there.

Aug. 23

Dustin Lyles, 25, and Kyle Heineman, 22, both of Sherwood were arrested on a charge of disorderly conduct after there was a report of two men in the front yard of 8600 Northgate Drive arguing aggressively in each other’s faces.

Aug. 21

Amanda Zulpo of Little Rock was charged with third-degree battery after police were dispatched to 219 Natalie Lane in reference to a disturbance.

Mitchell Fields, 22, of Sherwood was arrested on a charge of DWI after police observed him driving eastbound at the intersection of Jacksonville-Cato Road and Arkansas 107 without using his turn signal.


Aug. 29

Richard Darling of Limon, Co. , said his GPS and strobe light had been stolen while it was at Fletcher Dodge on Warden Road. His total loss is $570.

Aug. 28

Douglas Ask of Sherwood said someone from Maryland had fraudulently charged his credit card for about $800. He has cancelled the account.

Aug. 27

Hazel Odell, 1201 Silvercreek Drive, told police sometime during the past two weeks someone stole $2,000 in cash and medications.

Philip Patire of Sherwood said someone stole three of his checks, resulting in him having three overdrafts totaling about $425.

Aug. 26

Donald Harris, 115 Bob-O-Link, said someone stole $400 worth of tools and a $200 bike from his property. The items were taken from his porch during the prior night.

Michael W. Tomlinson II, 915 Karla Circle, said he was walking down Fairway Avenue close to the city pool when a black Trailblazer with temporary tags stopped and asked to use his cell phone. The vehicle was driven by a Hispanic man with a black male passenger. Tomlinson said he got into the vehicle and the passenger pulled a handgun and told him, "You know what this is." Tomlinson said he gave him $40, took his phone back, and ran.

Aug. 25

Steven Morris of Sherwood said someone had opened an AT&T account in his name. He told police he has collection agencies calling him in reference to the accounts that are originating in Georgia.

Sarah Williams of Sherwood someone stole $350 in cash from her wallet that was inside her car sometime between the hours of 7 p.m. the day before and 7 a.m. today. The vehicle was parked in her driveway at 183 Randall St.

Aug. 24

Vishal Patel of Kiehl Avenue Liquor said a man came into the store and took an $11 bottle of whiskey without paying for it. He said the man comes into the store occasionally.

Aug. 21

James Thomas, 122 Illinois Bayou St., said at 5:52 a.m. someone entered into his Nissan pickup which was parked in his driveway and removed several items, including a portable DVD player, various auto titles for his used car business, several applications and business licenses. He said the driver’s side door is broke and he is unable to lock it.

Katherine Plafcan of Carlisle came into police headquarters to tell officers that one of her stolen checks was passed at the Big Red Fina on Kiehl Avenue for $61.32.

Aug. 20

Darren Austin of the Bill Harmon Recreation Center said someone broke into two city vehicles which had been parked at the center during the weekend. The vehicles had been rummaged through, resulting in an $800 loss.

David James of Sherwood told police some unauthorized ATM transactions had taken place on his checking account from out of state. A total of $1,200 had been charged, with two of the transactions taking place in California.


Aug. 28

Charles Hunter of North Little Rock said his Lexus was parked in the parking lot of Sam’s Club and sustained $900 worth of damage by another vehicle.

Daniel Raggin of Jacksonville said he was traveling northbound on Arkansas 107 near Dollar General when he struck a deer crossing the roadway. The deer was unable to walk but was still alive and had to be put down. Raggin took possession of the deer.

Aug. 27

Michael Sager of Sherwood said he was headed eastbound on Kiehl Avenue in his 2007 Chevrolet HHR when the vehicle in front of him hit his brakes , resulting in Sager striking the ball and hitch connected to a vehicle driven by Jon Poteet of Sherwood. Sager’s vehicle sustained $200 of damage. Sager was cited for following too closely.

Deborah Smith of Sherwood said she was attempting to back out of her carport at 109 S. Longfield Drive in her 2007 Toyota Avalon and backed into a parked vehicle owned by Jodi Ann Chassellis of North Little Rock. Both vehicles sustained $200 of damage.

Peggy Crotzer of Sherwood said her sister, Felicia Kerr, of Sherwood, pulled into the driveway and struck her car. Both vehicles sustained $150 in damage.

Shaleigh Mish of Jacksonville said she came outside from McDonalds at the intersection of Oakdale Road and Arkansas 107 when she noticed damage on the front driver’s side door of her Acura, resulting in $800 worth of damage.

Aug. 26

Melaine Snuggs of Sherwood said she was driving her Pontiac GrandAm northbound on Arkansas 107 at Bear Paw Drive in the outside lane when an unknown vehicle made impact with her car, resulting in $800 worth of damage.

Aug. 24

April Wolfe of Cabot said she was headed northbound on Arkansas 107 south of Miller Road merging into the outside lane when she struck another vehicle driven by Christopher Brooks of North Little Rock. Wolfe’s vehicle sustained $100 of damage while Brooks’ vehicle had $200 of damage.

Henrik Larsen of Jacksonville said he was driving southbound on Brockington Road and was unable to stop before striking the rear of another vehicle driven by Brittany Creed of Sherwood. Larsen’s vehicle sustained $200 of damage while Creed’s vehicle had $800 of damage. Larsen was found at fault for the accident and was issued a citation for careless/prohibited driving. No injuries were reported.

Pamela Cate of North Little Rock said she got impatient because she was waiting too long in the drive-thru at Pizza Hut on Arkansas 107, did not see another vehicle behind her driven by Eboni Ellis of Sherwood, and a minor collision followed. No injuries or damage was reported.

Aug. 23

Brandy Smith of Little Rock said she was backing out of her parking space at St. Vincent North’s emergency room and did not see another vehicle driven by Judy Gaddie of Maumelle, resulting in an accident. Both vehicles sustained $500 in damage.

Aug. 22

Larry Light of North Little Rock said he was driving southbound on Warden Road approaching the Wildwood intersection when something flashed in his eyes. He was unable to stop before he struck the rear bumper of another vehicle driven by William Conner of Sherwood. Both vehicles sustained $500 in damage. Light was found at fault for the accident for following too close but was not issued a citation.

Sharla Massey of Little Rock said she was driving northbound on Landers Road , took her eyes off the road momentarily, and then drove off the side of the road. Her Mercury Mountaineer sustained $500 worth of damage.

Aug. 21

Don Harris of Sherwood said he was at the Waffle House Restaurant on Warden Road and when he returned to his parked vehicle he discovered it had been struck by an unknown motorist. A total of $1,000 of damage had been done to the left front fender of his 2005 Buick Century.

Michael McCall of Little Rock said he backed into another vehicle driven by Regina Davenport of Conway while he was leaving North Hills Services, 6900 North Hills Blvd. McCall’s 2001 Oldsmobile Silhouette van had $100 worth of damage while Davenport’s 2012 Toyota Scion had $400 of damage.

Edwin Key of Sherwood said he was at the Wal-Mart Supercenter, 9052 Arkansas 107, at about 8 p.m. the night before and when he was inside the store someone had struck his parked 2006 Nissan Altima and caused $500 worth of damage to the left front pumper and left front fender.

Mary Cooper of Sherwood said she was travelling through the parking lot of Pizza Hut on Arkansas 107 attempting to make a left turn onto the road, looked both ways, and when she pulled out of the parking lot the front bumper of her vehicle struck the front bumper of another vehicle driven by Paige Brown of Clovis, New Mexico. Cooper’s vehicle sustained $200 in damage while Brown’s vehicle had $500 of damage.

James Roe of Searcy said he had gotten some gas at Sam’s Wholesale Club and his vehicle was struck by another vehicle driven by Jim Bowen of Jacksonville. Bown’s Buick LaSabre sustained $1,000 in damage while Roe’s 2000 Dodge 150 PK had $800 in damage.


Aug. 20

Alyssa McKamie, 35 Shoshoni Drive, said she rents a storage unit at Sherwood National Storage on Sherer Drive. The last time before today she was at the storage unit was two weeks ago and when she arrived she observed someone had cut the master lock to her unit. Nothing appeared to be missing.

Heather Barlow of Sherwood said when she woke up she noticed blue spray paint on her front porch, mailbox, and driveway at 612 Wildwood Ave.

Suanne Martin, 3207 Fern Cove, told police sometime between 10 p.m. and 1 a.m. someone unknown to her threw several eggs at her house. One egg also struck a Mercedes-Benz parked at the location was owned by Richard Cook of Little Rock. A total of $500 of damage was done to the paint job.