Among reports recently released by the Conway Police Department:
1. Possession of a controlled substance and shoplifting at 801 Elsinger Blvd., Kohl’s. Officers responded to a report of two subjects, male and female, who may have been shoplifting. According to the report, officers made contact with the suspects, who consented to search. The male subject was arrested for misdemeanor possession of marijuana, and the female was released. The subjects’ vehicle contained Kohl’s merchandise but the loss prevention officer did not wish to press charges at that time. According to the report, the loss prevention officer stated that she later reviewed security footage that proved that the female suspect shoplifted some items. She was advised to seek warrants for the subject’s arrest.
2. Theft of property from a motor vehicle at 1400 block of Robins Street. The victim stated that someone stole the license plate year tab off of his license plate.
3. Theft of property at 400 S. Amity Road, I-40 Storage. The victim stated that he is a renter at the storage site that was broken into recently, and several Christmas presents that he had stored there, including a red electric scooter, a Sony PlayStation, a laptop and several games, were stolen.
4. Unattended death at 700 block of Center Street. Officers were dispatched to the victim’s home after a friend of the victim went to his residence to check on him and found him deceased.
5. Fraudulent use of a credit card. The victim stated that someone used her Metropolitan Bank debit card number for two online transactions. The first was to Bestselershop.com for $229.10, and the second was to Motosprint for $397.67.
6. Theft of motor fuel at 1030 Skyline Drive, Flash Market Citgo. A business employee stated that someone pumped $38 in gas from a unit and left without paying.
7. Breaking or entering at Bay Berry Road. Officers responded to a report of three subjects attempting to break into cars. According to the report, officers located three juveniles and took them into custody. The working juvenile intake officer advised the officer to cite and release the subjects to parents.
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