Police & Fire

Dispatch Desk: Friday, Oct. 14

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

Thursday, Oct. 13
12:19 p.m.
Officers responded to 21st and Pine streets for a report from a fishmonger that she had been harassed by someone repeatedly inquiring of her credentials to sell fish. The complainant said the man left in a pickup truck after she asked for his credentials to allege she wasn’t licensed. The suspect posted a video of his confrontation to social media. The matter is still under investigation.

3:20 p.m.
Police responded to a report of a hit-and-run accident at Pediatrics Plus, 702 Hickory St.

3:30 p.m.
A South 14th Street woman reported the theft of 4-5 metal T-posts, pulled up from the property line where the landowner had been in the process of erecting a fence.

Wednesday, Oct. 12
8:22 a.m.
A North 27th Street woman reported a neighbor’s pit bull knocked her down and dragged away and killed the dog she was carrying inside. Neither officers nor animal control were able to capture the pit bull, nor were they able to make contact with the dog’s owner by the following morning.

1:03 p.m.
Officers responded to a tenant/landlord dispute at a residence at the 1000 block of North 15th Street.

2:56 p.m.
Police responded to the former location of Cannon Auto at 10th and Pine streets for a motorist’s report that a brick from the nearby demolition project bounced into the road and struck his vehicle. The supervisor on duty inspected the damages and agreed to pay for them.

Officers responded to a non-criminal domestic disturbance involving a juvenile.

4:24 p.m.
A Brookshire’s customer reported being duped by an unknown suspect who approached her at the store to sell her a necklace. The two agreed on a price of $50 for the necklace and the complainant handed over a $100, but the suspect kept the change and the necklace.

Clark County Sheriff’s Office

Wednesday, Oct. 12
2:12 p.m.
A deputy arrested a man at a Stevenson Road, Gurdon, residence for violating a no-contact order.

Arrests in Clark County

Wednesday, Oct. 12
Tyrell Damarius Marshall, 25, was sentenced to jail for failure to pay a fine.

Jimmy Dwight Duncan, 44, was arrested on unlisted charges.

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