Among reports recently released by the Conway Police Department:
1. Shoplifting at 1155 Skyline Drive (Walmart). Officers detained two suspects Thursday for attempting to shoplift items from the store. The first female suspect was detained for attempting to shoplift make-up and a pair of tights. The second female suspect attempted to leave the store with two pair of socks, a purse, make-up, a twist pin, a lighter and false eyelashes. Both suspects were transported to the Faulkner County Detention Center Unit II.
2. Criminal mischief at 256 Oak St. (Ed’s Bakery). The owner of the business reported that sometime between 5 p.m. Thursday and 4 a.m. Friday someone spray painted “3 Kings” on the store’s dumpster. The owner of the store said that the building has been vandalized on multiple occasions recently.
3. Theft of property at 620 Chestnut St. (Centennial Bank). Victim reported Friday that someone had stolen a food voucher check in the amount of $1,483.20 belonging to her daycare. The victim later discovered that the check had been cashed by a former employee. The suspect is also accused of stealing the wallet and using the ID of a current daycare employee.
4. Theft of property at 900 block of South German Lane. Victim reported that sometime between 2:30 and 3:40 p.m. Friday someone entered her vehicle and took her purse containing $200 cash, an antique coin purse and several medical cards. The victim said the passenger side door of the vehicle was left unlocked.
5. Theft of property at 1 block of Shady Lane Drive. Victim reported Saturday that a 6x9 speaker was stolen from his car.
6. Residential burglary at 2800 block of Longbow Lane. The person reporting stated that someone had broken into his friend’s residence. The person reporting said he was watching the home while the residents were out of town. He said he went to check on the residence and found the door jamb split in half. The person reporting said he believed four televisions were missing. He said he would have the residents contact CPD when they returned. Officers secured the home before leaving.
7. Criminal mischief at 400 block of South Davis Street. Multiple victims found scratches on their vehicles.
8. Theft of property at 2302 College Ave. (Conway Regional Medical Center). Victim reported Sunday that her purse was missing. It was later found in the bathroom by the emergency room. The victim said $1,600 was missing and her bank card had been moved from its usual place in her wallet.
9. Breaking or entering a vehicle at 1700 block of Ozark Drive. Victim reported that sometime between 7:30 p.m. Wednesday and 10 a.m. Thursday someone entered his vehicle and took his work computer. There were no signs of forced entry. The victim is unsure if the vehicle doors were locked.
10. Residential burglary at 3100 block of Virginia Street. Victim reported Thursday that two Toshiba laptops, two BB guns and a Playstation 2 were missing from her residence. The victim said the suspects probably entered through the back door, which has a broken lock. There were no signs of forced entry.
11. Shoplifting at 655 Elsinger Blvd. (TJ Maxx). Officers detained the suspect, who attempted to leave the store after concealing a pair of boots and Polo jeans. The suspect was transported to the Faulkner County Detention Center Unit II.
12. Breaking or entering a vehicle at 1360 Old Morrilton Hwy. (Hasting’s). A Faulkner County detention officer reported Thursday that his duty belt was missing from the seat of his truck. The officer said he took off his duty belt and uniform shirt before entering the store. He said there was not a gun on his gun belt. The belt had two pair of handcuffs, a radio, pepper spray, keys and a taser. The officer was unsure if the vehicle doors were locked.
13. Breaking or entering a vehicle at 3100 block of Irby Drive. Victim reported Thursday that a Phillips MP3 player, an iPhone cord and pepper spray were stolen from her vehicle. The victim said she locked the vehicle doors. No signs of forced entry were found.
14. Indecent exposure at 1305 Dave Ward Drive (Dollar General). Victim reported Thursday that she noticed a white male masturbating with his penis out of his pajamas in the store. When an employee attempted to make contact with the suspect, he left the store. Officers were able to track down the suspect using his license plate number. The suspect told officers that he noticed his penis was out of his pajamas and was attempting to cover it up when the victim walked by. He said he left the store because he was scared.
15. Breaking or entering a vehicle at 1800 block of Mill Street. Victim reported Wednesday that she found her vehicle’s interior light on and the driver’s side door partially open. The victim said a black male was walking away from the vehicle carrying a black bag. Officers made contact with the suspect who denied any involvement and said he was walking to his sister’s house. The black bag, containing cosmetic samples, was found nearby. Officers charged the suspect with breaking and/or entering a vehicle and theft of property.
16. Theft of property at 600 block of Ledgelawn Drive. An employee of Fleming Electric reported Wednesday that sometime between 6 p.m. Monday and 5:30 a.m. Tuesday someone stole 100 feet of copper wiring from the construction site.
(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.)