Police & Fire

Dispatch Desk: Friday, April 7

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, April 6
Police opened an investigation of a residential burglary.

Police worked a case of terroristic threatening involving a juvenile.

Wednesday, April 5
4:35 p.m.
A Cherry Street woman reported someone scratched her car and dented the bumper.

Tuesday, April 4
Police worked a domestic battery case involving a juvenile.

Police opened an investigation of a motor vehicle theft.

Police worked a case of possession involving a juvenile. The report does not indicate whether the possession was alcohol or drugs.

Monday, April 3
10:45 a.m.
The manager of Fastenal, 1205 N. 10th St., showed an officer surveillance footage from the pre-dawn hours of April 1 showing an apparently intoxicated female pulling on and kicking at the door of the business and company vehicles parked outside. After 40 minutes of this the woman got into what was believed to be her own vehicle, where she remained for two hours before someone else picked her up.

1:43 p.m.
Officers responded to Powder Mill Apartments, 2801 Twin Rivers Dr., for a disturbance between a female resident and a male who had been living there the past two months. The resident, reportedly afraid of the man, was told he couldn’t be removed without legal eviction since she had allowed him to establish residency there. She gathered some belongings and left for the evening.

5:55 p.m.
A South 21st Street man reported being harassed by an ex-girlfriend since their breakup six months prior. Officers instructed the female to stay away from the complainant and advised him of procedures to obtain a no-contact order.

9 p.m.
Jose J. Gonzalez, 38, of Nashville, was arrested at the Henderson State University fountain for DWI and reckless driving. The arresting officer initiated a traffic stop after clocking Gonzalez at 83 mph in a 35 mph zone near North 10th Street’s intersection with Elrod Boulevard.

Clark County Sheriff’s Office

Monday, April 3
9:41 p.m.
A deputy investigated a complaint of night hunting on Nunn Drive. It was learned that the complainant’s neighbor had shot a snake from his front porch, using a .22 caliber firearm aimed in the direction of the complainant’s home about 200 yards away. The complainant had heard what sounded like a ricochet after hearing the shots. The snake killer was advised not to shoot toward the neighbor’s residence.

Arrests in Clark County

Monday, April 3
Tyler Ray Collins, 31, was arrested for failure to comply with probation/parole.

Darryl Harris, 54, was arrested for DWI and failure to maintain control of a vehicle.

Tuesday, April 4
Robert Block, 36, was arrested by Arkadelphia police for third-degree domestic battery.

Shane Babineaux, 52, was arrested for bond revocation.

Austin Steelman, 29, was arrested by Caddo Valley police and held for continued detention.

Joseph Harper, 39, was arrested for failure to comply with probation.

Richard Oniel Trojel, 52, was arrested for a parole violation.

Tequila Scott, 31, was arrested by Arkadelphia police for failure to register, driving without a license and probation revocation.

Kenneth Best, 32, was arrested by Arkadelphia police for failure to appear and theft of property.

Wednesday, April 5
Tanner Malone, 24, was arrested by Caddo Valley police for possession of a controlled substance and theft of property.

Cameron Douglas Leamons, 30, was arrested for first-degree terroristic threatening and violation of a protection order.

Keon Deandre Lewis, 27, was held for continued detention.

Thursday, April 6
Orlando Muldrew, 36, was arrested for a parole hold.

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