Police & Fire

Dispatch Desk: Wednesday, Oct. 19

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

Tuesday, Oct. 18
10:38 a.m.
A man reported someone broke out a window of his camper parked on North 10th Street.

2:41 p.m.
A Maumelle man reported the theft of his vehicle license plate.

5:45 p.m.
A woman was arrested at Dollar General, 2727 Caddo St., for shoplifting.

Monday, Oct. 17
Police opened a case of residential burglary and sealed the report as a felony.

12:45 p.m.
Officers responded to an unattended death at an apartment complex at the 1000 block of Main Street.

6:13 p.m.
A North 24th Street man reported a branch from a city-owned tree fell onto his property and caused $2,600 worth of damage to his shop and boat.

8:47 p.m.
A man was arrested at Walmart for shoplifting.

11:26 p.m.
A Gurdon woman reported losing her wallet, likely somewhere between Walmart and Stuckey’s.

Clark County Sheriff’s Office

Wednesday, Oct. 19
3:30 a.m.
A deputy was summoned to a residence at Colonial West Road, Arkadelphia, where a man was having a marijuana-induced psychotic episode. He was transported by ambulance to the hospital, and commented that those treating him were trying to kill him.

Arrests in Clark County

Monday, Oct. 17
William Jordan, 44, was arrested by Arkadelphia police for public intoxication.

Tuesday, Oct. 18
Christopher Holliman, 26, was arrested for three counts of failure to appear, criminal trespass and theft of property.

Anthony Jarod Balch, 25, was arrested by Arkansas State Police for no liability insurance, no seatbelt and driving with a suspended license.

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