Police Report: Feb. 27-28

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. 27-28.

Feb. 27

  • Officers were called to Torreyson Library in response to a missing laptop at about 12:19 p.m. Officers spoke to library employee Alynne Rattler, 43, of Conway, who stated that the laptop was discovered missing during a shift change. Officers weren’t able to locate the laptop and estimated the missing value to be at $1000.
  • Student Mashhad Al Mashhad was issued a citation on at about 8:01 a.m. Officers stopped Mashhad because his tags were expired. When asked to provide his license, insurance and vehicle registration he told officers that he had none of that. Officers then told Mashhad that he was going to be cited for having no license, failing to pay registration fees and having no proof of insurance.
  • Nonstudent Courtney Ross, 21, of Conway was arrested for criminal trespass on at about 9:47 a.m. Officers stopped Ross because they found him speeding down Farris road. After officers ran Ross’s name, they found out that he was on the active ban list for UCA. While waiting in the police car, officers noticed that Ross was trying to destroy his marijuana. Officers then charged him with possession of a controlled substance.
  • Student Corderro Turner, 19, of Conway contacted officers in regards to his identity being stolen on at about 4:59 p.m. Turner told officers that his mother had informed him when she tried to do his taxes that someone had already filed a return in his name. Turner told officers that he does not know how someone got his identity and that he cannot do his taxes until the issue is resolved.

Feb. 28

  • Officers noticed a collision near the intersection of Donaghey Avenue and Erbach Street. Officers saw Carlo Correro Jr. crash his red Honda Pilot into Jason Jacovelli’s Dodge Ram. Neither of them were hurt. Correro was determined to be at fault because of his “failure to yield.”
  • Student Jacob W. Fero, 20, of Conway contacted officers about a medical incident on at about 9:03 a.m. Fero told officers that he had been sick and feeling weak for a couple of days. Fero told officers that he would like to go to the hospital and was taken to Conway Regional Medical Center.
  • Student Sarah E. Lewter, 19, of Conway contacted officers about a hit and run on at about 9:43 a.m. Lewter told officers she parked her 2003 Honda Accord in the parking lot at Erbach Street Apartments. When she returned to her car, she noticed a large dent on the passenger side bumper. Officers estimated the damage to be about $600.
  • Nonstudent’s Marsha Cartwright, 39, of Conway and Charles Hale, 46, of Little Rock called officers about a car accident at about 12:37 p.m. Cartwright told officers that her 2010 Ford hit Hale’s Toyota Camry. Hale’s vehicle was illegally parked in a no parking area.
  • Student James Morris, 20, of Conway was in a car accident at about 3:30 p.m. An officer saw the crash as he was pulling out of the police station. The officer saw nonstudent William Repass back into Morris’s black motorcycle. Repass said that he did not notice anything behind him.

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