From reports filed at the Arkadelphia Police Dept. and Clark County Sheriff's Office.

Arkadelphia Police Department

Sunday, Dec. 21

Breaking and entering to a vending machine at 529 S. Ninth St. was reported. Between $200-$300 was reported stolen. Ruel Lee White, 44, of 113 S. 25th St., and Jeffery Ward Bolin, 38, of 200 Razorback Road, were listed as suspects. They were arrested on unrelated warrants.

Saturday, Dec. 20

John A. King, 47, of 3021 W. Pine St., was arrested at Pine and 13th streets for driving with a suspended license and a warrant for probation revocation. He was also charged with obstructing governmental operations after allegedly providing a false identity to police.

A discount store employee reported shoplifting. Four bottles of perfume were reported stolen, and three females were seen acting suspiciously.

A restaurant employee reported that her car had been broken into while she was at work. Items reported stolen included a purse, cash, debit and credit cards and other personal documents.

Friday, Dec. 19

Tommy Lance Gray, 34, of 115 S. Wood Road, was arrested for domestic disturbance after having an altercation with his ex-wife. He was also issued a warrant service for larceny.

Employees of an Arkadelphia motel reported being scammed out of $5,000 after the suspect told them he would renovate the motel but needed money up front for materials.

A Delight woman reported domestic battery and breaking and entering to the motel room she was staying in.

Thursday, Dec. 18

A resident of the 2700 block of Lynwood Drive reported the theft of his Chevrolet Caprice.

A resident of the 200 block of Main Street reported a window being broken in his apartment.

Clark County Sheriff's Office

Sunday, Dec. 21

A resident of the 100 block of Serenity Road, Arkadelphia, reported being hit in the back of the head with a pool cue at Country Club.

Domestic disturbance was reported at Blaze Lane, Amity.

Saturday, Dec. 20

Domestic disturbance was reported at the 100 block of Texas Road, Texville.

A resident of Amber Lane, Gurdon, reported the theft of his .357 semi-automatic pistol, worth $800.

Adam Drew Wilhite, 20, of Hazen, was arrested near the 63 mile-marker of the eastbound lane of Interstate 30 for criminal impersonation in the first degree. Wilhite reportedly used sirens and blue lights, equipped with his vehicle, to speed. Police confiscated the emergency equipment, along with a shirt that displayed the word “police.”

Friday, Dec. 19

A Prescott man reported having a vehicle accident on the Little Missouri River bridge at the Clark and Nevada county line.

Pamela A. Murphy, no age listed, of 105 N. Dodson St., Arkadelphia, was arrested on two warrants for violation of the Arkansas Hot Check Law.

Two logging companies of Caddo Gap reported that someone had shot and damaged $4,800 worth of logging equipment at Frazier Road.