Oct. 2

Rausch Coleman and Paul Motes, 5501 Trammel Estates Drive, told police there was a $600 Whirlpool gas range, still in the box, that was stolen sometime between Sept. 27 and Oct. 2. Motes could not provide police with a time or date the range was last seen inside the residence. Police reported they found no signs of forced entry.

Robert Fenton of North Little Rock said sometime during the night of Oct. 1-2 one of his rental properties at 2104 Hatcher Road, Apt. D, was burglarized. Fenton was in the process of getting it ready for renters to move in when he noticed $150 of damage done to the door and door frame and a $300 battery-powered drill missing.

Oct. 3

Hannah Gettys of Sherwood said someone took her keys. She told police she had a friend come over to her Links Apartments unit to drop something off. Gettys said she later heard some noice and then looked out the window and saw a man running down the sidewalk and then run across the parking lot where she lost sight of him.


Oct. 2

Jack Hiatt of Sherwood said sometime between 3-4 p.m. unknown persons struck the rear driver’s door of his Dodge Cuda while it was parked at the Wal-Mart Super Center. It was parked near the Lawn and Garden Center and he said he did not notice any damage until later. Damage totaled $6,000 for this show car that is valued at about $60,000.

Gary Williams of Sherwood said he was in the right lane of East Kiehl Avenue headed eastbound attempting to turn right into Kent Sutherland Insurance, 802 E. Kiehl Ave., when he was rear-ended. Paul Anthony of Bluffton said he was in the right lane on East Kiehl and looked down as he topped the hill. Anthony said he saw the truck stop and hit his brakes but not in time to avoid hitting the truck. Both vehicles sustained $200 of damage. Anthony was found at fault for the accident and was issued a citation for no proof of insurance and was also issued a warning for following too close.

Oct. 3

Richard Coleman of Sherwood said he was making a right turn onto Warden Road from Wildwood Avenue when the right front bumper of another vehicle driven by Kelly Black of Little Rock collided with the right rear bumper of his 2006 Ford ZX4, causing $800 of damage to Coleman’s vehicle. Coleman said he had to stop due to the southbound traffic on Warden. Police found Black at fault for the accident for following too close.

Casey Suppes of Columbia, Mo., was driving a 2005 Acura TLS, headed northbound on Arkansas 107 in the inside lane when a white GMC Yukon driven by Holly Butler of Beebe began pulling out in front of her from the Pop A Top Liquor Store to the south of Arkansas 107. Butler was found to be at fault for the accident for failure to yield.


Oct. 3

Joshua Locke, 35, of Sherwood was cited on a charge of public intoxication after police were dispatched to the area of Hatcher Road and Arkansas 107 in reference to an intoxicated man walking by the highway.