Among the incidents recently reported by the Conway Police Department:

• Forgery at 1023 Main St.

A Russellville business reported Monday that, as the company was reconciling its books, an employee found three checks that were altered and cashed at Regions Bank in Conway. The three forged checks totaled $8,658.83.

• Criminal mischief at the 600 block of Robins Street

A homeowner reported someone had broken into his rental property and damaged it, leaving big holes in the carpet in every room and in the vinyl flooring. The back door had been kicked in, and the kitchen faucet had been stolen. Damage was estimated at $2,200.

• Residential burglary at the 500 block of Second Avenue.

A resident reported someone broke into the home by breaking a bedroom window. The suspect stole about 30 video games, a video game console, a smart phone and a tablet computer. Total value was $2,350.

• Theft on Middle Road

A Conway man reported someone stole his boat with its trailer and motor from his residence on Middle Road. He reported the trailer had a ball lock on it, but the suspect apparently cut it off. Total value was $8,000.

• Breaking or entering on Pyramid Drive

A resident reported someone entered his unlocked 2008 Ford Escape during the night and stole two CDs and a $400 pair of prescription sunglasses.