A pickup truck struck a stopped car on an exit ramp of the Interstate 530-U.S. 270 interchange, Patrolman Brent E. Bridges said.
The investigating officer quoted Arthur L. Rothschild of West Monroe, La., driver of a 2011 Ford F-150 truck, as saying he was planning to turn west on 270, looked to the left for oncoming traffic and did not see the 2009 Chevrolet Impala driven by Cynthia G. May of 10116 Brown Cemetery Road, Pine Bluff, that had stopped at a yield sign before turning onto Sheridan Road.
Tyler Wayne Majors of 208 Falcon Cove, White Hall, told Patrolman Mike Monk his 2007 Nissan Titan pickup, which had been parked on the south parking lot of White Hall High School, had been damaged by a hit-and-run driver sometime during the day.
The truck sustained damage to the left rear panel and tail light, Monks report indicated.
A husband and wife were booked into the W.C. Dub Brassell Adult Detention Center in Pine Bluff following a domestic disturbance at their White Hall home, Sgt. Greg Moody said.
The officer said he responded to a complaint at 9206 Dollarway Road and was told Chassity Lynn Burton, 35, and Wayne Michael Burton, 39, had been fighting during an argument. Moody indicated in his report that both participants had visible injuries, but did not request medical treatment.
They were arrested and taken to the jail, where both were booked on domestic battery charges, Moody wrote in the report.
A car backed into the side of a pickup truck on a parking lot in the 7400 block of Dollarway Road, said Patrolman Brent E. Bridges.
Roland H. Flynn of No. 13 Phyllis St., Pine Bluff, driver of a 2008 Hyundai Sonata, was quoted as saying he was backing out of a parking space and did not see the approaching 2008 Ford F-150 being driven across the lot by James R. Chastain II of 6660 Rodgers Road, Rison.
Patrolman Mike Monk said a 1999 Saturn SC1 owned by Charles Loy Page of 742 NCTR Road, Redfield, was unoccupied and parked on the lot of Dollar General, 8605 Dollarway Road, when a 1998 Ford F-150 driven by Leah M. Jones of 2104 Vegas St., White Hall, struck the car as she was backing out of a parking space.
The driver and a passenger in a car that collided with an SUV at the intersection of Dollarway and Hoadley roads were taken by EASI ambulance to Jefferson Regional Medical Center for treatment of injuries, said Patrolman Tommy Kelly.
Tommie L. Culbreath of 8651 Shannon Road, Pine Bluff, driver of a northbound 1998 Chevrolet Malibu, turned into the path of a southbound 2008 Nissan Pathfinder driven by Tonia D. Bates of 3611 Gravel Pit Road, according to Kelly.
Tiffany D. McCarroll, 17, of 210 Betty St., White Hall, a passenger in the car, and the driver were treated for multiple injuries at the hospital. The officer said Tonia Bates indicated she would take her injured passenger, Jackson Bates, 4, to the family physician for treatment of his injuries March 11
Kevin A. Jones of 1112 W. Baldwin, White Hall, was quoted by Patrolman Robert Rogers as saying he was southbound on Robin Road near South Green Oaks when a deer entered roadway from the west side of Robin and struck the passenger side of his 2004 Chevrolet Tahoe.
Fire Chief Sandy Castleberry said he was driving past a structure at 8400 Dollarway Road when he observed a trash can and the south end of the structure on fire. He turned in an alarm and brought a truck from the fire station to extinguish the blaze, which caused an estimated $1,000 damage to the building owned by Jody Stout.
An extension cord coiled up under the trash can was cited as the cause of the blaze.
Castleberry answer a call to the Theresa Mosby residence, 302 Michelle Ave., Apt. 11, when the heating element in the bottom of the oven burned out. Mrs. Mosby extinguished the fire with flour.
At 9:55 a.m. firemen responded to a report of a grass fire along Interstate 530 at Exit 32. They extinguished several fires along the interstate, but were unable to determine the source.
Forty-five minutes later the Redfield Volunteer Fire Department called for assistance with a woods fire off Arkansas 365 at Jefferson.
Firemen responded to a report of a utility pole on fire at the intersection of Ginnett Road and Bessie Drive. The fire was extinguished by rain.