Aaron Gentry, 27, of Sheridan was arrested on charges of DWI, no driver’s license, failure to stop before driving across sidewalk, failure to yield from a private drive, improper turn, no proof of insurance and no seat belt after police were traveling westbound on East Kiehl Avenue and saw his Jeep exit the residential driveway at 507 E. Kiehl Ave. without yielding or stopping for a pedestrian on the sidewalk.
Charles Harris, 30, of Sherwood was arrested on a charge of third-degree domestic battery after police were dispatched to 117 Hollywood Ave. in reference to a man and woman fighting in the front yard.
Butch Walker, 22, of Jacksonville was arrested on charges of DWI, running a red light, wrong way on a one-way street, careless/prohibited driving and no seat belt after police observe him driving southbound on Brookswood Drive where he ran a red light, then he made a left turn and entered the exit to the Brooksover flyover, traveling the wrong way on a one-way street. Two passengers in his vehicle were also arrested on charges of public intoxication: Courtney Flake, 23; and Karl Schlagel, 43, both of Jacksonville.
Querida Kelley, 23, of Sherwood was arrested on charges of DWI and failure to stop at a red light after police observed her driving a red car which failed to stop at a red light on Brookswood Drive.
Jesse Vanpelt, 21, and Scarlett Jones, 21, both of Sherwood were arrested on charges of possession of a controlled substance with the purpose to deliver, three counts of possession of drug paraphernalia (D Felony), use of another person’s property to facilitate a crime (B Felony), possession of a firearm by certain persons, carrying a weapon, use of a communications device, tampering with physical evidence and proximity to certain facilities. The arrest took place at Hess’ Gas Station. Police seized firearms, $1,121 in cash, ammunition, cell phones, baggies with a scale, and a green leafy substance believed to be marijuana.
Avelardo Catellanos, 24, of North Little Rock was arrested on charges of DWI, careless/prohibited driving and driving without a license after police observed someone driving a Jeep headed eastbound on East Kiehl which was weaving side to side.
Ronnie Spradlin, 38, of Scott was arrested on charges of obstructing government operations after police observed him driving a white truck on Arkansas 107 near West Kiehl Avenue with the right passenger light out.
Holly Benbrook, 28, of Scott was arrested on six counts of possession of a controlled substance with the purpose to deliver (three C Felonies, one D Felony, one misdemeanor), three counts of possession of drug paraphernalia (two misdemeanors, one D Felony), and DWI drugs. The arrest came after police were dispatched to the Shelby Road/Kiehl Avenue intersection at 3:49 p.m. in reference to a vehicle accident. According to the police report, Benbrook’s vehicle had Xanex, Hydrocodone, Oxycodone, and marijuana.
Edmond Kievaunte, 18, of Sherwood was arrested was arrested on a charge of DWI after police pulled into Chapel Ridge Apartments on Brockington Road and the officer’s cruiser had to swerve to miss Kievaunte’s oncoming vehicle.
Timothy Blackmon, 27, of North Little Rock was arrested on a charge of carrying a weapon after police observed him not make a complete stop at the Brockington Road/Kiehl Avenue intersection. He was found to have an active warrant for his arrest.
Amy Armstrong, 35, of Little Rock was arrested on a charge of possession of a controlled substance/second offense (D Felony) after police observed someone driving a silver Chevy Caviler over the Kiehl Avenue bypass with a left brake light out and no license plate.
Derik Malcolm, 18, of Jacksonville was arrested on charges of possession of a controlled substance, three counts of possession of drug paraphernalia and improper turn. The arrest took place after police saw him perform a right turn onto East Kiehl Avenue into the inside lane, traveling westbound.
Troy Carr, 33, of Jacksonville was arrested on charges of DWI, refusal to submit to a field sobriety test, left of center, no insurance and speeding 50 mph in a 25 mph zone after police observed the car he was driving onto Indianhead Drive was exceeding the speed limit.
Jonathan Bilon, 31, of Sherwood was arrested on charges of possession of drug paraphernalia and defective equipment after police observed his brake light not come on as he was driving eastbound on East Kiehl Avenue near the Kum & Go gas station.
Ryan Perkins of Jacksonville said he was driving southbound on Arkansas 107 and his eye became very dry so he looked down to rub it which resulted in his Chevy CBT traveling off the right side of the roadway. He immediately pulled his vehicle back onto the roadway buy he had caused $750 worth of damage to the undercarriage. Police observed a small amount of damage to the front of the vehicle.
Linda Agnew-Morgan of Jacksonville said she was backing out of a parking space at the Links Apartments on East Kiehl Avenue and was about to pull forward when she was struck from behind by another vehicle driven by Joe Mudzinski of Sherwood. Police said there was no damage to Agnew-Morgan’s small grey car but $750 of damage to Mudzinski’s Chevrolet Malibu.
Richard Morris of North Little Rock said he was traveling northbound on North Hills Boulevard behind a Toyota SUV when the SUV stopped suddenly, resulting in Morris slamming on his brakes. Morris said he did not stop his vehicle in time and struck the rear of the Toyota vehicle. Morris said he knew he was at fault for the accident. Morris said he made contact with the owner of the other vehicle, Frank Jordan, no address given. Morris’ GMC Yukon sustained $250 of damage.
James Carpenter of North Little Rock said he was stopped facing south in the outside lane of Arkansas 107 at the intersection of North Hills Boulevard. His foot slipped off the brake and hit the gas pedal as the light turned green, resulting in the front bumper of Carpenter’s 2004 Ford XPL striking the rear bumper of a 2010 Cadillac DTS driven by Billie Koche of Sherwood. Carpenter’s car had $50 of damage while Koche’s vehicle had $500 of damage. Carpenter was found at fault for the accident but was not issued a citation.