THEFTS

NORTH I STREET, 1700 BLOCK: A 2003 Suzuki motorcycle valued at $3,500 was reported stolen.

SOUTH 25TH STREET, 1600 BLOCK: A 2003 Cadillac Deville valued at $3,500 was reported stolen.

FREE FERRY ROAD, 3900 BLOCK: A leaf blower valued at $550 was reported stolen.

ROGERS AVENUE, 5200 BLOCK: A trailer valued at $1,000 was reported stolen.

DODSON AVENUE, 2200 BLOCK: A 2003 Ford Explorer valued at $2,800 was reported stolen.

2307 ZERO ST.: A burglary was reported at Sally Beauty Supply.

ZERO STREET, 7200 BLOCK: A burglary was reported.

SOUTH 22ND STREET, 900 BLOCK: A 2001 Chevrolet pickup valued at $6,000 was reported stolen.

SOUTH 62ND STREET, 3100 BLOCK: A residential burglary was reported.

TOWSON AVENUE, 5100 BLOCK: A vehicle title, no value listed, was reported stolen in a vehicle break-in.

ILLEGAL DRUGS

DAVID JAMES MCDONALD OF FORT SMITH was arrested on suspicion of felony possession of a Schedule I or II controlled substance with intent to deliver, possession of a Schedule I or II controlled substance under two grams and possession of drug paraphernalia, misdemeanor public intoxication and two counts of possession of a Schedule IV or V controlled substance under 28 grams and an unspecified fugitive from justice warrant out of Oklahoma.

FORGERIES/FRAUDS

AN EMPLOYEE AT TRUE GRIT RUNNING COMPANY, 6808 Rogers Ave., reported a man purchased an item from the store valued at $29.95 with a fake $100 bill. She said a woman came back to the store and tried to return the item.

A FORT SMITH MAN reported two men and a woman had used a counterfeit $100 bill to buy 12 DVDs and an antique dish set valued at $48 from Yackin' Jack's, 8800 Highway 271 South.

OTHER INCIDENTS/ARRESTS

A FORT SMITH MAN reported his niece had broken a window in his house, had entered the house without permission and threw all of his groceries from his refrigerator into the driveway.

NOLEN LEN WARD OF FORT SMITH was arrested on a felony petition to revoke bond warrant and a misdemeanor failure to appear warrant and obstructing governmental operations.