Deshon Merritt, 18, and Corian Walker, 18, both of Little Rock were arrested on a charge of minor in possession of alcohol after police were dispatched to the Fairway Park swimming pool area in reference to two men drinking on the property.
Officers were dispatched to the area of Arkansas 107 and Brockington Road in reference to a motor vehicle accident in which one vehicle had left the scene of an accident. Upon arrival, police made contact with Monica McCalpine of Jacksonville who said she was traveling in the left turn lane of Southbound Arkansas 107 attempting to turn left onto Brockington when an unknown vehicle traveling in front of her abruptly stopped. She was unable to stop without her Nissan Murano impacting the rear of the other vehicle. Her vehicle sustained $500 of damage. She told police the other vehicle was a burgundy Buick and she told officers the license plate number. It was occupied with two black males and one white female. She told police they were being uncooperative and refused to stay and wait for the police.
Dharron Luckey of Little Rock said he was backing up his vehicle and struck a van owned by Charles Duncan of North Little Rock. There was $200 of damage to Luckey’s left side rear bumper and $100 of damage to Duncan’s rear bumper.
Paulette Becraft of Lonoke said she was driving eastbound on Kiehl Avenue at Indianhead Drive, in the right turn lane yielding to oncoming traffic when she was struck in the rear driver’s side bumper by the front passenger side bumper of another vehicle driven by Tiffany Washington of Sherwood. Washington’s vehicle sustained $400 of damage while Becraft’s car had $500 of damage. Washington was found at fault for the accident and was issued a citation for following too close and no proof of insurance.
Nancy Douglas of Jacksonville said she was traveling eastbound in the outside lane of Kiehl Avenue when she thought a vehicle exiting the Indianhead Shopping Center was going to pull into her lane of traffic. She merged into the inside lane, striking a Ford Explorer driven by Sherri Howsey of Sherwood. Both vehicles sustained $200 of damage.
Sharon Green of Sherwood was traveling eastbound in the parking lot of the Wal-Mart Supercenter on Arkansas 107 when she stopped for an employee to pass with shopping carts. Shortly after she stopped Patricia Cox of North Little Rock struck her in the rear passenger side. Green’s vehicle sustained $800 of damage and Cox’s vehicle had $200 of damage.