■ A car and a pickup truck collided in the 1000 block of Robin Road, Patrolman Tommy Kelly said, when the pickup made a left turn into the path of the car.
Kevin M. Moore of 10608 Sulphur Springs Road, Pine Bluff, driver of the northbound truck, was quoted as saying he was northbound on Robin and turned left into a drive at 1006 Robin, and drove into the path of a southbound 2002 Saturn driven by Teah M. Streeter of 603 Winchester, White Hall.
Kelly estimated the two vehicles sustained $4,000 in damage, noting that the four occupants escaped injury.
■ An SUV and pickup truck collided on Holland Drive at its intersection with Bulldog Drive, according to an accident report filed by Patrolman Mike Monk.
The officer quoted Rayford Glen Frazier of 6205 U.S. 79 South, Pine Bluff, as saying he was eastbound in a 2005 GMC pickup when a 2002 GMC Envoy turned west from Bulldog and drove into the path of the truck.
Monk estimated the damage to the two vehicles at $5,000.
A deer ran into the side of a White Hall police car on Hoadley Road, east of Interstate 530, Sgt. Sandy Castleberry said.
The investigating officer said Patrolman Brian Todd was eastbound in a 2010 Chevrolet Impala patrol car when the deer ran into the left side of the vehicle shortly after 6:30 p.m.
Barbara Ann Woods, 49, of 2906 Hardin Reed Road, Pine Bluff, was booked into the W.C. “Dub” Brassell Adult Detention Center in Pine Bluff following her arrest for public intoxication.
Patrolman Brent Bridges wrote in his arrest report that he observed Woods walking across the parking lot of a convenience store in the 8000 block of Sheridan Road, adding that she was staggering, falling down and cursing loudly.
A customer obtained $150 from a cashier on duty at the Big Red Travel Plaza, 8110 Sheridan Road, in a scam involving exchanging different domination bills for change after making a small purchase, Patrolman Brent Bridges quoted the clerk as saying.
■ A 42-year-old White Hall woman told Patrolman Tommy Kelly her ex-boyfriend had been harassing her and violating the terms of a protection order. The complaint was lodged at a business where both the woman and man work.
Kelly said a check by Assistant Police Chief Paul Brown the following indicated no protection order had been served on the man.
■ Ramie Sue Lay of 1300 Stowe Road, Pine Bluff, was quoted by Sgt. Sandy Castleberry as saying she lost control of her 1994 Dodge Spirit on Robin Road north of Shephard Drive following a mechanical failure.
The southbound car left the pavement and struck a culvert, then traveled in the roadside ditch, striking a utility pole and mailbox, the investigating officer wrote in his report.
Firefighters responded shortly after 12:45 p.m. to extinguish a fire in the woods behind the Beth Turchi home, 1401 Goodman Ave. Sparks or embers from burning leaves in the back yard of the residence ignited the fire in the wood, according to the alarm report.
No structures were damaged by the fire.