Police Reports: 7/5

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7/10
On July 10 at 8:30 a.m., a Greenwood officer was dispatched to Walmart in reference to a shop lifter. After arriving on scene, the officer spoke with an asset protection associate, who stated that the suspect, Rochelle White, had skipped scanning merchandise at the register and then proceeded to exit the door without paying. There were several items that the suspect failed to scan totaling $47.19. White, of Huntington, was placed under arrest and banned from the property. She was transported to the SCADC without incident.

7/10
On July 10 at approximately 12:15 p.m. a Greenwood officer was on patrol on AR Highway 10 when he ran a tag on a vehicle that turned into the Westwood Apartments. The registered owner, Sommer Long of Hackett, had a possible warrant. The officer made contact with the three individuals at the apartment complex and asked for their identification. The officer ran Sommer Long through dispatch and was advised that she had a confirmed warrant out of Fort Smith for contempt-failure to pay. Dispatch also advised that a passenger, Brian Long of Magazine, had a warrant out of Minnesota for burglary, but was outside extradition. The driver of the vehicle had a suspended license, but no warrants. The officer was given permission to search the vehicle. During that search, the officer located a black bag in the backseat and a glass pipe. Brian Long stated that it was his. The officer placed both Brian Long and Sommer Long under arrest and transported them to the SCADC without incident.

7/12
On July 12 at approximately 8:40 p.m., a Greenwood officer was running vehicle license plates just west of West Denver Street on State Highway 10 Spur. He ran the tag of a white Ford van traveling east, and the license plate came back stolen from Fort Smith. The officer initiated a traffic stop, and made contact with the driver, Justin Williams of Greenwood. After advising Williams of the reason for the stop, Williams stated that he had purchased the vehicle approximately one month ago. The officer asked for a bill of sale but Williams was unable to provide one. Dispatch also confirmed that Williams had a confirmed warrant out of Greenwood for failure to appear. Williams was placed under arrest for theft by receiving and on the outstanding warrant. He was then transported to the SCADC, where two other warrants were found, one was failure to pay fine $645.00
L/S, and the other was failure to comply with court order seven days jail time.

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Tammy Teague

Tammy Teague

Education: 1995 MHS graduate; 1999 Arkansas Tech University Graduate - BA in Journalism. Career: Managing Editor - The Citizen; Copy Writer - Southwest Times Record; Editor - Resident Press. 20+ years experience in the news.

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