Among reports recently released by the Conway Police Department:
1. Residential burglary at 1300 block of Joyner Drive. The victim stated that someone gained entry to his residence by kicking his back door in. A maroon Gateway laptop, a black Fossil watch, headphones, four Xbox games, two Xbox controllers, a Macbook Pro, an Xbox Slim, a change jar and an Xbox game were stolen. All items were valued at $4,154.
2. Shoplifting at 3900 Dave Ward Drive, Walmart. Loss prevention officers stated that two females were believed to be shoplifting items. One female left her purse behind with merchandise. The other female left the store with items, believed to be baby clothes.
3. Fraud or deceit to procure narcotic drugs at 850 Oak St., Walgreens. Pharmacy employees suspected that a prescription refill request may have been forged. Employees did not fill the prescription and the female suspect fled after she was advised that they believed that it was fake. Her information was obtained in the process, and she was apprehended by police officers a short while later.
4. Shoplifting at 380 Harkrider St., Price Cutter. An employee of the business said that he saw a juvenile suspect pick up four packs of Trident gum and a bag of "gummi worms" and put them in his coat pocket. The suspect was stopped at the front doors and the items were recovered. He was released to his father’s custody.
5. Commercial burglary at 2850 Prince St., We’ve Got Spirit. The business owner said that while her business was closed, someone entered the back door, which was unintentionally left unlocked, and stole her laptop, damaged merchandise and took miscellaneous items.
6. Shoplifting at 1305 Dave Ward Drive, Dollar General. The business’ manager stated that she saw a male run out of the front of the store with several items. She advised that he ran in the direction of the entrance to Germantown apartments. The suspect took underwear, popcorn, a knit hat and a bottle of Sprite.
7. Indecent exposure at 815 Hogan Lane, Quality Cleaners. An employee of the business said that she saw a man standing outside of the sliding door of the business, and thinking it was a customer, she went to the door to see if she could assist him. According to the report, the suspect was exposing himself to her.
8. Theft of property at 2000 block of Caldwell Street. The victim stated that she was expecting a refund check from Counseling Associates and when it didn’t come in, she called Counseling Associates and was told that the check had been mailed and cashed.
9. Residential burglary at 300 block of South Donaghey. The victim stated that while he was at school, someone gained entry to his apartment and stole his loose change and his laptop.
10. Fraudulent use of a credit card. The victim stated that a charge to Lenovo Group in North Carolina in the amount of $1,433 showed up on his bill. He did not authorize the transaction. The business gave him the Conway mailing address, 314 Elizabeth Place Apt. 7, used to buy a laptop with his account.
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