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Friday, April 17, 2009

School thievery

Posted By on Fri, Apr 17, 2009 at 8:19 AM

The LRPD has charged a Mabelvale Middle School employee with using school credit cards to make personal purchases -- total not disclosed so far -- over a three-year period.

ALSO on the crime beat: Guy calls woman a bitch. He pays. Punch in the face, knife in the shoulder.


On February 18, 2009, Ms. Ann Blaylock, a principal with the Little Rock School District at Mabelvale Middle School, discovered that the secretary for the school had purchased items she believed were not for school purposes.  Ms. Nancy Wuneburger, ordered books, a DVD, and t-shirts that were not approved by the school.  The invoices showed these purchases were made with the Little Rock School District credit card issued to Mabelvale Middle School and is reserved as the ‘Activity Fund II’ credit card which is used for club activities, sports activities, etc.  The investigation found that between April 5, 2006 and  February 12, 2009, Ms. Wuneburger used five (5)  separate school district credit cards numerous times. 

On April 10, 2009, warrants were issued for Ms. Wuneburger's arrest and on  April 15, 2009, Ms. Wuneburger, along with her attorney, turned herself into Detectives at the Downtown.  Ms. Wuneburger was charged with five (5) counts of Fraudulent Use of Credit Card and transported to Northside.


2009- 40988 – BATTERY 1ST
SUSPECT – BELINDA COLLINS, B/F, 3-10-1964, 3312 W. 12TH #2
Officers responded to a cutting just occurred call at 4401 W. 12th at the Pic Pac Liquor Store and made contact with Fredrick Johnson.  Johnson stated that he had just been stabbed by Belinda Collins.  Officers located Collins around the corner from the liquor store and transported her to the Downtown Detective Division.  Walker advised that when they approached the store, Johnson called Collins a bitch.  Collins then punched Johnson in the face with her fist and stabbed him in the left shoulder with a knife.  Johnson was transported by MEMS to UAMS to be treated for the non-life threatening wound to his shoulder.  Collins was charged with Battery 1st and transported to Northside.

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