Police & Fire

Dispatch Desk: Friday, July 21

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, July 14
10:12 a.m.
Police answered a complaint from the manager of a local business in the 2700 block of West Pine Street about a former employee who continued to come in the business after she had been told not to. Police spoke with the former employee, who now works at a nearby business and told the person that she was banned from the business.

A sealed incident report involving a missing juvenile was filed on this date.

Saturday, July 15
A sealed felony report involving Breaking or Entering was filed on this date.

5:13 p.m.
A dispute over food resulted in the arrest of two individuals when police answered a domestic disturbance call at an apartment in the 600 block of South 6th Street. Police encountered a distraught 34-year-old black male who stated he just wanted to get his belongings out of an apartment after an argument-turned-physical about a meal that the female tenant had cooked. Police found that both of the people involved had upper body injuries consistent with a physical altercation and both were taken into custody, cited for third-degree domestic battery and taken to the Clark County Jail.

4:13 p.m.
Police interviewed a woman who lives on South 25th Street who reported that her son had been beaten up earlier at Feaster Park. Police observed that her son had several small lacerations around his left eye where he was supposedly hit with a walkie talkie. The second man involved was located by officers at the Baptist Hospital emergency room where he was being treated for a fractured finger. According to him the incident occurred when the first man, who he thought had been drinking, began aggressively taunting him as he tried to organize an event at the park. He told police he tried repeatedly to get away for the other man until the man insulted his wife at what time he punched him in the face. No citations were issued and both parties were informed about affidavit procedures.

10:51 p.m.
A domestic dispute at an apartment in the 1600 block of Welch Street resulted in the arrest of a 46-year-old white male who said his girlfriend’s bloody lip was the result of a kiss, not a punch. It was unclear if the argument was caused by a discussion about finances or his playing a video game. He denied hitting his girlfriend and said her lip injury occurred while they were kissing before the argument. The 31-year-old female’s claim that her boyfriend hit her was apparently more believable, and he was arrested for third-degree domestic battery and taken to the Clark County Jail.

Sunday, July 16
A felony investigation was initiated for Possession of Schedule VI narcotics with Purpose to Deliver.

Clark County Sheriff’s Office

Wednesday, July 12
2:53 p.m.
Deputies took a report from a man reporting his son’s truck being hit by an oncoming vehicle while the boy was driving in the area. The report states that the driver’s side of the truck was damaged when the mirror on the oncoming vehicle hit the truck. The boy is a juvenile and was not identified in the report.

2:58 p.m.
A woman visited the sheriff’s office to report that her ex-boyfriend was harassing her because she had not paid back $50 of a $150 loan from the former lover. The woman reported that her ex was threatening to make public some very personal pictures she had sent him if she did not pay up. At the time the report was taken the complainant said she had not chosen to repay the balance due the threat of blackmail. She was provided with warrant procedure information.

9:59 p.m.
A woman living on Center Ridge Road in Amity called the Sheriff’s office when she arrived home to find the door on her RV standing open. She told deputies that her brother, who lived next door, had been working in the area around 5 p.m. but had not noticed anything out of the ordinary. At some point he did notice that a window screen on his house had been tampered with. Both parties reported that all valuables in the RV and home were accounted for and nothing notable seemed to be missing. The report noted that the door on the RV was not damaged. Recommendations for increased security were suggested by the deputy and the department’s Criminal Investigation Division was informed of the incident.

Arrests in Clark County

Monday, July 10
Mindy Sexton-Teague, felony DWI charge

Tuesday, July 11
Khiry Hart, 32, continued detention, Battery 2nd Degree

Billy Ray Perry, failure to appear

Shawn Brown, held awaiting transport after sentencing to ADC

Jarrall Carpenter, 54, probation revocation

Wakanda Davidson, 66, disorderly conduct, criminal trespass

Wednesday, July 12
Aleyra Prince, 18, felony criminal trespass

Thursday, July 13
Camron Pacheco, 22, failure to appear

Phillip Falk, 41, financial identity fraud (2 counts), fraudulent use of a credit/debit card (2 counts)

Christopher Holliman, 24, parole violation

Friday, July 14
Tiffany Thacker, 25, public intoxication, endangering the welfare of a minor

Saturday, July 15
Charles Palmer, 58, DWI

Marcos Dominguez Perez, 31, DWI

Khadeidra Gilbert, 23, third-degree domestic battery

Christopher Jones, 34, third-degree domestic battery

Justin Lee, 46, third-degree domestic battery

Sunday, July 16
Jason McClane, 47, DWI

Vicki King, 67, held for another agency

Marvin Berry, 44, continued detention

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