White Hall Progress logo

Police Report 10-24-12

Oct. 12

— Two vehicles were damaged in a parking lot collision at White Hall High School at the conclusion of a football game, Patrolman Robert Rogers said.
Sara Ruggeri of 636 Noble Lake Road, Pine Bluff, was quoted as saying she had parked her 2008 Lexus outside Bulldog Stadium and found the vehicle had been struck by a second vehicle that had left the scene.
A witness provided police with a description and license plate number that was traced to David A. Mailloux Jr. of 7519 Airport Road, Hot Springs.
Sgt. Sandy Castleberry said Mailloux acknowledged he struck the Lexus with his 2003 Honda Civic as he was backing up, checked and didn’t see any damage, and then left the parking lot.
— Police invested a second hit and run parking lot accident at Moody Elementary School following the game, Patrolman Brian R. Hornsby wrote in a report.
Alishia Orrell of 706 England St., White Hall, was quoted as saying she had parked her 2006 Mitsubishi Lancer at the school and found the passenger side mirror missing and several scratches on her car upon returning.
Oct. 15
— Patrolman Celena Harbison investigated a parking lot collision involving a car and a pickup truck in the 7100 block of Sheridan Road in Woodlands Plaza.
The officer said a 1999 Ford Crown Victoria driven by Gloria Webb of 6425 Hosman, Pine Bluff, collided with a 2012 Chevrolet Silverado pickup driven by Teresa Ann Camp of 114 Carolina Drive, Pine Bluff, as both vehicles were backing out of parking spaces.
— Starr Perez of 304 Maddox St. told Patrolman Brian Hornsby a bicycle owned by one of her children was stolen from the porch of the family residence between 7:30 a.m. and 4 p.m.
Oct. 18
— A White Hall man was arrested here by officers of the Pine Bluff Police Department’s Vice and Narcotics Unit and the Tri-County Drug Task Force after police seized a quantity of methamphetamine and drug paraphernalia while serving a search warrant at a house at 801 W. Holland Ave.
Billy Brown, 49, admitted the drugs were his in an interview, Detective Richard McCorvy stated in a probable cause affidavit. McCorvy said the search resulted in the seizure of three plastic bags containing a crystal-like substance believed to be methamphetamine and digital scales.
Investigators also located a dirt bike that had been reported stolen at White Hall during the search, the arrest report indicated.
District Court Judge Kim Bridgforth set a $15,000 bond for Brown after ruling prosecutors had probable cause to charge him with possession of a controlled substance with purpose to deliver and possession of drug paraphernalia. Brown was ordered to return to court Nov. 30.
— Lloyd F. Hurst of 509 Kelly St., White Hall, told Patrolman Brian R. Hornsby a buck deer ran into the path of his northbound 1999 Chevrolet Malibu on Robin Road, adding the animal ran off after being struck by the car.
Oct. 19
— A northbound 2001 Jeep driven by Kimberly D. Allred of 505 N. Bryant St., Pine Bluff, overturned after the driver lost control while turning onto Interstate 530 from U.S. 65-B, Police Chief Richard D. Wingard said.
The driver was quoted as saying she lost control while looking for an object in her purse and the vehicle left the roadway and began to roll.
— Patrick Bass, 21, of 5403 W. Short 4th Ave., Pine Bluff, and Danyelle Brown, 21, of 1305 W. 18th Ave., Pine Bluff, were charged with possession of marijuana following a traffic stop on Dollarway Road by Patrolman Robert Rogers.
The officer said he seized a quantity of marijuana and a partially smoked marijuana from the vehicle before Bass, the driver of the car, and Brown were taken to the W.C. “Dub” Brassell Adult Detention Center in Pine Bluff.
Fire log
Oct. 15
An alarm company indicated a fire at the Susan Kablubar residence, 923 Parkway, at 4:34 p.m. The alarm was cancelled as the first fireman arrived at the fire station.