Police Report: Feb. 6-7

The following information was taken from incident reports filed by officers at UCAPD. The reports are made available by university police after they are approved by a supervisor. That process takes a few days, which delays our report. This is a complete report of incidents filed for Feb. 6-7.

Feb. 6:

  • Students Haley D. Winebrenner, 21, of Conway and Billy M. Harris, 21, of Conway contacted police to report that Winebrenner’s car had been damaged on Thursday at approximately 8:09 a.m. Harris said that due to the ground being slippery from the ice, he accidentally hit Winebrenner’s car. The damage to both cars is estimated at four hundred dollars.

Feb. 7:

  • Student Kordarryl D. Williams, 21, of Conway contacted the fire department and asked them to send someone to his room on Friday at approximately 4:00 p.m. Williams said that he was making fried chicken and when he finished he thought he turned the stove off, when in fact he accidentally turned it on high. While eating his food in his room he heard the fire alarm go off and saw the grease was on fire. He put the fire out with the extinguisher and the fire department arrived shortly after. Damages were estimated to be over two thousand dollars. Williams and his roommates will be housed somewhere else until their room is fixed.
  • Student Sheikh E. Faal, 20, of Conway contacted officers about a traffic accident on Friday at about 9:35 p.m. Faal told officers that he lost control of his car and it slid up on the curb and became stuck. Officers had the car towed.
  • Student Kayla Wilson, 22, of Conway contacted officers about a car accident in the parking lot of the First Security Bank on Friday at 9:29 p.m. Due to the bad weather and a previous accident, officers did not get to the scene until 10:20 p.m. When they talked to Wilson, she told officers that she got all the information from the other driver and wanted a motor vehicle collision report.
  • Nonstudent Rodney O. Irons, 35, of Jacksonville contacted officers about a hit and run on Friday at about 9:53 p.m. Irons said that he was waiting for the light to turn green when he was hit from behind. The driver of the other car was student Matthew C. Sanders, 21, of Jacksonville. Irons said he told Sanders that they couldn’t just exchange information because his truck was a company truck and he would have to file a police report. When Irons tried to get the nearby officers attention, Sanders left the scene.
  • Officers were were called to the scene of a car crash involving students Dillon L. Wilson, 21, of Conway and Kalon T. Robinson-Goodman, 19, of Conway. Robinson-Goodman was driving in a roundabout when he lost control of his car in the snow and crashed into Wilson.

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