Police

Dispatch Desk: Monday, Aug. 1

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, July 31

1:04 p.m.
Officers arrested a woman at an Ivy Circle residence for a warrant following a report of an unwelcome guest beating on the door.

Saturday, July 30

3:05 a.m.
Officers responded to a South Austin Street residence for a domestic disturbance between two females once involved in a relationship.

Friday, July 29

4:04 p.m.
Officers arrested a woman at Walmart for shoplifting.

5:19 p.m.
A Phillips 66 clerk reported a customer nearly ran over her foot when the clerk interfered with a disturbance at the pumps.

7:30 p.m.
Officers responded to a child custody dispute at Powder Mill Apartments, 2801 Twin Rivers Dr.

Clark County Sheriff’s Office

Thursday, July 28

12:54 p.m.
A deputy investigated a suspicious person parked outside a vacant residence on Hearn Road.

6:03 p.m.
A Hearn Road man reported receiving harassing text messages.

Saturday, July 30

11:30 p.m.
A deputy arrested a Missouri woman for driving while intoxicated at Jordan’s Quick Stop in Caddo Valley.

Arrests

Friday, July 29

Clifton Tucker, 40, was arrested for failure to appear.

Eric Arzate, 28, was arrested for two counts of failure to appear.

Nathan Lee Hoover, 21, was arrested for two counts of failure to appear.

Miarea Monae Eley, 26, was arrested by Caddo Valley police for three counts of failure to appear.

Saturday, July 30

Lacy Ann Patterson, 38, was arrested for driving while intoxicated and refusal to submit.

Lauren Blake Berry, 32, was arrested by Caddo Valley police for driving while intoxicated, no liability insurance and speeding.

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