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— Incidents reported this week to the Pea Ridge Police Department include: Four warrants served:

• 11/2 Johnny Nichols Jr., 39, Rogers, failure to appear;

• 11/3 Noe Juarez-Carranza, 19, of Rogers, contempt failure to pay fines and costs;

• 11/4 Sharla Billips, 39, Fayetteville, contempt failure to pay fines and costs; and

• 11/5 Jason Fields, 39, Gateway, failure to appear. Other incidents include:

Monday, Nov. 2

7:15 a.m. Possible vandalism to tire on vehicle at residence on Weston Loop. 9:35 p.m.. As a result of a traffic stop on South Curtis Avenue, arrested Jeffrey LeCompte, 26, of Rogers, and Sherry LeCompte, 49, Rogers, each on warrants from Rogers Police Department.

11:20 p.m. Report from a 20-yearold white female about a possible sexual assault while at a residence on Wade Lane. Incident is under investigation.

2:30 p.m. A two-vehicle parking lot accident behind City Hall involving Fred McKinney of Pea Ridge and a city vehicle driven by Adam Pratt, Pea Ridge.

Wednesday, Nov. 4

8:30 a.m. Parking lot accident at a residence on Henry Little Circle involving a city vehicle driven by Larry Majors, Pea Ridge, who backed into a parked vehicle owned by Larry Majors.

9:30 p.m. As a result of checking a vehicle parked in a vacant subdivision (Creekside Estates), arrested Kyle Bodnar, 24, Rogers, on an outstanding warrant from Farmington.

Thursday, Nov. 5

9:30 p.m. A report of possible sexual abuse against a child. Police were contacted as a result of an investigation from Arkansas State Police Crimes Against Children Division. Police learned the residence was outside the city limits and turned the investigation over to the Benton County Sheriffs Office.

Saturday, Nov. 7

4:30 p.m. A resident from Charles Street reported harassment from exhusband.

9:52 p.m. As a result of a traffic stop on It’ll Do Road, arrested Justin Davidson, 19, of Fort Smith, for speeding and possession of drug paraphernalia.

10:25 p.m. As the result of a disturbance at a residence on Conrad Street, cited Bradley Clark, 19, of Washburn Mo., for disorderly conduct, and Scott Baker, 25, Pea Ridge, disorderly conduct.

Sunday, Nov. 8

2:18 a.m. As a result of a traffic stop on North Curtis Avenue, cited the 17-year-old male driver for no driver’s license, a 14-year-old male passenger for curfew violation, a 16-year-old male with curfew violation and two counts of unauthorized use of a motor vehicle and another 14-year-old male passenger with four counts of unauthorized use of a motor vehicle and two counts of unlawful use of a credit card.

6:32 p.m. A vehicle ran into the front of the Dollar General Store.The vehicle was driven by a 14-year-old male, who had a learner’s permit.

11:42 p.m. A motor-vehicle accident involving a car and a cow. A vehicle driven by Cristina Trotter of Washburn, Mo., struck a cow which was on the road. AVOCA FIRE DEPARTMENT

Incidents reported to the Avoca Volunteer Fire Department this week include:

Sunday, Nov. 1

1:17 p.m. Motor-vehicle accident, assist VAS, U.S. Hwy 62 at Brightwater. 2:25 p.m. Motor-vehicle accident, assist VAS, Woodslodge Road.

Monday, Nov. 2

8:51 p.m. Medical, assist VAS, Russell Road. 10:42 p.m. Brush fire, Cloverdale Road.

Tuesday, Nov. 3

10:48 a.m. Medical, assist VAS, Landers Road. 5:19 p.m. Medical, assist VAS, Landers Road. 5:34 p.m. Smoke check, Silver Cloud Trail.

Thursday, Nov. 5

4:50 p.m. Medical, assist VAS, Smithridge Road.

Saturday, Nov. 8

12:56 p.m. Structure fire, assist Beaver Lake FD, canceled enroute. 11:52 a.m. Brush fire out of control, not called in, Rolling Drive. CORRECTION

Pea Ridge National Military Park has new fall hours — 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. The park’s seven-mile tour road will be open to vehicles from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., with the entrance closing at 4:30 p.m. The tour road will not be open to pedestrians after closing time. BIRTHS

Tonya Kitterman and Wesley Beights announce the birth of a daughter, Danielle Lynn, who weighed 1 pound, 10 ounces. She was born Sept. 30 in August, Ga. Grandparents are Bob and Linda Kitterman of Pea Ridge. MARRIAGE LICENSES

Joshua Luke Hollinger, 32, of Pea Ridge, and Amber Ann Mills, 29, of Bentonville Travis James Rohrbough, 34, and Chereon Marie Sprayberry, 28, both of Garfield Jeffrey Russell Bohannan, 35, and Ashley Lynn Burkett, 22, both of Pea Ridge

Ricky Lynn Bright, 46, and Maribel Irene Peluso, 47, both of Garfield

Jack Francis Waller II, 54, of Powell, Mo., and Jackie Marie Frost, 40, of Decatur NEBCO FIRE DEPT.

Incidents reported this week to the Northeast Benton CountyVolunteer Fire Department include:

Sunday, Nov. 1

9:30 p.m. Structure fire, assist Pea Ridge FD, Andy Buck Road.

Tuesday, Nov. 3

12:21 p.m. Medical assist, Beaver Hollow Road.

Thursday, Nov. 5

8:05 a.m. Medical assist, Old House Road.

LITTLE FLOCK FIRE DEPARTMENT

Incidents reported to the Little Flock Volunteer Fire Department during October are: 20 total runs including:

• 10 medical;

• 3 motor-vehicle accidents;

• 2 false alarms;

• 3 service calls; and

• 2 brush fires.

COURT REPORT

Judge John A. Skaggs, presiding Richard S. Hardwicke, prosecuting attorney Oct. 27, 2009 Dryer, Marvin D., 50,Contempt fail to pay fines and costs: $125 fines and costs. Dryer, Marvin D., 50,Failure to appear: $250 fines and costs. Morgan, Allen Dewayne,41, Speeding: $230 fines and costs. Morgan, Allen Dewayne,41, Failure to appear: $405 fines and costs. Culley, Alishah Beth,20, No proof liability insurance - Local: $325 fines and costs. Culley, Alishah Beth,20, Failure to appear: Dismissed. Rusher, Jeremy,32, Theft of property: $350 fines and costs. Rusher, Jeremy,32, Failure to appear: $250 fines and costs. Rusher, Jeremy,32, Contempt fail to pay fines and costs: $150 fines and costs. Rusher, Jeremy,32, Failure to appear: $250 fines and costs. Rusher, Jeremy,32, Failure to appear: $250 fines and costs. Rusher, Jeremy,32, Contempt fail to pay fines and costs: Nol Prossed. Stansberry, James E.,23, Driving while intoxicated: Not guilty.

McBryde, Drew Christopher,

18, Poss. controlled substance: $500 fines and costs.

McBryde, Drew Christopher,

18, Drug paraphernalia: Nol Prossed.

McBryde, Drew Christopher,

18,Theft by receiving: Nol Prossed. Ivy, Robert W.,23, Driving while intoxicated: $700 fines and costs. Newman, Charles,35, Driving while intoxicated: $700 fines and costs. FOOD DRIVES

FROM STAFF REPORTS

The Northwest Arkansas Food Drive pickup days will be Mondays and Fridays through Dec. 23.

The event is organized by Benton County Sheriff Keith Ferguson in cooperation with Marge Wolfe of the Northwest Arkansas Food Bank.

Capt. Mike Jones of the Benton County Sheriff’s Office has challenged the Pea Ridge Police Department to see who can fill their area’s barrels first.

Drop-off locations in the area include:

• Marvin’s, 240 N. Curtis Ave., Pea Ridge.

• Oakview Animal Clinic, 14391 Dove Rd., Pea Ridge.

• Community First Bank, 198 Slack St., Pea Ridge.

• Pea Ridge Veterinary Clinic, 535 Lee Town Rd., Pea Ridge.

• Dollar General, 149 Harris Lane, Pea Ridge.

• Avoca One Stop, U.S. Hwy. 62 and Ark. Hwy. 72 in Avoca. HOLIDAY CLOSINGS

U.S. Post offices

The Pea Ridge, Garfield, Gateway and Avoca Post Offices will close their retail operations Wednesday, Nov. 11, in observance of Veteran’s Day.

Regular Post Office retail hours and full delivery operations will resume on Thursday, Nov. 12.

The Post Offices will close their operations for Thanksgiving Thursday, Nov. 26 and resume operations Friday, Nov. 27.

City Halls

City halls at Pea Ridge, Garfield, Gateway and Avoca will be closed Wednesday, Nov. 11, in observance of Veteran’s Day.

They will also be closed Thursday and Friday, Nov. 26 and 27, for Thanksgiving.

Benton County Offices

Benton County offices will be closed Wednesday, Nov. 11, in observance of Veteran’s Day.

They will also be closed Thursday and Friday, Nov. 26 and 27, for Thanksgiving.

The TIMES of Northeast Benton County

The TIMES office will be closed Wednesday and Thursday, Nov. 25-26, for the Thanksgiving holiday.

Pea Ridge Public Schools

Pea Ridge Schools will be closed the week of Nov. 23 to Nov. 27, for Thanksgiving. PLAYFUL PALS

FREE TO GOOD HOME Two Papillions — Two- and threeyears old, call Roxie Goines, 417-341-1177. (11/4)

LOST ANIMALS White Terrier — Black face, neutered male, call Brenda David 287-2825. (11/4) Silky Terrier — Male, eight weeks old, black, call Shelly at 936-0341. (10/21)

FOUND ANIMALS Great Dane — Female, black, call Chad Toms, 366-5971. (11/4) Sheltie — Found in Maple Glen area, call Jennifer 381-3852. (10/14) Puppy — Small, brown; looks like boxer with a tail, call Brenda 451-8673. (10/7) PUBLIC MEETINGS

Tuesday, Nov. 17

2:30 p.m. — Pea Ridge Community Library Board of Trustees, Pea Ridge Library 6 p.m. — NEBCO Board of Directors, NEBCO Community Room, Garfield 7 p.m. — Pea Ridge City Council, City Hall 7 p.m. — Gateway Planning Commission, City Hall

On the Record, Pages 3 on 11/11/2009

Print Headline: PEA RIDGE POLICE DEPARTMENT

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