Sept. 29

Sept. 29

Two cars collided at the Interstate 530 and U.S. 270 interchange, Patrolman Tommy Kelly said, after both vehicles had left the interstate.

Angelia Madlock of 2308 W. 37th Ave., Pine Bluff, was quoted as saying she was northbound on I-530, took the 270 exit in her 2005 Toyota and stopped before turning east on Sheridan Road.

A 2007 Toyota driven by Angelia Buffkin of 701 Meredith St., White Hall, struck the rear of her car, Madlock said. Buffkin told Kelly she thought Madlock was moving forward before she hit the rear of the car

Oct. 1

Doris Roberts of 1407 Gamble Road, White Hall, lodged a complaint with Patrolman Brent Bridges, telling the officer a man had called her home numerous times and left threatening voice mails on her phone. The same individual drove past her home multiple times that day, she added.

Bridges contacted the man by telephone and advised him his actions were inappropriate, the calls constituted harassment and to cease driving past the Roberts residence.

Oct. 2

A car and a van collided on the parking lot of Cranford’s Fresh World, 8503 Dollarway Road, according to a report filed by Patrolman Celena Harbison.

A 2011 Honda Odyssey driven by Savitaben Vasanbhai Patel of 406 N. Blake St., Pine Bluff, backed into a 1994 Acura Legend driven by Natalie Kay Axsom of 911 Wildwood Ave., Sherwood, the officer said.

Oct. 3

» Charles Hurt of 900 Anderson Ave., White Hall, told Patrolman Brent Bridges that an unidentified driver struck the Waste Management trash container he placed at curbside for pick up. Damaged trim from a white Toyota vehicle was found at the scene, Bridges report said.

» Christopher Adams of 401 Harrod Road, White Hall, told Patrolman Celena Harbison that six black males he observed in his yard were responsible for taking two bicycles belonging to his children from his residence.

Adams was quoted as saying he got into his vehicle and chased the six down Winchester Drive, where the older two males were able to flee. An officer with the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Department assisted Adams in detaining the four younger juveniles until Harbison arrived.

The four juveniles said they were told where to find the bikes by the two who escaped — identified by their street names as “Bucket Head” and “Jiggy G” — and learned they were stolen when the older two fled. The bicycles were recovered.

The four, ranging in age from 13 to 15, were taken to the Jefferson County Juvenile Detention Center and held on theft of property charges.

Oct. 4

» Jan Police of 612 Greenbrier Drive, Pine Bluff, told Tommy Kelly an object thrown by a lawnmower shattered a window of her car, parked in the 7400 block of Dollarway while she was at work.

The owner of the property was quoted as telling Police to have the window repaired and send him the bill.

» An Alexander woman was injured and three vehicles sustained an estimated $16,000 in property damage in a late afternoon collision in the 8000 block of Sheridan, Sgt. Sandy Castleberry wrote in an accident report.

One of the three drivers was charged with numerous traffic violations, including leaving the scene of a personal injury accident, and possession of controlled substances, Sgt. Sandy Castleberry said.

The officer said Carolyn S. Graham of Alexander, driver of an eastbound 2010 Chevrolet Tahoe SUV, was taken by ambulance to Jefferson Regional Medical Center for treatment of multiple injuries.

Graham was quoted as saying she was stopped for traffic in front of McDonald’s, 8012 Sheridan, when the SUV was struck from the rear by a gold Saturn without license plates, adding the vehicle had followed her from Sheridan, remaining close to the rear of the SUV.

After hitting the Tahoe, the Saturn then stuck a westbound 2000 Dodge Caravan driven by Robyn M. Crippen of 505 Green Oaks Lane, White Hall. The van had stopped in the center turn lane.

Crippen told Castleberry the Saturn did not stop and continued eastbound.

Patrolman Robert Rogers said he found a damaged gold 2000 Saturn SL occupied by Lindsey C. Pratt, 19, of 2055 Grant Road 7, Sheridan, stopped behind the Redwood Inn, 8006 Sheridan Road.

Castleberry said Pratt was issued citations for failure to register the car, no proof of liability insurance, reckless driving and leaving the scene of an injury accident.

Pratt allegedly had a syringe containing a red liquid that field tested positive for methamphetamine, Tri-County Drug Task Force Investigator Christopher Drye said Friday during a court hearing.

Drye said during a search of Pratt’s wallet, police allegedly found the syringe and one and-a-half Xanax tablets.

Jefferson County District Judge John Kearney set a court appearance $5,000 bond for Pratt after ruling prosecutors had probable cause to charge her with possession of methamphetamine and possession of drug paraphernalia.