From Conway Police Department reports
Man threatened at gunpoint
A man reported being robbed and threatened with his own gun on Sunday.
According to an incident report, authorities were notified shortly before 11 a.m. Sunday of a possible aggravated robbery at the Salem Park Apartments.
The 21-year-old victim told police he was hanging out with his "kinda" friends when one of the three individuals took his gun off his dresser and the three fled his apartment. The victim said he followed the three suspects out to their vehicle and demanded his gun back. However, when he asked for his gun back, one of the suspects allegedly threatened him with the gun.
"[The suspect] then pulled the gun out of his waistline, inserted a magazine and racked a round into the chamber," the incident report reads in part. "[The suspect] then pointed the gun at [the victim] and told him to back off before he slaps him and shoots him with his own gun."
According to his statement, the victim backed away from the vehicle at this point and the three suspects immediately fled the scene.
Woman reports vehicle theft
Authorities responded to a possible vehicle theft at Golden Corral on Sunday afternoon.
According to an incident report, the victim called authorities around 12:30 p.m. Sunday stating she'd parked her vehicle at the far end of the restaurant's parking lot near the Best Western motel while she was at work, noting the key to the vehicle was left in a coat pocket that was sitting in the back seat.
The woman told police she was unsure of who would take her vehicle and did not think it was repossessed.
According to the report, a man contacted the police department stating he had been dating the victim for about eight months and had moved the vehicle per the woman's request.
The man told authorities the woman told him to move the vehicle for her, noting it was stolen. The man said he felt guilty for moving the vehicle because his license is currently suspended an that he was violating a no contact order by speaking to the woman.
According to the man's statement, after he started feeling guilty, the man parked the woman's car in the 10 Box parking lot. Officers were able to locate the vehicle in the 10 Box parking lot and returned it to the woman.
Elderly woman reports weekend break-in
A 62-year-old woman told authorities on Sunday that someone had been breaking into her home and stealing her belongings over the past week.
According to an incident report, the woman called the Conway Police Department shortly before 3 p.m. and said "over the last week, someone has been coming into her home and stealing items from her, while she is both home and away."
According to her statement, the woman always keeps the doors at her Timberlane Trail residence locked. The responding officer also noted in his report that he did not see any signs of forced entry into the home.
Among items reportedly taken from the home included a phone, medical document and a photo of her ex-husband. The woman also told police she had suspects in mind regarding these thefts but did not provide the responding officer with any further details on their identities.
"[The woman] told me that she believes she has suspects in mind, but she cannot provide me with names," the responding officer wrote in his report. "She also believes that it could be the same people who are watching her with cameras, and who are watching her with the streetlights."
The woman also told the officer the suspects deleted messages from her answering machine and that they come into her home and move items about as she's home, noting other times she "hears people beating and knocking at her inside the walls."
According to the incident report, the responding officer logged the missing items as stolen and explained to the woman how she could provide authorities with any additional information.