No arrests after police respond to boxer Jermain Taylor's home

A Pulaski County sheriff's office vehicle sits behind the gate of boxer Jermain Taylor's home Wednesday morning.

Authorities responded Wednesday to boxer Jermain Taylor's residence in Pulaski County after a 911 call but did not make any arrests.

Roxanne Sarah Walker, 30 of North Little Rock, made the call about 10:45 a.m. saying that a brick had been thrown through the window of her vehicle by Taylor and she was bleeding, Lt. Carl Minden with the Pulaski County sheriff's office said.

Taylor told police he threw the brick at Walker's car because she drove toward him, according to Minden.

Walker had small cuts to her elbow and damage to her vehicle, and Taylor had no injuries, according to a Pulaski County sheriff's office report. Walker was treated at the scene and released.

The report stated that Taylor and Walker are acquaintances.

Minden said there was not enough evidence to make any arrests and that both Taylor and Walker were referred to the prosecuting attorney.

Taylor earlier this month pleaded innocent to charges filed after his cousin was injured in a shooting at the home, 1 Vintage Drive outside North Little Rock.

The cousin, identified in a Pulaski County sheriff's office report as Tyrone Dawayne Hinton, 41, was found at a nearby Dollar General store in that Aug. 26 incident. He suffered injuries that initially left him in serious condition.

Taylor faces charges of first-degree battery and first-degree terroristic threatening in that case. He's set to go on trial in June.


An ambulance leaves Jermain Taylor's home Wednesday morning


FILE - Boxer Jermain Taylor leaves circuit court in Little Rock on Monday, Dec. 8, 2014.