Police Reports: November 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 November 6-7.


November 6

  • Student Shanquelia Summerville, 18, reported at about 12:42 p.m. that she had gotten in an argument with nonstudent Jariq Ball, 19, and that Ball had destroyed some of her property after the argument. Summerville said Ball was sleeping in her Denny Hall dorm. Summerville said after class she returned to her dorm and woke Ball to talk to him. They got into an argument, and after Summerville said what she wanted, she lied on the bed. Summerville said Ball then grabbed her legs and tried to drag her out of bed, and she kicked Ball, who then threw her laptop at her TV. Summerville didn’t want to press charges, and Ball was banned from campus. The TV had a big dent and a cracked screen, and was valued at $600. The laptop had a side piece broken off, valued at $20 of damage.
  • Police were dispatched at about 1:47 p.m. to Schichtl Hall to tow a vehicle parked in the Carmichael Hall Resident Coordinator’s reserved parking spot. The white 2012 Nissan Maxima belonged to Jill Jones, who was unable to be contacted, and the vehicle was towed.
  • Students Jennie Rice, 21, and Kyle Kennedy, 18, were in a car accident in the lot east of the HPER at about 2:08 p.m. Rice said she was trying to park her car when she hit Kennedy’s car. Rice had damage to the front bumper and passenger head light, and Kennedy had damage to the driver side rear bumper and truck bed. Rice’s damage was estimated to be $300, and Kennedy’s was estimated at $100.
  • Snow Fine Arts Resident Master Kondwani Phwandaphwanda, 45, reported at about 8:30 p.m. that someone had parked in his reserved space. The responding officer could not contact the white Toyota Highlander’s owner, student Xixin Lin, 20, and the vehicle was towed.


November 7

  • Nonstudent Regina Hawkins, 44, was arrested as part of a warrant assist at about 4:06 p.m., after a traffic stop at Mitchell Street and Martin Street. Hawkins had a suspended driver’s license and a warrant out of Conway Police Department for Contempt of Court/Failure to Pay Fines. The warrant was confirmed and Hawkins was arrested.
  • Student Whitney Burr, 18, reported at about 4:57 p.m. that her car that she’d parked in the Farris Center lot had its rear window shattered by a foul ball from the baseball game. Burr said she parked her car on November 5 around noon, and was contacted on November 7 around 4:42 p.m. about her window. The damage was estimated at $150.
  • Student Branson Shaffer, 22, was parked in Officer Thomas Baldwin’s reserved parking spot at Bear Village building 9. His vehicle was towed at about 8:15 p.m.
  • Student Derrel Drayer, 20, was issued a J-Board citation for possession of marijuana, after an officer searched Drayer’s car at about 8:25 p.m. after smelling coming from it. The officer was on bike patrol around South Boulevard and the Baldridge apartments when he smelled the marijuana and approached Drayer. The search revealed a Colt Commander pistol BB gun behind the driver’s seat. Drayer said he uses it to hunt squirrels, but didn’t know when squirrel hunting season is. The car also had a black back with 27 burnt marijuana cigarettes, also known as roaches. Drayer was charged with possession of a controlled substance. The roaches were destroyed.
  • Students Emmanuel Downs, 22, Jaqueline Howell, 18, and Angel Gonzalez 20, and nonstudents Leza Price, 18, and Austin Taylor, 19, were cited for an alcohol violation at Bear Village at about 8:31 p.m. An officer saw Price get out of a parked vehicle with a bottle of rum and Taylor get out of the vehicle with a 24-pack of Bud Light. Downs exited the vehicle and placed a Bud Light atop the vehicle, and Howell and Gonzalez stepped out of the car. Downs was the only person over 21. The officer made the students pour out the alcohol. The officer didn’t have any Notification of UCA Ban Letters with him, so the nonstudents didn’t get banned, but were informed they would be banned if the officer had any more contact with him.

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