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NLR woman, 25, accused of threat

Little Rock police on Saturday evening arrested Jamie Miller, 25, of North Little Rock on a warrant for third-degree battery and first-degree terroristic threatening, a felony, according to an arrest report.

According to the report, the warrant for Miller's arrest was issued after a threat was made to kill a former employee of the apartment complex where she used to live. Miller is accused of fighting allegedly the employee with the assistance of another individual, the report said.

She was arrested at 4701 W. 65th St. Miller remained in the Pulaski County jail as of Sunday evening, according to an online roster of inmates.

Woman charged in parking lot incident

Little Rock police on Saturday arrested a 35-year-old Little Rock resident on misdemeanor charges of public intoxication and obstruction of governmental operations, accusing her of standing in the parking lot of the Walmart Supercenter at 8801 Baseline Rd. threatening people and hitting cars, according to the arrest report.

According to an arrest report, police saw Maegan Baker fall over several times and slur her words. She was arrested without incident but gave officers another last name several times, the report said.

She did not appear on a roster of Pulaski County jail inmates on Sunday evening.

Broken windows lead to LR arrest

Little Rock police on Saturday evening arrested James Floyd, 42, of Little Rock on a felony charge of first-degree criminal mischief after he was seen breaking windows on multiple businesses and vehicles at 16th Street and Martin Luther King Jr. Drive.

Floyd remained in the Pulaski County jail on Sunday evening without bail set.

Print Headline: Police Beat

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