Police & Fire

Dispatch Desk: Monday, May 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

Monday, May 1
12:14 a.m.
Macy Marie Curry, 48, was cited at Elliston Place Apartments, 222 N. 20th St., for communicating a false alarm. Curry phoned 911 to report a relative wouldn’t leave the apartment, but the relative is the lease holder and could not be evicted. Curry had called police three times in recent hours.

Officers took an “information only” report involving a juvenile.

Officers worked a case of disorderly conduct involving a juvenile.

Sunday, April 30
3:26 a.m.
Jeremy Gibron Roberson, 37, and Karlus Wilson, 53, were arrested at Elliston Place Apartments following a report from a deputy who lives there that the two were fighting. Roberson was charged with third-degree battery, public intoxication and disorderly conduct, and Wilson was charged with obstructing governmental operations and disorderly conduct.

9:36 a.m.
Officers were summoned to the Clark County Detention Center to speak with one of the aforementioned suspects who said the other had attempted to rob him of a restaurant bank deposit bag containing in excess of $1,000. He said the other had asked for a ride on Logan Street and pulled a gun on him when he arrived, but he was able to take both the gun and the deposit bag and toss them over a fence, but his robber would overtake the vehicle and drive a couple of blocks to Elliston Place where a physical altercation between the two ensued. Police would later locate both the money and a pellet pistol and return the money to the restaurant’s owner.

Saturday, April 29
Officers investigated a report of a runaway juvenile.

10:19 a.m.
Ray Barnett Willis, 67, was arrested at Brookshire’s for theft of property. Accused of two recent shoplifting incidents at the grocery store, an employee stopped Willis as he was exiting the store and asked if he was concealing anything. Willis produced a package of pork ribs, and the authorities were notified. He was released after being booked into the jail.

2:05 p.m.
A Cutler Terrace Apartments woman reported the theft of her keys and a jewelry box from her residence.

5:21 p.m.
A Robin Lane woman reported damage to her parked vehicle.

10:23 p.m.
Officers were summoned again to Robin Lane for another report of vehicle vandalism. The damage was consistent with that of the first complainant’s report.

Friday, April 28
6:01 p.m.
A Nashville woman reported a relative sold her vehicle for scrap at L&W Recycling on Walnut Street without her consent. Police were unable to locate the vehicle but did find its license plate attached to another vehicle outside a Logan Street residence while talking to one of the parties suspected of the theft. The case was turned over to a criminal investigator.

Clark County Sheriff’s Office

No new reports on file.

Arrests in Clark County

Friday, April 28
Michael Chance Hill, 31, was arrested by Hot Springs police for theft of a vehicle.

Cassandra Gail Diehl, 28, was arrested by Hot Springs police for theft of a vehicle and failure to appear.

Kevin Lamar Hearn, 37, was arrested by Caddo Valley police for violating a no-contact order and first-degree assault.

Sunday, April 30
Jesse McDaniel, 39, was arrested by Caddo Valley police for public intoxication.

Stacy Brimer, 49, was arrested by Caddo Valley police for DWI, driving with a suspended license, refusal to submit and speeding.

Monday, May 1
Dazjoun Osborne, 27, was arrested by Arkadelphia police for disorderly conduct and third-degree domestic battery.

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