Police Reports: October 29-November 2

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 October 29-November 2.


October 29

  • Students Jamal Richardson, 20, and Justin Morgan, 18, were in a car accident in the parking lot west of the Farris Center at about 5:17 p.m. Student Jessica Boyd, 20, witnessed the accident, and said she saw Morgan heading west at a fast speed and collided with Richardson after making a right turn. Morgan said he felt Richardson was close to the middle of the straight-away, and Richardson said he was on the correct side of the road. Morgan was found to be at fault for careless driving and failure to yield. The damage of each vehicle was estimated at $250.
  • Nonstudent Brittany Boone, 22, was arrested for a DWI at about 2:16 a.m. An officer noticed the taillight of Boone’s Toyota Corolla was out, then noticed the car swerving in its lane, driving repeatedly into the bike lane, driving onto a curb, stopping at the intersection of Farris Road and Dave Ward Drive and entering the intersection on a red light. The officer pulled Boone over into the Centennial Bank parking lot. In the lot, Boone stopped and started moving several times before pulling into a parking spot. When asked for her driver’s license, insurance and registration, Boone gave her driver’s license but forgot about her insurance and registration. The car smelled of alcohol and there was an open box of Coors Light beer in the back seat, several empty cans behind the drivers seat and an opened can in the center console. Boone agreed to a breathalyzer test, but couldn’t comprehend the instructions. Boone was asked if she wanted to continue to the next test, and she refused. Boone was taken to UCAPD under suspicion of DWI. Boone was issued citations for DWI Refusal, Refusal to Submit to Chemical Tests, Careless Driving and No Seat-belt.
  • Student Lamar Williams, 24, reported at about 10 p.m. that he had lost his phone, a Samsung Galaxy Note 4. Williams said at 7 p.m. he was at the UCA intramural fields for a game, and about an hour later returned to his car, where he noticed he didn’t have his phone. Williams returned to where he placed the phone, but it was gone.
  • Student Monique Casey, 18, was cited for a drug and alcohol violation after an officer on foot patrol smelled marijuana coming from her car in the parking lot east of the Physical Plant at about 11:38 p.m. Casey’s car had two “roaches,” a bong and a nearly empty bottle of vodka. The alcohol was poured out and the bong and roaches were destroyed.


October 30

  • Students Marquell Moore, 18, and Jordan Parker, 18, were issued J-Board citations for smoking marijuana in a Hughes Hall dorm room when the RA informed police of marijuana odor emanating from the room. Both students initially said they had no marijuana, and that “someone who stopped by” had smoked in the room. Parker eventually handed over three grams of marijuana and a digital scale. The marijuana was destroyed and the scale was confiscated.
  • Student Joshua Warren, 20, reported at about 2:33 p.m. that he had lost his backpack the previous day, on October 29. Warren said he was on campus October 29 from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m., and was in the Student Center before moving to the amphitheater. He described the backpack as grey with a large rip in the bottom, with the letters “NY” on the bottom of the backpack in red. The backpack had a science lab textbook, a personal finance textbook and a wallet belonging to Jordan Andrews that Warren had found and tried to return.
  • Student Savannah Riddle, 18, reported at about 5:17 p.m. that her vehicle’s sunroof was shattered by a baseball after she’d parked it by the baseball field. The responding officer said parking near a baseball field is at the driver’s own risk, then gave her the name of staff member Darrell Walsh so she could speak with him about possibly getting a reimbursement.


October 31

  • Student Bethany Thweatt, 19, reported at about 3:34 p.m. that her bicycle was being tampered with. Thweatt said she chained her bike to the rack north of Denney Hall on October 15 around 3 p.m., and returned on October 19 around 7 p.m., where she noticed her seat was missing. Thweatt said she chained the same bike to the same rack on October 24 around 11 p.m., returned on October 31 around 1:45 p.m., and noticed someone had expelled air from her tires. Thweatt said she has no enemies and doesn’t know who would do this to her.
  • Students Emily Humphreys, 18, Shelbey Lisko, 20, Alyssa Beaver, 20, Madison Alaggio, 19, and Jordan Mahan, 20, were cited for underage drinking at about 11:07 p.m. An officer saw the students in a car in the Speech Pathology parking lot. All five students admitted to being underage and to drinking. The four bottles of alcohol were poured out and the students were issued citations.
  • Students Dylan Wilson, 20, and Michael Hawkins, 21, were given J-Board citations for alcohol violation when an officer working security at the Sig Ep house saw them carrying ice chests toward the house at about 11:58 p.m. The officer was at the main entrance when Hawkins and Wilson approached from the house’s north side. The officer made eye contact with Hawkins, who turned around and told Wilson not to go that way. The officer went to the north end of the house where he saw Hawkins had jumped the fence and was reaching back for the ice chest. Hawkins immediately began saying he was 21 years old and had beer in the chest. Hawkins’ ice chest had eight beers, a bottle of vodka and an opened bottle of whiskey. Wilson’s ice chest had seven beers. Hawkins poured out all the alcohol.


November 1

  • Students Guoqiang Chen, 23, and Catherine Miller, 25, were in a car accident north of Carmichael Hall at about 2:18 p.m. Miller was dropping some friends off while at one of the parking meters in front of Carmichael Hall. Chen said Miller was parked halfway in the road and halfway in the meter spot. Chen waited about 10 seconds before crossing the double-yellow line to pass Miller, then one of Miller’s doors opened, hitting his vehicle and breaking off his driver side mirror. The officer told Miller that she needs to face the flow of traffic when parking at the meters, and told Chen that he should not cross a double-yellow line. The damage to the vehicles was estimated at $50 each.
  • Student Reggie Mega, 18, reported at about 2:12 p.m. that he had been harassed on October 31 around 8 p.m. in the Hughes Hall parking lot. Mega said he was walking back to his dorm when he heard someone yelling his name. Mega said he knew who was yelling and began to walk another direction to avoid confrontation. He said the man and his friends began yelling at him, saying, “Punk bitch,” “ugly ass,” and “Do you want me to come down there and suck your balls?” One of the men, wearing a ninja mask, threw a water bottle at him, which struck his right hip. Mega said he knew the men were students Anthony Charles, 18, Kalen Hutchinson, 19, and Rodrequiz Frazier, 18. Mega said he thinks the men are bullying him because he’s not “black enough” and his sexuality is being challenged. Mega couldn’t identify who was wearing the mask, but said he thought it was one of the three men. Mega did not press charges.


November 2

  • Nonstudent Lametrianna Lafayette, 19, was arrested as part of a warrant assist after police investigated a domestic dispute occurring at Stadium Park Apartments at about 1:04 p.m. Lafayette was loudly arguing with student Martavis Moore, 20, about women’s phone numbers in Moore’s phone contacts. Lafayette and Moore both said they had not hit each other. When the officer performed a warrant check on Lafayette and Moore, Lafayette was found to have a warrant out of Conway for Battery in the 3rd Degree, and was on the list of people banned from UCA campus. Lafayette was arrested for the warrant and criminal trespass.
  • Student Mithounavanh Kongmany, 32, reported at about 2:43 p.m. that, while walking north of Burdick Hall, a man exposed his penis to her. Kongmany said the tall, thin white man with brown or blond shoulder-length curly hair began walking to her, holding a skateboard in front of him. When he got closer, he moved the skateboard to reveal his penis hanging out of his pants. Kongmany said when she passed him, she looked back, and the man was standing and looking back at her.
  • Student Austin Fischer, 19, was arrested for drug possession after an officer pulled him over at about 9:53 p.m. for throwing trash out his car window. The officer smelled marijuana as he approached the vehicle, so he searched the car. The search revealed 30 white pills labeled with a V and the numbers 6161, a bag of marijuana and a glass pipe. Fischer was arrested and charged with possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia and littering.

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