From Faulkner County Sheriff’s Office reports

Homeowner reports suspicious vehicle in her driveway

Authorities were called to a residence along Highway 89 South on Saturday after a homeowner noticed there was a woman she did not know parked in her driveway and sitting on her vehicle.

The complainant said the woman in question was “sitting on top of her car with (clothes) spread out around her” shortly before 7 a.m. Saturday.

According to an incident report, the woman in question told deputies she had run out of gas prior to pushing her car into the complainant’s driveway.

While talking with police, the woman began “hallucinating and … (getting) extremely irate with passing vehicles.”

The report also states the 29-year-old Cabot woman “had rubbed red hair dye all over herself and her vehicle.”

Authorities called an ambulance to the scene to check on the woman, and she was taken to the St. Vincent emergency room, the report states.

Woman attacked by boyfriend

A Quitman man is accused of choking his girlfriend during an argument Saturday morning.

According to an incident report, the woman called the sheriff’s office around 9 a.m. Saturday saying her 60-year-old boyfriend had choked her.

The 46-year-old woman told police the attack occurred around 6 a.m. after she asked her boyfriend what his plans for the day were.

According to the woman’s statement, the two were going to take the suspect’s grandson to a parade and the woman wanted to know what the 60-year-old planned to do after that. However, when she asked him what his plans were, the man “became angry with her and cussed her out.”

The argument “got pretty heated” and the 60-year-old began chocking the victim, the report states.

The woman said that at one point during the struggle, she scratched the suspect on his shoulder “because she could hardly breath.” After choking the woman, the suspect took her phone until she kicked him, according to the report.

Deputy Richard McKay gave the woman the incident number associated with the report after talking to the 46-year-old and told her how she could file charges against the 60-year-old following the incident.

Farm equipment stolen

An unknown suspect stole nearly $14,000 worth of equipment from Rowlett Farm the day after Jerry Bruce Rowlett died.

According to an innocent report, Rowlett’s son called police Sunday morning after noticing several items were missing.

“Mr. Rowlett arrived at his farm and noticed the chain on his gate was cut off,” the incident report reads in part. “Mr. Rowlett walked up to his barn and noticed (three) of his trailers were gone, a four wheeler, air compressor, and a battery charger that was stolen.”

Collectively, the missing items are valued at $13,775, according to the incident report.