Oct. 1


Marion Underwood, 57, of England was arrested on a charge of third-degree domestic battery after police took a report of a domestic battery claim in the lobby of the city police department.

Timothy, 45, and Tina Blair, 40, of Sherwood, were both arrested on charges of third-degree domestic battery after police were called to the department lobby to take a report of domestic violence.

Oct. 2

Patricia Greer, 65, of Sherwood was arrested on a charge of disorderly conduct after police were dispatched to her home at 3B Framar Place in reference to a civil standby.

Erik Larson, 20, of Sherwood was cited on charges of possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia and no headlight after police observed him not using a headlight in his vehicle on Kiehl Avenue near Mama’s Gyros.

Oct. 5

Aaron Killingsworth, 34, and Terrell Alland, 46, both of Sherwood, were both arrested on charges of public intoxication after police responded to the parking lot of the Waffle House Restaurant on Wildwood Avenue in reference to two possibly intoxicated people urinating beside a white pickup truck.


Oct. 1

Kristyn Ross of Sherwood said someone fraudulently used her credit card and was notified by her bank that it was used at Sam’s Club in Riverdale, Fla.

Oct. 2

Rick Bufford of Rick’s Vacuum World, 600 E. Kiehl Ave., Sherwood, reported that eight vacuum cleaners worth $450 had been taken from the business.

Oct. 4

Eshe Mustafa of North Little Rock said her purse had been stolen from inside her vehicle while it was parked at the Wal-Mart Supercenter on Arkansas 107. The purse had lottery tickets, makeup, some change and her Social Security card. Police said they found no signs of forced entry.

Debra Bravo of North Little Rock said her purse had been stolen while her car was parked in the parking lot of a Bushy Island Church on Sept. 22. Since that time, someone used her debit card for purchases totaling about $200 at the Big Red Fina and the Kiehl Avenue 66 station.

Oct. 5

Jennifer Phillips of Sherwood said she was notified by her bank that $500 worth of unauthorized charges were made to her bank card at a gym and heath food store.

Oct. 7

Dollar General, 1751 E. Kiehl Ave., said two women tried to leave the store without paying for items they had taken. The items totaled about $100.


Oct. 2

Steve Sorrows of Sherwood said sometime during the night someone had slashed two of his tires to his Toyota Rav-4 which had been parked on the street next to his house located at 112 Greentree St. The loss totaled $200.


Oct. 2

Mareno Mackenzie of Sherwood said she was driving eastbound on Kiehl Avenue behind another vehicle driven by Amy Bledsoe of Sherwood. Mackenzie said the sun was reflecting off Bledsoe’s lights. Mackenzie tried to swerve but was unable to avoid the collision which resulted in $500 of damage to both vehicles. Mackenzie was found at fault for the accident for following too close.