• On Jan. 6, Alanza E. Reynolds, 35, of El Dorado was arrested on charges of aggravated assault against a family or household member. His mother said a year ago, South Arkansas Regional Health Center discontinued a medication her son had been on that was administered by shot; she said he was still prescribed another medication that he took orally, but he had not been taking the medication as prescribed and she had noticed a rapid decline in his mental health since he had stopped taking the oral medication. Another woman said Alanza Reynolds had accused her of taking a bandana from his room and when she denied it, he became agitated and ran at her and her son with a sword, threatening them. An officer spoke with Alanza Reynolds, who was initially sitting on his bed with the unsheathed sword next to him. Reynolds became agitated, talking about others stealing his thing and threatening them. The officer asked him about not taking his medication and the man said he did not need it and didn’t plan to take it. He was booked into the jail when the Medical Center of South Arkansas did not have enough available beds.
• On Jan. 7, Deon W. Glover, 44, of Haynesville, La. was arrested on a petition to revoke his probation.
• On Jan. 11, Kenneth P. Maroney, 35, of Strong was arrested on a petition to revoke his probation.
• On Jan. 11, Emmett K. Maroney, 65, of Strong was arrested on charges of second-degree domestic battery and third-degree domestic battery at their residence. A woman reported Maroney was hitting her and beating up his adult son. The woman told an officer that Maroney tried to take her phone by placing his arms around her. She said he also slammed her against the wall and into the refrigerator. She said he then went and sat beside his son and began threatening him. She said he hit his son in the mouth and kicked him in the stomach and leg. Other witnesses gave similar accounts.
• On Jan. 5, a woman reported her medicine missing. She said she’d filled her Xanax prescription two days before and had only taken one since then, leaving 59 pills in the bottle. She said she hadn’t left her house since she got the prescription filled and had only one visitor, who she did not think would have taken the medicine.
• On Jan. 5, a Smackover police officer advised the Union County Sheriff’s Office that he found a person he believed was involved in copper thefts. The SPD officer said he’d received a call reporting a vehicle stuck in the mud on Lisbon Road whose driver was burning copper. The officer found the man at a carwash, his car covered in mud and full of copper. The man said his car had been stuck in his own yard, not Lisbon Road, and the copper was legitimately his, as he’d been collecting it to sell. The man took the SPD officer and a UCSO deputy to his residence where he had more copper. His mother and grandmother said he did not steal copper.
• On Jan. 6, a woman was arrested on charges of disorderly conduct and public intoxication. A man said she was a stranger and had been screaming and knocking on his door for almost an hour. The woman said the man was her brother. The responding deputy noted in the police report that her speech was slurred and he could smell the odor of intoxicants on her breath. The deputy offered to take her home but the woman refused; she was then arrested.
• On Jan. 6, a man was arrested on charges of third-degree domestic battery and interference with emergency communications. His wife said they’d fought early in the day and the argument continued after church. She said she walked into their kitchen and the man came up behind her and wrapped his arms around her neck, putting her in a choke hold, then took her to the floor, holding her down. She said she couldn’t breathe and called out for her children’s help. She said she bit the man’s hand and he let go. She said she tried to call 911, but the man took her phone so that she couldn’t. She said she then left the residence with her children and went to a friend’s house, where she was able to call 911. A deputy observed scrapes and bruises on her arm and chest and that she was bleeding from her bottom lip. When the deputy went to speak with the man, he said he’d argued with his wife but did not give the deputy any details. According to the police report, the man said “I did not leave any marks on her,” when asked about the argument.
• On Jan. 6, a woman reported an unwanted person on her property. She filled out a ban sheet and the unwanted person signed it. He loaded his vehicle with his belongings from the property with the help of two friends, one of whom the woman said threatened her via text message.
• On Jan. 6, a woman was arrested on charges of failure to appear.
• On Jan. 7, a woman reported a hit and run. She showed an officer the damage to her vehicle’s passenger side front fender and said it had been damaged in the parking lot of the Missile Mart on Calion Highway.
• On Jan. 7, a man reported an act of criminal mischief. He said two batteries were taken from his excavator sometime between Dec. 20 and Jan. 7.
• On Jan. 7, a woman reported her ex calling to harass her. She said he threatened to kill her and called her pejorative names.
• On Jan. 7, officers tried to serve a warrant on a man. When they arrived at his residence, he fled from the rear of the home toward a wooded area. Neither deputies nor a K-9 unit were able to find him.
• On Jan. 8, an officer responded to a stabbing. The injured man said his on-again, off-again girlfriend was drunk and began acting aggressive, attacking him. He said she first hit him with a chair then stabbed him in both arms. Medical staff said one of his wounds was possibly life threatening because it cut an artery. At the man’s home, blood was everywhere. The woman could not be found.
• On Jan. 8, a woman reported a man violating an order of protection. She said he called her and told her he was coming to her house, so she left and went to a relative’s. The net day, she said he came over while she was not at home and stole her vehicle. Officers could not find the man at the residence. She was advised to save any messages or phone records that showed where he contacted her in violation of the order.
• On Jan. 8, a woman reported a forged check. She said a counterfeit check had been printed to look like it came from the Felsenthal water department check book and had been written in the amount of $2,921.45. She said the signatures were written so well the bank did not catch the error.
• On Jan. 8, a man was arrested on charges of driving on a suspended license, failure to pay registration fee, no liability insurance and fictitious license plates. A deputy initiated a traffic stop after seeing that the man’s license plate returned to a different vehicle. The man also had a warrant out of Texas.
• On Jan. 8, a man reported theft at a work site on Stormy Lane. The man said he is working on oil wells on that road and has laid down gravel for the road; a man came by in a tractor, he said, scooped up much of the gravel and used it to build a driveway for his home. The man who allegedly took the gravel said he smoothed it out to make it a better driving service and had recently made a gravel driveway for his neighbor, but said she’d purchased her gravel from Milam Construction.
• On Jan. 8, a man reported a theft. The man said he arrived at work and noticed a tool box that he’d stored in the back of his work truck was missing.
• On Jan. 9, a deputy responded a report of criminal trespass. A man said he walked to a friend’s house from his residence for about an hour, and when he returned home he saw that a window had been
shattered and drywall sheets had been laid against the window to block it from the inside. The man said nothing was missing, but the house was disheveled. The property owner said her son had previously lived at the residence with the current tenant, but that none of his things appeared to be missing either.
• On Jan. 10, a man reported a theft at his home on Wildwood Drive. He said he came home to find his door difficult to open, but initially thought nothing of it. He said he eventually realized a new Playstation 4 was missing from its spot in his entertainment center; the man then realized there were pry marks on the door, which is what had made it so hard to open. A woman that lives at the residence reported an Amazon Fire HD8 tablet missing as well.
• On Jan. 10, a woman reported a forgery at the Missile Mart on West Hillsboro Street. She said a man came into the store and tried to pay for his purchase with a counterfeit 20 dollar bill. He then left the store, she said.
• On Jan. 10, a man was arrested for criminal trespass and first offense driving while intoxicated. He was found by deputies parked on the railroad tracks with no recollection of how he got there. Upon searching the vehicle, four empty bottles of alcohol were found. Two of the tires had been blown out and there was damage to the train tracks as well.
• On Jan. 10, a woman reported a theft at her home on Anya Drive. She reported a television set missing.
• On Jan. 11, deputies spotted an abandoned car in front of Salem Cemetery. The vehicle appeared to have been burned. Contact could not be made with the vehicle’s owner, so it was towed.
• On Jan. 11, a UCSO officer investigated a forgery. A woman reported that her bank noticed strange activity when another woman tried to cash a check on the first woman’s account; the first woman’s account required two signatures on any check for it to be cashed, and the one the woman presented to the bank only had one. The woman said she believed the check had been stolen from her daughter’s car when it was broken into in the Murphy USA gas station parking lot between Dec. 30 and Jan. 2. She also reported a JBL speaker, a purple Columbia jacket and a gold watch had been stolen from her daughter’s vehicle.
• On Jan. 11, a man was arrested for fourth-degree sexual assault.
• George L. Tatum, 58, of 931 South Jackson, was arrested Jan. 11 on a warrant for third-degree domestic battery and interference with emergency communications. On Jan. 7, officers responded to a report of a domestic disturbance at another residence in the 900 block of South Jackson. A woman told police that Tatum, her boyfriend, had gotten intoxicated and demanded that she give him her phone. When she refused, Tatum flipped the kitchen table on its side and used the table to pin her against the wall, the woman said. She said Tatum grabbed her left arm and scratched it. The woman said she handed the phone to Tatum, who said “she would not call police if he could help it” and left the residence. Police said the woman had three “raised” scratches on her left forearm. Police made contact with Tatum at the residence Jan. 11 and took him into custody. Officers noted that Tatum was previously convicted of domestic battery.
• Lindsey G. Lloyd, 36, of 717 E. Fourth, was arrested Jan. 11 on a warrant for possession of methamphetamine and possession of drug paraphernalia.
• Terekeonce S. Buggs, 42, was arrested Jan. 10 on a warrant for petition to revoke probation and terroristic threatening.
• Kmonte M. Zillender, 40, of 713 W. Oak, was arrested Jan. 10 for aggravated assault on a family or household member. According to a police report, Zillender grabbed his teenage daughter by the shirt and attempted to strike her in the face after the girl’s mother “brought her to see (Zillender) regarding a disciplinary issue.” The woman said that when she told Zillender to stop, he grabbed her chin and said, “Don’t teach me how to act!” Police said a witness corroborated the woman’s account of the incident.
• Tina M. Moore, 38, of 400 N. Bradley, was arrested Jan. 7 on a warrant for petition to revoke probation.
• Deveon D. Dorch, 25, of Smackover, was arrested Jan. 7 for residential burglary, theft of services and first-degree criminal mischief. Officers received a report that Dorch was illegally living in an apartment at Hillsboro Townhouse Apartments, 1600 Short E. Hillsboro. The manager of the apartment complex told officers that the former tenant moved out and called months saying that she believed that Dorch, her ex-boyfriend, was still living in the apartment. Dorch admitted leaving the apartment through the window when officers arrived, noting that he used the window to enter and exit the apartment because he did not have a key.
• LC Clemons, 59, of 1201 Roosevelt, was attested Jan. 7 on two counts of breaking or entering. A woman told police that she was in the back seat of her parents’ vehicle at South Arkansas Regional Health Center, 715 N. College, when she saw a man, later identified as Clemons, attempt to open the door of another vehicle, but the door was locked. She said he then got into another vehicle, which police later learned was Clemons’ own vehicle, and started the engine. The woman said he exited the vehicle, walked over to her parents’ vehicle and climbed inside. When Clemons began to open the center console, she asked him what he was doing, and he exited the vehicle and walked away. The woman said she then ran inside the health center to get her parents. The woman’s father said that when he walked outside, Clemons “approached him and tried to justify getting into the car.” Clemons then walked to the north side of the center. Police said they made contact with Clemons on the second floor of the center and took him into custody.
• The manager of Dixie Self Storage, 1101 Memory Lane, reported police Jan. 11 that someone broke into a storage unit. The renter of the unit told officers that a propane tank was missing.
• A woman told police Jan. 11 that someone broke into her vehicle at her residence in the 500 block of North Flenniken. She said no items were missing, but several items had been disturbed.
• A woman told police Jan. 10 that a woman she did not know issued a terroristic threat against her. The complainant said the suspect approached her at a local fish market and attempted to start an argument with her. The woman said she left and shortly after arriving at her residence in the 600 block of South Bradley, the suspect pulled up and issued the threat. Police said the suspect had left by the time they arrived.
• An El Dorado woman was sent to the Medical Center of South Arkansas Jan. 10 after she was reportedly attacked by a pit bulldog that had also fought the woman’s own pit bull. Police were called to the 1400 block of Coy Dumas in reference to the attack, and upon arrival, they saw two large pit bulldogs fighting and a woman trying to break them up, according to a police report. An officer said he tried in vain to separate the dogs and he used a chemical spray on the dog that appeared to be the aggressor. The officer said the dog advanced toward him until the chemical spray began taking affect, prompting the dog to retreat to its yard nearby. Charles Hartsell, the city’s animal control officer, was summoned to the scene and took control of the dog. Hartsell said the dog would be quarantined. The dog’s owner, Bobby R. Ford Jr., 37, was cited for dog at large and vicious and dangerous animal. Police said the woman sustained several lacerations to her hands and a dog bite to her right thigh. She was transported by ambulance to MCSA for treatment.
• On Jan. 8, officers responded to a report of a disturbance at a residence in the 1000 block of E&B, and upon arrival, a woman leaned out the front door, pointed toward the back of the house and whispered, “He’s going out the back.” Police said they saw a male jump the back fence, noting that he was wearing a dark-colored jacket and holding “something with a light”, possibly a cellphone. The woman said that when her adult daughter answered a knock at the door, the suspect forced his way inside and began yelling and cursing at them. The woman said he then struck her in the face with his fist and busted her lip. She said her daughter sprayed an air freshener in the suspect’s face and he shoved the younger woman away. The complainant said the suspect cornered her in the bathroom and attempted to close the door, but she blocked the door with her arm. The woman said her daughter called police and when the suspect realized police had arrived, he ran out the back door. Officers noted that the suspect has been banned from the E&B residence and the woman and her daughter have an active no-contact order against him. Police said they were unable to locate the suspect.
• Officers were called Jan. 8 to Sim’s Wrecker Service, 1513 E. Hillsboro in reference to a theft. According to a police report, a former employee refused to turn in his company vehicle, and when other employees went to the man’s residence to retrieve the vehicle, he took a chain saw from the back of the vehicle. The complainant said the suspect had also borrowed a four-wheeler from the business and never returned it.
• A man told police Jan. 8 that a set of golf clubs was stolen from his storage shed in the backyard of his residence in the 700 block of North Washington.
• Police received information Jan. 7 that someone attempted to forge a check on the account of Milam Construction Company, 1605 Haynesville Hwy. The suspect reportedly attempted to cash the check Jan. 2 at Brookshire’s,2202 N. West Ave. A suspect was identified.
• A woman told police Jan. 7 that someone broke into her vehicle at her residence in the 400 block of South Newton Avenue and stole her wallet, which contained $300 cash, bank cards and a driver’s license. She said some loose change was also missing.
• Police responded Jan. 7 to a report of breaking or entering at Handee Wash Laundromat, 542 W. Hillsboro. The owner of the business said that someone broke into a storage building. No items were reported missing. Police recovered evidence from the scene.