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, June 23
A man walking his dog at the 1500 block of Evans Street reported another canine attacked his. He took his dog to a veterinarian for treatment. Police called the attack dog’s owner who advised her dog was up to date on all its shots.
Police opened a case of forgery at the 100 block of North 10th Street.
A Gurdon man reported losing his wallet at Walmart.
A woman reported sexual harassment at her place of employment.
Officers responded to a second-degree battery at the 1000 block of Main Street.
A manager at Regions Bank, 506 Main St., reported an unruly customer. Staff had asked her to leave the premises, and she complied.
A hit-and-run parking lot accident was reported at Perritt Primary School.
Joseph Robert Lopez, 39, of Malvern, was cited at Walmart for shoplifting $139 worth of clothing.
Thursday, June 22
An officer assisted the Caddo Valley Police Department in the pursuit of a stolen vehicle on Interstate 30 that ended in Hot Spring County.
Police responded to a report of breaking or entering to a vehicle at Third Street and Hemphill Road.
A Lark Place woman reported a porch pirate stole her mail package containing a homemade quilt.
George E. Dixon, 59, of Arkadelphia, was arrested at 10th and Caddo streets for DWI.
Wednesday, June 21
Colton Jeffrey Pipkin, 29, was arrested at his Clay Street residence for possession of a controlled substance and public intoxication following a report that he made verbal threats to someone in the home.
Tuesday, June 20
Officers responded to a report of an accident at 17th and Logan streets. An officer discovered the vehicle believed to be involved at a nearby church parking lot and arrested four people for various misdemeanor charges: Constantean Nyjerra Brim, 24; Graydon Alan Grant, 32; Aliyah Danielle McClure, 24; and Divinne Nyree McNor, 24.
An officer responded to the Baptist Health Medical Center emergency room, where a man was being treated for a dog bite following an attack at North 26th Street and Country Club Road. Animal control was contacted and asked to locate the two dogs who attacked the man.
A woman phoned police to report a car accident that happened the previous day.
Officers worked a case of aggravated assault on a family member involving a juvenile.
Monday, June 19
A Hattiesburg, Mississippi, man reported losing his government-issued laptop computer, possibly at Splash Car Wash. He was in town to trade in his vehicle, and the last he remembered he set the laptop on the top of his vehicle.
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