Volume 25, Issue 11 November, 2019

CITY COUNCIL
The City Council met on Tuesday, November 12th. The Council heard the monthly financial report given by Treasurer Thomas and the monthly Police Report given by Chief Powell. Following the reports, Mayor Graf discussed the Annual Holiday Festival at Baker Park. He announced it would begin at 5:30 on Thursday, December 5th.  He said in event there was bad weather that day the event would be moved to City Hall.

A MESSAGE FROM CAMMACK VILLAGE POLICE
Early Wednesday, October 3rd at approximately 3:30 AM, Chief Powell observed two subjects breaking into a vehicle in the 6700 block of Kenwood. He identified himself and commanded the subjects to stop and get on the ground. One suspect was apprehended by Chief Powell’s K-9 partner, Ranger. The other subject fled on foot through backyards in Cammack Village. Little Rock K9 Officer Blasingame and his K9 partner, Leo, responded with assistance to Chief Powell. They tracked the outstanding suspect to a backyard on Greenwood where the suspect surrendered.  Within a few weeks two other incidents similar to the one described above occurred in the surrounding areas of Cammack.
PLEASE minimize the chances of becoming a victim. If you leave items in your vehicle out in the open the chances your vehicle will get broken into greatly increase. Often a visible purse or backpack can be enough enticement for thieves to break into your vehicle. It takes less than 30 seconds to break into a car, grab what is in plain view and get away. There is no 100% fool-proof way to prevent these crimes, but by simply locking your vehicle and removing property from inside is a start.
Chief Powell and the Cammack Village Police Department would like to give a special thanks to the Officers of the Little Rock Police Department who assisted in apprehending these suspects mentioned above. If you see suspicious people or vehicles, contact police immediately at 501-663-8267.

CITY HALL HOLIDAY HOURS
Monday, December 23rd…………….8:00 – Noon
Christmas Eve ……………………Closed
Christmas Day………………………….Closed
New Year’s Eve……………………………8:00 – Noon
New Year’s Day…………………………Closed

CAMMACK VILLAGE POLICE REPORT – OCTOBER 2019
There were 6 incidents in the month of October in Cammack Village. Please note the following relate to incidents reported and handled by the Police Department and do not necessarily indicate that charges were filed based upon the incidents.
INCIDENTS:  6  (Note; some incidents involve multiple criminal charges)

1 Auto B & E in Progress -2 arrest
1 Harassment
1 Pursuit / Fleeing, Carrying a Weapon -1 Arrest
3 Minor in Possession of alcohol -Cited/released
1 Vehicle Accident
1 Warrant Arrest – 1 Arres