Sheriff's Office


Published Sunday, December 07, 2003

The Faulkner County Sheriff's Office and Detention Center recently responded to the following incidents:

Accident

A two-vehicle accident at 3:13 p.m. Friday at state Highways 107 and 310 resulted in damage to the front wall of the Enola Community Center.

According to the Sheriff's Department report, Patrick Jarred Moore of Jacksonville was northbound on Highway 107 in a 1986 Chevrolet Silverado when he was struck by a 1989 Chevrolet S-10 pickup driven by William Robert Ford who said his brakes failed as he approached the stop sign at the intersection eastbound on Highway 310.

Both drivers were checked by NorthStar EMS but refused transport. Both vehicles were towed. Estimate of damages was $6,000 to the Silverado, $4,500 to the Chevrolet pickup.

Ford was cited for no proof of liability insurance, failure to pay registration fee, no seat belt and failure to maintain control of the vehicle.

Arrests

Robert James Calhoun Jr., 20, of Little Rock, was arrested Thursday at the University of Central Arkansas on a felony warrant for first-degree forgery. Calhoun admitted to knowingly passing a fake $20 bill, according to the arrest report.

Eric Doyle Gillham, 34, of Pine Bluff, was arrested Friday, Nov. 28, in Mayflower for suspicion of DWI.

William T. Lindsey, 32, of Greenbrier was arrested Friday, Nov. 28, at Highway 286 and Daugherty Road for suspicion of DWI.

Theft

Robert Samples of Bob's Plumbing reported that additional items were stolen from his vehicle parked at his Gorman Road business to supplement the report from an incident that occurred between 9 a.m. Nov. 8 and 2 p.m. Nov. 9. Additional items missing were a right-angle drill, a saw, a hammer drill, a circular saw, three ladders, threading equipment, hand tools, copper pipe, PVC pipe, a transit, an auger and a cordless drill. The value was $6,415.

Keri A. Armstrong of Mayflower stated that between 6:30 a.m. Nov. 26 and Sunday the Norans Road residence was entered and property was stolen. Missing were old coins, state quarters and deodorant. The value was $1,013.



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