Police & Fire

Dispatch Desk: Friday, Dec. 2

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

Friday, Dec. 2
1:27 a.m.
Police arrested a man for public intoxication outside a South 11th Street residence following a disturbance call.

Thursday, Dec. 1
Police filed a report on fraudulent use of a credit card and sealed it as a felony case.

Wednesday, Nov. 30
Officers worked a case of terroristic threatening involving a juvenile.

1:20 p.m.
Officers arrested a pair of ladies for shoplifting at Walmart.

1:35 p.m.
Officers responded to a domestic disturbance at Walnut Square Apartments, 1010 S. 16th St.

6:34 p.m.
Police arrested a Walmart shoplifter at the McDonald’s parking lot, where he had fled after stealing some meat.

6:40 p.m.
A North 16th Street woman requested that officers remove a pair of unwanted house guests who’d been residing with her the past three months. She also took the opportunity to relay that her neighbor had stolen her government-issued cell phone.

Clark County Sheriff’s Office

No new reports on file.

Arrests in Clark County

Wednesday, Nov. 30
Johnny Lamont Sorrells, 49, was arrested by Arkadelphia police for theft of property valued at less than $1,000.

Thursday, Dec. 1
Kristopher Jones, 26, was arrested for a warrant.

Lance Tate, 46, was arrested for a warrant and failure to appear.

Victor Yanez, 19, was arrested by Gurdon police for possession of a controlled substance, possession of an instrument of crime, no insurance and no driver’s license.

Teri Lee, 50, was arrested for failure to comply.

Friday, Dec. 2
William Gatlin, 42, was arrested by Arkadelphia police for public intoxication and disorderly conduct.

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