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October 22, 2018
El Dorado News Times


Police Log, 11-26-17

This article was published November 26, 2017 at 5:00 a.m.

City Arrests

• Mustafa A. Naqvi, 35, of 105 Tanglewood, was arrested Nov. 22 on a bench warrant for probation revocation.

• Alvin Hampton, 40, of 305 Pelham, appeared on Nov. 22 in 35th Judicial District Court on several felony and misdemeanor charges in which he was accused of striking a police officer and an employee of the Salvation Army, 419 S. Madison. Officers. On Nov. 21, officers were called to the Salvation Army, 419 S. Madison, in reference to an unwanted, intoxicated person. An employee told officers that Hampton had struck him in the face. Police said Hampton was standing in the roadway when they arrived, and as they attempted to speak with him, he began running south on Louise toward Hillsboro. A foot chase ensued, with police issuing several commands for Hampton to stop, according to a police report. They said Hampton eventually stopped running but did not comply with commands to stop walking away from officers. Police said Hampton yelled obscenities and remained “defiant and non-compliant” as they attempted to take his statement. They said Hampton confronted them “in an aggressive manner,” and began fighting with them, striking an officer in the right cheek. Police said Hampton remained combative as they tried to place him in wrist restraints and take him to the ground. When officers deployed a taser to subdue Hampton, they said he tried to dislodge the prongs from his chest and continued behaving aggressively. Police subsequently placed Hampton in wrist restraints and placed him inside a patrol unit. They said he issued terroristic threats against several officers and their families while en route to the Union County Jail. Hampton faces charges of second-degree battery on a police officer, four counts of terroristic threatening, third-degree battery, public intoxication, resisting arrest, and disorderly conduct. He received a $100,000 cash-only bond during his first appearance in district court.

• Dianna M. Cutter, 41, 2212 Houston, was arrested on Nov. 20 on a Washington County warrant for violation of probation.

City Reports

• A woman told police on Nov. 24 that someone entered her vehicle at her residence in the 1100 block of Martin Luther King Boulevard and stole the CD player. The woman said she did not believe the vehicle was locked when the theft occurred.

• A man reported on Nov. 23 that a relative issued terroristic threats against the complainant’s daughter on a social media website.

• A clerk at Rainbow Food Mart, 1010 S. Washington, told police on Nov. 23 that a customer issued a terroristic threat at the business. Then he ordered the man to leave the business because the man was harassing customers. He said the suspect then issued the terroristic threat and left the business.

• A man told police on Nov. 22 that someone entered his truck at his residence in the 900 block of Norsworthy and stole a leaf blower and chainsaw.

• A woman reported on Nov. 22 the theft of her vehicle — a black, 2011 Volkswagon Jetta — from the parking lot of Walmart Supercenter, 2730 N. West Ave. The woman said she left the vehicle unlocked and the key inside.

• A man told police on Nov. 21 that someone forged two checks, totaling $125.37, on his account. The man said the suspect(s) attempted to forge a third check two weeks’ prior at a local business, and an employee there contacted him. A suspect has been identified, according to a police report.

• On Nov. 20, a man reported the theft of a leaf blower, weed eater and cooler from his storage shed at his residence in the 1000 block of West Oak. He noted that the cooler was stolen two weeks prior to the Nov. 20 incident.

• An employee of Dollar General, 2024 N. West Ave., reported on Nov. 20 that a woman passed $500 worth of counterfeit bills at the business. The suspect reportedly used 5 counterfeit $100 bills in two transactions on Nov. 19 to purchase two pre-paid debit cards.

• A woman told police on Nov. 19 that someone attempted to break into two storage buildings at a rent house in the 300 block of North Madison. No items were missing from either building, but both buildings had been damaged, the complainant said. She said the suspect(s) also rummaged through her vehicle on the property. She noted that the vehicle was purposely left unlocked and was not in use. The woman said someone attempted to break into one of the storage buildings the previous week, and she reported the incident to police.

• On Nov. 18, a man reported that two 22-caliber, Chipmunk Rifles were missing from his residence in the 100 block of East Monroe. He said there were no signs of forced entry into the residence.

• The owner of El Dorado Printing, 332 S. Washington, told police on Nov. 17 that a man forged a check in the amount of $392.36 to pay for services at the business. He said the forgery occurred on Nov. 3.

• On Nov. 17, a woman told police that someone fraudulently used her identification to open two accounts, one with AT&T and the other with DISH Network. She said the accounts were delinquent, with balances of $349 and $1,185, respectively.

• A man reported on Nov. 17 the theft of several items — a cellphone, watch and several jars containing change —from his residence in the 300 block of North David Avenue.

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