Jace Alexander, 43, of Little Rock and David Seibs, 37, of Sheridan, were arrested on a charge of possession of a controlled substance after police observed a black Lexus turn onto West Lee Street from Windsor Valley Subdivision. The back seat of the vehicle was full of items and the license was hanging down on the left side.
Joshua Clark, 30, of Jacksonville was arrested on charges of disorderly conduct and obstructing governmental business after police observed a disturbance taking place in the area of the Sherwood District Court courtroom area.
Regina Brown, 38, of Doddridge Miller was arrested on a charge of shoplifting after it was determined she attempted to take $320 worth of clothing from Kohl’s Department Store without paying for it. Loss Prevention Officer Virginia Watsonb said she watched a suspected shoplifter leave the store. It was determined she had concealed the merchandise under her clothing.
Maurice Pierce, 39, of Little Rock was arrested on a charge of possession of a controlled substance (marijuana)after police observed a red Chevrolet Suburban traveling westbound on Kiehl Avenue at its intersection of Indianhead Drive whose drive was not wearing his seat belt. Her was also cited for driving with a suspended driver’s license and no seat belt.
Christie Dishler, an employee of the Kum & Go, 3400 E. Kiehl Ave., reported someone pumped gasoline into their vehicle and drive off without paying for it. Dishler said after reviewing video surveillance footage, the vehicle appeared to be a silver SUV, possibly a Trailblazer. She did not have a description of the driver but stated the drive off took place at Pump 19 where the motorist stole $10 of gasoline. The station did not get the license plate number.
Christie Dishler, an employee of the Kum & Go, 3400 E. Kiehl Ave., reported someone pumped gasoline into their vehicle and drive off without paying for it. Dishler said someone driving a dark green small Ford pickup truck pulled up to Pump 13. The driver, possibly a black male, got out, pumped 17.507 gallons of regular unleaded gasoline valued at $56 int the truck and left without paying. Dishler said it appeared there were two black females also in the truck. There was no other identifying information available at the time.
Officers at 11:08 a.m. responded to 502 May St. in reference to an accident. Contact was made with Sandra Ducelos of Osceola who said she was backing up and did not see a red truck that was parked across the street. Duclos said her rear passenger side bumper of her Lexus struck the driver’s side fender of the Mazda truck, causing it $500 of damage while her car had $200 of damage. The owner of the truck, Philip Zaffarano, said he was mowing and saw Duclos start to back up. He saw her close to his vehicle but could not get her attention in time to stop her from striking the truck. Duclos was found to be at fault for the accident but no citation was issued.
Officers were dispatched to the area of Wildwood Avenue and Warden Road in reference to a non-injury accident. Betty Mortimore of Conway said she was pulling out of the driveway of the Shell station and someone told her to go ahead. Mortimore said she saw Rose Bettger of Lonoke traveling eastbound on Wildwood and she started to back into the parking lot but was struck on the front bumper of her vehicle, resulting in damage.
Bettger said she was traveling on Wildwood and was going to turn right. Mortimore was out in the road and she struck her vehicle, damaging the right front door and quarter panel. Both Mortimore’s Chevrolet Impala and Bettger’s Buick Lesabre sustained $750 of damage. Mortimore was found at fault for failure to yield at a driveway but was not cited due to minor damage.