Among reports recently released by the Conway Police Department:
1. Fleeing in a vehicle at 1300 block of Torreyson Street. Officers attempted to initiate a traffic stop Thursday after a scooter did not stop at a stop sign at the intersection of Oliver Street and Garvin Street. The driver of the scooter refused to stop and led officers through a trailer park on Torreyson. The scooter was traveling at 35 mph. The driver, wearing no shirt, tan shorts and leather boots, dismounted the scooter and ran through nearby woods. Officers found the suspect in the playground area of a daycare on Robins Street. The suspect said he ran because he was out on bond for an arrest in May. The suspect was arrested and transported to the Faulkner County Detention Center.
2. Criminal mischief at 1005 S. German Lane (Carriage Courts). Victim reported Sunday that the property had been vandalized. The victim stated that a closing device on the gate had been broken. The victim also said she cleaned up several beer cans scattered across the property and cleaned human feces out of the pool.
3. Breaking or entering at 1700 block of S. Salem Road. Victim reported that sometime between 6 a.m. Wednesday and 7:30 p.m. Thursday someone had broken into his vehicle. The victim stated that a Kenwood stereo/CD player and a set of 12-inch P1 Rockford Fosgate speakers were missing.
4. Commercial burglary at 1425 E. Oak St. (Wet Willy’s). The manager of the business reported Friday that the building had been broken into. The victim stated that the suspects possibly entered the storage area through the roof. Taken from the business were a Compaq computer, a Honda air compressor, a 27-inch Sanyo television, a Little Wonder leaf blower and a Honda pressure washer.
5. Commercial burglary at 1156 Front St. (Something’s Brewing). The owner of the business reported Saturday that a window was broken and the inside of the building had been gone through. The only thing missing from the business was $200 in change. The owner believed a former employee may be the suspect.
6. Breaking or entering at 1200 block of Harrison Street. Victim reported Saturday that someone entered his vehicle and stole his wallet. The victim stated that the driver’s side window is faulty and could easily be pushed down. The victim said he had left his wallet in the console of the vehicle.
(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.)