From Conway Police Department reports
LR man arrested after allegedly attempting to break into vehicles at gas station
A 27-year-old Little Rock man was cited with public intox and possession of a controlled substance after allegedly trying to break into vehicles at the J-Square Exxon early Saturday morning.
According to an incident report, authorities were called out at 2:30 a.m. Saturday regarding "a vehicle breaking or entering in progress" at the J-Square Exxon on Saturday.
A woman who said the suspect, later identified as Albert Eugene Morris, tried to open her car doors as she was sitting in her vehicle pointed officers in the direction the suspect left the area in, noting he started walking off toward Kimberly Clark.
"[The woman] advised she was sitting in her vehicle when a black male wearing a gray hoodie attempted to enter her vehicle twice," according to the incident report. "She yelled at the male to go on and he left walking towards the back of the business."
According to her statement, the man was wearing a gray hoodie with black pants and black shoes.
The suspect was found walking east along Dave Ward Drive
"I pulled my patrol vehicle in front of the male and turned on my blue lights," the officer wrote in his report. "I advised the male to place his hands on top of my patrol unity and detained him for investigative purposes."
Morris told the officer he was looking for his vehicle and was headed to his girlfriend's house, which was "up the road." According to the officer's report, Morris was uncooperative and did not fully answer questions the officer asked of him.
"I asked what he was doing attempting to get into vehicles and he stated he was just trying to get into his vehicle," the incident report reads in part. "I asked where he was going and he waited a second and said to his girlfriend's. I asked where that was and he waited another second and stated up the road. I asked Morris where he lived and he stated Izzard and that was it. He was unable to provide anything else."
In his report, the officer also noted Morris' pants "were almost all the way down to his knees" and that his eyes were bloodshot. The officer also said Morris "was very slow in his movements and answers." While searching Morris, the officer found a bag of suspected marijuana in one of his pockets.
According to the incident report, Morris was ultimately charged with public intoxication and possession of a controlled substance before being taken to the county jail.
Conway police were called out to an Arkansas Avenue residence after a woman reported being punched in the stomach.
According to an incident report, Conway police were called out minutes before midnight Saturday to a residence in the 2000 block of Arkansas Avenue. The complainant told authorities she was at the residence with her cousin and that she tried to provide her cousin with medical help after her cousin passed out. As she attempted to provide her cousin with medical help, a 21-year-old man at the residence allegedly punched her in the stomach.
According to the alleged suspect's statement, his mother had passed out and he was trying to give her medical aid when the complainant pushed him out of the way, noting his mother and the complainant were intoxicated.
The man told police he pushed the complainant out of his way "so he could continue to [provide] medical treatment to his mother until MEMS and [the fire department] arrived on scene."
The complainant told the responding officer she wanted the incident documented. The officer told the woman a report would be written and how she could obtain it.