Police Report: March 23-25

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 23-25.

March 23

  • Nonstudent DeMarcus Johnson, 25, of De Witt was detained by officers after a fight at Bears Den on Sunday at about 2:05 a.m. When officers arrived, Johnson and a group of people were yelling at the Bears Den staff. Officers told Johnson to stop, and when he continued to yell at the staff, he was handcuffed and detained. After Johnson calmed down, he apologized for his behavior and was released with no charges filed.
  • Student Kendall Toney, 18, of Conway had his car broken in to on Sunday at about 6:25 a.m. While on patrol in the parking lot of the HPER center, officers noticed a white 2000 model Monte Carlo had been broken in to. The dashboard was ripped out of the car, the fuse box panel was laying on the drivers side floor, and the radio was missing. Officers also noticed blood on the dashboard.

March 24

  • Student Jack Spradling, 24, of Conway and nonstudent James Tipton, 25, of Maumelle were drunk in public on Monday at about 2:17 a.m. While on patrol on campus, officers noticed Spradling and Tipton sitting in a car behind the Phi Sig house. They were speaking very loudly and their words were slurred. Officers smelled alcohol on them. When asked to step out of the car, officers noticed Spradling had trouble standing and needed the car for balance. He also had difficulty talking to the officer. Tipton was having similar problems. They both admitted to drinking at the Bears Den.They were both released into the care of a sober friend.
  • Student Aaliyah Barnett, 19, of Conway told officers on Monday that her car had been broken in to. Barnett told officers that she parked her car in the parking lot of the HPER center on Saturday, and that when she returned to her car the next day she noticed that her iPod, car jack, and lug wrench were missing. Officers estimate the iPod at $150, the car jack at $30 and the lug wrench at $10.

March 25

  • No Reports Filed



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