Three arrested after call about SUV with guns; Plus other reports released Friday by JPD

JONESBORO, Ark. – Three people were arrested after being found with a stolen gun early Friday in Jonesboro, JPD reported.

At about 3:30 PM, JPD Officer Victor Garcia was dispatched to the 400-block of Melrose as the first responding officer to a call about subjects in a white SUV with guns.

Much of the report was redacted once he arrived, as the case is still an active investigation.

Daveyonn Alexander Berry, 24, Raven Samone Brown, 24, and Kayonta King, 26, all of Jonesboro, were arrested at the scene according to the JPD report. Charges included misdemeanor obstructing governmental operations and felony theft by receiving a firearm. All three were booked at Craighead County Detention Center.


Other reports released Friday by JPD

Two suspects broke windows out of a victim’s car around 4:30 AM Wednesday morning at the Gladiolus Apartments. The victim also was assaulted.

An unwanted person call early Friday at 600-E Cherry in Jonesboro led to a man with a felony warrant being arrested. Marques Allen Johnson, 38, was arrested on multiple warrants after police say he fled on foot. It happened after 1 AM.

A shooting was reported around midnight at the intersection of Easy Street and French Street in Jonesboro. A man said a vehicle pulled up and fired at least four gunshots. A black Dodge Charger, possibly with a spotlight, was the suspect vehicle. Three suspects, all near their early 20s in age, were listed in the report but their details were masked. The victim didn’t receive any gunshot injuries but was hospitalized with chest pain.

A suspect was stopped for reckless driving and found to be in possession of felony drugs, police said. Terrence King, 37, was arrested in the 10 PM hour at the 300-block of Olive Street Thursday night. Officer Trayce Williams noticed the dark colored passenger car traveling at a high rate of speed while weaving in and out of traffic on Johnson, which led to the stop. Authorities found cocaine and Ecstasy pills. King faces felony possession charges along with DWI, reckless driving, and revoked registration charges.

A report filed around 10 PM Thursday in Jonesboro indicates a suspect may have choked and punched one victim and then punched another. The location was masked but the suspect, said to be 17-18, faces a felony aggravated assault on a family or household member charge along with another possible assault charge.

A call around 8 PM about a man looking through windows of vehicles at a store led to police making an arrest for public intoxication. The location was not visible in the report. Jonathan Stewart Inman, 40, of Jonesboro, was arrested with a needle loaded with suspected meth on his person, the incident report said.

Authorities responded at about 7:30 PM Thursday to North Bridge Street in reference to threats with a firearm. Police were told that the suspect pointed a firearm at others in a threatening manner. The suspect, Cody Allan Carson, 22, was arrested for aggravated assault.

Police responded to a call of a suspect pointing a gun at victims after 6 PM at the 2200-block of East Johnson Avenue. Authorities questioned two suspects but no arrests were made.

A man was cited for criminal use of prohibited weapons/brass knuckles after police responded to an argument around 5 PM at the 900-block of East Word Avenue.

A report alleged a suspect pointed a firearm at a victim and punched her several times during the 4 PM hour Thursday at the 1800-block of Fairlane Avenue. The 18-year-old female had a busted lip when filing the report. No arrests were reported.

A suspect was accused of pointing a handgun at people in a car sometime after 2 PM at the intersection of East Johnson and Scott Street. The report said a man pulled up next to the vehicle and pointed a gun at them. JPD reviewed traffic cameras and found the suspect vehicle but no identifiable information was seen.

A residential burglary was reported between May 12 and May 14 at the 600-block of Bowling Lane. The victim said she had gotten out of the hospital and came home to find several items missing.

 

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