By LEWIS DELAVAN / Staff writer
The Hot Springs Village police department made an arrest for domestic battery, as well as routine public assists and welfare checks, and worked a wide variety of other reported incidents.
An officer helped the fire department clear the old Cranford’s parking lot on Highway 5 to allow a LifeNet air ambulance to pick up an injured person.
An apron and a change purse found near the DeSoto recreation area were placed in lost-and-found.
An officer overheard a call about a residential fire on Pego Circle, and contacted the property owner onsite to verify that no one was inside. Flames were coming out a window upon arrival.
An officer helped secure a vehicle at the police training center parking lot. LifeNet picked up a patient, and the patient’s sister came to pick up her dog.
A white Pontiac without a proper pass entered the West Gate.
A Villager believes her ex-husband hacked into her phone and laptop, but had no proof that it was actually him who changed her passwords.
A white van reportedly dumped leaves on Remolino Circle.
An officer accompanied a process server who attempted to serve papers on Las Navas Lane.
An officer told a man at the East Gate he could get a week’s pass but would need to get his employer to call again for future weeks, or if he would be working in the Village for several months, to consider buying a work pass.
A driver in the ditch at Santa Maria and Toledo said she had missed her turn onto Toledo. Her Honda Accord had no damage.
An officer accompanied a Villager to her daughter’s home, which the daughter has left because her husband is reportedly usually drunk and violent.
A Villager told police he had sent $12,900 for a Craigslist listing for a 2011 Sun Tracker