Among reports released from the Conway Police Department:

 

1. Burglary of a residence, 10 Block of Briarwood Circle. After noticing several small items missing from his home, the victim called police to report the incident. He stated that within the last two weeks of having his home listed for sale with a real estate agency, several items have been stolen. Items include two pairs of Hydraulic jeans, four Mexican shot glasses, a pair of flat shoes, a silver necklace and a Bissell vacuum cleaner. The victim stated that he has come home on two occasions and found the front door had been left unlocked. 

2. Motor vehicle theft/theft of property, 950 Block of South German Lane. The victim called police when he discovered his vehicle was missing. The truck, a 1984 Chevrolet Silverado pick up truck had been left in the parking lot of the victim’s apartment complex. The victim stated he could not lock the truck and open it from outside of the vehicle, so it had been left unlocked at the time it was stolen. 

3. Burglary of a residence,  1300 Block of Torreyson Street. The manager of a property complex notified police when he discovered several air conditioning units had been removed from homes in the complex. He suspects a former property manager of taking the units as well as stripping the copper wiring off of several others. 

4. Driving while intoxicated, 1900 Block of Hillman Street. Officers stopped a vehicle after observing two female occupants sitting in the vehicle outside the home for several minutes before driving into an apartment complex and driving off again when officers drove by. After stopping the vehicle and smelling intoxicants, the driver was asked to perform a sobriety test, which she failed. The driver was transported to the Faulkner County Detention Center for processing.

5. Shoplifting, Kohl’s Department Store, 801 Elsinger Street. An employee from the store called police after watching a male suspect take some earrings and exit the store. When the employee confronted the suspect he denied having the items but then returned the items to the employee. When she asked the suspect to come in the store while she called the police, he stated he would, then ran from her. The employee was able to get the suspect’s license plate number and is giving police a video of the theft to help aid in the investigation.

6. Possession of a controlled substance, US Highway 64. During a routine traffic stop, officers found approximately four grams of marijuana inside a cigarette pack on the floor board of the vehicle. The driver, after asking police to expedite the ticket writing process because he needed to get to work, gave permission to search the vehicle. The passenger, identified as the wife of the driver, claimed possession of the drugs and was transported to the Faulkner County Detention Center for processing.

7. Breaking or entering of a vehicle, 500 block of Mitchell Street. Police were called after the victim was contacted by her bank regarding some charges on her debit card. When the victim went to her card to look for her purse, she discovered it missing along with her laptop. Fraudulent charges on the debit card include purchases at McDonald’s, Walgreens and Walmart as well as a Red Box movie rental.

8. Battery, Walgreens, 850 East Oak St. Officers were called to the scene when the victim was hit in the head as she exited her vehicle. She stated she did not know anyone that would have attacked her. Officers asked to see video surveillance from the store, however, no part of the incident was recorded by the security cameras. The victim refused to be transported to the hospital for her injuries.

{Candie Beck is a staff writer and can be reached at 501-505-1238 or candie.beck@thecabin.net.}