June 6

Officers were dispatched to Kiehl Avenue at its intersection with Brookswood Drive in reference to a traffic accident. According to a police report filed by Officer Steven Henker, he made contact with two drivers who said they had not been injured. Jessica McClure of Cabot said she was driving westbound on Kiehl when she was struck from behind by another vehicle driven by Charity Duckett of Sherwood. Both vehicles sustained $250 worth of damage. McClure’s Mazda 3 had minor scratches to the rear bumper. Duckett stated that she bumped the rear of McClure’s four-door BMW while both vehicles were at the light. Duckett’s front bumper also had minor scratches.

Duckett was found at fault for the accident for following too close but no citations were issued due to minor damage. Both motorists had vehicle insurance and were advised that a police report would be placed on file with the Sherwood Police Department.

June 8

Officers were dispatched to the parking lot of 3607 E. Kiehl Ave. in reference to a two-vehicle accident. Upon arrival, Officer Terrence Collins made contact with the driver, Gailisa Bryant and Gustavia Drive, both of Sherwood. Bryant said she was in the left turn lane on Brookswood Drive facing Kiehl. Bryant stated she dropped her bottle of water and then an accident resulted but she had no damage to her 2000 Ford Ranger. Drew stated that she was in the left turn lane on Brookswood in front of Bryant. Drew also stated that while at the traffic light she felt an impact from the rear of her vehicle which was a 2013 Toyota Venza. Her vehicle sustained $500 of damage.

Bryant and Drew stated they were not injured. Bryant was found at fault for the accident due to careless and prohibited driving. Bryant was given a warning for careless and prohibited driving.


June 8

Police were on patrol in the area of Pineview Street and made contact with Armando Garcia, 114 Pineview. Garcia said a tree limb fell on his 2014 Dodge Avenger just prior to the arrival of Sherwood Police Officer Chris Clark. Clark reported there was a dent and scratches on the passenger side of the Dodge. Damage was estimated to have totaled $1,000. The Dodge was insured and police told Garcia that a report would be kept on file for his insurance company at the city police department.