• Whitney Schacherbauer, 27, Pea Ridge, reckless driving and parking in a handicap zone
• Leah B. Petton, 37, Rogers, failure to appear
• Erik Steven Canada, 29, Rogers, failure to pay time pay
• Jordan J. White, 36, failure to appear
• Justin Louis Foster, 33, Seligman, Mo., failure to appear
• Jared Lee Holt, 25, Bentonville, failure to appear
• Christina Ann Young, 32, Pea Ridge, failure to appear
• Tristen Dillon Mobley, 22, Springdale, failure to appear
• Tanzee L. Mariconi, 30, Pea Ridge, failure to appear
6 p.m. A resident of Chitwood Street reported a 2-year-old male was bitten or scratched by a dog. The injury was determined to be minor.
Monday, Oct. 1
12:17 p.m. A resident of Eagle Crest Street reported harassing communications from a female.
1:50 p.m. As a result of a traffic stop, police arrested Buren Ray Furlong, 38, Rogers, on a Rogers warrant and turned him over to Rogers Police.
Tuesday, Oct. 2
2:12 p.m. As a result of a traffic stop, police arrested Stewart Carr, 38, Bella Vista, in connection with possession of a controlled substance.
3:51 p.m. A resident of Bella Vista reported she accidentally left cash in the self-checkout at Walmart Neighborhood Market and when she went back, it was gone. As a result of the investigation, police identified the people who took the money and contacted them. They agreed to return the money. The victim did not want to press charges.
7:27 p.m. Police were dispatched to a residence on Van Dorn Street.
Wednesday, Oct. 3
1:45 p.m. As a result of a traffic stop, police arrested Christopher David Park, 36, Rogers, in connection with driving on a suspended driver's license, no proof of insurance, careless/prohibited driving
5:55 p.m. As a result of a traffic stop, police arrested Tyler Morinini, 25, Rogers, on a warrant from Rogers Police.
7:03 p.m. Police received a report of harassment from a resident of Greene Street. As a result of the investigation, police arrested Allen Meyer, 27, Washburn, Mo., in connection with violation of an order of protection.
Thursday, Oct. 4
12:29 p.m. Police were advised of an assault/battery call at a residence on Oakley Street. A female resident reported an altercation from the previous night involving a male punching a hole in a wall and breaking her phone. She told police she didn't want to file charges but did want an order of protection.
10 p.m. As a result of a traffic stop, police arrested Michelle Cook, 49, Pea Ridge, on a warrant from Fayetteville.
Friday, Oct. 5
11 a.m. A resident of Hutchinson Street reported someone had cashed a forged check against her Arvest bank account. The bank forwarded the case to the internal investigations department.
4:30 p.m. A resident of Lee Town Drive reported someone had cashed a forged check against his Arvest bank account. The bank forwarded the case to the internal investigations department.
7:10 p.m. As a result of a traffic stop, police arrested Charles Hudson, 37, Rogers, on a warrant from Little Flock Police. He was released to Little Flock Police.
10:30 p.m. Police were dispatched to a residence on Henry Little Circle for a disturbance.
Saturday, Oct. 6
9:24 am. Police were dispatched to a two-vehicle accident at the intersection of Lee Town Road and Curtis Avenue involving vehicles driven by Murriel Stagggs, 70, Pea Ridge, and Karen King, 55, Bentonville. There were no citations issued.
9:24 a.m. A resident of Wade Lane took a dog to the Police Department and told police it was found on Slack Street. Police put the dog into a kennel at the Pea Ridge Veterinary Clinic. At noon, Thomas Bridges, Pea Ridge, claimed and picked up the dog. Bridges, 50, was issued a citation in connection with dog at large.
3:28 p.m. Police were advised of a criminal mischief at the Home Owner Association park on Robins Street involving a broken park bench.
Sunday, Oct. 7
3:11 p.m. Police were dispatched to a residence on South Curtis Avenue for a disturbance involving a man and woman in a vehicle. It was determined the woman was having a panic attack.
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