Among reports recently released by the Conway Police Department:

•Residential burglary, Donaghey Avenue.

A Texas man says a home he owns in Conway was recently burglarized.

The 37-year-old victim told police he was notified of the burglary, at the residence in the 800 block of Donaghey Avenue, by his renter.

While in Texas, the home owner spoke with police by phone Tuesday afternoon, and described to officers where certain items should be located, the police report states. Officers discovered several items to be missing, and informed the owner he would need to return to Conway in order to complete a list of all missing items.

Police said the home was in "major disarray" and believed it had been several days since the home was burglarized. Officers were unable to obtain fingerprints from the scene.

•Theft of motor fuel, Skyline Drive.

A Citgo Flash Market employee says approximately 7.5 gallons of gas, totaling $21.37, was stolen Tuesday afternoon.

Police responded to the gas station, located in the 1000 block of Skyline Drive, around 3:10 p.m.

A clerk told police a black male, approximately 6-foot tall, drove off without paying for the gasoline.

The clerk said she believed the suspect’s car was a white, late 1990s or early 2000s model Buick or Ford Crown Victoria.

Police said the clerk was unable to obtain a license plate number.

•Fraudulent use of a credit card, Various locations.

Two Faulkner County residents recently filed reports with the Conway Police Department concerning fraudulent charges to their bank accounts.

One Conway woman told police she was contacted by her bank, notifying her of more than $800 in fraudulent charges.

The 76-year-old victim said she rarely uses the card, and last time she did was for a purchase at Big Lots. The victim said an employee took the card, and left the area at one point of the transaction, which led her to believe the employee likely took her card number at that time, police said.

No suspect information was listed in the incident report.

One Vilonia woman told police she recently noticed eight charges, from various parts of the country, on her bank account. The charges, totaling $252.95, were made in Florida, Illinois and Arkansas.

•Theft of services, College Avenue.

Police arrested a Conway man early Tuesday morning after he was unable to pay his cab fare.

Police responded to the Conway Regional Medical Center in the 2300 block of College Avenue around 2:06 a.m. after receiving reports of theft of services.

The cab driver, of Conway Taxi, told police he picked up his passenger, 21, at Westhaven Moblie Home Park, and was asked to take him to Oakwood Village Trailer Park. Along the way, the cab driver said the man asked to go to the hospital.

Upon arrival, the cab driver said his passenger was only able to located $2.

Police spoke with the passenger who said he was in possession of a $100 bill, but was unable to locate it. Officers conducted a search of the man, and were unable to find any additional money. Upon completion of the search, the man was taken into custody for theft of services and transported to the Faulkner County jail.

•Shoplifting, East Oak Street.

Hobby Lobby says approximately $500 of merchandise was stolen from the store, located in the 100 block of East Oak Street, last Wednesday.

The store’s office manager told police Tuesday that video surveillance showed a "short, heavy set woman," believed to be in her 40s, "stuffing items in her bag," the police report states.

The office manager said the customer was in the store for around one hour. The alleged suspect was not identified, but described as a white female, approximately 5-foot-4 with long brown hair.

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