Reports released Friday by JPD detail a Dollar General robbery, several alleged aggravated assault, and more that kept police busy as the week winded down.
A report indicates someone vandalized a 2011 Chevy Malibu by putting ketchup all over the vehicle. The incident was reported between 8:30 PM and 9:30 PM Wednesday at the 3400-block of Dayton Ave.
- A vehicle break-in was reported Thursday morning at the 200-block of Sun Circle.
- A vehicle break-in was reported before 6 AM Friday at the 1900-block of Leigh
- The rear passenger window of a vehicle was broken between Thursday night and Friday morning at the 300-block of N. Fisher Street.
A report on Thursday indicates an alleged victim discovered a loan obtained in their name illegally from back in July. The report says a suspect used the victim’s social security number to get the loan.
A Thursday afternoon report indicates a suspect fraudulently obtained a $2,000 payment from a victim’s credit card.
A report Thursday afternoon alleges a suspect pulled up to a victim and pointed a gun at the victim as they walked along the roadway. It was reported between 2 PM and 2:30 PM at the intersection of Race and Red Wolf Boulevard. The suspect’s name and ID were masked, with the only details visible being that he was a 32-year-old black male with longer hair, 5’8″, 210 pounds, medium build and brown eyes. The suspect was known to the alleged victim. The suspect left the scene in a red Chrysler passenger car.
A road rage incident reported after 5 PM Thursday at I-555 and Washington Avenue allegedly involved a suspect waving a gun during the tense incident. The man did not point the gun at the victim, per the report. No arrests or charges were listed.
A Thursday night fight led to an aggravated assault arrest at the 1100-block of South Culberhouse. Police were dispatched to a fight that happened between 7:25 PM and 8:11 PM. A suspect allegedly pointed a gun at a 17-year-old male victim. Travis Pope, 21, of Blytheville, was arrested.
An aggravated robbery case was under investigation Thursday night after an incident at Dollar General, 5900-block of East Johnson Avenue. The report said a suspect came, pointed a gun, and stole money. Two victims were at the store; 19 and 21 year-old females. One of the victims told police there was a silver car parked in the lot when she pulled up to the store. She observed a black male run out of the store and point a handgun at her, telling her not to say anything. Multiple different bills were reported stolen.
A 5-year-old called 911 to report a man attacking his mother early Friday around 2 AM. The man had allegedly pushed the woman to the ground, causing her to hit her head. Marvel Lewis, 38, was arrested for domestic battering and violating a no contact order. He was also found to have an active FTA warrant.
An early Friday traffic stop resulted in a felony arrest for several charges after the suspect tried to flee, a report said. Around 4:29 AM near Medallion Circle/Medallion Drive, Jeffery A. Vaulner was arrested for possession of drug paraphernalia (felony), felony absconding, and misdemeanors for possession, improper equipment and fleeing.