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Mena Police Report for July 11TH - 17TH

 

 

Mena Police Department reports for the week of July 11th through July 17th, 2021

 

 

 

July 11

 

John Grigsby, 37, was charged with DWI and Careless or Prohibited Driving after a traffic stop on Highway 71.

 

David Sinyard, 45, was served with five warrants at the county jail.

 

A death investigation report was taken at a residence on Sarah Way.

 

July 12

 

Michael Curry, 34, Stacey Burnett, 35, and Kenneth Sipe, 43, were charged with theft of services after a complaint from Shelter Insurance.

 

A report of harassment was taken from a person at La villa.

 

A report of battery was taken at a residence on Warner Avenue.

 

July 13

 

A report of theft and criminal trespass was taken at a residence on Magnolia Avenue.

 

A report of a disturbance was taken in the parking lot of Country Express.

 

July 14

 

Joseph Stubbs, 45, was served with a warrant at the police department.

 

A report of criminal mischief was taken from a walk-in complainant.

 

A report of harassment was taken at a residence on 10th Street.

 

July 15

 

A report of financial identity fraud was taken from a walk-in complainant.

 

Tyler Cornelius, 27, was charged with Aggravated Assault and Carrying a Weapon after an assault call to Dallas Avenue.

 

July 16

 

A death investigation report was taken at a residence on 9th Street.

 

Jason Rosson, 39, was charged with Theft, Violation of a No-Contact Order and Obstructing Government Operations after a complaint from a walk-in complainant.

 

July 17

 

Shannon Shaw, 40, was charged with Possession of Meth after a stop on Deridder Street.

 

Kyleigh Johnson, 18, was served with a warrant at the police department.

 

Timothy Bass, 41, was served with a warrant after a traffic stop on Janssen Avenue.

 

A report of unauthorized use of a vehicle and violation of a no-contact order was taken from a walk-in complainant.

 

Matthew Miller, 39, was charged with Theft after a complaint at a residence on Magnolia Avenue.

 

All subjects should be considered innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

 

7-19-21 1:40 p.m. KAWX.ORG 

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