Among reports recently released by the Conway Police Department:
1. Criminal mischief at 1300 block of McNutt Road. Victim reported that sometime between 1 and 2:15 a.m. Friday someone vandalized her vehicle. The victim stated that the suspect threw several bricks and a mixture of dirt, eggs, tuna and cereal onto the hood, front windshield and roof of her car. The victim believes she knows the suspect.
2. Theft of property at 2100 block of Tyler Street. Victim reported Tuesday that someone stole a gargoyle statue off her front porch.
3. Criminal mischief at 300 block of South Mitchell Street. Victim reported that his vehicle had been vandalized sometime between 10 p.m. Saturday at 1:50 p.m. Sunday. The victim stated that someone keyed one of his vehicles and wrote obscene language on another. The victim believes he knows the suspect.
4. Terroristic threatening at 355 Ledgelawn Drive. (Hewlett-Packard). An employee of the company reported Tuesday that a customer had threatened a member of technical support. The employee stated that the technical support member was assisting the customer with a computer issue over the phone. The employee stated that the customer said she was not happy with the outcome and that "she was going to bomb HP."
5. Fraudulent use of a credit card at 2600 block of South Prince Street. Victim reported Tuesday that several unauthorized transactions had been made using his debit card number. The charges were made at six different Walgreen’s stores in Memphis and totaled $1,650.
6. Breaking or entering at 700 block of Third Avenue. Victim reported Tuesday that someone had broken into his vehicle. The victim stated that sometime between 4 and 5 p.m. someone broke the driver’s side window and took his iPod from the center console.
7. Fraudulent use of a credit card at 600 block of Chestnut Street. Victim reported Tuesday that four unauthorized charges had been made using his debit card. All of the charges were made in Malaysia and totaled $1,031.18.
(Those with information pertaining to these reports or any unsolved crime are urged to contact CPD’s tip line at 450-6135. Staff writer Stephanie Fischer can be reached at 505-1238.)