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On July 11 at 5:26 p.m., a two-vehicle accident was reported on Arkansas Highway 365/Dollarway Road at its intersection with Colonial Park Drive.

Amy Jo Ray of White Hall said she had been traveling north on Arkansas Highway 365 and had stopped for traffic at the intersection with Colonial Park Drive. She said while stopped in the outside lane, her vehicle was struck in the rear bumper, causing damage to the bottom rear bumper.

Damage to the 2014 Kia driven by Ray was estimated at $800.

The driver of the other vehicle, Charles Donald Chambliss of White Hall, said he was stopped in traffic behind the other vehicle. He said he failed to stop before a tow hook located below the front bumper hit the rear bumper of the other vehicle.

There was no reported damage to the 2004 Nissan he was driving.

There were no citations issued.

On July 12, Paul Pierce at 602 Turner Street reported that someone had hit his gas meter with a vehicle the previous night. He said he found a note on his door saying the gas had been shut off because the meter had been damaged and could not be fixed. An attempt to locate the residents at the house next door for information was unsuccessful.

On July 13, Officer Robert Rogers was notified that an Arkansas State Trooper had Terrance Myles, 36, in custody on a warrant from White Hall City Court for failure to comply with a bond of $1,975 cash. The warrant was faxed to the adult detention center where Myles was taken.

On July 13, Officer Brian Todd was notified that an Arkansas State Trooper had Courtney L. Johnson, 29, in custody on a warrant from White Hall City Court for failure to appear with a bond of $1,005. The warrant was faxed to the adult detention center where Johnson was taken.

On July 13 at 11:24 p.m., Officer Chris Drye was sent to 7745 Sheridan Road in reference to a person lying on the roadway.

When he arrived, Drye reported talking to Travis Clark, who said he and his wife, Caitlin Pierce, had gotten into an argument over a flat tire and she would not get back in the vehicle.

Drye reported that he drove Pierce home and while enroute, Pierce said Clark had thrown her on the ground several times and was squeezing her arm trying to get her back into the vehicle. Pierce had visible injuries to both her left and right elbows, grab marks on her left upper arm and scratches on both arms.

Clark was arrested on a charge of misdemeanor domestic battery and taken to the adult detention center.

On July 17 at 1:26 p.m., a one-vehicle accident was reported on Gamble Road west of the bridge.

Laura B. Pierce of White Hall said she was traveling west on Gamble Road when she fell asleep. Her vehicle left the roadway at Thornwood, a private drive located on the north side of Gamble Road, and came to rest just east of the driveway at 1117 Gamble Road. There was damage to the front bumper and passenger front wheel of the 2008 BMW she was driving.

There were no citations issued.

On July 17 at 5:15 p.m., a two-vehicle accident was reported on U.S. 270/Sheridan Road at its intersection with Frye Lane.

Erika Castillo-Chino of Hermitage said she was stopped in traffic on Sheridan Road because traffic was backed up from the traffic light at Sheridan Road and Robin Road. She said another vehicle struck her vehicle in the rear and she was examined at the scene by an ambulance crew after complaining of pain to her back.

Damage to the 2001 Ford driven by Castillo-Chino was estimated at $1,000.

The driver of the other vehicle, Jessica Dawn McAfee of Sheriff said she was driving westbound on U.S. 270 and did not notice that traffic had stopped in front of her. She said she was unable to stop in time to avoid colliding with the vehicle in front of her.

Damage to the 2004 Toyota she was driving was estimated at $500.

McAfee was issued a citation for no proof of liability insurance.