Among reports recently released by the Conway Police Department:
• Officers were dispatched to the Conway Town Centre around 9:30 a.m. Tuesday after callers reported a nude male near Cell Phone Central. The owner of the store told police he was outside checking the business’ mailbox, located north of the alley between Emerge and Cinemark, when a "completely naked" man appeared. The suspect was described as a white male of thin build with tattoos on his chest. He appeared to be in his 20s. The man reportedly ran down the alley toward the rear of Cinemark. Police searched a wooded area behind the mall, including the rodeo arena, but did not locate the suspect.
• Police made contact with a woman at Faulkner County jail Tuesday who was "obviously upset" and claimed to have been assaulted by a black male on South Davis Street. The woman refused to tell police her name, yelling instead that the officer "needed to go arrest that guy." When the officer explained that he needed to first take a report to help her, the woman reportedly said, "That’s not how they do it on 48 Hours." The officer told the woman that since she did not have any injuries, he needed her to give him some details and he would attempt to locate the subject for his side of the story. The officer began to explain the warrants process, but the woman became even more upset an d asked to speak to his supervisor. The woman was allowed to speak to the officer’s supervisor, and upon conclusion, gathered the name of the reporting officer and the names of two other jailers, reportedly saying that she was going to call Obama, the mayor and "Judge Woods" to have all of them sued. She was last seen walking towards College Station Park. A short time later, the officer was dispatched to a disturbance in the 100 block of Davis Street after a woman was reported running down the road with no clothes on. When the officer arrived at the scene, he saw the same black female standing in the middle of the road yelling at another black female, though both were wearing clothes. The woman was reportedly still yelling about having been beaten up, so the officer attempted to explain the process to the woman again, though she continued yelling and interrupting. The other party at the scene said she was an aunt to the woman and "wanted nothing do do with her," as she was "completely out of control." The woman reportedly continued taunting her aunt, telling her to come closer. The aunt then walked to her vehicle, turned towards the woman and said, "I would love to beat your a**," before getting in to the vehicle and leaving the scene. As the aunt was leaving, the woman began yelling that the officer should "go arrest her," because she was threatened. The woman then began yelling towards other neighbor’s yards, saying, "There is drugs in that house right there. Do something about it!" The officer explained he could not bust down a door because she was making an accusation. At that point, the officer said the woman was talking and yelling "so fast ... the inside of her mouth began to display a white, foamy appearance." She accused a male pedestrian of possessing drugs, calling him "a n*****." Neighbors told police they had never before seen the woman. She was placed under arrest for disorderly conduct and was transported to jail.
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