Police Report: March 3-8

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 March 3-8.

March 3:

  • No reports filed.

March 4:

  • No reports filed.

March 5:

  • No reports filed.

March 6:

  • An officer heard student Kersyln D. Robinson, 20, yelling and cursing north of State Hall at her boyfriend, student Brione Laquinten Davis, 19, at about 8 p.m. Robinson shoved Davis, and Davis yelled at Robinson to “leave me the **** alone.” The officer attempted to talk to Davis, but he walked away. Robinson was detained and charged with Disorderly Conduct.
  • Student Alondra Hernandez, 21, reported her BMW’s passenger side front grille as missing at 11:53 a.m. Hernandez said the grille was intact when she left her house in the morning around 8:00 a.m. and was missing when she returned to her vehicle around 11:00 a.m.

March 7:

  • At 1:14 a.m., two officers went to Bear Village to investigate a report of students smoking marijuana. The officers smelled marijuana at the apartment’s closed door. They knocked on the door and rang the doorbell for ten minutes before student Chelsea N. Davis, 21, answered the door while wearing a towel. When Davis opened the door, the smell of marijuana became stronger to the officers. Students Ashli Nicole Beals, 21, and Sarah Elizabeth Purdiman, 22, were in the apartment, along with three men. When questioned, Davis said someone she didn’t know had been in the apartment earlier. She said she and her boyfriend had been in the shower, and when they came out to answer the door, the room smelled like weed. Davis’s skin and hair were dry, and her boyfriend was fully clothed. One officer asked everyone in the apartment why it took so long for the door to be answered. He said he would search the apartment unless somebody handed over the contraband. Davis revealed a half-smoked blunt from under a couch cushion, which the officers destroyed.
  • Nonstudent Carl Tyson, 26, was detained when a patrolling officer saw him wrestling Bears Den security in the Bears Den parking lot at 1:37 a.m. The officer turned on his sirens and lights to disperse the crowd, exited his car and began to handcuff Tyson. Tyson initially resisted, but began complying. Tyson smelled of alcohol and had bloodshot eyes. After being detained by the UCA police, Tyson was transferred into the custody of Conway police.

March 8:

  • Student Krisuantha Zhane Gibbs, 19, was reported unresponsive in Carmichael Hall at 1:55 a.m. Students Elizabeth Anne Verser, 19, Khadajaih Latrese Nelson, 18, and Miracle Ann Swanagan, 19, met the officer and told her which room Gibbs was in. The room smelled strongly of alcohol and vomit, and Gibbs was lying on the floor. The officer shook Gibbs, who was able to tell the officer that she had to vomit, so the officer rolled Gibbs on her side so she could. Gibbs was transported to Conway Regional. Nelson, Verser and Swanagan said they didn’t know where Gibbs had been, but they saw her stagger down the hall and into her room. Nelson and Verser tried to help Gibbs into bed, but Gibbs couldn’t stand up without falling or vomiting. Nelson and Verser said they cleaned up the bathroom and bedroom where Gibbs had vomited. Swanagan had called the police when Gibbs became unresponsive.
  • Students Rebecca D. Ryan, 19, and Nathaniel A. Weston, 28, had a car collision in the Lewis Science Center parking lot at 8:06 a.m. Weston said he was backing out of a parking space when he hit Ryan’s car. The estimated costs of damage are $350 to Ryan’s car and $150 to Weston’s.
  • Student Kersyln D. Robinson, 20, called police saying that her roommates, students Jessica Lynne Steele, 21, and Rachel Lynn Lewis, 20, had taken her key to her New Hall dorm room. Robinson said she had lent her key to her boyfriend, student Brione Laquinten Davis, 19, so he would have access to her room while she was out of town. Steele said she and Lewis had found, not stolen, the keys. Lewis and Steele said Davis comes and goes as he pleases, and he stayed the night before, when Robinson wasn’t there, so they didn’t feel safe. Lewis and Steele gave Davis’ keys to an officer. Davis was banned from New Hall. When questioned later, Davis said he did not stay the night, and Steele had let him in that morning.
  • An officer heard five gunshots fired near Erbach apartments at 10:43 pm. The officer investigated the area, then questioned Stephen Ardeneaux, who said he saw a white car leave the shooting area and go west. The officer then met two women who said they saw a white car and silver car shooting. The officer then saw the white car, which the women immediately identified. At gunpoint, the officer ordered the car occupants to exit the car and get on the ground. No gun was found on their persons. Several shell casings were found along the eastbound lane of Erbach.

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