Conway police were dispatched to the area of 2900 Saddletop Road to take a report of criminal mischief when a resident advised that someone filled her yard with an assortment of golf balls while she was at church.
The victim stated that in recent weeks, there have been several incidents of criminal mischief at her home.
She stated that she believed that a juvenile living on her street had been vandalizing her residence.
The victim told police that she asked her neighbors if they had seen anything. A neighbor told the victim that a few teenagers informed her that it was the child she suspected.
Officers then attempted to make contact with the subject that others indicated may be responsible.
The report stated that the juvenile's mother answered the door and welcomed the officers inside.
"When (another officer) and I asked her if she was aware of any trouble her son had been getting into, she was very resistant to admit anything. She did say that he often has friends over, but (the juvenile) is not a troublemaker," the report stated.
Officers made contact with the juvenile, and he "would not admit to doing anything criminal at (the victim's residence)."
The report stated that when officers made contact with the juvenile about another incident, he posted onto his Facebook wall, "got away with it."
"This was the only information we could get from (the subject) about any incident on Saddletop Road," the report stated.