On Aug. 5 at 5:35 p.m., an accident was reported on the parking lot of Cranford’s Fresh World at 8503 Dollarway Road.
Constance Smith of Pine Bluff said she had driven to the store, parked and went inside. When she came out, she said she saw a white female putting some papers under the windshield wiper of her vehicle. She said she talked to the female and was told that a white truck had hit the front of her car. The female wrote down the license number and gave it to Smith.
Smith’s 2009 Chevrolet received damage to the hood.
On Aug. 11, Randy Everett of White Hall contacted White Hall Police and said he was at Cranford’s and saw his wife coming out the door. He said he backed up to pick her up and said he had no idea he had struck another vehicle in the parking lot.
There was no damage reported to the 2013 Chevrolet Everett was driving.
On Aug. 6, Sgt. Mark Bradley was notified that an Arkansas State Trooper had Billy Flannigon, 19, of Redfield in custody on a warrant from White Hall City Court for failure to comply with a bond of $1,895. Flannigon was taken to the adult detention center and was given a new court date of Aug. 13.
On Aug. 10., a two-vehicle accident was reported on U.S. 270/Sheridan Road at its intersection with Hospitality Drive.
Christina Robinson of Sheridan said she was northbound on Hospitality Drive attempting to cross U.S. 270 at the green light onto Robin Road when another vehicle ran the red light and drove into her path..
Damage to the 2001 Chrysler driven by Robinson was estimated at $2,000.
The driver of the other vehicle, Dustin Nix of White Hall said he was westbound on U.S. 270 at the intersection of Hospitality Drive and said he thought the light was green but collided with the other vehicle.
Damage to the 2010 Nissan driven by Nix was estimated at $1,500.
Nix was issued a citation for running a red light.
On Aug. 10 at 2:30 p.m.Tiffany Ingram of Sheridan said she was northbound in the 74oo block of Dollarway Road when a coyote ran into the roadway and she was unable to stop before hitting the animal.
Damage to the 2010 Nissan she was driving was estimated at $1,000.
On Aug. 11 at 1:16 P.M., an accident was reported on the parking lot of Simmons First National Bank at 8107 Dollarway Road.
Stacey M. Ellis of Pine Bluff said she was backing out of her parking place and was pulling out of the parking lot when another vehicle began backing out of a parking space. She said she sounded her horn and tried to back out of the way but could not back up quick enough and was struck by the other vehicle.
There was moderate paint and body damage reported on the 2004 Honda she was driving.
The driver of the other vehicle, Brenda Trammell of White Hall said she was backing out of a parking space and did not see the other vehicle behind her or hear a horn.
A small cut and paint damage was reported to the 2008 Chevrolet she was driving.
On Aug. 11 at 5:18 p.m., a two-vehicle accident was reported on Interstate 530 at its intersection with U.S. 270.
Christopher Turner of Carbondale, Ill., said he was stopped at the yield sign at the intersection at the bottom of the off ramp when anther vehicle struck the rear of the 1988 Volvo he was driving, resulting in damage to the driver’s side tail light lens estimated at $150.
The driver of the other vehicle, Madeline M. Craig-Hughes of White Hall said she was stopped at the bottom of the off ramp when the driver of the other vehicle motioned for her to stop at 8110 Sheridan Road. She said the driver of the other vehicle told her she had hit his vehicle and she said she did not hit the other vehicle at any point.
There was no damage reported to the 2014 Lexus she was driving.
There were no citations issued.
On Aug. 11, an accident was reported on the parking lot at 82oo Sheridna Road.
Kaitlyn Hulse of White Hall said she was pulling out of a parking space and did not see the other vehicle before backing into it.
There was no damage reported to the 2005 Pontaic she was driving.
The driver of the other vehicle, Karla Dozier-Rice of Pine Bluff said she was pulling into the commuter parking lot when the other vehicle backed out of a parking space and struck the rear driver’s side door of the 2012 Chevrolet she was driving.
On Aug. 12 at about 5:28 p.m., Sgt. Sandy Castleberry and Sgt. Mark Bradley were sent to 300 Garden Oaks in reference to a disturbance.
When they arrived, they learned that Ricky Wright, 37, was inside the residence and they reported hearing the sound of items being thrown around and broken inside the residence.
Castleberry reported that he and Bradley were able to talk to Wright through the door for several minutes before Wright came out of the residence and said he wanted psychiatric help and he agreed to be transported to Jefferson Regional Medical Center.
Wright was placed in an ambulance and according to the report from Castleberry, became irate and removed his restraints and got out of the ambulance by pushing a paramedic out of the way. Castleberry and Bradley placed Wright back on the stretcher and handcuffed him to the stretcher and Castleberry decided to follow the ambulance to the hospital.
According to the report, the ambulance pulled over on the U.S. 270/Interstate 530 southbound on ramp an the ambulance crew reported that Wright had become irate and gotten out of his restraints. Castleberry said he got in the ambulance and tried to calm Wright down and warned Wright that he was use a Taser stun gun if Wright did not calm down.
Castleberry said in the report that Wright refused to calm down and Castleberry used his department-issued Taser into the right torso of Wright, who then calmed down and Castleberry rode the rest of the way to the hospital inside the ambulance.
On Aug. 12 at 12:10 p.m., a two-vehicle accident was reported on U.S. 270/Sheridan Road west of Robin Road.
Tiffany Petty of White Hall said she had just left the Subway parking lot and was westbound on U.S. 270 when another vehicle exited the parking lot of McDonald’s and sturck her vehicle.
Damage to the 2014 Honda driven by Petty was estimated at $2,000.
The driver of the other vehicle, Donald Faust of Pine Bluff said he was attempting to leave the parking lot of McDonald’s into heavy traffic and he did not see the other vehicle which had just left Subway.
Damage to the 2011 Chevrolet driven by Faust was estimated at $1,200.
There were no citations issued.