Among reports recently released by the Conway Police Department:
•Theft of services, Fifth Avenue.
Conway Yellow Cab says a a man was unable to pay his cab fare after receiving a ride home from the bar Wednesday night.
The cab driver told police he picked up the 23-year-old Conway man at Kings and took him to his residence in the 600 block of Fifth Avenue. Upon arrival, the man told the cab driver Kings was paying for his fare. The cab driver checked with the bar and was informed it would not be paying the man’s $32 fare.
The cab driver then took the man’s driver’s license information, advised him he would be calling the police and let the man leave.
No arrests were mentioned in the police report.
•Vehicle breaking or entering, Club Lane.
A Conway woman says her Mercedes-Benz was recently entered and smoked in.
The 26-year-old woman, whose name bears a striking resemblance to the German automobile manufacturer, said her 2008 Mercedes-Benz C30 had a "very pungent aroma" of "stale smoke" when she opened the vehicle Wednesday morning.
Officers arrived on scene in the 100 block of Club Lane around 8:19 a.m.
The woman said the vehicle was currently "inoperable" and could not be locked because of a malfunction with the computer system. Police said the woman found a powdery substance she thought could have been drugs, but upon a closer inspection was determined to be from a stick of deodorant left in the vehicle.
The woman suspected her brother was responsible for entering her vehicle, but "had nothing more than a suspicion," the police report states.
Police advised the woman to contact officers if she had any other problems.
•Shoplifting, Dave Ward Drive.
Police arrested a Conway woman Tuesday night for shoplifting from a Walmart on Dave Ward Drive Conway.
Officers arrived on scene in the 3900 block of Dave Ward Drive around 10:20 p.m. Walmart employees said the woman, 21, was seen concealing a package of printer ink in a bag and attempting to leave.
Police took the woman into custody and transported her to the Faulkner County jail where she was held on a theft of property charge.
•Shoplifting, Elsinger Boulevard.
Conway police are investigating an attempted shoplifting Tuesday evening at a Kohl’s in Conway.
Officers arrived on scene around 6:45 p.m.
Store employees told police an hispanic female attempted to steal $364 worth of merchandise. Employees witnessed the woman conceal various items and made contact with her before she left the store.
The woman dropped a diaper bag full of items and fled the scene in a black Honda Accord, license plate number 475 TLX.
All items were recovered, police said. No suspects have been identified at this time.
•Vehicle breaking or entering, Museum Road.
Police are investigating the recent break-in of a Conway Optimist Club trailer.
A Conway parks and recreation employee told police it was broken into sometime between Feb. 6 and 10:55 a.m. Tuesday.
Officers arrived on scene in the 1700 block of Museum Road around 11:34 a.m.
The employee said it did not appear anything was stolen from the trailer, which held football equipment for the optimist club’s football league. The damaged padlock was valued at $20 in the police report.
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