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Louisianian arrested in U-Haul truck theft

Little Rock police on Monday arrested Delaney Harris, 22, of St. Francisville, La., on a felony charge of theft by receiving at South Rodney Parham Road and Sunnymeade Drive, according to an arrest report, after officers said they spotted him driving a stolen U-Haul.

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Police reported that when interviewed, Harris said he did not know who rented the truck or when it was due.

He did not appear on a roster of Pulaski County jail inmates on Monday evening.

April chase, crash leads to LR arrest

Little Rock police on Monday morning arrested ReKardo Labarrie, 27, of Little Rock on felony charges of fleeing, possession of a firearm by certain persons and possession of a Schedule VI substance with purpose to deliver in connection with an April incident after warrants were issued for his arrest.

According to an arrest report, police on April 9 responded to 5915 W. 19th St. in reference to a narcotics violation, and when police made contact with Labarrie, he fled the area in a vehicle. After a crash, Labarrie continued to flee on foot, police reported. Marijuana and paraphernalia were recovered from the vehicle; police also recovered a firearm Labarrie had thrown from the vehicle, according to the report.

Labarrie was arrested at 600 W. Markham St., according to police. He remained in the Pulaski County jail on Monday evening in lieu of $12,500 bail.

LR man arrested in theft accusation

Little Rock police on Monday arrested Antanacio Ramos, 26, of Little Rock at a Walmart Supercenter located at 8801 Baseline Road on two felony counts of terroristic threatening, one misdemeanor count of fleeing and one misdemeanor count of refusal to submit to arrest after a Homeland Security officer told police that Ramos threatened him and his family while at an office of the Department of Motor Vehicles, according to an arrest report.

According to police, Ramos fled the area after the Homeland Security official told him he was under arrest. Ramos was later apprehended by the same officer in the area of the Walmart.

He remained in the Pulaski County jail on Monday evening without bail, according to an online inmate roster.

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