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. 1-4.
- Nonstudents Brandon R. King, 20 of Greenbrier and Blake A. Cummings, 22 of Maumelle were cited for smoking on campus and having alcohol on Saturday at 12:18 a.m. The officer stopped King and Cummings when he saw them smoking cigarettes in Oak Tree parking lots. The officer noticed they smelled of alcohol. King told the officer that he had a margarita. The officer then found out that King was under 21 and arrested him for being a minor in possession of alcohol. The officer gave them both a verbal warning.
- An off-duty UCAPD officer was threatened outside of Kum and Go at 1:05 a.m. The officer was in line, when he noticed Landon T. Willmuth, 22 of North Little Rock stealing cigarillos and a case of Powerade. The officer then stopped Willmuth from leaving the store. The officer was able to get Willmuth to return the stuff he stole and leave the store. Once the officer left the store, Willmuth and his friend Benjamin C. Dixon, 21 of Jacksonville were waiting for him. Willmuth then told the officer that he would “beat his ass.” When the officer identified himself as a cop, Willmuth said he didn’t care who he was, and he would kill him. The officer then called for back up and Willmuth and Dixon left the scene.
- Student Austin K. Lovelady, 18 of Conway was cited for DWI and careless driving at 1:48 a.m. The officer noticed Lovelady driving his yellow jeep erratically and decided to pull him over. Lovelady eventually pulled into the Conway Coin Laundry parking lot where he hit a white Chevrolet that belonged to student Michael H. Hearns, 22 of Lonoke. Officers saw that Lovelady had red, bloodshot, watery eyes and smelled of alcohol. Lovelady’s breathe alcohol content was .126.
- Student Jessica L. Avant, 25 of Conway contacted officers because she accidentally hit a green Kia Sportage that belonged to nonstudent Clayton J. Kardas, 21 of Magnolia at 10:58 am. Avant said she hit the car while trying to park. Officers estimate the damages at fifty dollars.
- Officers were sent to Estes Stadium to talk to students Sean C. Kelley, 21 of Conway and Samuel H. Brown, 19 of Conway about a accident in the parking lot. Brown said he was pulling out of his parking spot when he hit a 2007 Chevrolet pickup that belonged to Kelley. Officers estimate the damage to Kelley’s car to be 350 dollars and 150 dollars for Brown’s car.
- No reports filed.
- No reports filed.
- Student Saleh M. Algarea, 20 of Conway contacted officers Tuesday to report that his phone had been stolen. Algarea said that he had left his white Galaxy Note 2 in Christian Cafeteria the day before.