Police & Fire

Dispatch Desk: Monday, April 18

The following incidents were gathered from reports filed at the Arkadelphia Police Department and Clark County Sheriff’s Office. Names of arrested individuals were collected at the Clark County Detention Center on Crittenden Street in Arkadelphia. They are presumed innocent until found guilty in a court of law. The Arkadelphian does not withhold names from the arrest log, so don’t even think about asking.

Arkadelphia Police Department

Sunday, April 17

Police opened a felony case of forgery.

Saturday, April 16

12:35 p.m.
Officers were summoned to a residence at the 200 block of Caddo Street for a domestic disturbance between a male and female. The male, listed as the suspect, fled the scene prior to police arrival.

Friday, April 15

10:01 a.m.
A Texas woman reported a McDonald’s employee pushed a cart into her car bumper. Officers observed no damage but noted “copious amounts of bug splatter” on her bumper.

1:53 p.m.
An Elaine Circle resident reported a known female violated the no-contact order she has against her.

Officers worked a false police report case involving a juvenile.

Thursday, April 14

7:49 a.m.
Officers responded to Winner’s Circle, 104 N. 10th St., for a report of a customer’s vehicle rolling into the propane cylinder exchange cage. Officers noted minor damage to both the cage and car. The driver said she parked the vehicle to enter the store, and the vehicle must have come out of park.

3 p.m.
Police responded to the vacant Central Primary School on North 11th Street, where someone gained entry by breaking a window and vandalized the interior with spray paint.

Clark County Sheriff’s Office

Thursday, April 14

7 p.m.
A woman reported being watched while sunbathing at the Highway 7 swim area at DeGray Lake. Describing the suspect as a middle-aged white male wearing nothing but a towel around his waist, she said the man followed her to another location when she moved a first time.

Sunday, April 17

4:38 p.m.
Deputies responded to a verbal dispute at a residence on Gum Street in Gum Springs.

8:18 p.m.
Deputies responded to a 911 call at the 2000 block of Highway 53 South, Whelen Springs, for a disturbance between two people, both of whom were arrested for warrants unrelated to the disturbance.

Saturday, April 16

2:41 a.m.
A gate was reported damaged at Bean Road, Amity.

11 p.m.
A Charity Road man reported arriving home to finding his front door kicked in and a known intoxicated male inside watching television. The temporary roommate gathered his belongings and left the scene prior to deputy arrival.

Arrests

Friday, April 15

Jermaine Lawson, 46, was arrested for failure to comply.

Corey Hall, 31, was arrested by Caddo Valley police for third-degree battery and resisting arrest.

Saturday, April 16

Elizabeth Nicole Alexander, 28, was arrested by Arkadelphia police for third-degree domestic battery.

Sunday, April 17

Jarrod Nathan Wesley Cogburn, 19, was arrested for public intoxication and minor in possession.

Sabrina Woodall, 42, was arrested for failure to appear.

Jaime Lee Eckert, 55, was arrested for failure to comply, fictitious tags and no liability insurance.

Brandon Charles Moore, 24, was arrested for two counts of failure to appear, two counts of failure to comply, criminal trespass and obstructing governmental operations.

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  1. “Officers observed no damage but noted “copious amounts of bug splatter” on her bumper.” LOL! I love these. I read every, single one, because sometimes I’ll find something funny like this.

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