Among the incidents recently reported by the Conway Police Department:

• Aggravated robbery at 375 East Oak St.

An employee at Valero reported that a man entered the business, pointed a black handgun at him and demanded the money from the register. The employee told the suspect there was less than $100 in the register, at which point the man lowered the gun. The employee then punched him in the jaw, and the gunman ran away.

• Criminal trespass at 724 Oak St.

A Conway woman reported that she was parked in the Taziki’s parking lot when a man opened the door to her vehicle and asked her if she had any headphones. He continued moving toward her until she got out of the vehicle and screamed at him to get out. The man then got in his vehicle and drove away. Using the license plate number the woman provided, police later made contact with the man and asked him why he did that. He told police he did it because he needed some headphones.

• Criminal mischief at 205 East Oak St.

A Little Rock man and woman reported that someone shot at their vehicle while they were placing their order in the drive-through at Taco Bell. Upon inspection of the damage, a police officer determined someone threw a rock at the vehicle. After seeing the rock matched the sediment imbedded in the windshield, the victims agreed it must have been a rock. Damage was estimated at $400.

• Commercial burglary at 924 Front St.

Police responded to Baker Drug Store after a jogger reported that the window was broken out. Officers told the owner to make a list of everything taken in the burglary. Damage to the window was $1,000.

• Residential burglary on South Boulevard

A Conway man reported that someone entered his residence and stole two guitars. Total value was $800.

• Motor vehicle theft on Monroe Street

A Conway man reported that someone stole his Hyosung motorcycle during the night. It was valued at $1,500.