Selma Robinson of North Little Rock said he left his 2010 GMC pickup truck in the parking lot of the Wal-Mart Supercenter on Arkansas 107 and when he returned about one hour later he saw about $100 worth of scuff marks on the driver’s side from the door to the rear fender.
Michael Neill of Gwatney Collision Center, 5700 Landers Road, told police that the chain link fence on the backside of the body shop had been cut. After further investigation, it was found that four vehicles had been entered and rummaged through. He did not know if anything had been taken from the vehicles.
Michele Wienke of Cabot told police that someone turned around in the parking lot of Family Dentistry, 1118 E. Kiehl Ave., and brushed up against the rear of the bumper of her 2012 GMC Sierra, which resulted in a scuff mark on the rear driver’s side of her bumper.
April Copeland of Jacksonville said she attempted to back out of the T-Ricks parking lot at the corner of Jacksonville Cato Road and Arkansas 107 and struck the right side of a 2011 Chevy Avalanche owned by Orville Horn of North Little Rock which was headed eastbound on Jacksonville Cato.
Horn’s vehicle sustained $850 in damage while Copeland’s vehicle had $100 in damage.
Abdul Abunasrah, of United Traders Inc., 281 Newman St., said he had a set of four Cadillac 22-inch rims worth 3,000 stolen as well as a set of 20-inch Tahoe rims worth $700 stolen.
The fence between United Trades and Terminix had been cut, allowing access to the vehicle yard. Abunasrah said the shed had a huge lock that could not be cut and the lock was missing and the locking mechanism where the lock was had been destroyed.
Thomas Pyle of Sherwood said he noticed his vehicle’s tab was missing. Pyle said it appears the tab had been removed from the license plate.
United States Environmental Services, 261 Newman St., reported someone cut a hole in the fence next to Terminix to get past the back gate. Bennie Williams of U.S. Environmental said she noticed three keys missing to equipment in the back yard.The trailer in the back lot appeared to have been ransacked.
Dora Williams of Sherwood said she had discovered that several pieces of jewelry worth $1,400 were missing from her home at 110 Sugar Maple Drive. She said she had a gathering of friends and family on Sept. 22 and later noticed several rings, a rope chain and Citizens watch were missing from the jewelry box in her bathroom.
Sharealle Boyd of Sherwood said two $400 42-inch flat screen televisions and a $200 laptop were stolen from her apartment located at 10401 Brockington Road, Apt. 215. She told police she left home at 10 a.m. and returned at 6 p.m. When she got home she noticed the front door slightly open.
Raymond Rogers, 31, of Sherwood was arrested on charges of carrying a weapon and public intoxication. During the same incident, William Lawson, 25, of Little Rock was arrested on charges of public intoxication and outstanding warrants after police were trying to unlock a vehicle at 124 Manson Road.
John Cox, 39, of Lincolnton, Ga., was arrested on charges of careless/prohibited driving, driving with a license suspended for DWI/drugs and no seat belt. The arrest came after officers were told that a reckless driver was headed southbound on Arkansas 107 coming through Gravel Ridge approaching Brockington Road.