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Police Reports

June 30 at 2:02 p.m., Samantha Carroll of White Hall reported that she was southbound on Arkansas Highway 365 at its intersection with Dogwood Street when a small doe ran from the east side of the path of Carroll’s vehicle. She said she did not see the deer until it was in front of her.

Carroll struck the deer and the deer came through the windshield on the passenger side of the 1994 Chevrolet Suburban she was driving, resulting in an estimated $2,500 damage. The report said Carroll received minor injuries from the broken glass.

On July 2, Kerry Rowell, the owner of Especially For You at 8407 Dollarway Road, contacted police to report that she saw what she believed was a marijuana plant growing in a large pile of dirt on the east side of her business. Rowell said she had her lawn service pull the plant up and Officer Robert Rogers took possession of the plant and turned it in to the White Hall Police Department Evidence Custodian to be destroyed. Rowell said she did not know how the plant came to grow in the dirt pile.

On June 3 at about 8 p.m., a White Hall fireman contacted police to report a disturbance outside a set of duplexes on Rhine Street and said a male was beating a female.

Sgt. Mark Bradley said in a report that when he arrived, he made contact with Jasus Robinson, who Bradley described as agitated. A female came out of the house and said Robinson beat her while she was holding their 2-month-old son.

The report said the woman’s left wrist was swollen and she had a scratch on her left elbow. She also complained of pain in her back below her neck.

The witness said he saw the male dragging the female in the yard and hitting the female in the head and face.

Robinson was arrested and charged with third-degree domestic battery, a misdemeanor.

On July 6 at 10:10 a.m., an accident was reported on the parking lot of the U.S. Highway 270 Flea Market at 8110 Sheridan Road.

William Ray of El Dorado said he had parked his Harley Davidson motorcycle on the parking lot of the flea market and walked around and when he returned, saw the motorcycle laying on its right side.

Officer Robert Rogers said in a report that he observed scuff marks on the left side of the motorcycle where it had been struck by a vehicle and scratches and dents on the right side of the motorcycle which appeared to have been caused when it hit the ground.

Rogers said it appeared the suspect vehicle had left the scene.