Oct. 15

Officers responded to the parking lot of Shipley’s Donuts, 8611 Arkansas 107, in reference to a private property accident where they made contact with Eugenia Cornett of Emerson and James Imhoff of Sherwood.

Cornett said she was waiting in the drive-thru line at Shipley’s and a vehicle in front of her decided not to wait any longer and began backing up. Cornett said she did not see the vehicle backing up and its trailer hitch struck the passenger side front headlight area of her 2002 Honda Civic, resulting in $500 of damage to her vehicle. Imhoff’s Ford F150 sustained no damage. No injuries were reported.

Officers were dispatched to Custom Aircraft Cabinets on Landers Road to a private property accident in the driveway. Upon the police’s arrival, the subjects had moved into Sam’s Club parking lot and officers made contact with Dustin Heard of Jacksonville and Jerry Quidort of North Little Rock.

Quidort said he was operating his Mercury Cougar and stopped at the driveway exit point to enter onto Landers Road. HE said he had started to go and then saw a vehicle approaching so he stopped again. Just as he came to a stop, his vehicle was struck hard from behind.

Heard said he was also attempting to leave the parking lot behind Quidort. He said that when Quidort started moving, Heard looked back to his left, started moving, and did not see that Quidort had stopped again. Heard was driving a 2002 Chevy Silverado truck. Quidort’s car sustained $1,500 of damage while Heard’s truck was not damaged.

Officers responded to Brookswood Drive at Warden Road in reference to an accident with no injuries. Upon arrival, police made contact with Thajuana Williams of North Little Rock who said she was traveling southbound on Brookswood approaching Warden, slowed down to complete a turn safely, and was rear ended by a white Kia driven by Kendell McQueen of Jacksonville. Both vehicles sustained $100 of damage. McQueen was found at fault for following too close and was issued a citation.


Oct. 15

Jelecia Jackson, 22, of North Little Rock was arrested on charges of third-degree domestic battering and violating a protection order (felony) after police responded to the Flash Market, 8623 Warden Road, in reference to a fight between a male and female.