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— Woman held against will

A midnight drive resulted in a Pea Ridge man arrested for three felonies - kidnapping, first degree terroristic threatening and first degree domestic battery - and a misdemeanor charge of interference with emergency communications, first degree.

Jeremy Tyler Ramsey, 22, was booked into the Benton County Jail at 3:27 a.m. Sunday, according to the Pea Ridge police.

At 2:38, Pea Ridge police received a report from a 19-year-old Pea Ridge woman reporting that Ramsey, her ex-boyfriend and the father of her unborn child, had kept her against her will in a two-hour drive during which he repeatedly hit her. She told police she agreed to get in Ramsey's car about midnight, but later, when he became aggressive, she asked him to return her to her car and to stop and let her get out. She said she feared for her life and attempted to get out of the moving vehicle and the car door shut on her ankle.

At one point, she told police she was able to get out of the car, but Ramsey drug her back and forced her into the car. He threatened to kill her.

The woman was treated at a local hospital and released.

Man arrested for assault

BARRY COUNTY, Mo. - Benton County deputies assisted in a pursuit when a pickup truck fleeing Barry County, Mo., deputies crossed into Arkansas.

A Missouri trooper standing beside his vehicle at the first of two roadblocks was nearly struck by the truck and the trooper fired at the truck, striking the door panel on the driver's side.

The driver of that truck, Floyd Eugene Williams, 49, of Seligman, Mo., is in the Barry County, Mo., without bond. Charges of first degree assault on a law enforcement officer have been presented to the Barry County Prosecutor's Office. Other charges are pending.

POST OFFICE HOURS

Effective Thursday, Oct. 1, the Pea Ridge branch of the United States Post Office will have the following retail hours: 8:30 a.m. noon and 1 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday, 9 11 a.m. Saturday and closed on Sunday. Alternate locations and hours are as follows: Rogers, located on N. 8th St., open 8:30 a.m. 5:30 p.m. Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. noon Saturday and closed on Sunday. Bentonville, located on S. Walton Blvd., open 9 a.m. 6 p.m. Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. 3 p.m. Saturday and closed on Sunday. Bella Vista, located on Memorial Drive, open 9 a.m. 4 p.m. Monday through Friday and closed on Saturday and Sunday.

SINGING SATURDAY

BUNKER HILL, Mo. - The monthly singing at Bunker Hill is set for 7 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 3, at the old school house located five miles north of Pineville on Missouri Hwy. W or five miles east of Anderson on Missouri Hwy. 76 to W.

There will be a potluck dessert/finger food table.

Bill Conaway from Anderson will head the evening's event. He and several musicians sing and play at other areas venues including Bethpage, Horton School and nursing homes.

Singers and musicians are welcome to share. For more information, call Linda at 223-4684. PUBLIC MEETINGS

Thursday, Oct. 1

10 a.m. - Benton County Conservation District, USDA Service Center, Bentonville, for more information, contact Gail Sparks at 273-2622 ext. 3. 6 p.m. - Garfield City Council, S. Wimpy Jones Rd. Tuesday, Oct. 6 7 p.m. - Pea Ridge Planning Commission, City Hall.

MARRIAGE LICENSES

Gregory Vernon Clark Sr., 57, of Reeds Spring, Mo., and Mary Kathryn Samples, 54, of Pea Ridge. Dennis Ross Huston, 36, of Pea Ridge, and Perla Corina Hernandez, 23, of Garfield. Lewis Jay Schumann, 46, of Pea Ridge, and Pamela Arlette Schulte, 49, of Olathe, Kan. Preston Earl Stokes, 25, of Fayetteville, and Amy Colleen Whitaker, 25, of Pea Ridge. Loren Eugene Allison, 46, and Jodie Lynn McIntyre, 38, both of Pea Ridge. Roger William Hayes, 48, and Carla Ann Mankin, 51, both of Garfield. Harvey Richard Winn Jr., 37, and Dana Jean Bahl, 29, both of Pea Ridge.

PEA RIDGE POLICE DEPARTMENT

Incidents reported this week to the Pea Ridge Police Department include: One warrant served: ° 9/25 David Coleman, 21, Pea Ridge, contempt failure to pay fines and costs. Other incidents reported include:

Monday, Sept. 21

6 p.m. Breaking or entering report from a resident on Washburn Drive in which two unlocked vehicles appeared to have been entered and a camera taken. 6:55 p.m. Breaking or entering, theft report by a resident on Eagle Crest in which a camera bag, numerous cameras and equipment were reported taken from an unlocked vehicle.

Tuesday, Sept. 22

11 a.m. An employee of a business on Pickens Street reported his exgirlfriend took a Chevrolet Suburban belonging to him from that business.

Thursday, Sept. 24

11:43 a.m. An initial report of a 16-year-old white male runaway was concluded when the youth returned home on the Pea Ridge School bus. He had apparently skipped school.

Saturday, Sept. 26

9:57 a.m. An officer on patrol noticed smoke coming from beneath Sugar Creek bridge on Arkansas Highway 94 south of town. Upon investigation, he found three 19-year-olds - two males and a female - around a campfire. Sammual Holly, 19, of Rogers, was arrested for minor in possession and theft of property. He had several coolers belonging to Big Sugar Golf Course in his possession.

PEA RIDGE VOL. FIRE DEPARTMENT

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

Sunday, Sept. 27

6:47 p.m. Motor-vehicle accident/ extrication of victim from vehicle, Lee Town Road/Guthrie Road. NEBCO

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

Sunday, Sept. 20

10:22 p.m.Vehicle fire, Bolin Road.

Monday, Sept. 21

8:43 a.m. Medical assist, Hayden Road. 10:43 a.m. Fire alarm, N. Davis Street, canceled in route.

Tuesday, Sept. 22

4:05 a.m. Chair fire, Hayden Road. 7:02 a.m. Medical assist,Vista Shores Drive. VAS

Incidents reported to the Volunteer Ambulance Service this week include:

Monday, Sept. 21

8:45 a.m. Medical, Hyden Road, no transport. 11:59 a.m. Medical, Airport Loop, transported one.

Tuesday, Sept. 22

7:01 a.m. Medical,Vista Shores Drive, transferred to Rogers ALS. 8:01 p.m. Medical, Sugar Creek Road, transferred to Rogers ALS.

Wednesday, Sept. 23

10:25 a.m. Medical, Cemetery Road, transported one. 8:24 p.m. Medical, Boll Weevil Lane, transported one.

Thursday, Sept. 24

12:34 p.m. Medical, Gann Ridge Road, transferred to Rogers ALS.

Friday, Sept. 25

8:18 p.m. Medical, Avoca One Stop, canceled enroute.

Saturday, Sept. 26

8:28 a.m. Medical, Skyview Road, transported one. 7:17 p.m. Medical, Smith Ridge Road, transported one. MONTHLY PD REPORT

Traffic Citations 25 Written Warnings 64 Verbal Warnings 35 Misdemeanor Arrests 17 Felony Arrests 3 Warrant Arrests 9 911 Calls 30 Complaints Investigated HBO 54 Complaints Investigated Report 35 Thefts/Breaking and Entering 10 Burglaries 2 Criminal Mischiefs/Vandalism 4 Open Windows/Doors 7 Alarms 16 Accidents 3 Parking Lot Accidents 3 Motorist Assists 12 Public Services 21 Disturbances 13 Assist Other Agencies 29 Animal Complaints 16 Curfew Violations 7 School Activities 4 Mileage 5,381

On the Record, Pages 3 on 09/30/2009

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