Weekend Police Reports

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

The following are reports from the Blytheville Police Department.

Friday, April 14

— Police took a harassment report in the 2200 block of Birch.

— Officers investigated an incident at Blytheville High School. A female student struck a male student in class.

— Police took an identity theft report ($378).

— Officers took a criminal mischief report (large window damaged) at Medical Plaza on North Division.

— Police took a theft report at Walmart.

Saturday, April 15

— Police arrested Ellis Woods, 54, on charges of reckless driving, fleeing, disorderly conduct and no seat belt at East Highway 18 and First Street. Woods’ vehicle was clocked at 78 miles per hour in a 30 miles per hour zone and didn’t stop for officers for several blocks, according to the report. During the stop, Woods reportedly said that he may need to get out of the car because he may have a gun in it. “I asked Woods, you may or you do?,” the report said. “He replied, ‘it is up to you, I feel like going to hell today.' Woods then dropped his right hand between the seats. I pulled my weapon and told him to keep his hands up. Woods raised his hands and was removed from the vehicle and taken to the ground, secured in cuffs and searched for weapons.”

— Police arrested Martin Wilson on domestic battery charges in the 700 block of East Main.

— Officers investigated a domestic battery in the 800 block of South Ruddle. The victim said she was holding her infant when the offender punched her.

— Police took a criminal mischief report (car door scratched) in the 800 block of Robindale.

— Officers investigated a battery report at Walker Park. The female victim said the female offender attacked her at the fair.

— Police took a theft report (stereo taken from truck) at Walker Park.

— Officers took a theft report at Tractor Supply.

— Police investigated a domestic battery report in the 1300 block of East Rose.

Sunday, April 16

— Police took a theft report (student’s school laptop taken from vehicle) at Walker Park.

— Officers took a domestic battery report in the 1400 block of South Elm. While being treated at Great River Medical Center, the victim told police that she gave her boyfriend a ride to his mother’s house with her 10-year-old son in the vehicle. After she dropped him off, her boyfriend allegedly threw an object that hit the driver’s side door hard enough to deploy the side airbags. The airbags injured both the victim and her son. The object hit the same side where the boy was sitting. The victim had a burn mark on her left elbow area and the boy had a bump on the left side of his head, the report said. The State Police Crimes Against Children was contacted.

— Officers took a criminal mischief report (dents on vehicle) in the 500 block of East Cherry.

— Police investigated a commercial burglary at Sonic on North Sixth.

— Police took a theft report at Walmart.

— Police investigated a battery report in the 500 block of Parkway.

— Police took a terroristic threatening report in the 900 block of South 16th.

mbrasfield@blythevillecourier.com