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— PEA RIDGE POLICE DEPARTMENT

Incidents reported to the Pea Ridge Police Department this week include:

Four warrants served:

• 10/14 Marvin Dryer, 50, Springdale, failure to appear;

• 10/13 Justin Debacco, 25, Bella Vista;

• 10/17 Jacob Ragsdale, 31, Rogers, theft of property warrant from Springdale; and

• 17/19 Gwendolyn Easley, Garfield, failure to appear.

Other incidents reported include:

Wednesday, Oct. 14

12:22 p.m. An investigation into a call about a suspicious circumstance at the Tobacco Shop on South Curtis Avenue concerning a person driving a red SUV-type vehicle led to a pursuit in which the driver of the vehicle fled, but was found and arrested at a residence on Hayes Street. Christopher Mann, 32, Pea Ridge, was arrested for fleeing, driving on a suspended driver’s license and misdemeanor warrants from Rogers.

Thursday, Oct. 15

10:45 a.m.Two-vehicle motor-vehicle accident on North Arkansas Highway 94 and East McNelly Road involving Jamie Averette, 17, Pea Ridge, and Gary Tuszynski, 47, of Pea Ridge, involving brush blowing off the vehicle driven by Tuszynski and hitting Averette’s vehicle.

4:57 p.m. A resident of Gen. Franz Siegel reported receiving harassing phone calls.

Friday, Oct. 16

6:45 a.m. A resident of Washburn Drive reported their unlocked vehicle had been entered and items taken, including a compound bow, a rifle, fishing poles and reels.

7:45 a.m. A resident on Washburn Drive reported their unlocked vehicle had been entered and items taken, including a portable CD player and an in-dash CD player from their daughter’s locked vehicle.

8 a.m. A resident of Washburn Drive reported their unlocked vehicle had been entered and several electronic items were missing.

8 a.m. A resident of Washburn Drive reported their unlocked vehicle had been entered and a GPS device was missing.

8 a.m. A resident of Washburn Drive reported their unlocked vehicle had been entered and a GPS, DVD player and box of Pop-Tarts were missing.

8 a.m. A resident of Benton Drive reported their unlocked vehicle had been entered and items taken, including DVDs and phone chargers.

8 a.m. A resident of Benton Drive reported their unlocked vehicle had been entered and a gold ring was missing.

8 a.m. A resident of Washburn Drive reported their unlocked vehicle had been entered but nothing was discovered missing.

3 p.m. Personnel from Pea Ridge Intermediate reported a possibly intoxicated driver coming to pick up a child. As a result of the investigation, Martha McMahon, 41, of Garfield, was arrested DWI, possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia.

5:26 p.m. A resident of Washburn Drive reported their vehicle had been entered sometime the previous night and keys were missing.

5:50 p.m. A resident of Benton Drive reported their unlocked vehicle had been entered the previous night and a satellite receiver, cell phone charger and half a roll of quarters were missing.

6:31 p.m. A one-vehicle accident on Hazelton Road involving Alex McAlister, 16, whose 1985 Buick Regal flipped. Pea Ridge Ambulance responded to the scene, but did not transport.

Saturday, Oct. 17

9 a.m. A hit-and-run driver apparently damaged the stop sign and fence at the intersection of Tinnin and Davis streets.

9 a.m. A resident on Hickory Street reported criminal mischief involving someone spreading mustard on the driveway and garage door.

11:46 p.m. A resident on McNair Street reported a Mongoose BMX bicycle stolen.

Sunday, Oct. 18

3:15 a.m. A resident on McIntosh Street reported receiving threatening calls by telephone.

10 a.m. A resident on Reed Street reported someone had entered an unlocked door to their laundry room and stolen a Haro BMX bicycle.

Monday, Oct. 19

Recovered previously reported stolen Mongoose BMX bicycle in ditch line off Easterling Road. AVOCA FIRE DEPT.

Incidents reported recently to the Avoca Volunteer Fire Department include:

Sunday, Oct. 4

4:28 p.m. EMS assist VAS and Rogers Medic 3, U.S. Hwy. 62.

Monday, Oct. 5

3:28 p.m. EMS assist VAS and Rogers Medic 3, Coose Hollow West.

Tuesday, Oct. 6

5:39 p.m. EMS assist VAS, Lester Lane. 7:35 p.m. EMS assist VAS and Rogers Medic 3, U.S. Hwy. 62. 10:58 p.m. One car motor-vehicle accident with entrapment, EMS assist VAS, Russell Road.

Thursday, Oct. 8

4:16 a.m. EMS assist VAS and Rogers Medic 3, Hobbs Road. 10:37 a.m. EMS assist VAS,Tucks Chapel Road.

Saturday, Oct. 10

2:10 p.m. Assist NEBCO with fire alarm, canceled en route. 5:20 p.m. EMS assist VAS and Rogers Medic 3, U.S. Hwy. 62. Assist Pea Ridge FD with fire alarm, Ark. Hwy. 72, canceled en route.

Friday, Oct. 16

11:13 p.m. Public service, Oak Street. 1:22 a.m. EMS assist Rogers Medic 3 and VAS, Dogwood Valley Road.

Saturday, Oct. 17

11:58 a.m. EMS assist VAS, Rose Street.

Sunday, Oct. 18

4:23 p.m. EMS assist VAS, Elzeys Road.

Monday, Oct. 19

9:45 a.m.Two car motor-vehicle accident, EMS assist VAS, U.S. Hwy. 62 and Rose Street. CORRECTION

In the Oct. 7 edition of The Times, second-grader Adam Trammell was incorrectly identified as the first place winner with a tempera landscape at the Benton County Fair. PEA RIDGE AMBULANCE

Incidents reported to the Pea Ridge Volunteer Ambulance Department recently include:

Tuesday, Oct. 13

9 p.m. Medical, Bussy Lane, transported one.

Wednesday, Oct. 14

7:42 a.m. Motor-vehicle accident, Ark. Hwy. 72 West, no transport. 4:25 p.m. Medical, Lynn Drive, transported one.

Thursday, Oct. 15

3:15 p.m. Medical, King Lane, no transport. 6 p.m. Standby, football game.

Friday, Oct. 16

6:35 p.m. Motor-vehicle accident, Hazelton Road, no transport.

Saturday, Oct. 17

7:35 p.m. Medical, Price Street, transported one.

Sunday, Oct. 18

4:54 p.m. Medical, S. Davis Street, transported one. 9:05 p.m. Medical, Gann Ridge Road, no transport. VAS AMBULANCE SERVICE CORP.

Incidents reported toVAS Ambulance Service Corporation recently include:

Monday, Oct. 12

1:49 p.m. Medical, Boundary Line Road, transported one. 10:01 p.m. Medical,Wimpy Jones Road, transported one.

Tuesday, Oct. 13

11:15 a.m. Motor-vehicle accident, U.S. Hwy. 62 in Carroll County, no transport.

Thursday, Oct. 15

1:05 p.m. Medical, Gann Ridge Road, transported one. 6:18 p.m. Medical, Hobbs Road, transported one.

Friday, Oct. 16

1:22 a.m. Medical, Dogwood Valley Lane, transferred to Rogers ALS. 3:26 a.m. Medical, U.S. Hwy. 62 at First Baptist Church, transported one. 3:48 p.m. Motor-vehicle accident, Mo. Hwy. 37 and State Line Road, transported one. 8:34 p.m. Medical, Marler Road, no transport.

Saturday, Oct. 17

11:58 a.m. Medical, Rose Street, transported one. 398 calls year-to-date. NEBCO

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

Sunday, Oct. 11

11:21 p.m. Medical assist, N.Wimpy Jones Road.

Tuesday, Oct. 13

11:18 a.m. Motor-vehicle accident, U.S. Hwy. 62.

Thursday, Oct. 15

1:02 p.m. Medical assist, Gann Ridge Road.

Friday, Oct. 16

3:26 a.m. Medical assist, Baptist Church of Garfield. 3:48 p.m. Motor-vehicle accident, State Line Road and Mo. Hwy. 37 8:34 p.m. Medical assist, Marler Road MARRIAGE LICENSES

Jerald Rogers Arthur Williams, 21, and Ariel Renee Warner, 18, both of Pea Ridge. Richard Lloyd Elsey, 75, of Garfield, and Mary Ann Rinken, 72, of Bentonville. Kevin Laurence Meenen, 30, of Siloam Springs, and Mia Leigh Winters, 32, of Pea Ridge. PUBLIC MEETINGS

Thursday, Oct. 22

6 p.m. — Benton County Quorum Court, City Administration Building downtown Bentonville. PLAYFUL PALS

FREE TO GOOD HOME Two kittens — Six weeks old, call Catherine Mason 434-665-9011. (10/14) Kittens — Male, 10-weeks-old, grey and white, call Mary 451-0960. (10/14) Dog — Female Great Pyrenees, call 451-1116. (9/30) Kittens — Six to eight weeks old, no vaccinations, call Arleen Thorn 273-3041. (9/9) Tabby Cat —Two years old, female, spayed, declawed on front, call 721-3669. (9/9)

LOST ANIMALS Silky Terrier — Male, eight weeks old, black, call Shelly at 936-0341. (10/21)

Shih-Tzu and Pomeranian — Tan color, call Teresa Shackelford 451-1096. (10/7) Yellow Lab — Female, red collar, call Roxanne 451-0011. (10/7) Large Shepherd Mix — Neutered male, e-mail jeepmanmd@yahoo.com. (10/7) Rat Terrier — Black and white, call Susan at 903-3526. (9/23) Shih Tzu — Has a micro chip, call Kristine at 544-0517. (9/23) Chihuahua — Long black hair, about four pounds, call Cheryl Helms at 631-7269. (9/9)

FOUND ANIMALS Sheltie — Found in Maple Glen area, call Jennifer 381-3852. (10/14) Little Brown Puppy — Looks like boxer with a tail, call Brenda 451-8673. (10/7) Dog — Very large, call to identify 330-0471. (9/23)

To list animals in this column, call 451-1196. NEBCO Spaghetti dinner set

GARFIELD – The Northeast Benton County Volunteer Fire Department will hold an all-you-can-eat Spaghetti Feed fund raiser from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. Friday, Nov. 6, at the NEBCO Community Center, 17823 Marshall St. (U.S. Highway 62), in Garfield.

Spaghetti, salad, bread and drink will be served. Cost is $5 for adults, $3 for children 5-12 and children under 5 eat free.

All proceeds go to the building fund for the new NEBCO VFD fire station No. 2 on Posey Mountain.

On the Record, Pages 3 on 10/21/2009

Print Headline: Pea Ridge Records

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