Woman arrested for stabbing; Vehicles stolen from auction; More reports released Monday by JPD

A Jonesboro Police Department patrol car. Photo by Stan Morris.

Here is a summary of police activity over the weekend in Jonesboro.

Vehicle break-ins

  • Between 2 AM and 7 AM Friday at the 1100-block of Mays
  • Between 9 PM Thursday and 10:39 AM Friday at the 400-block of Habitat Cove
  • Between 2 AM and 8 AM Saturday at the 900-block of Jonathan, a car window was broken, wallet stolen
  • Between 9 AM Friday and 10 AM Saturday at the 500-block of N. Culberhouse, a suspect entered a lot, broke into vehicles, and attempted to steal a vehicle
  • Between 7 AM Friday and 8 AM Saturday at the 1800-block of Mitzi Lane
  • Around 2:30 AM Sunday at the 2500-block of East Johnson Avenue
  • Between 10 PM Saturday and 9 AM Sunday at the 200-block of Richmond Avenue.
  • Around 10:20 PM Sunday at the 900-block of Sweetheart Lane

Someone broke into a residence between 10/13 and 10/30 at the 1800-block of Covey Drive and stole a washer and dryer from the unit.

A vehicle was reported stolen at about 12:41 PM Friday from the 2000-block of West Nettleton Avenue.

A woman pulled over to feed what she thought was a stray dog Friday only to have a man at the address come out with what she initially thought was a pistol with a silencer on it. She called the police. Turns out, it was an impact wrench with a socket on the end. Obviously, no arrests came from the incident.

A bag of meth with an estimated street value of $2,000 was found between noon and 1 PM Friday at the 300-block of West Matthews Avenue.

A suspect was arrested for forgery and theft by receiving after the police report said he tried to forge a check at Simmons Bank Friday afternoon. Ronnie Lee Jones, 50, of Trumann, was arrested.

A report early Saturday in Jonesboro indicated that a suspect allegedly broke into a victim’s home and was arrested for felony residential burglary AND criminal mischief, misdemeanor public intox, criminal trespass, assault in the third degree, and possession of alcohol by a minor. Police responded to a residential burglary in progress call at the 600-block of W Washington Avenue before 4 AM. Jacob Wesley Slayton, 20, of Jonesboro, was arrested.

A man was arrested on allegations he struck a female victim several times and refused to allow her to leave the car. Tracy Dannell Tripp, 20, of Little Rock, was arrested for kidnapping, violation of a protection order, resisting arrest, and on a FTA warrant.

A stabbing report Saturday night took place at the 3800-block of Willow Road. The victim suffered a laceration to the right side of his lower back just above the buttocks and while it was severe, it wasn’t thought to be life threatening by responding officers. Nakicia Nechell Williams, 39, of Jonesboro, was arrested for felony battery and misdemeanors including contempt of court.

A man was arrested Saturday night after being caught on construction property allegedly stealing shingles. He was found to have meth on him, the report said. Brandon T. Reece, 39, of Jonesboro, was arrested.

Suspects broke the front window of a house sometime around 9 PM Saturday (location masked) and stole a Trump 2020 flag.

A man was arrested for felony terroristic threatening and aggravated assault after an incident around 1 AM Sunday in Jonesboro. Most details in the report were masked. John E. Mccarroll, 38, of Jonesboro, was arrested.

A gate was cut at Jonesboro Auto Auction early Sunday and two vehicles were stolen. Two more thefts were attempted unsuccessfully, the report said. A black 2007 Mercury Mariner and a silver 2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee were not recovered, the report said.

A suspect entered a residence at the 1100-block of Vine Street and hid from officers early Sunday before being arrested, according to a report. Around 3 AM, Steven Dewayne Daniels, 54, of Jonesboro, was arrested for residential burglary, theft, and resisting arrest.

A residential burglary was reported at the 400-block of N. Patrick Street on Sunday. It had taken place between 10/27 and 11/1.

A catalytic converter theft happened between 2 PM Saturday and 7 AM Sunday at the 900-block of East Parker Road.

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