From Conway Police Department reports

Unruly cyclist

A 32-year-old man was arrested early Monday morning after refusing to identify himself during a traffic stop.

According to an incident report, a Conway officer pulled over the 32-year-old suspect just after midnight Monday at the intersection of Oliver and Garvin streets. The officer said he initially stopped the cyclist because he was riding his bicycle that had no lights in the street.

As the officer walked up to the suspect, he said the man immediately put his hands up and asked if he was being detained. When the officer told the suspect he was being detained for the traffic violation, the suspect allegedly became unruly.

The man refused to identify himself when the officer asked for his name.

"I don't have to give you my identification," the suspect said.

The man also refused to give the officer any other identifying information, including his birth date.

"I don't have to give you that either, because I was not riding my bike, I was traveling," he said.

When asked a second time for his name and birth date, the man continued to refuse, noting he "respectfully decline[d]" to identify himself and wished to "invoke [his] right to remain silent."

At that point, the suspect was arrested for the traffic violation and was also cited for obstructing governmental operations.

Residential break-in

Authorities were alerted Tuesday morning of a residential burglary that occurred at a home in the 3700 block of Tyler Street.

Once on scene, the officer could see the front door had been kicked in, noting the trim around the door was laying on the ground.

According to the incident report, the officer could see shoe prints in the door where the suspect kicked his way through. Once inside the home, the officer noted the home was "in a complete disarray."

"I noted PlayStation game cases scattered on the couch and drawers open in the bedrooms," the officer wrote in his report.

The victim said the break-in occurred sometime between 7:45-8:30 a.m. According to his statement, the suspect made off with a PlayStation 4, multiple PlayStation games, a Canon camera with a detachable lens, a .22 long rifle, two Samsung tablets and a checkbook.

The victim said he was unsure of who the suspect could be but did note a tall, black male had been walking in front of his home "over the last week or so."

The same man was walking in the neighborhood that morning as the victim and his wife left their home, according to the victim's statement.

According to the incident report, the officer attempted to locate any witnesses in the area but was unable to locate any. The officer collected serial numbers for the stolen items from the victim on scene.

Credit fraud

An Oklahoma resident said her credit card numbers were used at the Walmart on Skyline Drive on Wednesday.

The43-year-old woman said she did not know how the suspect got her credit card numbers and was unable to provide her card number to Conway police "due to the fact that she already had it shredded."

She said she learned that someone used her numbers to purchase $98.20 worth of merchandise from the store at 2:53 p.m. Wednesday.

The woman was instructed to contact the Conway Police Department should she come up with any other information that could aid officers in this case.