Friday, July 23, 2010

Code Enforcement DHR 7-26-2010

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One Contested School Board Race Develops in All Phillips County Public Schools

Christopher Franklin and Wilma (Wilbert) Edward Strotter will vie to hold the District 7 position on the Helena-West Helena School Board in the September election cycle. The Helena West Helena School District is also seeking to re-arrange its millage payments and extend the life of the payments by 17 years in order to gain access to $4 million dollars for needed renovations. 

The other public school districts either saw candidates unopposed or no candidate filed for office at all. Those districts are the Barton-Lexa (Lakeview) and Marvell-Elaine. In Barton, however, the board is seeking an increased millage to do some improvements within the district. 

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Honorable James F. Valley
MAYOR - Helena West Helena
P O Box 248
226 Perry Street
Helena-West Helena, 72342
501-291-1735 Main Number
870-817-7400 Phone
870-817-4035 Cell
800-517-7240 Fax

SANITATION DHR


SANITATION DEPARTMENT


WEEKLY REPORT


 

Prepared by: Victor L. Jordan

Date: 7-26-10


 

Weekly Activities:

Monday 7-19-10

Began the regular Lakeview trash route 4:00am

Washed and serviced the units 21, 24, 26, 27,28 and 30

Continued the demolition on Joe Brady

Tightened the retriever arm on unit 26

Repaired the hitch ball on the Chevy 3500 dually

Serviced fluid level on unit 21

Replaced the headlights on unit 27

Repaired the lift gate on unit 29

Delivered carts to 245 Coanza, 512 Market and 532 West Park

Picked up boxes from Sears, Conoco, Family Dollar, Sonic, Wendy's, Payless, Watson Flowers, Kidney Care, Conoco Helena Crossing and Kipp

Total tonnage taken to Landfill 7-16-10 37.56 Total tonnage 55.10


 

Tuesday 7-20-10

Began the regular trash route at 4:00am

Continued demolition on Joe Brady

Replaced tension pulley on unit 27, belt and pump shaft

Repaired flat on Supervisors truck

Delivered a cart to 234-C North 4th

Replaced a cart at 101 Center

Picked up carts at 615 Beech apt. C, 1404-B Porter, 1224 Pecan, 102 Stratton, 116 Pecan, 1127 Ohio, 716 Poplar, 1121 Walnut, 1123 Walnut

Picked up 2 yard dumpster at 206 East Ridge and returned to yard

Picked up boxes from Wendy's, Cato, Beauty Mania, Watson Flowers, Sears, Conoco, John Deere, Corner Market, Kipp, Bistro, Hoffinger and Pit Stop

Total tonnage taken to Landfill 32.84


 

Wednesday 7-21-10

Began the regular trash route at 4:00am

Continued the demolition on Joe Brady, we are now in the process of removing the slab

Removed the PTO pump on unit 21

Delivered carts to 237 Hernando, 131 Waverly Woods, 600 Grand Avenue and 615 Beech Apt. A

Replaced a cart at 1401 Porter

Picked up boxes from Sonic, Wendy's, Corner Market, Conoco Helena Crossing, Beauty Mania, Cato, Factory Connection, Kipp and Dixie Furniture

Total tonnage taken to Landfill 34.19


 

Thursday 7-22-10

Began the regular trash route at 4:00am

Continued the slab work on Joe Brady

Serviced the PTO on unit 30

Replaced a cart at 108 North Summit

Picked up boxes from Family Dollar, Hibbett Sports, West Helena Flowers, Watson Flowers, Kipp, Food Pantry, West End Liquor, Pit Stop, Bistro, Something Special and Conoco

Total tonnage taken to Landfill 40.70


 

Friday 7-23-10

Began the regular trash route at 4:00am

Continued removing the slab on Joe Brady

Picked up carts at 937 Norman and 1120 Walnut

Delivered a cart to 1002 Arkansas

Picked up boxes from Something Special, Hibbett Sports, Conoco, West End Liquor, Pit Stop, Corner Market, AT&T, Kwik Stop, Sears, Bistro, Graham Plumbing, Sonic, Wholesale Building and Wendy's

Total tonnage taken to Landfill, not complete at report time


 


 

FOLLOW UP ACTIVITIES:

Writing estimates for Code Enforcement

Completing the Washington Street drainage project

Selling the processed paper to the highest bidder

Unit 25 still out of service


 

FUTURE ACTIVITIES:

Razing dilapidated structures

Completing the Sims ditch project

Working with ADEQ on plastic recycling


 

STAFF CONCERNS:

No major staff concerns at this time

ADMINISTRATION WEEKLY DHR 7-26-10

CITY OF HELENA WEST HELENA, ARKANSAS
JAMES F. VALLEY, MAYOR
(870)817-4035 CELL PHONE
_________________________________________________________________________________ 
ADMINISTRATION WEEKLY DHR - 07/26/2010  PREPARED BY:  MARK A. PRICE, COS; DANA J. FLOWERS, AA; AND BELINDA COVINGTON, PA.

SPECIFIC WEEKLY ACTIVITIES

MONDAY:
  • ATTENDED DHM -- CHANTA MANSFIELD WAS IN CHARGE -- DISCUSSED EVALUATIONS AND ACTION PLANS IN DETAIL AND DHRs IN DETAIL TOO.
  • Power Outage from about Noon until 2:00 p.m. (Courthouse closed for the day)
  • Meeting with Munnie Jordan regarding ABHF. She is the Executive Director of the ABHF for the 2nd year. Meeting set with city council for tomorrow and DH's for Friday beginning at 9:00 a.m.
  • Met with Ronnie Smith regarding invoices
  • Met with Tony Davis regarding invoices
  • Met with Alco Edwards regarding invoices
  • Discussed various vendors and their ability to do business with city government

TUESDAY: 
  • AUDITORS WORKING ON PLAZA
  • REVIEW OF ORDINANCE 9-2009 (DEMOLITION OF STRUCTURES)
    • MADE ASSESSMENT OF PROGRESS ON SEVERAL STRUCTURES WHICH HAVE BEEN ASSIGNED TO VARIOUS VENDORS
    • HOLLY STREET
    • BENNETT STREET
    • SHORT COLUMBIA
    • SULPHER SPRINGS ROAD
    • JOE BRADY DRIVE
    • LINCOLN COURT
    • HERNANDO STREET
    • PERRY STREET
    • BARINGO STREET
    • VALLEY DRIVE

  • CHECKED POs
  • RE-SCHEDULED NEXT WEEK'S DHM FOR TUESDAY, 7/27/2010-MAYOR HAS CONFLICT ON MONDAY.
  • CANCELLED SCHEDULED MEETING BETWEEN CSC & POLICE - FIRE DEPARTMENTS
  • DISCUSSED MEETING WITH WILL TATE, CHAIR OF CSC. WILL SET A HEARING DATE SUFFICIENTLY IN ADVANCE FOR CSC MEMBERS, MR. MANNING, HIS LAWYER, CITY ATTORNEY, MAYOR AND FIRE CHIEF'S LAWYER AND WITNESSES.
  • SIGNED PAYROLL CHECKS AND CHECKS FOR VENDORS
  • INFORMED CITY COUNCIL THAT SANITATION DEPARTMENT WAS RAZING THE APARTMENTS AT JOE BRADY DRIVE. THIS PROPERLY HAS NOT BEEN CONDEMNED. INSTEAD THE PROPERLY OWNERS DESIRED THAT THE BURNED STRUCTURE BE DEMOLISHED. CUSTOMARY FEES ARE BEING CHARGED.
  • DISCUSSED BRIEFLY CSC ADD IN NEWSPAPER REGARDING TESTING OF POLICE AND FIRE CANDIDATES.

WEDNESDAY
:   
  • CHECKED POs
  • DEVELOPING IMPLEMENTATION OF VEHICLE ACCIDENT POINT SYSTEM
  • MET WITH CORY MATTHEWS REGARDING YOUTH ACTIVITIES IN OUR COMMUNITY | PLEDGED SUPPORT
  • MET WITH TONY DAVIS REGARDING ASPHALT PAVING -- RECEIVED QUOTE FOR POPLAR STREET (PAVED ALLEY) RESURFACING
  • SIGNED SOME PAYROLL CHECKS
  • INVESTIGATED OVERTIME OF CERTAIN FIREFIGHTER
  • VISITED WITH VIDEOGRAPHER REGARDING CLIPS OF COUNCIL MEETING
  • VISITED WITH POLICE CHIEF, OFFICE MANAGER AND DISPATCHER REGARDING TWO POSITIONS: DOMESTIC VIOLENCE ADVOCATE/INVESTIGATOR AND DISPATCH CASHIER/CLERK
  • VISITED WITH MAJOR REGARDING GRANT AND COMPATIBILITY OF POSITIONS

THURSDAY:`
  • CHECKED POs
  • DISTRIBUTED PAYROLL CHECKS TO HUMAN RESOURCES
  • PERMITTED EARLY RELEASE OF CERTAIN PAYROLL CHECKS
  • DETERMINED THAT THE OVERTIME OF FIREFIGHTER WAS APPROPRIATE.
  • DIRECTED THAT THE CLERK TAKE ACTION TO ADD JAY V. HOLLOWELL AS A SIGNATORY ON OUR CHECKING ACCOUNTS (STILL PENDING)
  • WORKED ON FIREFIGHTER AGE REQUIREMENT -- HAVE SOME OVER 18 BUT UNDER 21 WHO PASSED THE TEST. MUST DECIDE HOW TO PROCEED WITH THEM.
  • APPROVED PAYMENTS TO VARIOUS VENDORS
  • DIRECTED THE REPAIR OF 1ST STREET NEAR THE MUNICIPAL BLDG AT 98 PLAZA STREET AND THE FLOOR IN THE OFFICE AT 98 PLAZA WHERE THE SEWER LINE HAD TO BE REPLACED. A NEW CONCRETE SLAB WILL BE POURED.
  • MET WITH MUNNIE JORDAN AND LINDA BROOME FOR BLUESFEST BISCUIT PRESENTATION

 FRIDAY:

  • CONTINUED WORKING ON 941 REPORTS 
  • ISSUED RESOLUTIONS TO BEREAVED FAMILIES
  • CHECK POs
  • RECEIVED SALES TAX REPORTS FOR MONTHLY OF JULY FROM STATE TREASURER AND BANK OF THE OZARKS: ROUGHLY $395k
  • DISCUSSED MILITARY PERSONNEL AND PROMOTIONS
  • RECEIVED NUMEROUS CALLS REGARDING COREY MATTHEWS | TEEN JOB SEARCH. TRIED TO REACH HIM AT 8708164015 TO NO AVAIL.
  • FOLLOWED UP WITH POLICE CHIEF REGARDING HIRING OF TWO CERTIFIED LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS


FUTURE WEEKLY ACTIVITIES:
  • TRAVEL REIMBURSEMENT FORMS
  • UNIFORM CONTRACT
  • OVERNIGHT TRAVEL APPLICATION FORMS
  • NBC-LEO CONFERENCE MEMPHIS, TN AUGUST 11-14, 2010
  • ARML PLANNING MEETING - MOUNTAIN HOME, AR AUGUST 19-21, 2010
  • GREEN EXPO (DELTA) HELENA-WEST HELENA, AUGUST 26-27, 2010
  • NCBM CINCINNATI, OHIO SEPTEMBER 8-12, 2010
  • MS DELTA GRASS ROOTS CAUCUS, WASHINGTON, DC, SEPTEMBER 21-23, 2010
  • IMLA CONFERENCE, NEW ORLEANS, LA OCTOBER 10-13, 2010

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
  • TRANSITION TO ARAMARK UNIFORMS
  • INVOICES
  • CSC MEETINGS AND HEARING(S)
  • LAND USE MAP AND RESOLUTION
  • CITY COUNCIL MEETING AUGUST 3, 2010 AND AUGUST 17, 2010
  • PLANNING COMMISSION MINUTES FOR COUNCIL MEMBERS
  • VEHICLE LISTING FOR COUNCIL MEMBERS


STAFF CONCERNS/ISSUES:

  • PLANNING COMMISSION: TBA
  • COS: RESIGNED TO TAKE NEW JOB -- POSITION NOT LIKELY TO BE FILLED IMMEDIATELY | DUTIES SHARED BY COLLECTIVE BODY | TBA
  • CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION: SHIRLEY KEY GARNER HAS RESIGNED
  • A & P COMMISSION: TBA
  • WATER -- ADVERTISED OPEN POSITION
  • POLICE HAS SEVERAL OPEN OFFICER SLOTS
  • FIRE DEPARTMENT HAS SIX OPEN FIREFIGHTER SLOTS
  • SANITATION NEEDS ONE MORE STAFF PERSON
  • 98 PLAZA STREET SITE NEEDS JANITORIAL CARETAKER (ADD TO BW'S DUTIES/PERMIT OVERTIME)
  • ADD PART-TIME HELPERS FOR JANITORIAL SERVICES
  • HISTORIC DISTRICT COMMISSION -- MAKE ASSESSMENT OF MEMBERS AND ATTENDANCE
  • ALL COMMISSIONS -- CHECK ON TERM EXPIRATION(S)


HMWS- East DHR 07-26-10

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East Water Weekly Report

Weekly Department Report
Date: 7/23/10
Prepared by: Terry McGinister

Specific Weekly Activites 7/16/10 - 7/22/10

Checked lift stations
Monthly cut offs
Replaced motor starter on pump #1 at lift station #8
DFA tech checked water and wastewater tanks and lift stations
Repaired 2" inch water leak at Litichum, Poplar Street, and Hwy 20
Use smoke machine on Oakland looking for broken sewer line
Checked Chlorine booster stations
Cut grass at lift stations and tanks
Repaired sewer lines on Oakland

Future Weekly Activities
Finish repairs on pumps at lift stations #1 and #2

Follow up Activities
Finish putting rip rap on levees at the sewer ponds and finish installing by pass hook ups at sewer stations #2, #4, and #6

Staff Concerns/Issues
Scheduling classes for all employees licenses renewal

STREET DHR 7-26-10


 

     STREET DEPARTMENT REPORT –7/26/2010

Department:
Street Department

Date July 16-22, 2010


Prepared by
Oscar Hoskins and Earnest Womack

Specific Weekly Activities:

Mechanic:

7/16/10

Changed blades on two 757 zero turn mowers

Worked on wiring system in Sanitation unit 28-burned fuse

T Wilson boosted forklift and moved bale of paper from box shop

Replaced two nuts and bolts in arm of Sanitation unit 27

Added oil to Sanitation unit 26

Repaired clutch cable in red and white dump truck

Charged A/C in Police tactical van and flushed out radiator

C Davis went to Memphis to pick up flat bed pickup

C Davis and C Smith with debris removal on Joe Brady Dr

7/19/10

C Smith and C Davis assisted in hauling debris from demolition on Joe Brady Dr

Replaced housing and blades on LX 188

Fixed shortage in fan on Police unit 16

Boost off forklift

Tightened towing ball on black dually

Put belt on 757 zero turn mower

7/20/10

Replaced water pump hose on Park and Rec Green pick up

Put three qts of transmission fluid in Sanitation 21

Replaced starter on Street unit 1

Replaced two headlights on Sanitation unit 27

Repaired rear door on Sanitation 29

7/21/10

Changed oil and air filter in two zero turns

C Davis and C Smith hauling debris from Joe Brady

C Davis and C Smith removed PTO from Sanitation 21

T Wilson replaced tension pulley and belt on Sanitation 27-repaired on roadside at Hwy 49 and 242

Working on Blue CID unit-fuel pump and transmission leak

7/22/12

C Davis took PTO and Pump to Truck Pro in Memphis

C Smith assisting with debris removal from Joe Brady Dr

Fixed flat on zero turn mower

Boost off forklift

Attached sprayer to LX 188 lawnmower

Charged A/C in Police unit 1

Installed cooling fan and switch, charged A/C in Police unit 17

T Wilson checked green dually at golf course-need ignition switch


 


 

Potholes:

7/19/10

800 block of Pecan

1300 block College

200 block Waverly Wood Ln

Corner of 9th and Anderson-3

300 block No 6th-3

7/22/10

So 1st (W)-2

Lambert at Old Little Rock Rd-1

100 block Cleburne-1

Cut and mowed:

7/16/10

Lot # 26 behind 595 Grand Ave on So Valley Dr

Lot # 27 next to 530 So Valley Dr near Word Ave

Shoulders:

Hillcrest

Midland Height-So Valley Dr

Straub Ln ditch

1 lot Holly St across from New Hope Church

Lot on Walnut and McDonough

1 lot 1100 block Poplar-Elihue Reed estate

1 lot 1508 Holly

Started cutting west center greens

Welcome sign at 49 and 49B

Lot # 36- Hwy 49 and Russell and Devilla

Lot across from True Vine Church on Garland

Washington St ditch from Bonanza to Garland

No and So Ridge

Caney Creek

Center green at Beechcrest School

7/19/10

Shoulders:

1st and Cleburne

Park and Buckeye

7th and Park

Newman Dr

West St

So Russell St

1 lot Park and Hwy 49

Lot # 10 300 block So 5th

358 Oakland

Lot next to 444 West St

Bridge approach

Center green at Biscoe and Old Little Rock Rd

1 lot corner 4th and Anderson

Alley between 2nd and 3rd St in 300 block

Alley in 300 block between Garland and Baldwin

1 lot on Longbell

7/20/10

River Park-Under boardwalk

Rifle range

Ditch at Helena fish Market

Shoulders:

Lohmans Ln

Ditch at Persimmons alley

Corner of York and Franklin

1 lot 300 block Franklin

1 lot by carwash on Biscoe

Lot # 20 Corner Jefferson and Pecan (east side)

Lot # 39 Missouri and Balls Alley-south

307 & 309 Oakland- Code Enforcement request

Corner lot at Panama and Baringo

Lot # 35 149 South Baringo

Alley in 400 block No Washington

1 lot intersecting Gary and Panama

1 lot intersecting Alabama and Chicago St

1lot intersecting Georgia and Chicago St

1 lot Baringo and Baldwin

Cut Alabama, Memphis, Georgia, and Panama ditches and picked up paper

Started trimming and edging west center

7/21/10

Sprayed ditch on Anderson St from 4th to 6th St

1 lot at 915 Alabama

Lot # 8

Lot # 1 –corner lots between Coanza and Sam St south side of Ladino

Shoulders:

Corner of Park and Coanza

Corner of Holly and Walker

Cut ditch in front of Sebastian shop

Continued trimming and edging west center green

Started mowing and weed eating Oak Grove # 1

7/22/10

Continuing mowing at Oak Grove # 1

1lot Holly and Walker

1 lot Holly and Adams

1 lot Holly and Jefferson

2 lots on St Francis and Arkansas

2 lots on Frank Frost

1 lot on Persimmons Alley

Weed eat around house in 300 block of Oakland-Code Enforcement request

Lot # 32 181 Oakland

Vacant lot at 1239 Poplar- Code Enforcement request

No 6th and Baldwin

South Washington and Cleburne

Alley behind WH Library

8th St alley

Animal Control:

Picked up 10 dead animals from vet

Picked up 6 dead animals from streets

Picked up 1 stray dog from So 7th in front of Corner Mkt

Picked up 1 puppy from Wheeler Trl Park and took to vet

Animal control run on Cooke, St Jean, and Kelly St

6 dogs from Ohio and Short Ohio-7/20/10

3 dogs captured from 4th and Garland

Made contact with owner at 900 Old Dominion about dogs running loose-Stated he would keep them locked up

Other Activities:

Continuous removal of debris throughout city designated trash routes

Litter pick up at primary routes of City:

Rightor St

Walnut St

Cherry St

Porter St

Perry St

Elm St

Franklin St

Oakland Ave

Quarles Lane

Plaza St

7/16/10

Landfill tonnage-9.33

Removed 4 way stop signs from Perry and Columbia, Porter and Columbia, and Hwy 49 at Bridge

Brickey's inmates started cutting Quarles Ln ditch

Womack and T Bledsoe removed 14 dumpsters from Smith Welding

7/17/10

Mosquito control spray Friday's sanitation trash route

7/19/10

Landfill tonnage-35.76

T Davis Asphalt Maintenance repaired Cunningham Dr entrance to River park

Brickey's inmates finished ditch at Quarles Ln

7/20/10

Landfill tonnage-7.94

Staff attended monthly safety meeting

Brickey's inmates started cleaning West St ditch

AR One Call on South Summit

Replaced street signs at Violet and Ivy Circle

Mosquito control Tuesday's sanitation trash

Talked with Dana Pittman at vet office concerning pet registration-would like to meet Mayor and staff

7/21/10

Landfill tonnage-9.57

Met with G C Brown & Assoc Professional weed control and surveyed several ditches for treatment

Installed new street sign at Easy St at Airport Rd

Mosquito control Wednesday's sanitation trash route

C Allen and Womack covering culvert pipe at 127 Valley Dr with dirt

Brickey's inmates started cutting West St ditch

7/22/10

Landfill tonnage-8.74

Inmates finished cutting West St ditch and moved to Miller Loop

Womack and C Allen continued covering culvert on Valley Dr

C Allen and Womack cut up fallen tree branch on vehicle at 1426 Holly St

Mosquito control Thursday's sanitation trash route

Follow Up Activities:

Repair loop at Oakland and Valley Dr, Hwy 242 and Hwy 49, Hwy 49 & Hwy 49B-Sent request letter to AHTD

Ditch in Lincoln Ct off Mississippi St behind DeSquare residence-ordered 120 ft section of pipe from Young's Custom Pipe 7/15/10

Staff Concerns/Issues

Issued city cell phone to Mechanic T Wilson 870-489-8213

Staff fitted for uniforms with new company


 

STREET DEPARTMENT GASOLINE LOG

    

July 16-22, 2010

 
    

DATE

UNIT #

GALLONS

RECEIVER

7/16/10

Zero Turn & 30

12.7

E Butler

7/16/10

9

18.5

O Hoskins

7/16/10

103

28

R Smith

7/16/10

Box Shop Dodge

19.2

M Holbrook

7/16/10

Brown Van

27.3

J Branch

7/19/10

101

13.9

J Huff

7/19/10

Zero Turn & 30

27.5

E Canada

7/20/10

19

10.3

A Stewart

7/20/10

Zero Turns

10.3

E Butler

7/20/10

34

25

E Jimmerson

7/20/10

Mosquito Rig F250

9.9

C Allen

7/20/10

Zero Turns

9.9

E Butler

7/21/10

Mosquito Rig F150

11.5

 C Allen

7/21/10

5 Gal Cans 101

7.1

J Huff

7/21/10

9

17.6

O Hoskins

7/21/10

1

23

E Womack

7/21/10

13

20.4

L Driver

7/22/10

Mosquito Rig F250

9

C Allen

7/22/10

Mosquito Rig F150

5.5

C Allen

7/22/10

103

28.5

R Smith

7/22/10

Flatbed Dually

27.4

C Davis

    

  

TOTAL GALLONS

362.50

  


 

Police DHR 01/26/2010

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Police (DHR) July 26, 2010

Helena-West Helena Police Department

“We Serve, We Care”

Date: July 26, 2010

Reporting Dates: July 15-21, 2010

Prepared Dates: Office Manager, Records & Communication

Crime Data

Disturbance: 42

Burglary: 03

Stolen Vehicle: 01

Alarm: 21

Escort: 23

Missing Person: 00

Communication Center

Dispatch / Call Intake

Landline: 1,910

911 Calls: 519

Officers Weekly Gas Usage

$1,609.52

Bond & Fine

$7,914.07

Vehicle Status

Unit 09/ Out of Service/ Transmission

Unit 13 / Out of Service/ Transmission

Unit 19/ Out of Service/ Motor

Officer Contacts

Tickets: 59

Arrest: 29

Affidavits: 07

Reports: 55

Accident: 06

Building Checks: 436

Officer Response to Citizens / Contacts: 525

Uniform Patrol Division

Shift 1/ Target Areas (DAY)

18 Citations

09 Disturbances

05 Misdemeanor Arrest

22 Traffic Stops

65 Building Checks

Shift 2 / Target Areas (Evening)

21 Citations

14 Disturbances

06 Misdemeanor Arrest

28 Traffic Stops

105 Building Checks

Shift 3 / Target Areas (Day)

06 Citations

09 Disturbances

03 Misdemeanor Arrest

09 Traffic Stops

81 Building Checks

Shift 4 / Target Areas (Evening)

14 Citations

10 Disturbances

04 Misdemeanor Arrest

19 Traffic Stops

185 Building Checks

Underage Drinking Check point/ July 16, 2010

12 Citations

02 Arrests

Operation Black Out/ July 17, 2010

09 Arrests

04 Possession Control Substances

01 Firearm

04 Outstanding Warrants

Domestic Violence

Staff Concerns/ Advocate

02 Reported Domestic Incidents

00 Arrests

02 Victim Contacts

Victim Assistance: 02 (Year to Date: 125)

Tickets Issued for reporting period

DWI: 00 (Year to Date: 20)

Suspended D/L: 06

Possession Controlled Substance: 04

Speeding: 13

Loud Music: 02

Seat Belt: 11

Stop Sign Violation: 07

No Insurance: 03

No Vehicle Registration: 04

Specific Weekly Activities

Omega Little Brothers/ July 26

Captain Meeting / National Night Out

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

Up and Coming Activities

National Night Out/ Police & Community Partnership/ Aug 3

Location: Cherry Street Pavilion

Time: 7:00pm- 9:00 pm

We would like the following items to be contributed by these departments:

Street Department/ 2 Tents

Sanitation/ Garbage Cans

Parks & Recreation/ Tables & Chairs

Easy Side Water / Water hook-up

Fire Dept / BBQ Grill & Event Table

Special Training

Crime Scene /CJI/ Little Rock / July 28-29

Alcohol & Substance Abuse Conference / Utah/ July29-30

Staff Concerns

Police Department/ West side/ Floor Repair

Police Staff / RPS

District Court Weekly DHR (7/26/10)

WEEKLY DEPARTMENT REPORT

(Period of July 16 – 24, 2010)

Department: Helena-West Helena District Court

Date:    July 26, 2010

Prepared by:     Linda Danley

SPECIFIC WEEKLY ACTIVITIES:

July 16 - 24, 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.

July 16, 2010 (9:00 A.M.) - Plea/Arraignment & Review Docket

    Total number of cases scheduled – 245

July 21, 2010 (9:00 A.M.) – Civil & Small Claims Hearing/Trials

    Total number of cases scheduled – 17 civil claims and 4 small claims

Thurs., July 24, 2010 (9:00 A.M.) - Bench Trials on Traffic & Criminal Actions

    Total number of cases scheduled – 40

Thurs., July 24, 2010 (1:30 P.M.) - Bench Trials on Criminal Actions

    Total number of cases scheduled – 54

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Breakdown of Traffic and Criminal Actions

Resolved During the Period of July 16 - 24, 2010

Jurisdiction: City of Helena-West Helena

Finding 

Criminal 

DWI 

Traffic 

Total 

BF 

 

10 

11 

DM 

  

29

19 

51 

NG 

  

NP 

 

14 

21 

WR 

  

TOTAL 

39 

47 

89 

Jurisdiction: Highway Police "Z" Tickets

Finding 

Traffic 

Total 

BF 

TOTAL 

Jurisdiction: Phillips County

Finding 

Criminal 

DWI 

Traffic 

Total 

BF 

  

DM 

  

NP 

 

TOTAL 

14 

19 

ALL JURISDICTIONS:

Finding 

Criminal 

DWI 

Traffic 

Total 

BF 

 

13 

14 

DM 

  

30 

24 

58 

NG 

  

NP 

10 

 

20 

30 

WR 

  

TOTAL 

43 

62 

109 

KEY

BF – Bond Forfeited

NG – Not Guilty

DM – Dismissed

NP – Nolle Prosequi

G – Guilty 

WR – Warrant Recalled

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Jail Roster

(July16 - 24, 2010)

Name 

Case# 

Arrest

Date 

Release/

Sent. Date 

Disposition 

Anderson, Raymond

TR-09-3763

TR-09-3765

CR-09-3988 

7/19/10

 

Set for plea on 7/23/10.

Barrow, Markell 

CR-10-1924

CR-10-1925 

7/02/10 

 

Plea of not guilty on 7/09/10. Trial set 7/29/10.  

Britton, Jarkius K.

TR-09-2010

CR-09-2011

CR-09-2211

CR-09-2212

TR-09-2860

CR-09-3183

TR-09-4017

TR-09-4018

CR-09-4269

CR-09-4604

CR-10-1587

6/27/10

 

Plea of not guilty on 7/02/10. Trial set for 7/15/10. On 7/15/10, rescheduled for 7/23/10

Diamond, Curtis

CR-08-3823

CR-09-4324

CR-09-4325

CR-09-4326

CR-10-48 

6/11/10 

Released prior to 7/22/10

Plea of not guilty on 6/25/10. Set for trial on 7/08/10. Rescheduled for 7/15/10. On 7/15/10, rescheduled for 9/16/10.

Eaton, Kenneth 

CR-10-1229 

6/17/10

7/22/10

Plea of not guilty on 6/25/10. Trial on 7/01/10. Rescheduled on 7/01/10 for trial on 7/15/10. Rescheduled on 7/15/10 for 7/22/10. Probation reinstated on 7/22/10 for in-patient treatment.

Gibson, Jerry

CR-10-1983

7/06/10

 

Set for plea on 7/23/10.

Harvey, Nicholas

CR-10-2093

CR-10-2111

7/22/10

 

Set for plea on 7/23/10.

Johnson, Cornell 

CR10-2027 

7/13/10 

7/16/10

Plea of guilty on 7/16/10. Ordered to pay fines/cost totaling $340 and sentenced to 4 days in jail with credit for 4 days served.

Loomis, Amanda A. 

CR-09-3628

CR-09-4036

CR-10-432

CR-10-1231 

7/18/10

 

Set for plea on 7/23/10.

Minor, Ronnie

CR-09-3625

CR-09-3626

CR-09-4140

CR-09-4141

CR-09-4507

7/17/10

 

Set for plea on 7/23/10.

Murph, Latasha 

CR-10-1243

CR-10-1184

CR-10-1076

CR-10-740

TR-10-651

TR-10-652

TR-10-653

CR-10-541

7/12/10 

7/22/10

Plea of not guilty of 7/16/10. Set for 7/22/10. Plea of guilty on 7/22/10. Sentenced to 60 days concurrent in jail with credit for 11 days served.

Risper, Jamarcus 

CR-10-1404 

Served while in jail on other charges. 

7/22/10

Plea of not guilty on 5/21/10. Set for trial on 7/01/10. Rescheduled for trial on 7/22/10. Plea of guilty on 7/22/10. Sentenced to 90 days in jail with credit for 90 days served.

Robinson, Ulandas C.

CR-09-4662

CR-09-4663

CR-10-806

7/19/10

 

Set for plea on 7/23/10.

White, Keith 

CR-10-537

CR-10-969

CR-10-1036

CR-10-1037

CR-10-1038

CR-10-1766

7/05/10 

7/22/10

Set for plea on 7/09/10. Rescheduled for 7/16/10. Plea of not guilty on 7/16/10 and set for trial on 7/22/10. Plea of guilty on 7/22/10. Sentenced to 17 days in jail with credit for 17 days served.

Wilson, Markell 

CR-10-1045

CR-10-1046

CR-10-1917 

7/14/10 

7/22/10

Plea of not guilty on 7/16/10. Set for trial on 7/22/10. Ordered to attend domestic violence workshop on 7/27/10. Rescheduled for 8/05/10.

FUTURE WEEKLY ACTIVITIES:

• Fri., July 23, 2010 (9:00 a.m.) – Plea/Arraignment & Review Hearings

• Thurs., July 29, 2010(9:00 a.m.) – Bench Trials on Traffic Violations

• Thurs., July 29, 2010 (1:30 p.m.) – Bench Trials on Criminal Actions

• Fri., July 30, 2010 (9:00 a.m.) – Plea/Arraignment & Review Hearings

• Wed., Aug. 4, 2010 (9:00 a.m.) – Civil & Small Claims Hearings/Trials

• Thurs., Aug. 5, 2010 (9:00 a.m.) – Bench Trials on Traffic Violations

• Thurs., Aug. 5, 2010 (1:30 p.m.) – Bench Trials on Criminal Actions

• Fri., Aug. 6, 2010 (9:00 a.m.) – Plea/Arraignment & Review Hearings

• Thurs., Aug. 12, 2010 (9:00 a.m.) – Bench Trials on Traffic Violations

• Thurs., Aug. 12, 2010 (1:30 p.m.) – Bench Trials on Criminal Actions

• Fri., Aug. 13, 2010 (9:00 a.m.) – Plea/Arraignment & Review Hearings

• Wed., Aug. 18, 2010 (9:00 a.m.) – Civil & Small Claims Hearings/Trials

• Thurs., Aug. 19, 2010 (9:00 a.m.) – Bench Trials on Traffic Violations

• Thurs., Aug. 19, 2010 (1:30 p.m.) – Bench Trials on Criminal Actions

• Fri., Aug. 20, 2010 (9:00 a.m.) – Plea/Arraignment & Review Hearings

• Thurs., Aug. 26, 2010 (9:00 a.m.) – Bench Trials on Traffic Violations

• Thurs., Aug. 26, 2010 (1:30 p.m.) – Bench Trials on Criminal Actions

• Fri., Aug. 27, 2010 (9:00 a.m.) – Plea/Arraignment & Review Hearings

• Wed., Sept. 1, 2010 (9:00 a.m.) – Civil & Small Claims Hearings/Trials

• Thurs., Sept. 2, 2010 (9:00 a.m.) – Bench Trials on Traffic Violations

• Thurs., Sept. 2, 2010 (1:30 p.m.) – Bench Trials on Criminal Actions

• Fri., Sept. 3, 2010 (9:00 a.m.) – Plea/Arraignment & Review Hearings (Half-day schedule – Labor Day Holiday)

FOLLOW-UP ACTIVITIES:

• Enter dispositions into court database of cases brought before the court on July 23, 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).

• Shortage in ceiling fixture inside courtroom.