Among reports recently released by the Conway Police Department:
• 3rd degree domestic battery, 1705 S. Salem Road. A 22-year-old Conway resident told police that he was struck by his child’s 21-year-old mother during an altercation around 3 p.m. Monday.
The victim stated he was meeting the woman to drop off their child when the child’s mother accused the victim of being in a relationship with another woman, the police report states.
The victim told police that the woman struck him in the back of the head and in the mouth. He stated he left the child with the woman and walked back to his house.
The police report states the victim sent photos of his injuries to officers via email, which were added to the report.
• 3rd degree assault, 475 Robins St. Conway police responded an armed subject call around 11 p.m. Monday.
The female victim told officers she was walking through the trailer park when a male called her, walked up to her and grabbed her by the arm.
The victim said she pulled a box cutter in defense, at which time the male lifted his shirt to show a pistol in his waist, according to the police report.
The police report states the victim told police the male pulled the gun from his waist and said, "we don’t carry knives around here."
The victim said the suspect was a black male around 26 years old, wearing a white sleeveless shirt and black Dickeys pants. The police report states the victim said the gun was a silver 9mm.
Police were unable to locate the suspect.
• Breaking or entering building, Police responded to a theft of property report 1:05 p.m. Wednesday to Power System Solutions at 250 Hogan Ln.
The business owners informed police that one of their air conditioner units was missing.
The police report states that electrical wires were on the ground and an electrical box on the wall of the building had been pried open.
The unit was valued at $2,000 in the police report.
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