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Mena Police Department: October 11-17, 2015

October 11, 2015

A local man reported that someone had attempted to gain entry into his apartment by coming in through a bathroom window.  It was determined that the perpetrator did not get into the residence.  Case is pending.

October 12, 2105

Report was taken of a disagreement in a child custody case.

October 13, 2105

A Mena woman reported that while she was shopping at a local retail store someone cut wires and stole the blinkers from her motorcycle, and otherwise tampered with it.  Case is pending review of surveillance tapes.

A local woman reported that while she was out someone had put trash in front of her door, taped the lock, and put a blanket over the door.  Case is pending.

October 14, 2015

Report was taken of a gas-skip at a local convenience store.  Case is pending review of surveillance tapes.

Officers observed that a motorcycle had been moved from a vehicle lot and had some damage done.  Case is pending.

October 15, 2015

A local woman reported that her 17-year-old brother had stolen a knife from her room in their home.  The youth denied the charge.  Case is pending.

October 16, 2105

Report was filed regarding a custody issue between parents of a Mena child.  No charges have been filed.

October 17, 2015

Daymon Crider, 24, and Emily Callahan, 22, both of Mena, were charged with third degree battery after a call to a local residence.  Also charged in the incident with obstructing governmental operations and resisting arrest was Tyler Crider, 23, also of Mena.

A Mena man reported that another local man with whom he has had ongoing issues for some time had swerved his car into their lane, causing them to have to get into the turning lane to avoid a crash.  Case is pending.

Officers completed an additional six reports and worked four accidents.

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