From reports filed with the Arkadelphia Police Dept.

Arkadelphia Police

Thursday, Jan. 21

Police were dispatched to the 1000 block of Caddo Street, where a resident said he came in from work to find his front door open. Stolen were an Xbox 360 and a game, valued at $230.

Wednesday, Jan. 20

Police were dispatched to the 600 block of South 22nd Street in reference to a domestic disturbance involving two women calling each other vulgar names. Upon police arrival, the suspect, Kellie Roberts, 30, of 121 Texas Road, continued to curse at the complainant and, after being told several times to leave, was arrested for disorderly conduct.
The owner of a tire shop on the 700 block of South Seventh Street reported finding a window shattered at his business.
An Arkadelphia man reported that someone got a credit card in his name without his authorization. He said he never received a card or knew anything about it until he checked his credit report. The credit card company told him his balance was $24,000.

Tuesday, Jan. 19

A resident of the 1300 block of O’Connell Street reported breaking and entering to her vehicle. The passenger window of her van was broken out, and a purse was taken.
A Gurdon woman reported losing her wallet, which contained $100 cash and an identification card, at Walmart on Jan. 10.
Police were dispatched to Walmart in reference to a shoplifter. The store’s loss prevention officer said he witnessed Keith Alan Everett, 49, of 1415 Evans St., place four cans of compressed air into a bag. Everett was cited for shoplifting and released with a court date.
A resident of the 400 block of South 23rd Street reported that someone broke a window of his late mother’s vacant home. He said he had last visited the residence in December, and the perpetrators went through several boxes, stealing $5,000 worth of crystal glassware.
Police received a 911 call reporting a fight at 16th and Phillips streets. Upon arrival police discovered that the fight stemmed from two sisters arguing over a food stamp card. The suspect, who left the scene before police arrived, allegedly made purchases without her sister’s consent.

Monday, Jan. 18

A resident of the 900 block of South 27th Street reported the theft of a cell phone from her residence, and the suspect ran up $2,000 on the bill.