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Police Reports

On Oct. 31 at 4:10 p.m., a gas drive-off was reported at Big Jim’s at 8006 Dollarway Road. According to the report, the driver of a new model Nissan Pathfinder pumped $63.82 worth of gas and left the business without paying.

On Nov. 1 at 2:25 p.m., a two-vehicle accident was reported on White Hall Ave., 200 feet west of Arkansas 365/Dollarway Road.

Larry M. Ogles of White Hall said he was stopped westbound at 100 White Hall Ave., waiting to turn into his driveway when the 2013 Dodge pickup he was driving was struck in the rear by another vehicle.

Damage to the vehicle driven by Ogle was estimated at $500.

The driver of the other vehicle, Jeffrey R. Vardaman of White Hall said he was westbound on White Hall Ave., and was briefly distracted by something that moved inside the cab of his truck. He said when he looked back at the road, he saw the other vehicle but was unable to avoid the collision.

Damage to the 2007 Chevrolet pickup driven by Vardaman was estimed at $500.

There were no citations issued.

On Nov. 3 ., Derrick Sylve reported that he had parked a tractor-trailer belonging to Southern Refrigerated Transportation of Alsip, Ill., on the parking lot of the Big Red Travel Plaza at 8110 Sheridan Road for several hours and when he returned to the vehicle, found damage to the passenger side quarter panel and front headlight assembly.

The vehicle which allegedly struck the tractor-trailer was unknown.

On Nov. 3, an accident was reported on a parking lot at 8112 Sheridan Road. Bobby Phillips told police she had parked her 2003 Dodge pickup on the parking lot and when she returned to the vehicle noticed that another vehicle had struck the right side of her vehicle. Damage to the vehicle driven by Phillips was estimated at $1,000.

The vehicle which allegedly struck Phillips’ vehicle was unknown.

n Nov. 6, Officer Tommy Kelly was notified that an Arkansas State Trooper had Jarvis Mills in custody on a warrant White Hall City Court for failure to comply with a cash bond of $290. A copy of the warrant was faxed to the adult detention center and the warrant was deleted from the Arkansas Crime Information Center database.

On Nov. 7, Officer Tommy Kelly reported that Patrick Hadley of White Hall was at the White Hall City Hall. Hadley had an active warrant from White Hall City Court for failure to appear on traffic tickets. Kelly served the warrant on Hadley who was released on a promise to appear and given a new court date.