On March 1 at approximately 11:30 am., Officer Brian Hornsby was notified that North Little Rock Police had Robert Moody in custody on a warrant from White Hall City Court for failure to appear with a bond of $1,570. Officer Steven Moreau met a North Little Rock officer at the Dixon Road exit and transported Moody back to the adult detention center. The warrant was cleared from the Arkansas Crime Information Center database.
On March 1 at approximately 9:40 p.m., Officer Chris Drye was notified that the Arkansas State Police had Jasmine Robertson in custody on a warrant from White Hall City Court with a bond of $1,615. The warrant was faxed to the adult detention center and served on Robertson.
On March 2, Officer Robert Rogers was sent to 504-A East Street in response to a reported disturbance involving a white male later identified as Joshua Chambliss.
Residents at 504 West Street told Rogers they were in their backyard when a man threatened them with what they believed was a gun.
Rogers sad he went to 504-A West Street and made contact with Chambliss who became belligerent when he was asked to come outside, and began using racial slurs and profanity.
According to the report, Chambliss was extremely intoxicated and when he would not stop his volatile behavior; he was arrested for public intoxication.
Rogers also reported that approximately 30 minutes earlier, he and Officer Celena Harbison had been sent to the same address where Chambliss was reportedly beating on the door and screaming because is wife had taken his vehicle keys. The report said a lap top computer had been thrown into the yard and several other items were knocked over.
On March 3 at 5:45 a.m., a two-vehicle accident was reported on Arkansas Highway 365/Dollarway Road at its intersection with White Hall Road.
Lee Henderson of Pine Bluff said he was stopped in traffic at the light when his vehicle was hit in the driver’s side rear door. Damage to the 2010 Jeep driven by Henderson was estimated at $1,000.
The driver of the other vehicle, Trecia R. Prather of White Hall said she was southbound on Arkansas Highway 365. She said she began to slow down to make a right turn onto White Hall Road when her vehicle began sliding and she struck the other vehicle in the driver’s side rear passenger door.
Damage to the 2007 Ford Prather was driving was estimated at $1,000.
There were no citations issued.
On March 6 at 12:54 p.m., a two-vehicle accident was reported on Arkansas Highway 365/Dollarway Road north of White Hall Road.
Crystal Brock of North Little Rock said she was in the inside north bound lane on Arkansas Highway 365 and had just gone through the White Hall Road intersection. She said she began to change lanes to the outside lane to make a turn and did not see the other vehicle near the front axle of her vehicle and struck the other vehicle when she changed lanes.
There was no damage to the 2014 Freightliner tractor driven by Brock.
The driver of the other vehicle, Veronica Hunter of Pine Bluff said she was northbound on Arkansas Highway 365 in the outside lane and had just passed White Hall Road when the other vehicle began coming into her lane and she felt a bump and her vehicle began to vibrate when it was struck.
Damage to the 2012 Ford driven by Hunter was estimated at $1,100.
Assistant Chief Paul Brown said in the report that due to the design of the doors on Brock’s vehicle, she would not have been able to see the other vehicle when the accident occurred. Brown said the tractor was not equipped with a wide angle fender mirror.
There were no citation.