June 1

Officers were dispatched to Shipley’s Donuts on Arkansas 107 in reference to a private property accident where Jane Todd of Sherwood said she was backing out of her parking spot and turned her wheels too sharply and struck the side of another vehicle driven by Vandy Nash of North Little Rock. Both vehicles sustained $500 worth of damage and there were no injuries. Nash stated she was sitting in her Honda Accord when Todd backed out in her Ford Explorer and struck the side of her vehicle.

Officers were dispatched to the area of Warden and Landtrip roads in reference to an accident where Antonio Barahona of Sherwood and Leanna Talley of Little Rock were involved. Barahona said he was not injured and Talley complained of having a headache but felt okay and would drive to the hospital if she felt it was necessary. Antonio said he was traveling southbound on Brookswood Drive and when he approached the red light at Kohl’s he looked down at his cell phone and didn’t see Talley’s car in front of him. Barahona was cited for following too close.

May 31

Officers at 10:15 p.m. were dispatched to the corner of Arkansas 107 and Kiehl Avenue in reference to a two-vehicle accident where Young Ko of North Little Rock and Nicholas Miles of Lonoke confirmed there were no injuries but both their vehicles sustained $300 of damage. Miles said he was traveling northbound on Arkansas 107 in his Mazda Protégé when a Hyundai Sonota operated by Ko pulled across the highway into the Phillips 66 gas station. Miles struck Ko’s car. Ko was found at fault of the accident for failure to yield.

May 30

Officers were dispatched to the area of Arkansas 107 and Gibson Road in reference to a multi-car accident. Upon officers’ arrival, Joshua Parksley of Cabot and Christal Mosley of Jacksonville were in the Citgo parking lot. Neither driver complained of injury. Mosley said she was in the right lane heading southbound on Arkansas 107. She said she observed the traffic ahead stopping suddenly. Parsley, who was in the left lane pulled suddenly into her lane and struck the front left side of her vehicle. Parsley stated that the truck in front of him was stopping suddenly and to avoid a serious collision with the back of the truck he swerved into the right lane to avoid it. The lane was not clear and he struck Mosley’s vehicle with the right side of his vehicle. Police then went to Helmbeck’s Collision Center where the other two vehicles were parked. Mason Bagwell of Cabot and Stacey Galloway of Sherwood were not injured. Galloway stated that the traffic in front of her was stopping so she started to slow down and was struck from behind by Bagwell. The damage to Galloway’s vehicle was to the rear bumper. Bagwell said that Galloway had stopped suddenly and he was unable to stop before striking her vehicle. The damage to Bagwell’s vehicle was to the front bumper. Bagwell was cited for following too close for striking the rear of Galloway’s vehicle. Parsley was cited for following too close and for not being able to stop and striking Mosley’s vehicle. Bagwell’s Dodge Ram truck sustained $500 of damage, Galloway’s Ford Explorer had $750 of damage, Parsley’s Toyota Camry had $750 of damage and Mosley’s Chevrolet Cruze had $750 of damage.