Friday, June 4, 2010

SANITATION DHR


SANITATION DEPARTMENT


WEEKLY REPORT


 

Prepared by: Victor L. Jordan

Date: 6-7-10


 

Weekly Activities:

Monday 5-31-10

Closed for Memorial Day


 

Tuesday 6-1-10

Began the regular Lakeview trash route at 4:00am

Started the clean up of debris left from the demolition of King Solomon Church, the debris was used for fill at the Landfill

Completed the King Solomon clean up

Replaced the fan belt on unit 21

Washed and serviced units 21, 24, 26, 27, 29 and 30

Delivered carts to 1008 Cherry and 120 Avalon Place

Replaced carts at 209 Westwood and 320 North 10th

Picked up boxes from Sonic 3 loads, Wendy's, Beech Crest, Central High, JF Wahl, Watson Flowers, Juengel Interiors, Family Dollar, Corner Market, Conoco Helena Crossing, Conoco West Acres and Kidney Care

Total tonnage from 5-28-10 54.53

Total tonnage taken to Landfill 54.45


 

Wednesday 6-2-10

Began the regular trash route at 4:00am

Serviced the fluid on unit 29

Started the demolition of a burned house on the corner of Sam and Bonanza

Completed the demolition on Sam and Bonanza

Completed the demolition of 827 Alabama

Completed the demolition of 823 Bennet

Started the demolition of 233 Bonanza

Charged the air conditioning systems on units 26 and 27

Replaced the battery on the Supervisors gray chevy pick up

Serviced the air conditioning unit on the box shop Dodge pick up

Picked up 4 yard dumpster from Fonzie's Jazz and Blues Club

Picked up carts from 256 Desoto, 428 Desoto, 307 Desoto, 355 Coanza, 3 Baringo Court, 456 Desoto and 420 South Coanza

Delivered a cart to 613 Oakland

Picked up boxes from Sonic, Wendy's, Central High, Watson Flowers, Kidney Care, Pit Stop, Payless Shoes, House of Fashion, Factory Connection, West Helena Furniture, Conoco Helena Crossing, Corner Market, West Helena Fish Market, Helena National Bank and JF Wahl

Total tonnage taken to Landfill 38.21


 

Thursday 6-3-10

Began the regular trash route at 4:00am

Replaced air line and adjusted brakes on unit 26

Removed the cylinder on unit 30 and installed it on unit 28, it is the shop for repair, a new cylinder has been ordered

Serviced the mini track hoe

Repaired the hydraulic lever on unit 30

Took Auto Car diesel tractor to the Landfill

Removed transmission out of the white chevy flat bed

Took black dually to Jacks transmission repair

Cleaned and serviced the dozer and returned it to Browns Rental

Delivered carts to 917 Ohio, 1073 Arkansas, Fonzie Jazz Club, 236 Joe Brady Drive, 1223 Perry and 1200 Porter

Replaced carts at 514 Poplar, 207 East Ridge, 516 Perry and 116 St. Patrick

Picked up carts from 227 North 5th, 232 North 5th,408 Persimmons Alley, 501 Poplar, 1116 Cherry and 104 Pinewood

Picked up boxes from Sonic, Wendy's, Corner Market, Food Pantry, Central High, Dixie Furniture, Conoco Helena Crossing, Beech Crest and Watson Flowers

Total tonnage taken to Landfill 21.04


 

Friday 6-4-10

Began the regular trash route at 4:00am

Removed the dumpsters from the Gospel Festival

Picked up carts from 327 North 7th, 203 South 7th, 198 South 7th, 568 Kentucky,232 South 4th, 113 South 5th, 126 North 5th, 308 North 5th, 320 North 5th, 203 North 6th, 709 St. Regis, 208 North 6th, 138 North 6th, 139 North 6th

Picked up boxes from Sonic, Wendy's, Corner Market, Conoco Helena Crossing, Kidney Care, Cato's, Beauty Mania and JF Wahl

Started the demolition of 433 Columbia owned by Johnsons Studio

Total tonnage not yet complete at report time


 


 

FOLLOW UP ACTIVITIES:

Completing the Washington Street drainage project

Writing estimates for Code Enforcement

Completing the dirt work projects on Arkansas Street

Selling the processed paper to the bidder

Unit 25 still under repair


 

FUTURE ACTIVITIES:

Completing plans for the Sims ditch project

Working with ADEQ on plastic recycling

Razing dilapidated structures


 

STAFF CONCERNS:

No major staff concerns at this time

ADMINISTRATION WEEKLY DHR 6-7-10

CITY OF HELENA WEST HELENA, ARKANSAS
JAMES F. VALLEY, MAYOR
(870)817-4035 CELL PHONE
_________________________________________________________________________________ 
ADMINISTRATION WEEKLY DHR - 06/01/2010  PREPARED BY:  MARK A. PRICE, COS; DANA J. FLOWERS, AA; AND BELINDA COVINGTON, PA.

SPECIFIC WEEKLY ACTIVITIES

MONDAY:
  • MEMORIAL DAY

TUESDAY: 
  • DEPARTMENT HEAD MEETING
  • BANK OF OZARK STATEMENTS SUPPLIED TO AUDITORS
  • AUDITORS WORKING ON PLAZA
  • JOB EVALUATION DOCUMENTATION GIVEN TO DHs
  • COORDINATION OF PIPELINE WORKERS' EVENT
  • CHECKED POs
  • DEATH NOTIFICATION PROTOCOL 

WEDNESDAY:
  • AFRICAN AMERICAN LUNCHEON
  • CHECKED POs
  • APPROVED VARIOUS PURCHASES
  • PLANNED LUNCHEON FOR AFRICAN AMERICAN BUSINESS OWNERS
  • RELAY FOR LIFE BASS TOURNAMENT SCHEDULED FOR JUNE 5TH

THURSDAY:`
  • GROWING HEALTH COMMUNITIES TEAM MEETING
  • SUPPLIED SAMPLE QUESTIONS FOR FIRE EXAM
  • CHECKED POs
  • RETURNED REQUEST FOR NEW BULBS FOR TRAFFIC LIGHTS TO ARKANSAS HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT
  • ASKED FOR 3 NEW TRAFFIC SIGNALS TO REPLACE AGING ONES FROM AHTD
  • WORKED ON JUNE 15TH COUNCIL AGENDA
  • G&K (PETER KRAFT) OFFERED TO MATCH LOWEST UNIFORM BID

 FRIDAY:

  • NEW G&K PROPOSAL
  • MID DELTA DISTRIBUTED COMMODITIES
  • ATTENDED CENTRAL GRADUATION

FUTURE WEEKLY ACTIVITIES:
  • PIPELINE WORKERS' EVENT
  • TRAVEL REIMBURSEMENT FORMS
  • UNIFORM CONTRACT
  • OVERNIGHT TRAVEL APPLICATION FORMS

FOLLOW UP ACTIVITIES:
  • DEATH NOTIFICATION PROTOCOL - WHAT IS IT?
  • ANNEXATION -- ISLANDS
  • ANNEXATION -- GENERALLY
  • STREET PAVEMENT AND DRAINAGE PLANS
  • CITY COUNCIL REQUESTS FOR INFORMATION
  • ENSURE THAT BOOK IS ACCURATE FOR G&K DELIVERIES
  • PLANNING COMMISSION MINUTES FOR COUNCIL MEMBERS
  • VEHICLE LISTING FOR COUNCIL MEMBERS
  • SCRAP IRON RECEIPTS FOR COCA COLA BUILDING FOR COUNCIL MEMBERS

STAFF CONCERNS/ISSUES:
CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION: TBA
  • PLANNING COMMISSION: TBA
  • A & P COMMISSION: TBA
  • WATER -- ADVERTISED OPEN POSITION
  • POLICE HAS SEVERAL OPEN OFFICER SLOTS
  • FIRE DEPARTMENT HAS TWO OPEN FIREFIGHTER SLOTS
  • SANITATION NEEDS ONE MORE STAFF PERSON
  • 98 PLAZA STREET SITE NEEDS JANITORIAL CARETAKER (ADD TO BW'S DUTIES/PERMIT OVERTIME)
  • HISTORIC DISTRICT COMMISSION -- MAKE ASSESSMENT OF MEMBERS AND ATTENDANCE
  • ALL COMMISSIONS -- CHECK ON TERM EXPIRATION(S)

DHR 6-7-10

June 1, 2010 – June 4, 2010

Code Enforcement Weekly Report


 

Department: Code Enforcement

Date:      June 7, 2010

Prepared by: Joshua McIntosh & Patrick Allen

Code Enforcement Officers


 

Unresolved Business


 

  • 527 Beech St- Edward & Vera Boyd- Pending Affidavit
  • 145 S. 9th- contacted lawn care provider to cut
  • Addressing issue of continual non compliance with issuing Affidavits
  • 330 N 6th- Charles Graham due to raze property and clear debris.
  • 757 Saint St.- JW White- Contract to demolish
  • 323 S Desota St.- - completed demolition-awaiting landfill charge
    • 529 Word- Contracted to clean up- $215.00 – pending approval
    • 408 Valley Dr.- $400 quote to demolish and remove to landfill
    • Lot 33 Eli J Lewis Div-Anderson Stephen & Jane Ellen-pending notification of billing.
  • Finding a solution for controlling stray dogs.
    • Cherry St; Kentucky; Cooke; Anderson; 8th St; 3rd St
    • Dogs having puppies; concerned about it
    • Call Humane Society –Janell Cobs- 816-5979 or 572-2902


 

Special Weekly Activities


 

  • Reviewing Cases to close out and update.
  • Conducted Business License Inspections
    • Received list of lots to ID- per Street Dept.- Continuing to compile cost and verify responsible owners
    • Wilbros Construction
      • Spoke with Jeff Borches of Vice Pres. – 713-403-8062
      • Inquired regarding sub-leasing to Construction Company pending more information.

Numbered List for Mowing & Code Enforcement
 

    (All past due invoices pending Affidavits)

  • 1.) Across Valley Beauty Shop- Block 64 Lot 4,5,6 -William Earnest James-8 hours - $620.00/$387.50Inv
    • 4/1/10- .1hour- $77.50
    • 4/13/10-1hour-$77.50
  • 2.) Across Pettis Memorial Church – Block 74- 4 hours -$310.00
    • 4/1/10- .45hour- $58.13
    • 4/13/10-.45hour-$58.13
      • Lot 11-Robert Quick
      • Lot 12-Amanda & Wilson Jones
      • Lot 13-Johnny Lee
  • 3.) Next door Pettis Memorial Nursery (Blue Building)-3 hours
    -$232.50
    • 4/13/10- 1.5hour- $115.25
  • 4.) Lot next to Mrs. Simes (next to 338 S Washington)- Lot 19 Block 83; Sublime Investments-1 hour - $77.50
  • 5.) Lot Behind 51 Lambert – Lot 210 Desoto Heights Gary Lynch- 1
    hour
    - $77.50Inv
    • 4/26/10- .45hour- $58.13
  • 7.) Lot in curve South & Washington/ Lot in curve across Gilcrest house South & Washington – South Park Subdivision- $77.50Inv
    • Lot 1- Linda Shannon
    • Lot 2- Bessie Kirkwood
    • Lot 3- Gwen Jones
    • Lot 4- Lewis Ellis
  • 8.) Lot behind Willie B. Warren on Coanza- 1.5 hours -$116.25/$77.50Inv
    • 4/27/10- .30hour- $38.75
  • 9.) Lot on North side of 1219 Cherry St. – 1 hour - $77.50
    • 5/5/10- .30hour- $38.75
  • 10.) Lot 300 Block South 5th St-1.5 hours - $116.25Inv
    • 4/12/10- .30hour- $38.75
    • 4/28/10- .30hour- $38.75
    • 5/7/10-.30hour- $38.75
    • 5/5/10- .30hour- $38.75
  • 11.) Lot corner Popular & Porter- 1 hour - $77.50Inv
    • 3/12/10- .30hour- $38.75
    • 4/1/10- .30hour- $38.75
    • 5/3/10- .30hour- $38.75
  • 12.) 500 Block Rightor behind Old Safeway- .5 hour
    - $38.25Inv
    • 3/12/10- .30hour- $38.75
    • 4/12/10- .30hour- $38.75
  • 13.) 500 Block Rightor behind PC housing- Rogerline & Gloria Johnson-.5 hour - $38.25Inv-corrected 01/06
    • 4/12/10- .30hour- $38.75
    • 4/28/10- .30hour- $38.75
  • 14.) Corner York & Pecan- .5 hour - $38.75Inv

    • 4/12/10- .30hour- $38.75
    • 4/28/10- .30hour- $38.75
  • 15.) 400BlkElm (Southside)across from Credit Union- 262 E1/2 Phillips Gp-3.5 hours - $271.25/$116.25Inv
    • 4/12/10- 1hour- $77.50
  • 16.) 400 Block Elm (Northside) next to Credit Union -124-125 Phillips Group- 2 hours - $155.00
    • 4/12/10- .30hour- $38.75
    • 4/28/10- .30hour- $38.75
  • 17.) 100 Block Frank Frost – 3 hours - $232.50
  • 18.) 200 Block St Francis at Arkansas (Southside)- 1.5 hours - $116.25
    • 4/9/10- .30hour- $38.75
    • 5/3/10- .30hour- $38.75
  • 20.) Corner Pecan and Jefferson (Eastside) – 1 hour - $77.50
    • 5/7/10-1hour-$77.50
  • 21.) South East Corner Lot Park & Ashlar-1 hour - $77.50
  • 22.) S W. Corner Park & Ashlar- Q. Jackson- Lot 1 Blk 70- 1 hour - $77.50
    • 3/3/10- .30hour- $38.75
    • 5/10/10- .30hour- $38.75
  • 23.) 5/10/10- .30hour- $38.75
  • 24.) Lot North of 334 South Coanza- Leola Green- Lot 18 Block 71-1.5 hours - $116.25        
  • 25.) Oakland Btwn Suddenlink office and Satellite Station-1 hr - $77.50
    • 5/13/10- .30hour-37.75
  • 26.) 5/11/10-Behind 595 Grand Ave. - .30hour- $38.75
    • 4/15/10- .30hour- $38.75
  • 27.) 5/11/10- Next to 530 S. Valley Dr.- .30hour- $38.75
    • 4/15/10- .30hour- $38.75
  • 28.) 4/12/10-
    .30hour- $38.75
    • 5/11/10- .30hour- $38.75
  • 29.) 4/13/10- .2.5 hours- $193.75
  • 30.)
    4/13/10- .30hour- $38.75
    • 4/29/10- .30hour- $38.75
  • 31.) Corner lot Pecan & Mcdonough - .5 hour - $38.75
  • 32.) 181 Oakland – Robert Titus-5 hour - $387.50
    • 5/3/10- .30hour- $38.75
  • 33.) 144 Military Rd.- Robert Titus-
    2 hours - $155.00


    • 4/27/10- .30hour- $38.75

New Lots

  • 35.) 149 South Baringo St. -.45 hour- $58.13
    • 4/29/10- .45hour- $58.13
  • 36.) Hwy 49 &Russell/Devilla- 2.5 hour- $193.75
  • 37.) South Side on Aaron St.- .30hours- $38.75
  • 38.) North Side on Aaron St.-.30hours- $38.75


 


 


 


 

Request for Extension


 

  • none


 

Complaints by Citizens


 

  • See Excel Report


 

Cited Vehicle


 

  • See Excel Report


Fuel

  • GMC Truck – $44.00

Letters Mailed

  • See Excel Report

Lots with piles of debris


 

  • 727 Pecan St.- owner
  • Joe Brady Dr. owner
  • 1172 Ohio St.- owner


 

Abandoned House List for City Council –
submitted to

Daily World in public notice


 

  • 216 Beech St.- Johnny Williams
  • 1433 Perry Ext. – Augusta Mckinney
  • 100 Neil Rd.- Roberts,
  • 339 S. 6th St. – James Barton
  • 316 Jefferson St.
  • 743 Aaron St.- Jordan Redd
  • Miron Billingsley-
    • 1158 Ohio St.-
    • 1160 Ohio St.-


 

Lien, Citation, or Affidavit Issued


 

  • Bobby Jones-Blk 35 Lot 22(Corner of S 8th & Cleburne)


 


 


 

Future Weekly Activities


 

  • Attend various commissions.
  • Volunteers wanting to participate In community clean up projects
  • Membership Renewal- American Association of Code Enforcement
  • Floodplain Manager Renewal due by June.
  • Meeting to discuss policy and procedures for Occupational Licenses that are delinquent
  • HVAC/R- Re-certification- Registered for July 1- in Jonesboro
  • Update file with current businesses requiring Occupational Licenses
  • Zoning Meeting – Van Tungeln to discuss city website


 

Follow-up Activities


 

  • Focus on Lots and clean up efforts
  • Review Cases to Close Out and Update
  • Contact Railroad Company regarding overgrown grass
  • Canvassing neighborhoods
  • Invoices for demolished properties
  • Proposed adopting of Mechanical ordinance- Per City Attorney


 

Staff Concerns


 

  • none


 


 


 

  

Code Enforcement

Case Date

Property Owner

Property Address

City

Notes

Letter

Assigned To

Group: Chapter 5.12- Maintenance of Real Property

6/4/2010

Kimberly Price & Brandon Ferre

671 Cooke ST.

West Helena

Overgrown Lawn & property clean up .5 - 20 - 2010 2ND Notice. 3RD. notice,affidavit pending

No

Joshua McIntosh

6/4/2010

Cora Beck

155 HWY 44

Helena

Tag house & property clean up

Yes

Joshua McIntosh

6/4/2010

Truman Rice

810, 812, 804, 802 Walker ST

Helena

Overgrown lawns. APT. 808 broken into

Yes

Joshua McIntosh

6/4/2010

Timothy McCarley

529 Miller

Helena

House broken into. 6/4/10 Lawncare

Yes

Joshua McIntosh

6/4/2010

Terry W & Janie Leslie

522 Poplar ST.

Helena

Overgrown Lawn.2ND notice 6/ 4/ 10

  

Joshua McIntosh

6/4/2010

BOBBY JONES

CORNER OF 8TH & CLEBURNE

West Helena

THIS PROPERTY HAS BEEN CLEANED BY THE CITY WITH SIGNED CONTRACT BUT PAYMENT WAS NEVER MADE.

Yes

Patrick Allen

6/2/2010

STEPHEN ANDERSON & JANE ELLEN

CORNER OF PERRY & OAKLAND

Helena

THIS PROPERTY HAS BEEN CLEANED BY THE CITY FOR THE PAST FEW YEARS.

  

Joshua McIntosh

Group Total: 7

Total Records: 7


 


 


 

  

Permit Enforcement

Permit Date

Business Name

Business Address

Owner Name

Expires

Assigned To

  

Group:

6/2/2010

STEVEN IVY

233 FORD STREET CLARKSDALE MS 38614

STEVEN IVY

12/31/2010

Patrick Allen

  

Group Total: 1

  

Group: Hair Care

6/2/2010

HEALTHY HAIR SPECIALTY SALON AND SPA

1245 PERRY ST

NIGERA BENNETT

12/31/2010

Joshua McIntosh

  

Group Total: 1

  

Total Records: 2


 


 


 


 

Police DHR 06/07/2010

Police (DHR) June 7, 2010

Helena-West Helena Police Department

“We Serve, We Care”

Date: June 7, 2010

Reporting Dates: May 27-June 2, 2010

Prepared Dates: Office Manager, Records & Communication

Crime Data

Disturbance: 73

Burglary: 07

Stolen Vehicle: 00

Alarm: 23

Escort: 20

Missing Person: 00

Communication Center

Dispatch / Call Intake

Landline: 2,133

911 Calls: 535

Officers Weekly Gas Usage

$1,505.49

Bond & Fine

$4,979.00

Vehicle Status

Unit 01/ Out of Service/ Front End

Unit 13 / Out of Service/ Transmission

Officer Contacts

Tickets: 54

Arrest: 30

Affidavits: 12

Reports: 38

Accident: 06

Building Checks: 554

Officer Response to Citizens / Contacts: 524

Uniform Patrol Division

Shift 1/ Target Areas (DAY)

20 Citations

12 Disturbances

08 Misdemeanor Arrest

33 Traffic Stops

38 Building Checks

Shift 2 / Target Areas (Evening)

11 Citations

24 Disturbances

06 Misdemeanor Arrest

18 Traffic Stops

182 Building Checks

Shift 3 / Target Areas (Day)

12 Citations

18 Disturbances

05 Misdemeanor Arrest

21Traffic Stops

143 Building Checks

Shift 4 / Target Areas (Evening)

14 Citations

19 Disturbances

11 Misdemeanor Arrest

22 Traffic Stops

191 Building Checks

Domestic Violence

Staff Concerns / Advocate

Tickets Issued for reporting period

DWI: 00(Year to Date: 17)

Suspended D/L: 04

Possession Controlled Substance: 00

Speeding: 10

Loud Music: 03

Seat Belt: 09

Stop Sign Violation: 11

No Insurance: 06

No Vehicle Registration: 04

Specific Weekly Activities

Click it or Ticket it / Seatbelt Violation

Anger Management / Training

Captain Meeting/ Mental Health Issues

Projects

False Alarms/ Compliances

DWI/ Task Force

Drug Awareness / City Schools

Underage Drinking Coalition / City Schools

Youth Services / Little Rock

Campus Crime Prevention/ City Schools

Domestic Violence / Task Force

National Night Out/ Police & Community Partnership

Up and Coming Activities

Graduation / ALETA/ June 18

Save the Children / Beechcrest / June 22

Domestic Violence / Meeting/ June 24

Omega Little Brothers/ June 28

Special Training

Mid-South Summer School / Community Awareness/ June 7-12

Alcohol & Substance Abuse Conference / Utah/ July29-30

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District Court Weekly DHR (6/07/10)

WEEKLY DEPARTMENT REPORT

(Period of May 28 – June 3, 2010)

Department: Helena-West Helena District Court

Date:    June 7, 2010

Prepared by:     Linda Danley

SPECIFIC WEEKLY ACTIVITIES:

May 28 – June 3, 2010 - Processed civil and small claims actions as received; input traffic violations and criminal actions into court database in preparation for arraignment; prepared scheduled traffic violations and criminal actions for bench trial; processed warrants of arrest issued by the court; and reported dispositions to Arkansas Driver Control.

May 28, 2010 - Plea/Arraignment & Review Docket

    Total number of cases scheduled - 151

May 31, 2010 – Office closed (Memorial Day)

Wed., June 2, 2010 (9:00 A.M.) – Civil & Small Claims Hearings/Trials

    Total number of cases scheduled – 6 civil actions.

Thurs., June 3, 2010 (9:00 A.M.) - Bench Trials on Traffic Violations

    Total number of cases scheduled – 34

Thurs., May 27, 2010 (1:30 P.M.) - Bench Trials on Criminal Actions

    Total number of cases scheduled – 30

---------------------------------------------------------------

Breakdown of Traffic and Criminal Actions

Resolved During the Period of May 28 – June 3, 2010

Jurisdiction: City of Helena-West Helena

Finding 

Criminal 

Juvenile 

Traffic 

Total 

BF

  

DM 

  

 

10 

NG 

  

NP 

11 

 

19 

TF 

   

TOTAL 

14 

 

24 

41 

Jurisdiction: Highway Police "Z" Tickets

Finding 

Criminal 

Total 

BF 

TOTAL 

Jurisdiction: Phillips County

Finding 

Criminal 

Juvenile 

Traffic 

Total 

BF 

 

1

33

34

DM 

1

  

1

2

 

14

16

NP 

2

 

12

14

TOTAL 

5

1

59

65

ALL JURISDICTIONS:

Findings

Criminal

Juvenile

Traffic

Total

BF

 

1

43

44

DM

2

  

2

G

3

 

23

26

NG

1

  

1

NP

13

2

18

33

TF

 

1

 

1

TOTAL

19

4

84

107

KEY

BF – Bond Forfeited

NP – Nolle Prosequi

DM – Dismissed

TF – Transferred

G – Guilty

 

NG – Not Guilty 

 

__________________________________

Jail Roster

(May 28 – June 3, 2010)

Name 

Case# 

Arrest

Date 

Release/

Sent. Date 

Disposition 

Johnson, Joseph

CR-10-1564

6/02/10

 

Set for plea on 6/04/10.

King, Lakevis 

CR-09-2478

CR-09-2778

Served

while in

jail on other charges.

 

Appeared before the court 5/27/10. Set for trial on 6/10/10. To hire an attorney.

Kirkwood, Wanda

CR-10-1559

CR-10-1560

6/01/10

 

Set for plea on 6/04/10.

Manuel, Monique

CR-10-1570

CR-10-1571

CR-10-1572

CR-10-1573

6/03/10

 

Set for plea on 6/04/10.

Mitchell, Willie

CR-08-1842

CR-09-4023

CR-09-4024

CR-09-4078 

6/03/10

6/03/10

Set for plea on 6/04/10.

Moody, Lakeithon

CR-10-1328

CR-10-1654

Served while in jail on other charges

 

Plea of not guilty on 5/21/10. Trial set for 6/03/10. Case continued to 6/10/10 on 6/03/10.

FUTURE WEEKLY ACTIVITIES:

• Fri., June 4, 2010 (9:00 a.m.) – Plea/Arraignment

• Thurs., June 10, 2010 (9:00 a.m.) – Bench Trials on Traffic Violations

• Thurs., June 10, 2010 (1:30 p.m.) – Bench Trials on Criminal Actions

• Fri., June 11, 2010 (9:00 a.m.) – Plea/Arraignment

• Wed., June 16, 2010 – Civil and Small Claims Hearings/Trials

• Thurs., June 17, 2010 (9:00 a.m.) – Bench Trials on Traffic Violations

• Thurs., June 17, 2010 (1:30 p.m.) – Bench Trials on Criminal Actions

• Fri., June 18, 2010 (9:00 a.m.) – No Court (Municipal League Conference)

• Thurs., June 24, 2010(9:00 a.m.) – Bench Trials on Traffic Violations

• Thurs., June 24, 2010 (1:30 p.m.) – Bench Trials on Criminal Actions

• Fri., June 25, 2010 (9:00 a.m.) – Plea/Arraignment

FOLLOW-UP ACTIVITIES:

• Enter dispositions into court database of cases brought before the court on June 4, 2010 (Plea/Arraignment) until completed.

• Process warrants of arrest as directed by the court.

• Process civil and small claims actions as they are received.

• Input new citations and criminal actions as they are received from Records into database in preparation for court.

• Prepare pending actions for trial.

• Prepare abstract of the court's disposition of all cases for Arkansas Driver Control.

STAFF CONCERNS/ISSUES:

• Replace computer monitor.

• Complete installation and set up of court server.

• Training for dispatch personnel on use of Virtual Justice (court software).