Among reports recently released by the Conway Police Department:

Theft of property, Reedy Road.

A Conway woman says her son’s bicycle was recently stolen from her residence in the 700 block of Reedy Road.

The 27-year-old mother told police the bike was located beside her front door around 7 a.m. Wednesday, but was missing when she arrived home around 4 p.m.

The mother says the bike was yellow with the words "Major Damage" written on it. The bike was valued at $75 in the police report.

•Forgery, Donaghey Avenue.

Dollar General employees say a woman passed a counterfeit $100 bill at the store, located in the 2500 block of Donaghey Avenune, Tuesday morning.

Employees say the woman returned the next day, and attempted to pass another $100 bill, but was informed the bill was counterfeit, at which point she left the store.

No identify was given for the woman, although she was described as a white female, medium build with long hair and blue eyes.

•Fraud, Longbow Lane.

Conway police say a 90-year-old man was recently conned out of $3,000 after he was contacted by a company, which indicated he was the winner of more than $300,000.

The elderly Conway man told police he was asked to send $3,000 for insurance on the prize, which he promptly sent in three separate money orders.

The man said he had also been recently contacted by someone claiming to be with the IRS, who stated he owed $800 in taxes. The elderly man said he sent a check, but called Wednesday to have it cancelled.

Police said phone numbers related to the incident were (917) 338-1421, and (202) 470-1421.

•First-degree criminal mischief, Bowie Street.

A Conway woman says she recently witnessed a person break out the rear window of her neighbor’s vehicle.

The woman told police she observed the person run to the vehicle, break out the window and run away. Police spoke to the victim, who was unable to provide any further information on a possible suspect.

•Public intoxication, Interstate 40.

A 53-year-old Conway man was arrested Tuesday night for public intoxication after police say an officer nearly hit the man when he ran into the roadway.

Police responded to the area around 11:59 p.m. after receiving reports of an intoxicated person on the interstate.

"I was traveling westbound, passing the 125 on-ramp when a male jumped out into the roadway from the shadowed roadside," the responding officer noted in the incident report. "I slammed on the brakes to avoid hitting the male."

The officer stated he heard the man say "well s***" after bringing his vehicle to a stop.

Police noted the male’s unsteadiness and strong odor of alcohol upon making contact with the individual. When asked what he was doing, the male stated he was going to California.

After being taken into custody, police say the man became "very agitated" and cursed at police for "bothering him." While searching the male’s belongings, police say the man told a dog that was with him to bite the officer.

"At which time the dog began to growl and bite toward me," an officer noted.

Animal welfare was called to take the dog to a shelter since the male was being arrested, police said. While en route to the Faulkner County jail, police said the man continued to yell and curse.

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