Elita Bean shoots & stabs husband, killing him during argument


44-year-old Elita Bean was caught after she shot her husband, Terrance Bean, at their Ardmore residence On May 21st. When officers arrived on the scene, they spoke with their juvenile children outside, who stated that their mother, Eliita, had shot their father, Terrence. Officers then entered the residence, where they found Elita in the kitchen and found Terrence lying face down on the kitchen floor, suffering from a gunshot wound. Officers spoke with Elita, who told officers that she was fighting with Terrence over the gun, and it went off. Terence was pronounced dead on the scene, and Elita was taken to the Regional Medical Center near Jefferson Avenue. Investigators made a scene and spoke with one of their children, who stated that Elita And Terrence were arguing over keys, and it escalated when Elita retrieved a knife and attempted to stab Terrence. Elita and Terrence then went to their bedroom, where they continued arguing before they went to the kitchen. According to the child, their argument had escalated more, and Elita was on the ground, and Terrence did not have pants on. The juvenile informed officers that this was when Elita asked the child to retrieve her gun, but Terence got the weapon for Elita, telling her to shoot him. Proceeding this, Elita shot Terrence three times. Investigators examined Terrence’s body, showing three gunshots as well as two stab wounds across his chest. Officers found the knife in the trash can as well as well as a handgun in their bedroom. Elita was charged with second-degree murder.

Underage DUI: Chekira Applewhite gets drunk at Echelon Night Bar and Grill before driving


19-year-old Chekira Applewhite was seen in a 2008 tan Pontiac GT driving the wrong way on Winchester Road on May 23rd. After stopping Applewhite, officers observed that her eyes were watery and that she was slurring her words. Applewhite told officers she was drinking at the Echelon Night Bar and Grill, which led to officers requesting that she perform field sobriety tests. Applewhite consented to the sobriety tests but performed poorly and was taken into custody. While in custody, officers searched Applewhite’s car and found an open bottle of Lunazul Tequila bottle under the driver’s seat. Chekira Applewhite was taken into custody and charged with underage drinking and driving, reckless driving, and possessing an open container of alcohol while in a motor vehicle.

Amanda Williams tells police “f**k you I’m going to kill you” after kicking them during arrest


30-year-old Amanda Williams was seen assaulting Officers at Westys Restaurant on Main Street on July 27th, 2023. Williams was sitting at the bar demanding money back after she had consumed an alcoholic beverage. When officers arrived on the scene, they witnessed Williams shouting obscenities and threatening staff as well. She was asked to leave several times, but she refused. Officers escorted Williams out of the restaurant, and while they were walking out, she began swinging, striking, and kicking at them. While Officers attempted to place Williams in the backseat of the police car, she began shouting, “fuck you, I’m going to kill you,” before kicking and striking officers more. Williams was charged with assault on a first responder and resisting arrest.

Sabrina Lacy tells sister “I’ll shoot you in your face”


27-year-old Sabrina Lacy was involved in an altercation with her sister Lashundra Crum at her Forest Brook Drive residence on May 10th. On April 9th, law enforcement received a report from Crum that she and Lacy got into a fight. Crum stated that Lacy told a male stranger her whereabouts and who she was with, so she got upset with her. The bad blood between the sisters resurfaced when Lacy got upset and emptied two trash cans onto the ground. When Crum saw this, she told Lacy to leave. According to Crum, as Lacy was leaving, she attempted to hit her with her car. Lacy proceeded to point a gun at her sister and stated, “I will shoot you in your face.” Sabrina Lacy was taken into custody and charged with aggravated domestic assault.

Aaliyah Coleman booked on warrant out of Arkansas


21-year-old Aaliyah Dolarce Gabr Coleman was taken into custody for being a fugitive from justice without a warrant on May 23rd. The Shelby County Sheriff’s Office received a hit from the National Crime Information Center, showing that Coleman had an outstanding warrant for terroristic threats and domestic assault in Arkansas. It was confirmed with the Pulaski County Sheriff’s Office. She was then detained for the incident.

Alexus Taylor attempts high-speed chase with 4-month-old baby in vehicle


27-year-old Alexus Taylor was drunk driving under near Tillman Street and Sam Cooper Boulevard on May 24th. Officers observed a Nissan Maxima around the area with tags that did not come back to the vehicle. Officers then attempted to make a traffic stop with lights and sirens activated, but the Driver refused to stop. The vehicle then sped off, turning right on Sam Cooper Boulevard across three lanes of traffic. Taylor’s 4-month-old child was in the vehicle as she was evading police. Taylor got away, and officers spotted the vehicle parked at Osaka Japanese Cuisine near Poplar Avenue. The officers entered the restaurant and inside and took Taylor into custody. Taylor was shown to have four active warrants for failure to appear, improper use of auto paperwork, speeding, and driving while license was suspended.

Shawna Harris steals $140 worth of makeup from CVS


35-year-old Shawna Harris was caught shoplifting at the CVS on Union Avenue on May 22nd. An employee Cortez Wells, contacted law enforcement, stating that he believed a shoplifter was inside the store. Wells informed officers that Harris entered the store with what looked like an empty black handbag. While Harris was inside the store, her bag grew increasingly larger throughout her stay. When officers arrived, they confronted Harris at the register and asked her about her purse and asked, “Will you please show me the contents of your purse?” When Harris handed Officer Dorado her purse, he found various beauty cosmetics in brand-new condition with CVS seals. The items found in Harris’s purse were valued at $139.89. Shawna Harris was taken into custody and charged with theft of property.

Sarah Benson drives stolen Chevy Cavalier, multiple warrants for her arrest


On November 22nd, 2023, 30-year-old Sarah Benson was seen obstructing traffic in a 2004 Chevy Cavalier at the Leath Street and Saffrans Avenue intersection. Officers observed this and ran the tag on the vehicle, which returned stolen. Officers conducted a traffic stop and detained the passenger, Janice Freeman and Benson, who was the driver. Benson was found to have a suspended license, no insurance, and misdemeanor warrants for her arrest. She was then taken into custody and charged with obstructing a highway, violating vehicle registration, driving with a suspended license, and using stolen vehicle license plates on May 11th, 2024.

Jameccia Adams attacks boyfriend for talking to other women


23-year-old Jameccia Adams and her boyfriend, Keith Glover, matched the description of two individuals involved in a fight at the Sycamore View Road Fairview Inn Motel in the early hours of May 28th. Officers located the couple and spoke with Glover, who had visible injuries, and advised them that he and Admas argued over him talking to other women. According to Glover, Adams became violent and started punching him in the face, leaving a cut on his face and lip. When Adams talked with officers, she admitted that she became angry and attacked him. Adams was then taken into custody for domestic assault.

Genoe Miller pretends to be her sister during traffic stop


35-year-old Genoe Miller was caught stealing her sister’s identity on July 19th, 2023. On that day, officers spoke with Latabatha Miller regarding an impersonation, and she claimed that she had recently sold her vehicle to her sister, Genoe. Latabatha told officers that she had received a letter of a missed court date on May 16th, 2023, so investigators reviewed body footage of the traffic stop, and the driver, Genoe, stated that her name was Latabatha. Genoe proceeded to give the officer Latabatha’s date of birth and register the ticket in Latabatha’s name. On July 22nd, 2023, Latabatha gave a video statement and identified Genoe as the person responsible for the identity theft. A warrant was issued, and Genoe was taken into custody for identity theft and forgery on May 23rd, 2024.