Among reports recently released by the Faulkner County Sheriff’s Office:
1. Counterfeiting at 284 Highway 365, Conway (Lim’s Country Store). The owner of the store reported July 4 that a female suspect attempted to pay with a possibly counterfeit $20 bill. The owner stated that she would not accept the bill as payment and would turn it over to police. The suspect denied any knowledge of its authenticity and paid for her items using different bills. The owner stated that the suspect said she was a dancer at Visions nightclub and may have been given the bill there.
2. Vandalism of property at 40 block of Stone Mountain Drive, Conway. Victim reported that sometime between July 7-9, someone knocked over her mailbox and painted it black. A swastika was also painted on the roadway. The victim stated that her mailbox had previously been knocked over.
3. Larceny at 200 block of Clinton Road, Conway. Victim reported July 9 that someone had stripped the electrical wiring from a residential construction site. The wiring plus labor was valued at $3,500.
4. Trespassing at 80 block of Foothills, Conway. Victim reported July 10 that he witnessed a black male trying to open his daughter’s window. The victim stated that the suspect may be the father of his daughter’s child. The victim said that he yelled at the suspect to "get off his property." When the suspect refused to leave, the victim stated that he fired a shot in the air. The suspect then left the area.
5. Burglary at 81 block of Kings Highway, Conway. A realty agency reported July 10 that a foreclosed residence had been vandalized and several items were missing from inside. The realtor at the scene stated that entry had been gained through a door causing damage to the frame and holes had been put in the walls, possibly to search for copper. Missing from the residence were several fans and light fixtures, a sink, freezer, air conditioning unit, furnace, boxes of floor tile and paint.
6. Motor vehicle theft at 400 block of Bass Road, Vilonia. Victim reported July 7 that his Harley-Davidson motorcycle was missing from his residence. The victim stated that he believes an ex-girlfriend may have taken the vehicle.
(Those with information pertaining to these reports or any unsolved crime are urged to contact FCSO at 450-4914. Staff writer Stephanie Fischer can be reached at 505-1238.)