Among reports recently released by the Faulkner County Sheriff’s Department:

1. Stolen property offenses, 300 block of Clinton Mountain Road, Enola. Deputies made contact with a woman who stated that while she was at a bible study, someone stole more than $900 and her debit card from her purse. The woman stated that she does not know who stole the items but she believes that there were more things taken from her purse. The woman was advised to contact the department if she discovers anything else missing from her purse. An incident report was filed.

2. Burglary, Cato Fire Department, 703 Highway 89 North, Mayflower. Deputies made contact with the fire chief who stated that someone had gained access to the fire house and caused damage to the fire trucks and the fire extinguishers. The suspect also caused damaged to all three bay doors to the department, so they can’t be opened. An air conditioning window unit was also stolen from the building. The suspects also slashed 12 tires on the three fire trucks. Extra patrol was requested for the area and an incident report was filed.

3. Trespass of property, 200 block of Highway 287, Greenbrier. Deputies made contact with a man who stated that he found his step-daughter’s boyfriend asleep in his step-daughter’s bed. The man stated that the suspect is allowed at his home during the day but is not allowed to spend the night. The suspect has been told in the past that he is not allowed to sneak into his girlfriend’s home. The suspect stated that he did not have a place to stay. He was cited with criminal trespass.

4. Intimidation, 100 block of Shenandoah Street, Conway. Deputies spoke with a woman who stated that her boyfriend’s mother was threatening to beat her up. The victim stated that the suspect came to her home yelling and causing a scene but she would not let the woman inside her home. The victim stated that the suspect also told her that she was going to beat her up at work and she didn’t care if she went to jail because she had the money to post her bail. The victim’s employers were made aware of the situation and agreed to extra security for the victim. An incident report was filed and the victim was given information on how to obtain an order of protection.

5. Fraud, credit card, Butch Crain Construction, 10A Ozark Drive, Damascus. An employee with the business contacted deputies to report that a former employee had not turned in a company credit card before he left their company. There have been several charges on the card since that time in the amount of $477.44. All of the transactions were made in Faulkner County. An incident report was filed.

6. Intimidation, 40 block of Velvet Ridge, Mayflower. A woman contacted a deputy to report that her brother is threatening to burn her house down and kill her. The woman stated that her brother takes drugs and when he does, he has tendencies for violent outbursts. The woman stated that her brother left her eight messages the day before and she had saved two of them where he threatened to burn her and she is concerned for her safety and her family’s safety.

7. All other offenses, 10 block of Junior Road, Mount Vernon. Deputies responded to the area in reference to shots being fired. They made contact with a woman who stated that she had shot at two pit bulldogs with bird shot when she discovered them inside her pasture "trying to eat" her miniature ponies. The woman stated that the dogs have been roaming the neighborhood for awhile and that she does knot know who they belong to. No further action was taken.

8. Vandalism of property, 10 block of West Cadron Ridge Road, Greenbrier. Deputies made contact with a woman who stated that someone had taken solar lights from her residence and threw them all over her yard and in the roadway. The woman stated that this is the third time in the last two months this has happened. Extra patrol was requested for the area and an incident report was filed.

9. Burglary, 20 block of Pruett Cutoff, Vilonia. Deputies made contact with a woman who stated that her home had been broken into. The woman stated that she suspects her ex-boyfriend of the crime because the items taken were personal in nature and her ex-boyfriend would have been the only one who would take them. The missing items include several rings valued at $500, perfume valued at $75 and several items of lingerie, valued at $100. Extra patrol was requested for her area and an incident report was filed.

10. All other offenses, Country Store gas station, 354 Highway 64 East, Conway. A man called to report that he had stopped to get gas at the business and drove off leaving his wallet on the hood of his vehicle. The man stated that he is an employee of Saline County and had a key to the court house in his wallet as well as $50. An incident report was filed.

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