Police

Dispatch Desk – Wednesday, Sept. 1

Arkadelphia Police Department

Tuesday, Aug. 31
Police opened a felony case for terroristic threatening.

Monday, Aug. 30
9:20 a.m.
An Amity woman reported she rear-ended a vehicle at the traffic light at the junction of West Pine Street and Interstate 30. She said the other driver, a male, drove away from the scene after inspecting the damage to his vehicle.

10:15 a.m.
Officers were summoned to Pine and Walnut streets for a report of road rage. The complainant told police that someone in a white Chevrolet Impala had been tailgating her on Walnut Street, trying to pass her several times before threatening her at that intersection. Officers later located the suspect, a Delight woman, who admitted her involvement. She was informed that she would have to make a court appearance should the complainant want to pursue charges.

1:54 p.m.
A South Clark Street woman reported a vehicle struck a metal fence post on her property.

7:50 p.m.
Officers arrested a Little Rock man at 16th and Gresham streets for outstanding warrants.

Police opened two felony arson cases.

Arrests

Monday, Aug. 30
Rudisha V. Williams, 33, was arrested for a probation violation.
Tabitha M. Baker, 30, was arrested by Arkadelphia police for theft of property.
William Zaripoa-Guerrero, 41, was arrested by Arkadelphia police for theft of property.
Bruce Buckley, 33, was arrested by Arkadelphia police for failure to appear.

Tuesday, Aug. 31
Johnell Fohle, 18, was arrested by Amity police for possession of a controlled substance and failure to report an accident.
Derick Rossin, 42, was arrested for third-degree domestic battery and endangering the welfare of a minor.
Alex Stockdale, 29, was arrested for possession of a controlled substance and failure to comply.
Kirt Puckett, 51, was arrested for a bench warrant.
Micholas Selve, 21, was arrested for a warrant.
Adrian J. Barrett, 24, was arrested by Arkadelphia police for a warrant.
Billy Parry, 61, was arrested for a warrant.

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