Police report 11 arrests for week of April 2-8

Sergio Conner
April 15, 2018

"The first thing in my mind was just to save that baby... we wanted to make sure that the baby would not fall down".

The incident happened at the Joe Slovo informal settlement where a demolition process ran by the municipality was taking place. Half-a-dozen cops had lined up on the ground below him and one got up to talk the father down.

A man had climbed onto his shack in an attempt to prevent the structure from being destroyed.

Wendi Schuchardt, 40, of Marion, who joined the West Memphis police department in 2013, was sacked on March 28 after getting into a fight with guests at the Clarion Hotel, West Memphis Police Department Capt. Joe Baker said.

In a desperate bid to back them off, he threw the toddler off the shack, who fortunately landed on a cop's lap.

According to the Yorkville Police Department, 30-year-old Kimberly Rice of Boulevard St. was issued a citation for Operating an Uninsured Motor Vehicle.

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He said the authorities on the scene were calm during the drama and knew exactly what to do.

Humphrey said two immediate family members of the subject of the welfare check, later identified as Ronnie Lewis Miller III, 31, of Norman, had come to the police station and reported they were afraid of Miller.

She went to the hospital where her husband was in the intensive care unit.

The police officers will now testify in front of the judge on 4 May.

The former ODM legislator on Thursday appeared in a Nanyuki court to answer the charges.

The teenager's injuries were serious but he is now recovering well.

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