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Sherwood burglary leads to 2 arrests

Sherwood police on Sunday arrested two men in connection with the burglary of a residence at Kiehl Avenue and Thomas Street, according to arrest reports.

Marlon Christopher Raglin, 30, of Sherwood was arrested on two felony charges of residential burglary and theft of property after police responded to a caller alerting them to an active burglary involving a box-type U-Haul. The caller said three television sets were stolen along with other items, according to an arrest report.

Raglin told police he took the televisions because they belonged to him, the report said, but the caller told police the items were stolen from other bedrooms that belonged to other individuals who live there.

Jeremaih Solathian Nuniss of Little Rock, who turned 26 on Monday, also was arrested. He faces charges of possession of a Schedule VI controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia, tampering with evidence and possession of a prohibited article at a correctional facility. According to an arrest report, Nuniss told police he did not exit the U-Haul.

Police reported smelling marijuana during the interaction with Nuniss, who told police he had some marijuana on him and reportedly dumped a small bag of a green leafy substance, according to the report. Marijuana also was found in Nuniss' possession during a search at the Pulaski County jail.

Raglin remained in the Pulaski County jail on Monday evening with bail set at $5,000. Nuniss did not appear on a jail roster.

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Police arrest man in vehicle break-in

Little Rock Police arrested a homeless man early Tuesday morning who they say was breaking into and stealing from vehicles at a hotel parking lot, according to an arrest report.

Police responded to the Holiday Inn at 600 Interstate 30 just before 3:20 a.m., where Laonard Jordan, 55, was found inside of the front passenger seat of a vehicle with a broken out window, the report said.

Jordan was found to be in possession of a bicycle stolen from a vehicle and was taken to the Pulaski County jail, according to the report.

He is held on $7,500 bond and is charged with felony theft of property and felony breaking or entering a vehicle.

LR man charged with drug counts

Little Rock police on Sunday afternoon arrested Nicholas Deketh Smith, 26, of Little Rock on two felony charges of possession of methyl​enedioxy​methamphetamine, commonly known as ecstasy or molly, with intent to deliver and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Smith was arrested at 13450 W. Baseline Road after police initially responded to the scene of a possible pedestrian accident. A woman told police that Smith pushed her out of his moving vehicle, causing her to be run over.

Smith was detained after police stopped him as he was driving westbound on Baseline Road. A search of Smith's vehicle found about 53 multicolored pills, along with a black digital scale, police reported.

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

NLR police charge man in drug case

North Little Rock police arrested Elizah Charles Johnston of Little Rock shortly after midnight Sunday on one felony count of possession of a Schedule II controlled substance with purpose to deliver and one misdemeanor count of possession of a Schedule VI controlled substance with purpose to deliver.

Johnston was arrested at 2200 W. 16th St. after police responded to a report of a man waving a gun around. Upon arrival, police reported that Johnston had a black firearm that was later discovered to be a B.B. gun.

During a search of Johnston and his scooter, police found what they suspected to be marijuana and crystal methamphetamine.

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

Print Headline: Police Beat

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