Among reports recently released by the Conway Police Department:

1. Battery - third degree, St. Andrew’s Place Nursing Home, 3501 College Ave. Officers were dispatched to the nursing facility when a patient suffering from dementia punched another patient in the face. The manager of the facility advised that the suspect had become disoriented and wandered from his room in search of a bathroom. The suspect entered the victim’s room and used the bathroom there. When he came out of the bathroom, the victim asked if he could help the suspect and the suspect walked over and punched him in the face. The manager advised that neither of the men had visible injuries and the suspect had no memory of the event. An incident report was filed.

2. Terroristic threatening, 2300 block of College Ave. Officers were contacted by a woman who advised that she and a friend had taken her child to the hospital, another woman arrived and began threatening her friend. The woman advised that the suspect threatened to beat her friend up and then advised the victim that she would beat her up as well and stated "I ain’t messed up about it either." The woman advised that she told hospital security about the incident and the suspect left the scene. The woman advised that she believed the conflict with the suspect was because the suspect was friends with the woman who used to have custody of her child. After speaking with the victim, the suspect called to give her side of the story. She advised that she had been at the hospital before the victim and her friend but had approached them to ask about her dog. The suspect advised that she believes the victim and her friend took her dog. An incident report was filed.

3. Domestic battering - third degree, Fox Run Apartments, 300 S. Donaghey Ave. Officers arrived on the scene in reference to a domestic disturbance. They had been advised that a man was running from the apartment complex. When they arrived they saw the man standing in the parking lot. When they approached him they observed that his speech was slurred, he was unsteady on his feet and had a golf ball sized knot above his right eye. He advised that his girlfriend had hit him. The man was placed into the patrol car in handcuffs. The officers then made contact with the woman who had a swollen, red area on her face that she advised was a result of her boyfriend hitting her. She advised that she had hit her boyfriend in the face. She was also placed into custody. Both suspects refused medical treatment and were transported to the Faulkner County Detention Center. Prior to being taken inside the jail, the man advised that he would like to see a doctor. MEMS was called to treat him. When they arrived the man began yelling and threw himself to the ground where he rolled around in the dirt. Officers noted that the man wouldn’t talk to the emergency personnel, except to say "ya’ll don’t care". He was cited for domestic battery in the third degree, disorderly conduct and public intoxication. His girlfriend was cited for domestic battery in the third degree.