Sept. 17

Sheila York, 5073 Yellow Glen Circle, said she had gone to the Valero gas station to get gas at 10:30 a.m and had a pink jewelry bag on the front seat. She pumped gas into her vehicle and when she returned the bag was gone. It contained $3,500 worth of jewelry.

Mike Craig, owner of Ridge Creek Motors, 15621 Arkansas 107, said someone stole a $500 500-gallon clear plastic tank with a black lid from his property. He said it had been missing for about two weeks.

Lorene Williams, 163 Feldspar Drive, said she recently attempted to use one of her bank cards and it was denied. She contacted her bank and was told there were several charges by Tax Slayer Online which were fraudulent.

Andrea Alexander, director of risk/quality assurance at St. Vincent Rehabilitation Center, 2201 Wildwood Ave., said someone stole a $500 television from the patient dining room. Alexander said the television was taken sometime after Sept. 15.

Johnny Sanders of Sherwood said sometime around midnight someone broke into his 2011 Ford truck which had been parked outside of his house located at 3203 Seminole Trail. He told police he was asleep and heard some noises around midnight but thought they were coming from upstairs so he checked to make sure his son was okay. He went back to sleep and at about 2:19 p.m. he got into his truck and noticed the passenger seat was in disarray with paperwork and other items he kept put away. Someone stole his wallet which had credit cards and items with his personal information on them.

Carl Summons, 10605 Chestnut Drive, said he returned to his home and noticed a garage door open. He then went to his breaker box and saw the lid pulled up with the main breaker turned off, resulting in his electricity being turned off. Once he went inside he noticed $2,000 in cash missing from his left nightstand in his bedroom and $900 in cash missing from the right nightstand in his bedroom. In addition, a 50-inch flat screen television was also missing from the bedroom which is valued at $400. Other items missing include a $700 Sony 50-inch flat screen television from another bedroom, $40 worth of prescription drugs from his nightstand, two cases of orange soda and one case of grape soda. Another resident of the home, Demetria Kimbrough, told police she had a $615 Toshiba Satellite stolen from her bedroom, a $500 Hewitt Pachard laptop and $100 in cash from the closet in the front left bedroom.

Sept. 18

Kyle Apple of Sherwood and a juvenile came into police headquarters to report they were walking eastbound on Kiehl Avenue at 2:15 a.m. when they met up with two black males in their late teens or early twenties. At this time, they continued to walk to Arrows Edge Apartments off Indianhead Drive. Apple said when he and the juvenile arrived at the apartment complex they stopped to take a rest and at this time one of the two unknown males took a sawed off shotgun from his clothing and struck Apple in the face with the butt of the gun. Apple said the male told him to get on the ground. Apple and the juvenile got on the ground and the unknown males kicked them in the head and told them to empty their pockets. At point the two males took the $100 cell phones from Apple and the juvenile and $30 in cash. The males told them to remain on the ground until they were gone. Apple said the two males were wearing grey hoodies with sweat pants. The male who had the gun was tall and wore a hat while the other male had on a white bandanna. Once the two males left the scene, Apple and the juvenile got up and went to the city police department.

David Tingqist of North Little Rock said someone stole his $400 Apple phone and wallet from his locked locker at the Bill Harmon Recreation Center. The wallet had his credit cards and $70 in cash.

Elda Carter of Sherwood said an unknown subject had taken two cases of Coca Cola and one case of Dr Pepper from the carport of her house located at 218 Cherrie Ave.

Lisa Noll of Jacksonville said her credit card had been stolen and used in Sherwood at the Phillips 66 gas station on Kiehl Avenue. Noll said her card was used at about 11:34 a.m. and she already filed a report with the Jacksonville Police Department because her card had been used there too.

Sept. 19

Jim Strickland, 302 Big Indian St., said he left for work at 10 a.m. When he returned home he noticed his $2,500 55-inch LCD flat screen television and $2,200 17-inch laptop computer with keyboard missing. Strickland said one of his dogs came out to greet him when he pulled into his garage but he always keeps both of his dogs in the back yard.

Sept. 20

Jessica Miller, 814 Grosvenor Ave., said someone broke into her vehicle overnight and she discovered it when she got up in the morning. Stolen items included a $300 GPS unit and a $10 iphone charger.

Dewan Lewis, 400 Beverly Ave., said someone stole several items from her husband’s vehicle. Items stolen from the 1999 Toyota 4Runner include a $1,000 Mac laptop, $200 in tools, $200 GPS and $300 worth of baseball bats contained inside a baseball bag.

Sept. 21

Steve Clites, assistant manager of the Wal-Mart Supercenter on Arkansas 107, told police an unknown middle aged black male tried to leave the store without paying for a flat screen television. Clites said the man left the scene in a 1996 Marquis vehicle. He drove off headed eastbound on Maryland Avenue.

Kathy Bennett of Sherwood said she was shopping at the Wal-Mart Supercenter on Arkansas 107 when she discovered someone had stole her billfold which had a small amount of cash, personal identification, and credit cards.

Randy Harmon of Harmon Overhead Door, 4360 Rixey Road, Sherwood, said two outdoor air conditioning units had been stolen, resulting in a $4,000 loss. Harmon said the building had been vacated and sometime during the last 30 days they had been stolen.

Sept. 22

Tracee Robinson, 103 Manson Road Apt. 23, Sherwood, said sometime during the night someone got into her storage room and stole her daughter’s $150 bicycle.


Sept. 18

Floyd Bruce, 48, 9014 Merrymen, Sherwood, was arrested on charges of obstructing governmental operations, driving with fictitious tags, driving with a suspended driver’s license and no proof of insurance. The arrest took place after police made a traffic stop while he was driving northbound on Wilhite Drive when an office noticed his vehicle had fictitious Tennessee tags.

Sept. 20

Marissa Page, 33, 14 Creekridge Circle, Sherwood was arrested on a charge of public intoxication after police were dispatched to that address in reference to an intoxicated person at her home.


Sept. 17

Julia Counts of Sherwood said she was driving eastbound on Wildwood Avenue attempting to merge onto Warden Road when she struck another vehicle driven by Angela Day of Sherwood in the rear, resulting in both vehicles sustaining $400 of damage. Counts was found to be at fault for the accident for following too close but no citations were issued. No injuries were reported.

Sept. 19

Terran Wilder of Emmet said he was trying to make a left turn onto Arkansas 107 from the parking lot of Apple Valley Mini Storage when the front right fender of his 2000 Chevrolet Cavalier had been struck by a 2006 Chevrolet van driven by Jason Hickey of Jacksonville. Both vehicles sustained $800 in damage. Due to conflicting stories and no witness present, police were unable to determine the accident’s fault.

Sept. 20

Brittany Dickerson of Sherwood said she was stopped in traffic in the outside lane of Arkansas 176 at its intersection with Arkansas 107 when her 2003 Toyota Camry was struck in the rear by another vehicle driven by Randy Yeoman of Sherwood. Yeoman’s 2005 Ford F-150 only sustained minor damage but Dickerson’s car had $500 in damage. Yeoman was issued a citation for following too close. No injuries were reported.

Sept. 21

Pulaski County Deputy Joseph Dunn told police he was in the inside lane at a complete stop headed southbound on Brockington Road when he looked down for a brief moment and his vehicle struck the rear of another vehicle driven by Latrinia Joyner of Sherwood. Dunn’s 2010 Dodge Charger sustained $100 of damage while Joyner’s 2009 Toyota vehicle had $300 of damage. No injuries were reported and no citations were issued.